an urban farm? “The definition that I tend to use is being production-oriented,” Kosok says. Under this rubric, even well-established endeavors like the Great Kids Farm, which is run by the city’s school system and produces food for numerous restaurants, doesn’t qualify as it is primarily focused on education. (It is also outside the city limits and, at 33 acres, much larger than most urban farms.) Neither, for the most part, are community gardens, where the focus is on individually cultivated plots.