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Grow your own: space, planning, practice and everyday futures of domestic food production

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Grow your own : space, planning, practice and everyday futures of domestic food production. / Marcore, Enrico; Spurling, Nicola Jane.

Everyday futures: essay collection. Lancaster : Institute for Social Futures, Lancaster University, 2016. p. 32-40 6.

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Marcore, E & Spurling, NJ 2016, Grow your own: space, planning, practice and everyday futures of domestic food production. in Everyday futures: essay collection., 6, Institute for Social Futures, Lancaster University, Lancaster, pp. 32-40. <http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/everydayfutures/files/2016/08/marcore_spurling.pdf>

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Marcore, E., & Spurling, N. J. (2016). Grow your own: space, planning, practice and everyday futures of domestic food production. In Everyday futures: essay collection (pp. 32-40). [6] Institute for Social Futures, Lancaster University. http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/everydayfutures/files/2016/08/marcore_spurling.pdf

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Marcore E, Spurling NJ. Grow your own: space, planning, practice and everyday futures of domestic food production. In Everyday futures: essay collection. Lancaster: Institute for Social Futures, Lancaster University. 2016. p. 32-40. 6

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Marcore, Enrico ; Spurling, Nicola Jane. / Grow your own : space, planning, practice and everyday futures of domestic food production. Everyday futures: essay collection. Lancaster : Institute for Social Futures, Lancaster University, 2016. pp. 32-40

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