The idea of at home farming is wonderful! It helps promote healthy life habits. Easy access to fresh produce cuts back on processed food consumption which helps the individual as well as the planet. Creating a network of Agripreneurs for the exchange or products and ideas is a such a great tool for at home farmers.
From an outside prospective looking in, I see some great opportunities. While at home farming is helping Agripreneurs and the locals, it has potential to impact the community in other ways. Giving any surplus or unwanted produce to local food banks to distribute to hungry families would be a great way to help the community. With the growing popularity of at home farms, I'm sure there would be reasonable amount of surplus produce that could be donated.
This may already be happening but I think selling farming products and supplies at the Hubs for an "at cost" price may be beneficial for members of the community that want take advantage of at home farming but may not have the resources or money to start up.
This is a link to a sketch I made representing at home farming, agripreneurs, and support: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VkfYKo905nAE8aFDGASCm640uIuIB85PZAG4Ld6zJd8/edit