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You're invited to a San Francisco farm

Though it seems uncommon to have yard space in San Francisco, we've found that there are several small yards around the city, and now, we're turning them into farms.

When walking the streets of San Francisco it's unlikely to see the large well-mowed front lawns so common in some American suburbs.  In fact, mostly you see pavement.  High rises.  And depending which neighborhood you're in you may even see someone peeing on the street.  You don't expect to see tomato plants, or bunches of kale and lettuce.
Now, you will.
When we launched our Neighborhood Foodscape initiative in San Francisco at the end of 2015 we learned that there are all sorts of hidden space treasures in the neighborhoods in San Francisco.  Big backyards, beautiful gardens, flat brown landscapes (because we're not watering our grass in a drought, remember?), forgotten fruit trees, and tiny tucked away yards.  We're excited to be putting these unused spaces to good use, growing food to feed the community.  We're growing vegetables, fruits, herbs, honey, and will have other food items (like pasture-raised eggs, meats, grains) from other local farms available for members.
Transforming a backyard in San Francisco from grass to garden.
Whether you have yard space, a neglected fruit tree, or just want to enjoy the food and friendships from your community, you're invited to join us!  There is still time to join our Neighborhood Foodscape in San Francisco.  We're holding an info session and open house on Monday, February 8, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm.  You're invited to join us to learn more, meet fellow fresh food enthusiasts, and enjoy farm fresh snacks.  For more details and to RSVP, go to the event page.
We look forward to picking carrots and breaking local bread with you!
Forgotten fruit trees in San Francisco bear delicious and healthy fruit that no one picks :-(
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