Greenhouse Project wants agriculture on site marketed for housing

By J.K. Dineen. 10/9/2016. SF Chronicle front page story investigating The Greenhouse Project's goal for the 770 Woolsey site, its history and present opportunities. 


Unveiling

波特拉花園區標誌 揭牌

記者黃少華. 眾多社區人士和環保組織見證波特拉花園區手繪標誌揭牌。

By Shawn Huang. 3/13/17. World Journal covers community festivities at the Portola's Garden District Unveiling event. 


Planning Puzzle in the Portola: green space, housing plans clash. 

By J.K. Dineen. 8/1/2017. The SF Chronicle covers recent updates in the neighborhood's efforts to preserve agricultural use of the historic nursery block in light of the recent sale of the property to real estate developer Group i. 


SF recommits to urban agriculture during housing crisis

By Joshua Sabatini. 4/26/2017. With the closure of San Francisco's only commercial urban farm, Little City Gardens, last year, Supervisor Hillary Ronen introduced a resolution recommitting the city to agriculture.


Urban Agriculture or More Housing? 

By Nuala Sawyer. 8/2/2017. SF Weekly covers the Garden District, where one block of greenhouses is all that remains of Portola's garden industry, and its future is uncertain. 


Community Comes Together to Celebrate San Francisco's Garden District

By Alex Hobbs. 3/28/2017. Local blog the Portola Planet covers the community's celebration for SF's recognizing the Portola as the city's official Garden District, and the unveiling of the neighborhood's new Welcome to the Garden District Sign


The Greenhouse Project: Bringing San Francisco’s forgotten flower farm back to life 

By Maya De Paula Hanika. 12/11/2014. Local radio station KALW interviews founding Greenhouse Project board member Juan Carlos Cancino.


The Last Flower Children Guard San Francisco’s Most Secret Garden 

By Lars Russell. 9/19/2010. Beat Valley Press does an in-depth expose of the history & current state of the University Mound Nursery greenhouses. 


San Francisco Says Grow a Farm, Reap a Tax Break 

By Lauren Murrow. 5/29/2015. San Francisco Magazine covers pioneering legislature AB511, which was developed and supported by multiple TGP board members, and provides tax incentives for owners of empty lots who put their land into cultivation.