Report on Indicators for Urban Agriculture in Toronto

"When Toronto Public Health identified a considerable gap in Toronto-specific data on the impact of urban agriculture, Toronto Urban Growers was commissioned to engage Toronto-based practitioners and key informants on identifying the most relevant and measurable indicators of the health, social, economic, and ecological benefits of urban agriculture. The overall objective of the work was to develop indicators that a wide range of stakeholders could use to make the case for making land, resources and enabling policies available for urban agriculture." The report can be found here. While focusing on Toronto, the consultative methodology used in this project could be relevant to other cities.