There is growing recognition that urban forests have the potential to combat food insecurity via their edible parts, namely fruits, berries, and nuts. I researched New York City’s street trees, by locating trees with edible parts within food insecure communities, to analyze this potential.
Cooney, Kristen, "Fighting Food Insecurity in New York City: What Role for Street Trees?" (2022). Environmental Studies Honors Papers. 9.
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