Support the SF Urban Agriculture Alliance Zoning Proposal

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Little City Gardens, thanks to the hard work of many people, last month the City officially announced a proposal that, if passed, will update San Francisco’s zoning regulations to explicitly permit gardening in all areas of the city and also officially allow for the sale of produce grown in these gardens. Whoo-hoo!

Please, if you can, join the San Francisco Urban Agriculture Alliance at the public hearing to voice your comments and show your support.

The more people who are present at City Hall for the review of this proposal, the more apparent it is to the Planning Commission that residents of San Francisco value agriculture as a vital part of our city.

We feel strongly that in order for agriculture to be a lasting fixture in our city, made up of a diverse mix of people, skills and backgrounds, there has to be a way for urban farmers to make a living.

We feel strongly that in order for agriculture to be a lasting fixture in our city, made up of a diverse mix of people, skills and backgrounds, there has to be a way for urban farmers to make a living.

Here is an article about the proposal that appeared on the front page of the Chronicle last month and another article in the SF Examiner.

If you don’t have time to come to the February 17th Planning Commission hearing you can still support the passage of this important legislation by signing this petition.

Date: Thursday, February 17, 2011
Time: 1:30 PM
Location: City Hall, San Francisco