Dutch City Network feeds the Innovation of Urban Agriculture

J.E. Jansma, E.J. Veen, P.J. van de Kop, O.N.M. van Eijk

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Abstract

Since 2010, the Dutch City Network on Urban Agriculture (Stedennetwerk in Dutch), has linked up civil servants of fourteen cities in order to see opportunities, share knowledge and solve issues on urban agriculture in their cities. Though it started as an internally focused network for civil servants to learn and share experiences, the network gradually evolved into a more outward-oriented Community of Practice that seeks to incorporate a broader range of participants. Participants developed an urban agriculture charter to influence local and national policies in support of urban agriculture.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)38-41
JournalUrban Agriculture Magazine
Volume28
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Keywords

  • urban areas
  • urban society
  • urban agriculture
  • networks
  • innovations
  • cooperation
  • knowledge transfer

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