Wednesday, 23 January 2013

The agro-recreational movement in Turkey (journal)

The Importance of Urban Agro-Recreation in the Formation of a Sustainable Integral Rural-Urban Environment in Gaziantep City-Turkey

International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies 3:3
Cemal Inceruha*

The author argues that unemployment and early retirement are leading people to use urban space for food growing in a way which is both economically important and recreational. The local authority has released extensive amounts of land for local people to grow their own food. It has also created a new interest in the places where urban and rural life meet.

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