The Bay Area is known for its passion for food and its forward-thinking policy. The region’s central cities have the potential to combine the two, leading the nation by demonstrating how municipal policy can catalyze the development of urban agriculture, build a stronger regional food system and create healthier communities.
This program is generously supported by the Clif Bar Family Foundation, the Columbia Foundation, the Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation and the Seed Fund.
Lead staff: Eli Zigas, Food Systems and Urban Agriculture Program Manager,firstname.lastname@example.org
How a stronger regional food system benefits the Bay Area
Expanding the use of public land for urban agriculture in San Francisco
An interactive map of existing, pending and potential sites for urban agriculture in the city
New legislation makes it legal to grow and sell produce in San Francisco and Oakland