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Comment créer une trame alimentaire par les jardins partagés ?

Abstract : Quality food for all, produced in a local and sustainable way, is one of the challenges of the 21st century. At this given time in France, shared gardens have a well proved food function. They can be designed as a multifunctional landscape and thus meet the needs of the communities in the city. Yet, they are still not taking into account during urban space planning, and have very small relations with other places related to urban farming. This document shoes how it is possible to create a food framework with shared gardens, to reinforce all the functions of such places, and more particularly the food functions. The thought first starts on the neighborhood leve : it relies on the study of shared gardens in Bordeaux region to determine the conditions of accomplishment of a food framework at that scale. Secondly, the scale of the metropolis looks pertinent as well as it gives harmony to this framework and grabs onto the green and blue framework. A procedure is proposed in order to establish a food framework through shared gardens, going from the neighborhood to the metropolis scale. This concept opens for newer ways to think urban landscapes, and to reinvent the line of work of landscape architects.
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Nelly Le Caroff. Comment créer une trame alimentaire par les jardins partagés ?. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2018. ⟨dumas-01877627⟩



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