A sampling of books in the Urban Agriculture Collection

The DG Ivey Library is the home of the Urban Agriculture and Food Policy Collection. Originally developed by Jac Smit, the collection contains a wide range of materials focusing on urban agriculture, small-scale farming, food activism, and food-related policies around the world. It also includes rare and difficult-to-find books, magazines, journals, personal papers, policy documents, and reports by governments and non-governmental organizations from around the world – most of them published between 1970 and 1999.

A list of materials in the collection is available through either the University of Toronto Libraries’ online catalogue or through a Zotero Group Library.

Other Urban Agriculture and Food Security Resources

Urban Agriculture Organizations
Other Countries
Case Studies
Canada
Other Countries
Food Security
Action plans/policy/activism
Canada
Other Countries