davidsilver/FlickrUrban farms like Little City Gardens are now able to sell what they grow without having to obtain a costly zoning exemption.After yesterday's unanimous vote by the Board of Supervisors, San Francisco now has the most progressive laws on urban agriculture in the nation. The n ... More >>
Little City GardensIf tomorrow's amended ordinance passes, it'll mean small urban farms like Little City Gardens will be able to sell produce without securing zoning exemptions.In February, S.F.'s Planning Commission voted unanimously to approve new rules for urban agriculture, allowing small gro ... More >>
Little City GardensOur favorite morsel from the blogs.
Growing the green: Heather Smith, who wrote briefly for SFoodie last year, picked up on Little City Gardens, the backyard farm near Dolores Park whose efforts to expand Andrew Simmons has blog-chronicled here. Yesterday at Mission Loc@l, ... More >>
Little City GardensThe backyard garden produces as many as 25 varieties of herbs and salad greens.Brooke Budner and Caitlyn Galloway are the guerrilla green thumbs behind Little City Gardens, a cherry tomato-sized urban farm in the Mission. Simultaneously a small salad mix business, a hub of ... More >>
Chris Kronner: Incorporating dishes from the recent Bruno's pop-ups.
A tweaked Bar Tartine (561 Valencia at 16th St.) reopens for dinner next Tuesday with an entirely revamped menu steeped in classic Northern California comfort cooking and with an emphasis on shared entre ... More >>