To provide an opportunity for all Oakley neighbors, regardless of differences in income, race or social status, to have access to fresh, healthy, locally produced foods. A central, public space for neighbors to gather and support their farmers, artisans, and crafters enhances community self sufficiency and offers a practical resolution to issues of food insecurity. Addressing these large issues at the local level builds strong community ties, revives our local economy, and restores invaluable connections to our neighborhood, our farmers and farmland, and each other.
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