Policy provides guidelines for the municipal management of a land bank of green space. These green spaces must be used to promote urban development that supports low-income sectors, improved housing, environmental health, and regional stewardship.
Provides for permits and licenses for butcheries, enable artisanal butchers and meat transporters to operate with its support to benefit food security and good nutrition
Permits and licences help to regulate and control
the keeping of animals
Permits and licenses for those involved in fish and fish products
as a business, whether as a fish farmer, fisherman,
fish monger, transporter or any other
Policy to encourage small business development in small scale production, processing or commercial retail. Establishes a market where small businesses can sell their goods that is managed by the municipality.
Policy to create the first park with space for growing food in the city
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 establish community gardens for vulnerable groups to earn income and increase food production for residents
Policy that allows the city to reclaim, adapt and reuse vacant lots for urban agriculture (community gardens or hay for cows) to prevent environmental degradation of the lots in Camilo Aldao, Argentina.
Policy facilitates growing food in urban gardens to support food security of the very poor. It calls for collaboration among relevant stakeholders to address the variety of topics that arise in urban food production and consumption, including various departments within the city government, non-profits, and businesses.