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Submissions from 2014

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Urban Foraging and the Relational Ecologies of Belonging, Melissa R. Poe, Joyce LeCompte, Rebecca J. McLain, and Patrick T. Hurley

Submissions from 2013

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Whose Sense of Place? A Political Ecology of Amenity Development, Patrick T. Hurley

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Gathering, Buying, and Growing Sweetgrass (Muhlenbergia sericea): Urbanization and Social Networking in the Sweetgrass Basket-Making Industry of Lowcountry South Carolina, Patrick T. Hurley, Brian Grabbatin, Cari Goetcheus, and Angela Halfacre

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Gathering "Wild" Food in the City: Rethinking the Role of Foraging in Urban Ecosystem Planning and Management, Rebecca J. McLain, Patrick T. Hurley, Marla R. Emery, and Melissa R. Poe

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Urban Forest Justice and the Rights to Wild Foods, Medicines, and Materials in the City, Melissa R. Poe, Rebecca J. McLain, Marla R. Emery, and Patrick T. Hurley

Submissions from 2012

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Gathering in the City: An Annotated Bibliography and Review of the Literature About Human-Plant Interactions in Urban Ecosystems, Rebecca J. McLain, L. P. Buttolph, Melissa R. Poe, K. MacFarland, J. Hebert, N. Gabriel, Patrick T. Hurley, Laura Brody, Martina Dzuna, Marla R. Emery, and S. Charnley

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Producing Edible Landscapes in Seattle's Urban Forest, Rebecca J. McLain, Melissa R. Poe, Patrick T. Hurley, Joyce LeCompte, and Marla R. Emery

Submissions from 2011

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Amenity Migration, Exurbia, and Emerging Rural Landscapes: Global Natural Amenity as Place and as Process, Kirsten Valentine Cadieux and Patrick T. Hurley

Submissions from 2009

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Resistant Place Identities in Rural Charleston County, South Carolina: Cultural, Environmental, and Racial Politics in the Sewee to Santee Area, Cassandra Y. Johnson, Angela C. Halfacre, and Patrick T. Hurley

Submissions from 2008

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Finding a "Disappearing" Nontimber Forest Resource: Using Grounded Visualization to Explore Urbanization Impacts on Sweetgrass Basketmaking in Greater Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, Patrick T. Hurley, Angela C. Halfacre, Norm S. Levine, and Marianne K. Burke