Help save LA community farm!

From this post at capedmaskedandarmed.com

The South Central Farm project is located on 14 acres of land at 41st and Alameda Streets in the middle South Central Los Angeles. It has been used as a collective community farm since 1992 and is one of the largest urban gardens in the United States. The farm provides food safety, open space, family activities and self relented to the local community. It also feeds 350 families by providing fresh fruits and vegetables on daily basis. Each family has their own plot and grow the plants and food they choose.

Now the city of Los Angeles is trying to take the farm away from the community. They want to turn the land over to developers who will destroy the farm in order to build warehouses or another mega corporation distribution center. Time is running out but there is still hope to save the farm click here to visit the SCF website find out how you can help!