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City-Run Farmers Markets: Local Government Initiatives to Address "Three E's" of Sustainability
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Master of Science (MS)
Department of Politics and Government: Political Science
The academic study of city-run farmers markets is limited; this research examines a specific municipal initiative to explore if and how local efforts contribute to larger sustainability goals, and if and how the motivations behind city-run farmers markets align with attempts to advance environmental protection, economic development, and social equity.
Spoden, Katie Lyn, "City-Run Farmers Markets: Local Government Initiatives to Address "Three E's" of Sustainability" (2019). Theses and Dissertations. 1140.
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