Yada Yisreal, 8, and Tirtsah Yisreal of Yisreal Family Farms tend to their family’s half-acre of vegetable garden in October. The Yisreal family is at the forefront of the urban farming and sustainable agriculture movement, which was aided Tuesday by Sacramento’s City Council passing a city farming ordinance.
Yada Yisreal, 8, and Tirtsah Yisreal of Yisreal Family Farms tend to their family’s half-acre of vegetable garden in October. The Yisreal family is at the forefront of the urban farming and sustainable agriculture movement, which was aided Tuesday by Sacramento’s City Council passing a city farming ordinance. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Yada Yisreal, 8, and Tirtsah Yisreal of Yisreal Family Farms tend to their family’s half-acre of vegetable garden in October. The Yisreal family is at the forefront of the urban farming and sustainable agriculture movement, which was aided Tuesday by Sacramento’s City Council passing a city farming ordinance. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

Sacramento City Council approves urban farm ordinance

March 24, 2015 09:39 PM

UPDATED March 25, 2015 12:08 PM

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