The number of farms in the U.S. is at a record low, but farmers still want to live in urban areas.
The numbers have grown steadily over the past five years.
According to the USDA, the number of urban farms rose by almost 15 percent in the past decade, to 1.1 million.
Many of these are urban farms in cities, and many of the newer ones are owned by large family-owned farms.
So if you live in an urban area, you may be one of the lucky ones to have the right to grow your own food.
The Urban Farm Institute, a nonprofit that advocates for urban agriculture, has tracked urban agriculture’s growth since 2010, and they are the latest to report numbers from 2013.
Urban farms have become more common in recent years.
The Urban Farm Initiative says urban farming is growing in number in nearly every major city, but the report doesn’t give any specifics.
The number is growing because it’s easier to build small farms, and because the demand for organic produce is high.
The U.K. was the first country to officially recognize urban farming in 2008, but urban farming has been more common since then.
In the U, urban farming accounted for more than 7 percent of the food produced in 2014.
Urban agriculture has grown as a way to reduce pollution, conserve land and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
In some states, it has become more of a trend for farmers to grow organic produce, and there are also more urban farms that specialize in producing more organic food.
“Urban agriculture has exploded over the last five years, and that’s partly due to the fact that it has a lot of potential to be an efficient way of feeding a growing population,” said Michael Tresnjak, director of the UFAI, a group that advocates on behalf of farmers in the urban agriculture industry.
“The demand for sustainable food is growing at a rate that’s not sustainable.”
In urban areas, the urban farming industry has grown from 1.2 million in 2010 to 1 million in 2017, according to the Urban Farm Industry Association.
In 2014, urban farmers were responsible for around 40 percent of all farm produce, according the Urban Farms Association.
The association estimates that the industry is expected to grow to around 100 million farms in 2021.
But the urban farms have come under scrutiny over sustainability in recent months.
Last week, the Food and Drug Administration issued a warning about urban farms after an analysis found that the UVA farm in Richmond, Va., was “not being managed to protect the public health.”
The report also found that there were problems with the soil at the Richmond farm, including soil erosion, poor drainage and soil contamination.
In February, the FDA warned about the Richmond, Virginia, farm, saying the farm’s soil is “not well maintained and has not been tested for nutrient levels.”
The UFAE says it wants to be a leader in urban farming, and the UDAI has lobbied the FDA on the issue.
“As our nation’s farm system continues to mature, we must make the most of our limited land and water resources, but this is not a sustainable practice,” the UCAI said in a statement.
In 2018, the Urban Farming Association published a report that found urban farming had become a growing industry in rural areas, but many urban farms are still struggling to keep up.
The report says urban farms need to work together with their neighbors to get a farm to produce a sustainable product.
The agency also recommends that urban farms work with state and local governments to make sure their farming practices are consistent.
The USDA has launched an Urban Farming Education Center, where farmers can learn more about their farming experience.
And the USDA also launched an urban agriculture program called Urban Farm Week, which encourages urban farmers to participate in community events like farmers markets, events that encourage farmers to work with their communities.
In addition to urban farming and farm-to-table, there are other ways that urban farming can be a sustainable option for farmers.
In 2017, the UAAI created Urban Farm Capital, an initiative that helps farmers invest in organic produce and other organic farming products.
The group aims to raise $500 million in investment by 2020.
“We’re working with a number of local, state and federal government agencies to make our urban agriculture and sustainable agriculture programs more sustainable, and to provide our members with the tools they need to grow their businesses and to support local farmers,” the Urban Farmers Association said in an email.