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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 08, 2022

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Gill Tract Community Farm

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Since their removal from UC-owned vacant lots Wednesday, members of the Indigenous Land Action Committee, or ILAC, and their supporters have continued to advocate joint stewardship of the land and its placement under a conservation easement to preserve the land for farming and research.
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Since their removal from UC-owned vacant lots Wednesday, members of the Indigenous Land Action Committee, or ILAC, and their supporters have continued to advocate joint stewardship of the land and its placement under a conservation easement to preserve the land for farming and research.
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On Thursday, opponents of a land development project protested a state court ruling that would allow the project to advance.
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On Thursday, opponents of a land development project protested a state court ruling that would allow the project to advance.
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In what may be the final legal hurdle in a long-running battle, a state court ruled in favor of a contentious land development project near the UC Gill Tract Community Farm in Albany earlier this month.
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In what may be the final legal hurdle in a long-running battle, a state court ruled in favor of a contentious land development project near the UC Gill Tract Community Farm in Albany earlier this month.
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The UC Regents discussed efforts to institutionalize food security across the university at their Thursday meeting.
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The UC Regents discussed efforts to institutionalize food security across the university at their Thursday meeting.
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UC President Janet Napolitano announced her support for the creation of local food sustainability and security projects in UC’s Global Food Initiative Wednesday.
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UC President Janet Napolitano announced her support for the creation of local food sustainability and security projects in UC’s Global Food Initiative Wednesday.
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