Policy to establish community gardens for vulnerable groups to earn income and increase food production for residents
Policy that supports development of microenterprises for organic food production, processing and retail. It establishes the opportunity for private (or public) land holders to receive property tax waivers to allow land to be used for organic urban agriculture.
Policy to support urban agriculture in order to improve food and nutritional security of the population. The use of property for urban agriculture is considered a “social function”, and facilitates transfer of private property to UA uses.
Provides for range of urban agriculture practices and future policy framework in order to increase food sources and nutrition for self-reliance. It recognizes UA as a tool for economic development and effective land use (cultivation, livestock, land use) through city-run urban farms. It includes provisions for policy development related to: water, human resources, material resources, financial resources, legel and regulatory issues, institutional framework, health and environment issues, socio-cultural dimensions, economic dimensions