Berkeley: From Farm to Urban Farming, 1850-2013
The exhibit highlights the farms, dairies, nurseries, and orchards that dotted Berkeley’s land in the early days and chronicles the continued importance of agriculture today with the community garden and urban farm movements. Through photographs, maps, objects, and first-hand accounts, it follows Berkeley’s transition from a rural territory in the 19th century to a residential, educational, and manufacturing community in the 20th century to the current urban farm movement. Through Sept. 28.
Created by Lindar
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