Q&A: Jason Hawes Says Urban Agriculture Is a Critical Element in Detroit Land Use

December 15, 2022


Read time:

5-15 mins
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Jason “Jake” Hawes, a Ph.D. candidate in resource policy and behavior at the School for Environment and Sustainability at the University of Michigan, works on assessing the social and economic impacts of urban agriculture in U.S. and European cities. Hawes explores how agriculture can adapt to drought caused by climate change. In this Q & A, Jason explains how Detroit’s ideas for land use historically differ from some other northern cities.

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