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Gathering in the City: An Annotated Bibliography and Review of the Literature About Human-Plant Interactions in Urban Ecosystems
R. J. McLain (au)
The past decade has seen resurgence in interest in gathering wild plants and fungi in cities. In addition to gathering by individuals, dozens of groups have emerged in U.S., Canadian, and European cities to facilitate access to non-timber forest products (NTFPs), particularly fruits and nuts, in public and private spaces. This annotated bibliography and literature review aims to demonstrate that gathering -- the collecting of food and raw materials -- is a type of human-plant interaction that warrants greater attention in urban green space management, and to provide an overview of the literature on human-plant interactions -- including gathering -- in urban environments. Charts and table. This is a print on demand report.
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