Many landowners that live, or own land in what some might call, "the fringes" of more urbane cities have something that those city-dwellers don't. That is- land. With the uprising of the "self-sufficient" lifestyle, and the newer italicizing of "preparedness", many people are interested in learning how to grow their own food, but don't have the means; whether it is because they live on a second story floor of a condo, or are simply surrounded by a concrete jungle. The concept of "community gardens" has taken off in an answer to the growing desire for city folk to return to the roots of husbandry. Would you let people use your land for their own economic needs? Would you charge them?