Good question, Amanda881. Because urban farming is a very flexible term that encapsulates anything from a small veggie garden in someones backyard or a large communal effort on an abandoned lot, the people who take care of the garden varies just as much. Additionally, the term urban farming dictates location, but not who is allowed to be involved. This means that although urban farming doesn’t necessarily exclude big businesses, I think it is mostly communities and individuals that participate. That said, urban farmers are volunteers that come from all walks of life. The one thing I think they all have in common is that they would like to make the world a greener place.
Hope this helps!
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