Policy for 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.
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San Francisco is habitat for 800,000 people – meeting needs for space to work, play, and learn; for food, water, and air; for community with local flora and fauna. SF Environment provides support for urban agriculture and forestry and green buildings, helping residents and businesses harness environmental opportunities.