Types of Urban Agriculture

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San Francisco is home to many types of urban agriculture projects. While some grow food directly, some play a supportive role in education and providing resources for urban agriculture. Some examples are community and school gardens, education and training centers, and materials resource centers. 

Community gardens throughout San Francisco are hosted on public land through the SF Recreation and Parks Department as well as other public and private institutions throughout the city.Read>
Public and private schools throughout San Francisco host green schoolyards and gardens. SFEnvironment partners with San Francisco Green Schoolyard Alliance to support these initiatives. Read>
The Urban Orchards Project plants fruit trees to support increased local food production and provide multiple environmental benefits.Read>