Public Harvest – Urban Agriculture In San Francisco

More than 20 new urban farm and garden projects have launched since 2008, and in 2011 the city changed its zoning code to permit urban agriculture in all neighborhoods. SPUR offers 11 recommendations to expand and coordinate the city’s institutional support, increase funding and provide more access to public land.

LAFPC Urban Agriculture Working Group member and Antioch graduate student Cynthia Hubach also released a report on urban agriculture in Los Angeles County, entitled Urban Agriculture in Los Angeles County: A Survey and Assessment, available under the Resources tab of this website.

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