Nathan McClintock talks urban agricultureFeb 19th, 2010 | By sha.evans | Category: One Question
Nathan McClintock is a Ph.D candidate in geography at UC Berkeley. He currently holds a seat on the Oakland Food Policy Council. He has worked on agricultural development projects with the Rodale Institute in Senegal and Partners in Health in Haiti, as well as done short-term consultancies in Bangladesh, Nepal, Mali, and Mexico. Nathan stopped by Thursday morning’s class to talk about urban agriculture in Mali and Senegal, and the development of urban gardening in Oakland. For our one question series we asked what he thought Oakland could learn from Africa in regards to sustaining urban gardening and developing urban agriculture throughout the city.