I recently posted about the gorgeous but doomed to be destroyed front yard vegetable garden of a couple in Quebec here.
I'm happy to report not only a victory for them, but a change in the city's new guidelines for urban gardens!
Over 30,000 gardeners took action over the past three weeks in support of the food garden cause. The first and most important was the Drummondville front yard garden case which attracted over 30,000 petition signatures and significant international media. Earlier this week, the Drummondville Municipal Council announced that henceforth front yard kitchen gardens will be allowed, and have even invited the gardeners, Josée Landry and Michel Beauchamp, to help shape the city's new guidelines for urban food gardens. You can see the news story translated here.
It's nice to win one, but a pain in the arse for what we have to do to enable our basic rights.