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Houston East End Students Leverage Environmental Education to Transform an Urban Food Desert into a Food Forest

This case study highlights a 2013 NUCFAC-recommended USDA Forest Service grant, Greenschools!: Model for Green Communities

Partners:
American Forest Foundation- Project Learning Tree, Arbor Day Foundation- Nature Explore, Dimensions Educational Research Foundation, Friends of the National Forests and Grasslands in Texas- Latino Legacy, Fruit Tree Planting Foundation, Texas A&M Forest Service –Diversity and Community Outreach Team, Chikawa Aztec Cultural Group, Tree Campus USA, AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps

Authors
K. McGlauflin
Date Published
June 2017
Publisher
Southern Regional Extension Forestry
Athens, Georgia (US)
Publication Number
SREF-UF-007
Resource Format
Pamphlet/Flyer/Factsheet
Sub-Topics
Education Programs (Public), Environmental Justice
State(s)/Region(s)
National
Keywords
Environmental education, NUCFAC, SREF, Environmental justice
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