UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ has called for an “outside review” into the actions of university police, after officers detained two black children last week.
A sustainable agriculture organization that hopes to create an urban farm and training program for the next generation of urban farmers has nearly broken ground.
The new development at UC Berkeley’s University Village has been given final legal approval, after an appeal by Occupy the Farm was rejected last week.
Earlier this week, a Superior Court judge in Oakland rejected a lawsuit related to a proposed mixed-use development project in Albany.
Urban Adamah has purchased a 2.2-acre lot next to a restored section of Codornices Creek in West Berkeley.
For the third time in less than a week, Cal staff plowed up crops planted in Albany by a group of activists working to turn a lot slated for development into a farm.
A Superior Court judge in Oakland has tentatively denied a lawsuit to block a mixed-use project including a grocery store in Albany, but his final decision remains pending.
Despite arrests Monday and the destruction by UC Berkeley of seedlings they had planted in rows over the weekend, Occupy the Farm activists returned to Albany.
Police arrested several people Monday in Albany after activists marched onto a plot of land with the goal to turn it into an urban farm.