Berkeley Edible Gardens Initiative: Report back from April 4th Planning Commission Meeting

Berkeley Edible Gardens Initiative: Report back from April 4th Planning Commission Meeting

Thank you to everyone who came out to the Berkeley Planning Commission’s hearing on the Edible Gardening Initiative.
Here is a recap of what happened:
Two options were presented to the Planning Commission: option A would allow people to sell and trade their homegrown edibles with no zoning certificate, while option B would require that… Read more »

Exciting Update on Berkeley Edible Gardens Initiative

Exciting Update on Berkeley Edible Gardens Initiative

The Ecology Center and the Berkeley Food Policy Council support the Berkeley Edible Gardens Initiative (BEGI), a campaign to allow neighbors to sell or trade the surplus edibles they produce in their yards. For more background on how BEGI got started, see this article from a past issue of Terrain. We are pleased to share… Read more »