A small urban farm in the Swedish city of Gothenburg has shown farmers are not only labored in the countryside. The hard workers might make a career in city-based agriculture.
Farmers say the new method is very efficient in many ways. People do not need diesel to transport things, and don't need big storage rooms because they deliver every day.
The produce is sold to local restaurants and high-end chefs in need of fresh produce. During high season, farmers make deliveries two days a week.
Farmers also make money by opening up the farm to locals. Visitors can pick their own produce and then pay just for what they take.
Experts believe beyond creating jobs, urban farms help strengthen communities and create much-needed green spaces in concrete urban areas.