Urban Farmlands are farms inside the boundaries of a village, town, or city. Urban farmlands stand stark green and beautiful against the asphalt and concrete urban sprawl. Small-scale urban farmers maintain islands of natural biodiversity while they provide quality food to communities that have long since been separated from a health rural lifestyle.
Wild farmlands are farms in or adjacent to wilderness areas with diverse flora and fauna. Small-scale farmers on wild farmlands are uniquely capable of protecting and preserving regional ecosystems as they work their land and provide field-fresh foods to local communities.
Rural Farmlands are farms located outside the boundaries of a village, town or city. They are similar in many respects to Wild Farmlands, though they are not adjacent to wilderness areas. Wild farmlands, then, are Rural, but Rural Farmlands are not Wild Farmlands.