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Little City Gardens – cherry tomato-sized urban farm in San Francisco

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“We are a partnership of two women who love to garden and want to be immersed in the dirt of our food systems.”

By Andrew Simmons
SF Weekly
Jan. 13, 2010

Brooke Budner and Caitlyn Galloway are the guerrilla green thumbs behind Little City Gardens, a cherry tomato-sized urban farm in the Mission. Simultaneously a small salad mix business, a hub of food/community positivity, and what the farmers themselves call “a working model of food production in [the city],” Little City Gardens hooks up Bar Tartine and several local caterers with greens (delivered, quite awesomely, on foot and by bike), offers tours, conducts workshops, and generally keeps it as real as water, soil, sun, and fat, writhing earthworms.

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