Agrihoods—communities organized around food production—offer progressive models for integrating productive landscapes into the fabric of our growing urban regions. This session examines built examples to understand the challenges and opportunities in creating synergistic relationships between communities and agricultural production through planning, landscape design, and operational models.
Agriculture / Local Food Production
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. Understand how integrating food production in community design catalyzes community health, interaction, and education. 2. Understand how to integrate different models of food production into a community. 3. Gain insight into operational and programmatic models that influence the design and performance of agrihoods. 4. Examine strategies for increasing the productive capacity of community landscapes.
Amaya Genaro; Angela Janus; Daron Joffe; Andrew Watkins, ASLA, AIA; Natasha Harkison, ASLA
American Society of Landscape Architects