Campaign City Council to Approve Edible Landscaping for Holly Shores Park Master Plan

Feb 28, 2014

We believe the Food Forest’s mission for free, publicly-accessible, organically-grown food is in fact one of the BEST USES of public land.

Do you agree?

Let the city know!

When: Thursday, March 6, 2014 at 4:00pm

Where: Austin City Hall

Background: In September 2009, City Council passed a resolution that reallocated funds from the Holly Good Neighbor Program to develop a Master Plan for Edward Rendon Sr Park at Festival Beach, Fiesta Gardens and the Holly Power Plant Site Park, which provides an additional 9 acres of parkland.

The Master Plan will serve as a guide for best uses for new and existing parkland and facilities. Currently, edible landscaping is on the map – and we want to stay there! Please, join us in encouraging the City to approve a master plan which includes the Food Forest!

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