The Diggable City, Phase II: Urban Agriculture Inventory Findings and Recommendations

As a follow up to the 2005 report, The Diggable City: Making Urban Agriculture a Planning Priority, City Council directed the Portland Food Policy Council to advise Council on how best to proceed with the “Diggable City” report. The FPC formed the Urban Agriculture Subcommittee to explore the impediments to community gardens and other urban agricultural uses on city-owned properties and to develop a management plan for use of these lands.

Downloadable Documents: 
Amanda Rhoads, Paul Rosenbloom, Paul Sunderland, and Steve Cohen
Portland, OR: Portland Multnomah Food Policy Council
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Publication Date: 
February 1, 2006
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Reports and Studies