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

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.