Urban Agriculture Program Brings Community Farm to CD 9

On May 18, Councilman Curren Price attended the ribbon cutting for the South LA Community Farm in celebration of their one-year anniversary.  

This is the first urban farm in the City under the Urban Agriculture Incentive Zone (UAIZ)—a statewide program that allows property owners to lease their land to food growers and receive tax benefits. This initiative makes it possible for local organizations such as All Peoples Community Center and the American Friends Service Committee to work with property owners and bring fruitful projects to the area.

"Through the UAIZ policy, we are able to repurpose vacant and underutilized land in our city to increase healthy food access, expand green space, reduce blight and bring economic opportunities to our communities," said Councilman Price. "Urban Ag Incentive Zones provide a very important tool to help improve the quality of life in our neighborhoods."

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