In promoting sustainable development and eco-literacy within the context of the community garden, our interdisciplinary research interests include:

  • Indigenous education;
  • (Eco) arts education;A pale of red cherry tomatoes sits next to a pale of underripe, green tomatoes on a wooden picnic table.
  • Pre-service teacher training;
  • Environmental education;
  • Experiential education;
  • Science education;
  • Cross-curricular and interdisciplinary learning;
  • Education for social justice;
  • Food sourcing and food security;
  • Community partnerships;
  • Housing and youth homelessness;
  • Urban political ecology; and
  • Greening and¬†gentrification
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