Most governments in the developing countries are yet to realize the importance of agriculture in regional development. Rice, which is a staple food, is a development indicator with spatial implication for sustainable food production. This book explores the extent to which rice is cultivated in Igbemo – a typical rice growing community in Ekiti State Nigeria. It reveals the level of consumption in Igbemo region and government intervention at improving production to enhance the living standard of people in the regional communities. Various strategies are highlighted as means of revitalizing the rice farming system in the town for possible impact on people’s economy in the region. The book promises to be a vital reference to regional policy makers in government and researchers in rice in private and non-governmental organisations.