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Food Urbanism - A Sustainable Design Option for Urban Communities

Food Urbanism - A Sustainable Design Option for Urban Communities

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FOOD URBANISM
a sustainable design option for urban communities
 
food urbanism
 page 2
The goal of this project was to research urban food systems and design based on the theory
 Food Urbanism; how food relates to the organization of a city and how it becomes infrastructurethat transforms the urban experience
. Productive landscapes as tools to sustainable growth haveonly recently been written about in the U.S. and Canada. Continuous productive landscapes have the potential to become a tool and or mechanism to sustainable growth in urban communities.As infrastructure in a city or town, continuous urban agriculture (UA) has the potential of beinga thread that is woven through a community creating a rigid and ecological backbone for growth connecting neighborhoods, open spaces, and urban markets. Research is based oncase studies, interviews of producers and city officials in Ames, IA and observations of UA inLondon, UK. This research demonstrates that urban food systems have a potential of creatingenvironmentally, socially and economically productive communities.
 Key Words:
landscape architecture, planning, urban food systems, urban land inventory,sustainable agriculture, urbanism
Abstract
JASON GRIMM
BLA, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Studies
Advisor: MIMI WAGNER,
Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture
Special thanks to:
RICH PIROG,
Associate Director of Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture
RANDY BOECKENSTEDT,
Transporation Research Specialist at ISU Center For TransportationResearch And Education
146 College of Design. Iowa State University. Ames, IA 50010319.270.3890. jason.greenarch@gmail.com146 College of Design. Iowa State University. Ames, IA 50010Spring 2009Research funded in part by the Iowa State University Foundation andLandscape Architecture Barbara King Scholarship
 
a sustainable design option for growing urban communities
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introduction
the urban food system
why urban food systems?
environmentally productiveeconomically productivesociologically productive
the urban case study
research processpolicy + local controls + structurefundamentals of current local food systemurban markets + nodesgrocery + speciality food store + farmer’s marketrestaurant + convenience + food pantrylandcover
how can an urban food system organize a city?
the urban food system typology
land inventoryurban food system typologyurban food system prototypes
the urban food system typology in the future urban fabric
typology of urban circulation within urban food systemfuture urban circulation patterns
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