You are invited to complete an online survey on the topic of Urban agriculture and community resilience in the face of climate change: Practices and Perceptions

Anyone aged 18 years of age or older, proficient in English and residing within metropolitan South Australia*

Research aims
To understand whether community resilience can be creatively fostered from the home garden to help reduce vulnerabilities and increase the sustainability of communities in the face of climate change.

Research outcomes
To generate new knowledge on the potential of household-level urban agriculture (‘home gardens’) in building community resilience in the context of a changing climate, that can be used by individuals, communities, and policymakers, to make better informed decisions. This may consist of the harnessing of urban agriculture at the governance and/or grassroots level as a mechanism to be applied against the current and projected challenges of climate change.

About the survey
This online survey asks questions about your general home gardening practices, perceptions of connections, barriers, and impacts held or anticipated with regards to growing food at home, and considerations of climate change and community resilience.

The study has been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee at the University of Adelaide (approval number H-2022-198).

How to join?
To complete the online survey, follow this link ( or scan the QR code.

Please contact Chief Investigator, Prof. Timothy Cavagnaro ( or PhD Candidate Ms Hannah Thwaites (

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