Urban Agriculture is a general term for a variety of ways and methods of growing fresh and nutritious food in the city. Urban Agriculture makes use of different abandoned spaces in the city such as; deserted plots, unused rooftops, untouched front yards and even vertical walls – turning all of these into green and productive areas.
Urban Agriculture is expressed in different variations, each one having their own unique charactaristics – it can be a private garden on a balcony or yard, a community garden on a deserted plot in the street and even commercial city-farms that supply food for all the surrounding residents. Whether it is private agriculture, community or commercial – Urban Agriculture involves being connected with the people around you. City dwellers connect to the land and promotes mutual work, while bringing their own neighborhood and city toward a greener, more sustainable future.