Urban farming: will intentional landscapes shape the future of food production?

Article by Toby Kyle, Associate Director, Grant Associates

Food production has always been part of my family life; from growing up with chickens in the back garden to the joy that my current herb window-box brought during lockdown, interacting personally with the production of food can offer tremendous satisfaction. A strong movement is now growing within society that embraces the many benefits of urban farming, as more and more challenges emerge with traditional farming methods.

Connecting to nature in urban spaces

Rural farms are currently placed under great pressure to deliver ever-growing quantities of food, and in the face of this required intensification, soil degradation is inevitable. Intensive farming

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