So unlike economics (opinion) this should probably work from a communities largest realistates, closest to the need. The larger the pop up market proceeds the more gardens a community can build. Using market proceeds we work our way to smaller and smaller plots but everywhere. It may take time for a community to get assistance but by segregating these markets we can formulate a rate of return for your area that gives us a potential construction forecast. Plus even if you do not have a yard we may end up even constructing garden window boxes, you get healthier food and we provide incentives for the needy to get set discounts with a food card.