Urban farming is not a new concept. We follow 70-year old K. Rashid Nuri, an African-American Harvard educated man who has worked in agriculture in more than 30 countries around the world. Fifteen years ago, he settled in Atlanta and built Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture. In 2016, he bought the run-down site of an Atlanta housing project and create an urban farm and education center in the middle of a crime-ridden food desert. This 3-year old project has transformed the neighborhood. But with the farm came gentrification and the complex issue of how creating a food oasis may also be creating a housing crisis.