|Date:||Aug 1, 2018|
|Topic(s):||Economic Development: General, Environment: Food, Environment: General, Health: General|
It details local regulations on market and community gardens as well as rules for selling produce. It includes tips to find the right locations to plant food gardens and opportunities for education on growing and selling. It addresses topics such as plant selection and soil safety.
The fact sheet also lists many of the organizations and resources leading the way in community gardening and food farming in Buffalo, including Grassroots Gardens, the Massachusetts Avenue Project, the African Heritage Food Co-op, and more. This fact sheet was drafted by Colleen Roberts, a law student at the University at Buffalo School of Law.