Gentrified gardens | research highlight in Nature Plants

New article exploring the links between urban agriculture and potential gentrification led by Jason Hawes has been featured as a research highlight in Nature Plants.


The authors studied urban gardens in Detroit, Michigan, to answer whether gentrification is linked to the creation of home and community gardens and to find quantitative evidence for where these gardens are, or for the characteristics of the people living in those neighborhoods.


Read the article by Ryan Scarrow in Nature Plants.
Read the full paper in Landscape and Urban Planning .