The future of Bay Area agriculture

From SPUR:

American Farmland Trust, Greenbelt Alliance and Sustainable Agriculture Education (SAGE) are working with leaders to create a regional vision and “blueprint” for the future of Bay Area agriculture. Learn more about findings from a recent study and how various community leaders are working together to plan for and preserve this bountiful asset to our region. With Serena Unger from American Farmland Trust, Jeremy Madsen from Greenbelt Alliance and Sibella Kraus from SAGE.

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