Biophilia and Civic Engagement at Ursinus College Food Forest
ENV-332 Urbanization and the Environment
Link to Story Map
This Story Map discusses the history of conventional suburban development such as tract housing and the cultural norms of lawn care in suburban U.S. neighborhoods. It provides suggestions for increasing biophilic areas and details garden design choices of students planting in the Ursinus Food Forest.
Ursinus Food Forest, suburban development, tract housing, garden design, native plant species, lawns
Environmental Studies | Food Security | Nature and Society Relations | Urban Studies and Planning
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Fowler, Lexi; McGinley, Kaitlyn; Harris, Grace; and Gazzillo, Marie, "Biophilia and Civic Engagement at Ursinus College Food Forest" (2022). Biophilic Cities and Suburbs. 2.