These urban farming projects have been created to subsidize farmers feeding cities. The demand for fresh food is constantly increasing, which has forced these organizations and campaigns to take matters into their own hands.
When looking for fresh produce in a highly populated urban area, most people flock to big commercial grocery stores. But often times, the groceries we get from supermarkets have been shipped from all over the world, making it costly and un-environmentally friendly. If you're looking to get the freshest fruits and veggies you can try farmers markets and local produce shops, but the most efficient way to get your greens is to grow them yourself.
These urban farming projects are transforming city spaces into eco-friendly produce-producing oases.
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Urban Farming Partnerships
Tubular Fish Farming
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