You need some tomatoes? Grow 'em in the alley.
Some fresh beans? Grow 'em up the side of a building.
As more people gravitate to cities, urban design professionals are exploring best ways to use land and feed the people who inhabit it.
Next Thursday and Friday, April 16 and 17, at the College of Built Environments, urban design professionals and students will explore the urban food movement. They also aim to create 100 plans for 100 urban gardens that they hope will be launched by Seattle folks on May 8.