Regardless of how you felt about Hayes Valley Farm, you have to admit it was an innovative repurposing of an otherwise dormant piece of property. Phil Ting, who represents the western half of San Francisco in the California Assembly, would … Continue reading
Just a couple of months ago there was a farm here, and before that, a freeway. You wouldn’t know it, however, by the current looks of things at Parcels O and P.
Shortly before Hayes Valley Farm vacated its location on June 1st, we stopped by and interviewed its co-founder, Jay Rosenberg, on the Farm’s origins, its philosophy, and the road ahead.
Since the raid of the Occupy protests early morning on Thursday, Hayes Valley Farm has been well-guarded by dozens of police officers patrolling its perimeter.
Twitter/@angelk San Francisco police raided the former site of Hayes Valley Farm just before 2AM this morning, clearing out protestors who had been occupying the location for nearly two weeks.
The Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association has written to Mayor Ed Lee asking for “swift and timely” action to resolve the situation at the former site of Hayes Valley Farm.
The group of activists that broke into the former site of Hayes Valley Farm on Saturday allegedly received an eviction notice last night.
A group of about 30 protestors has broken into the just-closed Hayes Valley Farm this afternoon, in an effort to “liberate the land.”
It’s here, folks — the end of the road for the Hayes Valley Farm.
Hayes Valley Farm As you probably know by now, this is the final month for Hayes Valley Farm in its current form. This Sunday, which happens to be Cinco de Mayo, they’re hosting a “Final Farm Fiesta” to celebrate with … Continue reading