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Research and examine similar, working examples
T. Jordan - Patrick Eccles - Otto Stefan
Goals and Deliverables:
Community Sustainability Center
Form & Function
Promote a sense of community and enhance culture and connectivity through local food production, facilitating an economically, environmentally, and socially sustainable Marmalade.
CMP 3101 People and Place I
How the global food crisis translates to our study area:
Future Growth Concerns:
65% population increase in next 30 years
South Davis Line & Airport Trax
Health & Well-being
Tax Incentives, Grant and Loan Opportunities
Infrastructure for businesses
cannery and food processing
Community Grow Space
extension of growing season
Bike Trail/ Depot
Neighborhood Tool Share and Central Resource
To act as a Neighborhood Sustainability Center, a Local HUB and ANCHOR for the Community, where neighbors, businesses, and local municipalities interact as equals with regard to shared concerns and interests.
A "Third Place", where people can interact causally and share ideas and knowledge.
Meeting and Gathering Space for environmental workshops, conferences and educational forums; a neighborhood Think Tank to address issues of sustainability and global change at the neighborhood level.
how people use it
Neighborhood & Cultural Interfaces
Technology - Old and New:
Combining technologies, past and present for resilience and inclusion.
Why Sustainable Food Solutions Matter:
Opportunities and Challenges Observed:
The UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Task Force on the Global Food Security Crisis.
“Comprehensive Framework for Action” (July 2008), as outlined in the Millennium Development Goals.
Explore possible site locations
Cultivating a Culture of Cooperation and Community
Teaching and Sharing
Growing and Learning,
Community-oriented Urban Agriculture
Create jobs & entrepreneurial opportunities
Link education & other civic institutions
Provide, support, and help maintain permeable infrastructure
Engage community and include EVERYONE
Spark imagination and encourage experimentation
Feed A LOT of people
Radically reduce food miles
advanced designs in infrastructure and rain catch systems
With a little
United Nations Global Compact
on The Global Food Security Crisis
Published by the United Nations Global Compact Office, September 2008.
“ The dramatic rise over the past twelve months in global food prices poses a threat to global food and nutrition security and creates a host of humanitarian, human rights, socio-economic, environmental, developmental, political and security-related challenges.
It requires an urgent comprehensive, coherent, and coordinated response.”
Calle de Comida
Consider Possible Collaborations and Partnerships:
it doesn't take a lot of space to grow a lot of food.
Community Oriented and Inclusive
Connected to larger community
In search of sustainable local solutions to global challenges.
Promote and Support Future Developments
Calle de Comidas and Urban Growth
There is hope!
“You can always count on Americans to do the right thing, after they've tried everything else.”
A place for chance encounters and sharing ideas.
Explore facility design options.
City Mayor Office, Food Policy Task Force
West Capitol Neighborhood Council, Rose Park, Downtown Alliance
Salt Lake Schools
Other Community garden and community food projects
Utahans against hunger
Wasatch Community Gardens
Meet with community members and neighboring organizations
Food Not Lawns
Love your cows!
The Local Food Explosion!
New business models
Fields of Hope
Encourage present Civic and Socio-cultural Connectivity
Existing Local Food Production
(Put THAT in a jar and spread it! :)
and sustainable practices.
Social and cultural diversity
Private-vehicle transit oriented
Limited local food resources
Need to develop informal meeting place opportunities
Generate detailed visions for our target areas