Urban Farming

The path to cultivate urban farms? It's a winding road

MSU study claims city's vacant land has green growth potential

When it comes to eating local, we put the money where our mouth is

Nobody does farm-to-table food networks better than Detroit, says Times Magazine

Where some people might see a fallow, empty lot, others see potential -- not only for fruits and vegetables, but for a rebirth of the city. Can Detroit turn around on the backs of climbing beans and tomato plants? Maybe not, but urban farming will likely play an important role either way.