An article in the Vancouver Sun Urban Farming School Takes Root
"Instruction would be based on intensive farming on small plots, a heavy dependence on physical labour, ecological sustainability and meeting local market demands, including the food needs of ethnic and immigrant communities.
"It's human-scale agriculture, labour-intensive and production-intensive," said Kent Mullinix, a sustainable agriculture specialist at Kwantlen Polytechnic University's Institute for Sustainable Horticulture.
"Produce a lot on a little bit of land, which is entirely doable."
From a very cool blog
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