Main topic Urban farming
Urban agriculture has been defined by The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), as: “ An industry that produces, processes and markets food and fuel, largely in response to the daily demand of consumers within a town, city, or metropolis, on land and water dispersed throughout the urban and peri-urban area, applying intensive production methods, using and reusing natural resources and urban wastes to yield a diversity of crops and livestock.”
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|Description||The 1.5 acre parcel that City Farm sits on is owned by the City of Chicago and provided, rent-free, to this non-profit initiative|
|Date||1 August 2008, 20:44|
|Source||Author: Linda from Chicago, USA|
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