Urban Agriculture

Plan Tucson promotes community food security through policies that a) focus on the role of zoning land use regulations to reduce barriers to local food production and distribution, and b) support a wide range of opportunities, including small-scale home and community gardens, gleaning, and local farms. Collaboration with key partners is emphasized.

 

Use the links below to explore the specific urban agriculture policies in Plan Tucson; community partners that assist the City in achieving these policies; and urban agriculture-related metrics, including the City’s sustainability rating in food access & nutrition.

 

Plan Tucson Policies               Community Partners               Urban Agriculture Metrics

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