Open Source Food

Open Source Food

Open Source Food

Berkeley Open Source Food is a project by UC Berkeley that wants to increase access to affordable fresh produce in urban landscapes. They test urban soils, map produce, produce field guides to wild edible plants, and promote policy changes that encourage harvesting and planting of publicly accessible plants. Right now, their work is mostly focused on Richmond, Berkeley, and West Oakland.

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Berkeley Open Source Food is a project by UC Berkeley that wants to increase access to affordable fresh produce in urban landscapes. They test urban soils, map produce, produce field guides to wild... Read more
By The Scholar, Apr 28
The Berkeley community weighs in on crop swaps
By The Homesteader, Dec 16
Location: Berkeley Farmer's Market, Berkeley, CA Featuring: Santa Bariani (Bariani Olive Oil), Ted Fuller (Highland Hills Ranch), John Lagier (Lagier Ranch), Eduardo Morell (Morrell Bakery),... Read more
By The Consumer, May 21
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