Food Security

Could urban farming be the answer to food insecurity in the U.S.?

It's crucial urban farming continues to grow in the U.S. as COVID-19 highlights the fragility of the nations food security. Image: Reuters/Loriene Perera

Miguel Altieri

Professor of Agroecology, University of California, Berkeley.

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Agricultural techniques are crucial in improving the yields of urban farming. Image: CC BY-ND/Miguel Altieri

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