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Urban Agriculture Teach-In at the Resilient Communities Legal Cafe!

Hosted by the Sustainable Economies Law Center

Wednesday, July 17, 2013 from 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT)

Oakland, CA

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Free Walk-in Legal Advice starts at 4:30pm

Urban Farming Discussion starts at 6:00pm l $10 Suggested Donation

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As part of our ongoing Resilient Communities Legal Cafe series, SELC's specialists and attorneys will be discussing the thorny legal issues around urban agriculture in our cities! SELC will provide basic legal education and advice on issues such as Oakland and Berkeley’s regulations around urban farming and raising livestock within city limits,nonprofits operating urban farms, sale of produce grown in urban environments, soil testing, leasing land, and more! Don’t let your urban farming project fail because of the law. Come and learn how to make your urban agriculture project thrive!

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Crossroads Cafe
942 Stanford Avenue
Oakland, CA 94608

Wednesday, July 17, 2013 from 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT)


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Hosted by the Sustainable Economies Law Center

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The Sustainable Economies Law Center (SELC) charts the changing legal territory of the new economy, educating communities and individuals about the possibilities and limits of creative economic structures, and advocating for laws that clear the way for more sustainable economic development. SELC provides essential legal tools — education, research, advice, and advocacy — to support this transition to localized, resilient economies. Our work focuses on practices that promote justice and sharing, including cooperatives, community currencies, community-supported enterprises, local investing, cohousing, urban agriculture, community renewable energy, and other innovative economic strategies.

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