A profile of participants in an Extension urban community gardening program reveals that the program is successful in bringing together a large number of people from diverse income and age groups. Community gardening contributes to a change in diet among 3/f4 of both new and continuing gardeners. Time spent in the garden per week is a function of number of years in the program, income, diet, whether the gardener donates produce to charity, and time taken to respond to the survey. Inclusion of the latter variable provided for control of potential non-response bias.
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Blaine, T. W., Grewal, P. S., Dawes, A., & Snider, D. (2010). Profiling Community Gardeners. The Journal of Extension, 48(6), Article 6. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol48/iss6/6