Metropolis Farming On Rise As COVID-19 Makes Individuals Rethink How They Supply Their Meals

City Farming On Rise As COVID-19 Makes People Rethink How They Source Their Food

City builder Rachel Rubenstein on a farm in East Brunswick, not far from Melbourne’s CBD. (ABC Regional: Marty McCarthy)

ABC.NET.AU – Urban builder Rachel Rubenstein believes the coronavirus pandemic, which has closed major cities, states, and international borders, is an opportunity to rethink where we get our food from.

Local parking lots, median strips and rooftops, golf courses, and even public parks – these are just a few of the ideas she and her urban farming friends are using as potential places to grow food.

“I think it is very important that food is grown close to home as we have no access to fresh food during the bushfires and then during COVID,” Ms. Rubenstein said.

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