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neighborhood food act

Posted: December 23 2015


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Last week the state of California took a stand against the tyranny of the suburban lawn by passing the Neighborhood Food Act.
The Neighborhood Food Act, AB 2561, is just one of several sustainable foods bills signed into law by California Gov. Jerry Brown last week. Designed to remove barriers to growing food for personal consumption, the bill ensures that people have the right to grow food for themselves regardless of their housing status, and includes provisions that would completely overturn local zoning ordinances that prohibit growing food in front yards, back yards, or otherwise vacant lots (assuming they’re owned by the grower) in “residential” areas and other types of zones.
To read more about this and to find some links with more information on the food bills, CLICK HERE
Always more to be done.