It’s easy to confuse the term urban farm with other similar activities like community gardening, homesteading, or subsistence farming because sometimes they’re used interchangeably. All of these operations exist to cultivate crops, but urban farms typically emphasize growing produce to be sold rather than eaten or shared. There is a lot of variety in the types of urban farms, though the plots are always in cities or other heavily populated communities. Size can vary from a rooftop, to an unused lot, to a section of an existing park.
Our urban agriculture program brings people together in the community, produces nutritious food, makes seasonal cooking accessible, gives educational opportunities, and makes efficient use of green spaces. We are a small urban farm in South Mountain. (Phx). Our primary crop is collard and mustard greens. We also grow a variety of herbs, fruits, flowers & veggies.
This Business Supports “Minority Economic Development