Below you will find answers to questions we often hear regarding the study and results. If you have other questions that are not answered here, please
How do I cite your research?
Once study results are available, you will be able to cite our research as you would any other research project. As papers related to this study are published, link will be available on this website. Estimated release is January 2021.
Your research is relevant to my community, how can we work together?
We are very excited to work with community partners to share our findings! Publications, community organizations, grants, and more that desire to work together beyond citing our results may contact us using the contact us form.
When will the results be available?
Study results are in the process of being analyzed. When we have compiled the data to share with others, the results will be publicly available. We will post that information on our website when it comes available.
Can I still participate in the study?
Unfortunately, no. After 3 years, or ‘waves’ of data collection, CAPS has completed this portion of the study. We are currently analyzing results.
I was a participant in the CAPS study, and I would like to ask a question, who do I ask?
If you have questions related to gardening, please see our participant contact page.
How does a community garden work?
Most DUG community gardens are comprised of many separate garden plots that are cared for by individuals or families. Community gardeners care for and harvest from their own plot. Shared spaces like pathways, perennial herb and flower beds,
sheds, and gathering spaces are cared for by all members of a community garden. The day to day operations of the garden, including new gardener sign-ups and organization of community work days and potlucks, are handled by volunteer garden
leaders or steering committees. For additional information about Denver Urban Gardens’ community gardens, visit their website at www.dug.org.