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PART I: Use the article “Urban Farms” to answer the following two questions.
1) Why do urban residents need to rely on food grown in rural areas?
Many urban farmers need proteins and they can’t have fast food because it’s made of grown food so most decide to grow their own fruits and veggies.
2) Read this sentence from the article. “In New York City, urban farmers have come up with many different ways to grow their own produce, even though there isn’t a lot of room.” What is the way that Brooklyn Grange has come up with to grow its own produce?