Indeed there are! Check out this one in NYC. http://rooftopfarms.org/
Definitely! There are rooftop farms in several urban areas that serve as community gardens. While they have become very popular in New York where ground space is limited, they are also in places such as Philadelphia. Rooftop farms are great because they get a lot of sun and use space efficiently.
In Chicago there is a restaurant called Uncommon Ground. They grow their vegetables on their roof, and they even have their bee colony to supply honey for the restaurant! Below is a link for the restaurant
In addition to rooftop farms, it is interesting to note the growing popularity (especially in commercial building projects) of green roofs, which though grown for different reasons, are still part of a movement to make our cities healthier. Their inception came from a desire to replace the landscape that urban development necessarily replaces. Some of the benefits include: …” stormwater management, energy conservation, mitigation of the urban heat island effect, increased longevity of roofing membranes, as well as providing a more aesthetically pleasing environment to work and live”…
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