Urban farming is one of the fastest growing trends in today’s agricultural industry. According to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, urban farms provide food to roughly 700 million city-residents worldwide; nearly one-quarter of the world’s urban population. Broome County is one of the many places on the urban-farming map with Infiniti Greens, a startup growing microgreens in the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator. Infiniti Greens, founded in April, is the result of the efforts of an ambitious Binghamton University senior. Joe Rigoroso, a Business major and Environmental Studies minor from Long Island decided to combine his business acumen with his interests in environmental sustainability and living things to start the company.