Community Gardening: Part 2
Earlier today, we published a post that included a link to one of the interviews featured in the August 2013 issue of Alaska Health Policy Review. In response to requests for additional similar content, here is a link that will take you to the interview conducted with Elizabeth Hodges Snyder, assistant professor of Public Health at UAA. In her interview, Hodges Snyder explains how community gardening may contribute to gardeners’ improved nutrition and physical fitness.
We welcome your comments regarding your thoughts and experiences with community gardening.
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