City Slicker Farms Breaks Ground On New Urban Park and Farm 

The 1.4-acre lot at 28th and Peralta streets aims to create a more reliable source of fresh produce.

In the last decade, organizations such as People's Grocery, Phat Beets Produce, and City Slicker Farms have emerged to create a more equitable food system in Oakland. But while the growing urban agricultural movement has led to an increase in urban homesteading…

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