Urban Farming

Urban farming, also known as urban agriculture, is the practice of cultivating, processing, and distributing food in or around urban areas. This innovative approach to agriculture transforms city landscapes, allowing for the growth of vegetables, fruits, and herbs in spaces not traditionally associated with farming. Urban farming encompasses a variety of cultivation methods, including community gardens, rooftop gardens, indoor vertical farming, hydroponics (soilless farming), and aquaponics (combining fish farming with hydroponics).

Homesteading

Homesteading in Urban Areas

Urban homesteading represents a creative, resourceful, and incredibly rewarding endeavor for city dwellers looking to embrace a self-sufficient lifestyle. Despite the challenges posed by limited

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