KQED: SF’s Groundbreaking Urban Agriculture Program Turns One

Urban Agriculture Program for SF Gardeners

KQED’s Bay Area Bites highlights the city’s new Urban Agriculture Program, which is celebrating the completion of its first year.  “Available open space in San Francisco may be scarce, as real estate prices continue to rise and prominent urban ag projects have given way to condo development, but the hunger for urban agriculture shows no sign of waning. Wait list times for some community gardens are upwards of several years. A new city program is addressing the insatiable demand by providing resources to San Francisco gardeners and helping them find places to get their hands dirty and grow their own food.”  Click here to read the entire article.