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Urban Agriculture Incentive Zones ~ National Farmers Market Week 2013
khubaka, michael harris
California grows, packages, ships and help finance nearly 50% of the fruits, vegetables and nuts throughout the United States, while shipping high quality agriculture products around the world. 95% of the residents in the State of California live within the Urban Service Boundary, precluded from most USDA and CDFA programs to assist producers, a vast public policy gap. Urban Agriculture Incentive Zones will provide greater access toward job creation, career advancement and community economic development. National Farmers Market Week 2013 is an opportunity to meet, greet and appreciate the farmers, farmworkers and grocery clerks who provide essential food and nutrition, daily.

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