A research study conducted by four graduate students at the Savannah College of Art and Design. This project began by exploring wicked problems where an ecosystem is a necessary solution. After rounds of research and analysis, urban farming was selected as the best option. Urban farming provided a wicked problem that included a level of complexity that would allow us to explore opportunities at the user, organization, ecosystem, and society level. The end goal was to form a strategy to allow this concept to have the scalability to be implemented in many different, climates, economies, and cultures. As a starting point, we have selected New Orleans, Louisiana as a case study to base our design in a specific scenario.