Soil Born Farms workers Jared Clark, left, and Jessica Sharkey pack beets and turnips for market in 2009. Soil Born Farms has a $250,000 USDA grant to get a distribution network for local food from dozens of small local farms.
Soil Born Farms workers Jared Clark, left, and Jessica Sharkey pack beets and turnips for market in 2009. Soil Born Farms has a $250,000 USDA grant to get a distribution network for local food from dozens of small local farms. Anne Chadwick Williams awilliams@sacbee.com
Soil Born Farms workers Jared Clark, left, and Jessica Sharkey pack beets and turnips for market in 2009. Soil Born Farms has a $250,000 USDA grant to get a distribution network for local food from dozens of small local farms. Anne Chadwick Williams awilliams@sacbee.com
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