This has got to be one of the most useful, and exciting, mapping sites for urban agriculture that I have found (especially if one is interested in food systems in NYC)!! The site offers a search engine for all of CENYC farms and gardens in NYC, inlcuding my beloved Red HookAdded Value farm in Brooklyn. Once the engine has produced a block and lot map with all of the Department of Planning’s trimmings; land use, zoning..ect, you can check out the surrounding lots, demographics, earned income, and other useful census information that can help plan for future community farms. I find this to be an all-encompassing one-stop-shop site for urban agricultural mapping in NYC. I wonder if Manhattan’s Burough President, Scott Stringer, will be utilizing similar technological mechanisms to plan for his policy work, “Food in the Public Interest: How NYC Food Policy Holds the Key to Hunger, Health, Jobs, and the Environment.” I know I’ll be using this site like it was my religion in the very near future.