Melanie Malone’s work on urban community gardens featured in SESYNC Lessons

Melanie Malone’s research on contamination, public health, and environmental justice in urban community gardens is featured in the National Socio-environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) resources for sustainable agriculture. SESYNC has created lesson plans intended for undergraduate students and above as part of their “Sustainable Agriculture: Community Gardens – Justice, Safety, and Climate Solutions” framework.

The link to the resources page can be found here.