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Why Urban Farms and Indoor Planting Are the Future?

Do you know what urban farms are? Have you ever thought about growing your own food at home in your garden or in specialized freezers? Transporting food for consumption in cities is one of the major environmental (and financial) pollution problems in the world today.

In a 2020 interview with Trip magazine, indigenous leader Ailton Krenak made the following observation that caught my attention: “Whatever you consume in the city, you do not produce in the city. It was there that the children’s idea that milk comes from a small box was born, because they don’t see the cow. And that water comes from the faucet, or the bottle, because they don’t see the source.”

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