San Francisco’s Urban Agriculture Program

Launched in January 2014, San Francisco’s Urban Agriculture Program aims to facilitate the use of urban land for farming and horticulture, apiaries, and animal husbandry.  To do so, it supports and manages a program of community gardens on city-owned property, where members can grow produce and ornamental plants for personal use, and Urban Agriculture Resource Centers, where all levels of urban agriculturalists can access free supplies (e.g., mulch, compost, and soil) and participate in educational opportunities.  As of December 2014, the program encompassed 38 community gardens and had established its first resource center at the Golden Gate Park.

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