Farming in the City ULI lunch and learn

March 30th 2021. 12:00 to 13:00

Farming in the City: How developers, businesses and social enterprises are leveraging urban agriculture
Tuesday, March 30, 2021 | 12:00PM - 1:00PM

No longer a niche concept, urban agriculture is gaining wide traction across North America and here in Toronto from community supported agriculture shares (CSAs) to single-family or mixed-use agrihood developments and entrepreneurial business ventures.
Join ULI Toronto for this timely discussion on the future of urban agriculture and learn about small-scale local farmers and emerging technologies that are changing the landscape, and the role that developers, non/not-for-profits, and policy makers are playing.
Ed McMahon, Senior Fellow, Urban Land Institute
Aliyah Fraser, Urbanist, Aspiring Farmer and Food Systems Planner
Cheyenne Sundance, Urban Farmer, Sundance Harvest
Farouk Elghamry, Co-Founder and CEO, Satellite Farms
Liza Stiff, Vice President Innovation and Design, TAS, Toronto