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Life & Times, June 6, 2006

KCET's Life & Times transcript of news segment on the South Los Angeles Farm controversy

Val Zavala>> Tonight on Life and Times --

How did the seeds of dissent take root in a community garden?

Julia Butterfly Hill>> Peoples' commitment has turned an old, destroyed, abandoned lot into the largest thriving, working, Urban Farm in the country.

Joe Hicks>> What's the common sense approach to what that's all about? Frankly, people perched in trees is not a common sense approach.

Val Zavala>> And then, they might make us feel dumb now, but these Science Fair contestants are the hope for our future.

These stories and more next on tonight's Life and Times.

Announcer>> Life and Times is made possible through the generous support of the L.K. Whittier Foundation dedicated to improving the quality of life by supporting innovative endeavors in the fields of medicine, health, science and education.

And by a generous grant from Jim and Anne Rothenberg.

Val Zavala>> How did something that was supposed to be so good for a community turn into a major battle? I'm talking about the community garden, or the Urban Farm, south of downtown. Supporters and some celebrities want to save it. The owner wants to develop it. And after years of legal feuding, it's come down to the wire.

Growing alongside this fourteen acre oasis in South Los Angeles has been a fourteen year controversy, a three-way tug-of-war between farmers, the owner and the city of Los Angeles culminating in actresses Darryl Hannah and Alicia Silverstone, tree sitter Julia Butterfly Hill, and a host of voluntary activists intent on saving this Urban Farm even if it means being forcibly evicted.

Julia Butterfly Hill>> Peoples' commitment has turned an old, destroyed, abandoned lot into the largest, thriving, working Urban Farm in the country.

Joe Hicks>> It'll be portrayed in much of the media as the poor farmers getting driven off their land by a greedy farm owner and a bunch of, you know, jack-booted police officers driving them off the land.

Julia Butterfly Hill>> There's this view that says we need money, we need money, we need money.

Val Zavala>> The signs hanging on the fences are referring to the owner, Ralph Horowitz, who's been staying away from the cameras and the press.

Joe Hicks>> The people advocating on behalf of this farm argue that it's a case of the greedy versus the needy.

Val Zavala>> Joe Hicks is with CommUnity Advocates and has been watching the feud over the South Central farm escalate. He believes it's gotten out of hand.

Joe Hicks>> Well, the cameras are there and it's a hot issue and, well, why not? So they drive their Priuses there, take their sunglasses off and take calls on their cell phones and make it appear that, well, we're just part of the peoples' cause. It's crazy. It's a circus.

Val Zavala>> But others see it differently. Julia Butterfly Hill gained notoriety when she spent two years in a redwood tree.

Julia Butterfly Hill>> Ultimately, for me, what this farm represents is a healing and what's possible.

Val Zavala>> How did something that was supposed to help a community turn into a prolonged, political and legal battle? Well, it started back in the 1980s. Ralph Horowitz owned this swath of land in the industrial belt along Alameda, but then the city of Los Angeles came along and forced him to sell the land to the city through eminent domain. The city wanted to build a trash incinerator plant, but that project never happened.

So Horowitz said, "Well, in that case, if you're not using the land, I ought to be able to buy it back from the city", and he did. The only problem was, by that time, more than three hundred farmers had settled in, and how did that happen? Because after the 1992 riots, the city agreed to let the mostly low-income Latino farmers cultivate the land temporarily.

Rufina Suarez>> This tree here, the guava tree, and the banana trees were here I would say like ten years.

Val Zavala>> Rufina Suarez is one of the leaders of South Central Farmers. We met her when we first covered the story two years ago. She says the social network that has evolved is worth more than warehouses.

Rufina Suarez>> It gives them a sense of pride to come out here with the children and teach them how to grow food. It's something that we forget. We're so used to going to the store and just buying. Also, it's a tradition. We're keeping some of our traditions like growing corn.

Val Zavala>> But Joe Hicks says, after several years of legal wrangling, the courts ruled that Ralph Horowitz is the legal owner.

Joe Hicks>> Well, it's hard to defend somebody you don't know, so it's not defending him as an individual. I'm frankly defending what I perceive to be property rights, individual rights, versus squatters frankly that are occupying this land. They should be grateful that they've been able to use this piece of land for something like fourteen years. This guy owns the land. There's no real debate fundamentally about that.

