Berkeley Community Gardening Collaborative
BCGC is composed of diverse community garden members who share a common commitment to organic, urban agriculture and access to healthy food for all residents of Berkeley.

City Farmer
City Farmer teaches people how to grow food in the city, compost their waste and take care of their home landscape in an environmentally responsible way.

Urban Agriculture News
A news service providing a review of daily news pertinent to the community of practitioners & developers that are planning & practicing alternative farming in cities.

USDA Urban Farming Page
The Alternative Farming Systems Information Center focuses on topics related to sustainable and alternative agricultural systems, crops and livestock, including working to implement the NAL mission of “advancing access to global information for agriculture.”

Urban Farming
Urban Farming’s mission is to create an abundance of food for people in need by planting gardens on unused land and space while increasing diversity, educating youth, adults and seniors and providing an environmentally sustainable system to uplift communities.

Urban Farm Online
Online component of a magazine which “promotes the benefits of self-sufficiency and provides the tools with which to do it on any size property.”

Hayes Valley Farm
Hayes Valley Farm is a 2.2-acre non-profit community-run farm and urban agriculture education and research project located in the heart of San Francisco.

Getting Dirty, Eating Local
KQED post on urban farming in Berkeley.

Vertical Farm
Site discussing the merits of a non-traditional farming method.

SF Gate
Article detailing Gavin Newsom’s plan for healthier food in the city of San Francisco.

San Francisco Urban Agriculture Alliance
Article detailing Gavin Newsom’s plan for healthier food in the city of San Francisco.

Alemany Farm
The SFUAA “promotes the growing of food within San Francisco… through advocacy, education, and grassroots action”.

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  1. Belitsos Amy says:

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