Urban farmers confront zoning regulations in, around Kansas City

Plowing up zoning restrictions: As urban farming grows, so do conflicts between city zoning laws and farmers. The Kansas City, Mo., City Council is looking to ease some restrictions, while other cities in the area stand firm. The issues — involving where these farmers can farm and sell produce, as well as all manner of livestock questions — tend to pit neighborhood ambiance against the interests of farmers and their customers. (Kansas City Star)

2 Responsesto “Urban farmers confront zoning regulations in, around Kansas City”

  1. In nearby Barre Town, Vermont their was a case of this:


    which recently reached a mediated resolution.

  2. Tedd says:

    Hmm…Very interesting. I wonder if this in the print version of the Kansas City Star. I had bought and read the days paper.
    Nice to see this though.