Tezo>> He still doesn't have it completely. What he wanted was the ability to dispossess us of being on the land. The ability to remove us from the land is what he wants.

Val Zavala>> Is he the legal owner right now?

Tezo>> No, because the title is clouded.

Val Zavala>> Tezo represents the farmers and says he doesn't blame Horowitz for the situation. He blames the city specifically for selling the land back to Horowitz in 2003. He called it a backroom deal.

Tezo>> The city created this situation. They don't want to admit that they made a mistake because politically it makes them look bad and all of those people are still in office.

Val Zavala>> Tezo says Mayor Villaraigosa has given the farm lip service, but no money. City Councilwoman, Jan Perry, represents the area. We talked with her when we first covered the story.

Jan Perry>> The mayor at the time made an agreement and it was a month-to-month agreement with the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank and the Food Bank administered the gardening program in front of the Food Bank, which is --

Val Zavala>> -- knowing that it was month-to-month and it could change at any time?

Jan Perry>> It's always been month-to-month.

Val Zavala>> I think what's happened is some of that has not been communicated --

Jan Perry>> -- it's quite possible that there has been a major gap in communication.

Val Zavala>> Perry was involved in negotiations with Horowitz who has agreed to donate more than two acres for a soccer field, but Tezo is unimpressed.

Tezo>> The disappointment has always been with the lack of involvement from our councilwoman, Jan Perry. I think that she has taken this on as a personal vendetta to shut this project down because it really has challenged some of the deals that she had cut with Horowitz, specifically the 2.6 acres for the soccer field.

Val Zavala>> There is one solution: raise enough money to buy the land from Horowitz. How much would it take? $16.3 million.

Julia Butterfly Hill>> At this point, we've raised a lot of money. We are much closer to his sixteen million then we were, you know, two weeks ago.

Val Zavala>> I heard it was about six million.

Julia Butterfly Hill>> I'm sorry?

Val Zavala>> I heard it was about six million that was firm, so you're actually about ten million away.

Julia Butterfly Hill>> Actually, we're much, much closer than that, but we're not allowed to give the details, which has been very difficult because then it makes it look like we haven't made any movement.

Val Zavala>> Some farmers didn't wait for this complicated situation to be resolved. A couple dozen have gone on to other community gardens. A story in the LA Weekly said some of them left after South Central Farmers' leaders pressured them into taking political action. Joe Hicks calls the organization's political agenda radical.

Joe Hicks>> So what you got are squatters, straight and simple, with a very radical political agenda. Anybody that just doesn't believe this, go on their website. It's like right out of the communist manifesto almost against a guy who's simply saying, "I want to be able to do what I want to do with my property. I own it."

Val Zavala>> One of South Central farm's brochures reads, "We are calling on all supporters to join against this holocaustic aggression against the poor working people of South Los Angeles." It's true that the activists see the cause as larger than just this Urban Farm.

Julia Butterfly Hill>> Because the vision for this farm is so huge, I literally think it's going to become a place where people come from all over the world to see it.

Val Zavala>> Horowitz made this statement when we first did the story: "I have a huge mortgage, real estate taxes, liability insurance, all costs and expenses that any private property owner has. I don't want to seem heartless, but I don't feel any compunction about putting the land to the use for which it is intended."

Until the sheriff comes along, organizers have set up a working kitchen, tents and a media post. There's a vigil atmosphere as the tree sitters, volunteers and some of the remaining farmers stand by waiting for the Los Angeles County Sheriff to show up.

Tezo>> We met with the sheriff yesterday and their basic situation is that, unless Horowitz pulls the eviction, it's imminent.

Joe Hicks>> I'm sure the sheriff, Sheriff Baca, are going "How can we avoid all of that?" So either it gets extended out, which isn't fair to the owner here, or it gets ugly very quick.

Rufina Suarez>> But there has to be some win-win solution if we really sit down and think about it. We have to think out of the box.

Val Zavala>> But so far, thinking out of the box or out on a limb hasn't resolved the issue.

Life and Times now has a blog and it's the perfect place for you to tell us what you think of the South Central Farmers. Just go to kcet.org and click on the Life and Times Blog.

 

 
   
 
 
   

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