Why Does it Take $46K to Start a Community Garden in San Diego?

San Diego CityBeat | January 14, 2009
The nonprofit International Rescue Committee never thought it would spend $46,000 to get permits for an organic garden on the stretch of unused, city-owned land. They figured that the city surely would want folks to farm the land, in the name of food security.

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