Yada Yisreal, 8, and Tirtsah Yisreal of Yisreal Family Farms tend to their family's half-acre of vegetable garden in south Oak Park on Thursday. The Yisraels support an urban agriculture ordinance that would allow the family to sell what they grow to the public from a stand on their property. Such sales are currently illegal in Sacramento city and county.
Yada Yisreal, 8, and Tirtsah Yisreal of Yisreal Family Farms tend to their family's half-acre of vegetable garden in south Oak Park on Thursday. The Yisraels support an urban agriculture ordinance that would allow the family to sell what they grow to the public from a stand on their property. Such sales are currently illegal in Sacramento city and county. 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 south Oak Park on Thursday. The Yisraels support an urban agriculture ordinance that would allow the family to sell what they grow to the public from a stand on their property. Such sales are currently illegal in Sacramento city and county. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

Sacramento food activists push for urban farms

October 23, 2014 07:39 PM

UPDATED October 24, 2014 08:42 AM

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