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Topic - Matthew Mchale
A group of activists reclaimed a tract of land in Albany, Calif., owned by the University of California at Berkeley on Saturday in a takeover they termed Occupy the Farm.
Matthew McHale, an Occupy the Farm spokesman, told the San Jose Mercury News that the group wants to grow food for the poor and set up an urban agricultural center to teach people to use available spaces to grow healthful food.