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1  V    VERIFY 144 186 278 169 87 143 647 216 73
2  V    ENCOMPASS 322 247 499 327 346 293 548 130 32
3  R    INDEPENDENTLY 205 347 654 200 225 220 703 276 55
4  N    REPRODUCTION 189 99 438 86 566 170 797 83 31
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9  N    EMERGENCE 839 125 519 417 357 331 448 89 26
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food-security movement uses gardens as one strategy to regenerate the local food system and provide access to healthy, affordable food. Three garden case studies expand on the complexities of "food citizenship, "illustrating the importance of that concept to notions of food security. The gardens reveal the role gardeners play in transforming urban spaces, the complex network of organizations working cooperatively and in partnership to implement these projects, and the way in which social and cultural pluralism are shaping the urban landscape. Keywords: community gardens; food citizenship; Toronto; community food security Three community-garden sites in Toronto offer possibilities for understanding how individuals and groups in urban communities are actively producing space and culture through their constructions of place. This article begins with a discussion of the politics of place and the multiple meanings imbued in community gardens in Toronto. The discussion is then linked to the notion of "food citizenship "emerging from the literature on alternative food networks and movements. A

 
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