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An Urban Farm in every square mile

San Francisco is 7 miles wide and 7 miles long

49 square miles =
49 Farms

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S.F. farmers delight! Urban agriculture now in the law

By John Coté, San Francisco Chronicle  |  April 20, 2011

It's no longer illegal in this locally-sourced foodie capital to grow Swiss chard in your backyard and sell it to the corner restaurant.

With the stroke of pen -- punctuated by a celebratory "salad toast" of local greens -- Mayor Ed Lee today signed legislation that allows for "urban agriculture" throughout the city, including the sale of produce from gardens.

"We're going to make this legal!" Lee declared as he stood surrounded by sprouting vegetables and urban farmers at Little City Gardens in the Mission Terrace neighborhood. Read more >>