08 July 2019 |

Rooftop Farming, Elevated

Written by Mark Sherwood

To find a local patch of land with big potential for farming, consider looking up, not down.

That’s the idea behind a new University of Maryland program to plant the seeds of a new kind of urban agriculture on green roofs, with the goal of increasing food production and improving regional food and nutritional security.

To find a local patch of land with big potential for farming, consider looking up, not down.

That’s the idea behind a new University of Maryland program to plant the seeds of a new kind of urban agriculture on green roofs, with the goal of increasing food production and improving regional food and nutritional security.

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