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Author by : Cynthia Bannon Languange Used : en Release Date : 2010-02-22 Publisher by : University of Michigan Press ISBN : 9780472025640 File Size : 45,7 Mb Total Download : 509
"Gardens and Neighbors will provide an important building block in the growing body of literature on the ways that Roman law, Roman society, and the economic concerns of the Romans jointly functioned in the real world." ---Michael Peachin, New York University As is increasingly true today, fresh water in ancient Italy was a limited resource, made all the more precious by the Roman world's reliance on agriculture as its primary source of wealth. From estate to estate, the availability of water varied, in many cases forcing farmers in need of access to resort to the law. In Gardens and Neighbors
Author by : Jim Diers Languange Used : en Release Date : 2004 Publisher by : University of Washington Press ISBN : 0295984449 File Size : 54,5 Mb Total Download : 687
Providing concrete examples for citizens and government officials, Diers describes a successful program to support community self-help projects and a community-driven planning process that involved 30,000 people.
Author by : Bryan K. Langlands Languange Used : en Release Date : 2014-08-25 Publisher by : Wipf and Stock Publishers ISBN : 9781630877606 File Size : 40,7 Mb Total Download : 859
Why have so many churches started community gardens over the past decade? Are they simply a fad? Or do community gardens somehow connect more deeply with the mission of the churches that launch them? What can churches and faith-based institutions interested in starting community gardens learn from those that have started their own gardens over the past decade? And what would it mean for a church to put Christ in the center of its community gardening efforts? In order to discern best practices for launching Christ-centered community gardens moving forward, Cultivating Neighborhood begins with a