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Bringing neighbors together to build a more sustainable, resilient
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Berkeley. We envision a strong, diverse local economy,
with a greatly reduced 
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and a cooperative, rewarding, community life.

Occupy the Farm

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Looking through the fenced-in land of the Gil Tract. UCB has been using this land for Genetic research, and currently has it slated for rezoning and development in 2013.
Posted by Bonnie Borucki on April 22, 2012 Full Size| Slideshow

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Reply Bonnie
7:31 PM on January 25, 2013 
Hi Sally,

What date is the dance party?
Please distribute this announcement to your members/supporters/allies/friends

Help Keep the Gill Tract as Farmland and Regional Agroecological Resource

Albany Farm Alliance Benefit Dance Party - Valentine for the Gill Tract
Time: 6:30 to 10:30 PM
Location: Ashkenaz - 1317 San Pablo Ave. near Gilman, Berkeley

Dance to the beat of Sauce Piquante, the Starlings, and the Funky Nixons. A family friendly event to help keep the Gill Tract permanently as farmland and establish a world class agroecological center to serve the people of the Bay Area and beyond. Backroom community-building activities include allied organizations' interactive information tables, a film clip from Occupy the Farm documentary, and an art table for kids creating valentines and visions for the Gill Tract.

The Gill Tract is 20 acres of agricultural land presently owned by UC Berkeley at the corner of Marin and San Pablo in Albany, CA. It has been kept from commercial development by various local citizens' groups for over 15 years. Beginning last Earth Day, 'Occupy the Farm' occupied and farmed the land for several weeks and sparked renewed interest and commitment to developing and maintaining the space as a valuable urban agricultural resource.
Donation: $10 - $25

[email protected]
albanyfarmalliance.com
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Reply sally
7:21 PM on January 25, 2013 
Please distribute this announcement to your members/supporters/allies/friends

Help Keep the Gill Tract as Farmland and Regional Agroecological Resource

Albany Farm Alliance Benefit Dance Party - Valentine for the Gill Tract
Time: 6:30 to 10:30 PM
Location: Ashkenaz - 1317 San Pablo Ave. near Gilman, Berkeley

Dance to the beat of Sauce Piquante, the Starlings, and the Funky Nixons. A family friendly event to help keep the Gill Tract permanently as farmland and establish a world class agroecological center to serve the people of the Bay Area and beyond. Backroom community-building activities include allied organizations' interactive information tables, a film clip from Occupy the Farm documentary, and an art table for kids creating valentines and visions for the Gill Tract.

The Gill Tract is 20 acres of agricultural land presently owned by UC Berkeley at the corner of Marin and San Pablo in Albany, CA. It has been kept from commercial development by various local citizens' groups for over 15 years. Beginning last Earth Day, 'Occupy the Farm' occupied and farmed the land for several weeks and sparked renewed interest and commitment to developing and maintaining the space as a valuable urban agricultural resource.
Donation: $10 - $25

[email protected]
albanyfarmalliance.com

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