Ohio State Study Shows Potential for Urban Agriculture

photo by Unity Gardens According to a new study just released by Ohio State University, “Can Cities Become Self-Reliant in Food?,”  Cleveland and other major cities in the US could produce up to 100 percent of their food needs through urban agriculture.  Doing this would save up to $155 million each year, boost employment, and reduce obesity.  According to the study, Cleveland has more than 20,000 vacant lots which total about 3,000 acres,... Read More