Havana’s Changing Urban Agriculture Landscape: A Shift to the Right?
For two decades Havana, Cuba, has served as a living laboratory for practitioners and scholars of urban agriculture, particularly in its well-documented role in helping stave off food insecurity during a period of severe resource constraints. Using secondary data, reports by other observers, and structured interviews with 11 of Havana’s urban gardeners, this study examines the challenges and opportunities that urban agriculture has experienced, and will continue to experience, in Cuba’s post-communist society.
Charles French, Mimi Becker, and Bruce Lindsay
University of New Hampshire