Urban farming is emerging globally as a powerful vehicle of transformation for ecology, community and economy. It opens opportunities to create healthy organic food with a low carbon footprint, business and employment, use of recycled organics from cities, enhance community well being and, via organic methods, greatly improve the ecological footprint of food production.
Our consulting services for commercial scale urban farming includes: feasibility and strategy, social enterprise planning, design of commercial models of urban agriculture, urban farm design and implementation support, community engagement, education, advocacy and development of guidelines for working with urban agriculture.
Our consulting clients are: urban farmers, property developers seeking to integrate sustainable food growing into their developments, communities seeking support for creating local food systems, local government establishing platforms for urban farming in their Council region and State governments creating guidelines for commercial scale urban farming.
We have a small and multi-disciplined team and collaborate with industry experts on a project basis to deliver our urban agriculture consulting projects.
View our urban agriculture consulting case studies and picture gallery of projects. Contact us to discuss how our urban agriculture consulting services can transform your food growing spaces, communities and local economies.
URBAN FARMING BLOG
Raised vegetable garden beds have long been used in agriculture as a method of enhancing productivity and managing food growing space. This is often done simply by mounding of rows up to a maximum height of 20cm or where extremes of slope demand hard borders to create level growing areas, for example, hillside rice paddies
Enhancing observation skills in your food growing spaces has a powerful effect on how productive and healthy your patch is and how your experience in the garden improves your well […]
Urban farm plot at 12 months has produced great results. I want to share the outcomes and reflections with you after it started as a grassy patch 12 months ago […]