In 2016, the City of Paris, France created the "Parisculteurs" program to facilitate and accelerate urban agriculture projects in the city. The program gives farmers who are willing to set up urban agricultural farming projects access to land and funding through yearly public tenders. The program aims to find sites - rooftops, walls, parking lots, open lots - and to give farmers the opportunity to establish their production in Paris. Since the creation of Parisculteurs, more than 50 projects have been implemented and 50 additional projects are under development. Paris currently has over 30 hectares of agricultural land within city boundaries, one of the leading cities in this field. Parisculteurs followed a collaborative approach based on partnerships to find additional sites across the city, and recently the broader metropolitan area. As of 2022, a total of 82 endorsing partners have committed to urban greening and the development of urban agriculture by signing the "100 hectares" charter. Sites for the Parisculteurs public tenders have in most cases been offered by these partners. Parisculteurs public tenders aim to identify and provide access to sites on land owned by the City of Paris or its partners, and make them available for agricultural projects carried by third-party organizations (non-profits, companies, start-ups, etc.). The public tender cycle for Parisculteurs includes "the search for sites suitable for agricultural projects, site selection, a competitive bidding process to retain an organization capable of carrying out a project that is appropriate, realistic, and adapted to the site, and support in the establishment and management of the project" (Ref.1). This approach allows to implement a large variety of projects in terms of their aims (productive, recreational, participatory) and cultivation methods (greenhouse, open ground, underground, etc.).