Capstone project: USD users only
MA Leadership Studies
Research tells us that black and brown communities have less access to healthy food options and are more likely to suffer from preventable health related issues. Due to this constant disparity the people in these communities have to work against these health issues that seem to effect its members with each passing generation. Along with the community itself lacking the proper resources or sufficient transportation, making healthy choices daily is difficult. This program model aims to inform and empower communities to make better health choices through gardening and a more active lifestyle by educating and physically providing access to more quality options.
Digital USD Citation
Frazier, Alexandria, "Access and Healthy Communities: How gardening and education can help foster leadership in low-income communities" (2018). M.A. in Leadership Studies: Capstone Project Papers. 27.