Jaemi Jackson

Cultivate Los Angeles

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Project Manager for several UCLA urban and regional planning students who developed Cultivate Los Angeles, which charts the growth of urban farms in Los Angeles County

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LA County may be the most populous in the nation, but there still are  1200 urban farms .

Can Cities Keep Up with LA's Urban Agricultural Boom?

LA County may be the most populous in the nation, but there still are 1200 urban farms .

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