Urban Agricultural Policy

Urban agriculture is the practice of growing, processing and distributing food, including animal husbandry, in a village, town or city. While there are many benefits to urban agriculture including job creation, food security, improved health and nutrition, improved social and emotional well-being, urban agriculture has also been controversial in places. This presentation will look at identifying trends and a comparative analysis of urban agricultural policy in selected United States cities. Presentation by Danielle Young, Ecotek Lab.