Yes. It is gaining a great deal of steam in many urban places where access to fresh produce is low. Food security is a very important issue, especially with the ongoing food crisis, and urban gardens and community efforts aimed at food production are vital means to alleviate pressure on large food systems.
Many health departments are also promoting home grown food products as a means to increase one’s produce consumption as well, since clearly eating more vegetables is always a good thing. In this sense, urban gardens can be used as a means to fight obesity as well, which is, of course, a major issue in this country too.
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