Publications we like!

Theses & Dissertations:

- Urueta Ortiz, T. (2016) Exploring practice-linked identities construction in culturally diverse urban youth through an intergenerational garden-based learning project (Doctoral dissertation). University of British Columbia. Retrieved from
Adsit-Morris, C. (2015). The nomadic wanderings of a bag-lady and her space chums: re-storying environmental education with feral figurations (T). University of British Columbia. Retrieved from
- Ostertag, J. K. (2015). School gardening, teaching, and a pedagogy of enclosures: threads of an arts-based m├ętissage (T).  University of British Columbia. Retrieved from:
- Moore, D. (2013) A discursive exploration of children’s school garden experiences, perspectives,  and developing ecological literacies (Masters thesis). University of British Columbia. Retrieved from
- Groendal, R. S. M. (2012). Children’s perspectives on relationships with non-parental adults: insights from a structured intergenerational program (T). University of British Columbia. Retrieved from
- Costrut, I. (2010). Re/learning to Teach: three teachers’ experiences in an environmental education initiative on an urban farm (T). University of British Columbia. Retrieved from
- Ostertag, J. K. (2009). Children, families, environmental education: co-constructing ecological identities in a changing world (T). University of British Columbia. Retrieved from
- Urueta-Ortiz, T. (2009). Unpacking your lunch: a qualitative study of young students’ ideas about food and nutrition (T). University of British Columbia. Retrieved from

Student research: 
- Co-design as pedagogy: Two case studies of student participation in the design of enhanced learning landscapes. (2012) Poster session at the American Educational   Research Association (AERA) Conference. Poster available here.
- Investigating Our Practices (IOP) Annual Conference. (2011). Learning to Teach in an     Outdoor Classroom. Slideshow available here

- LFS 350 Student research: Chinese Market Garden Resource Book. Available here.

- Gerofsky, S. (2016). What we have learned from campus teaching and learning gardens:   The UBC Orchard Garden and Cultivating Learning Network. Conference       Proceedings. University Alliance for Sustainability (UAS) Green Paper Series No. 1.   April 11-15. Freie Universit├Ąt Berlin