A proposed urban agriculture ordinance in Sacramento would let community gardeners like Oak Park’s Mike Viscuso sell produce from neighborhood farm stands. Neighbors would become acquainted and save money by selling each other their crops, he says.
A proposed urban agriculture ordinance in Sacramento would let community gardeners like Oak Park’s Mike Viscuso sell produce from neighborhood farm stands. Neighbors would become acquainted and save money by selling each other their crops, he says. Shawn Hubler shubler@sacbee.com
A proposed urban agriculture ordinance in Sacramento would let community gardeners like Oak Park’s Mike Viscuso sell produce from neighborhood farm stands. Neighbors would become acquainted and save money by selling each other their crops, he says. Shawn Hubler shubler@sacbee.com
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March 06, 2015 04:01 PM