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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Deputy editorial page editor, columnist and editorial writer

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March 06, 2015 04:01 PM

UPDATED March 07, 2015 12:01 AM

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Shawn Hubler has been a reporter and columnist in California for more than three decades. Before joining The Sacramento Bee, she spent 18 years covering local, state and national issues at the Los Angeles Times. Born in Pennsylvania, she has a B.A. in journalism from Penn State. Contact Shawn Hubler at shubler@sacbee.com or 916-321-1907. Twitter: @ShawnHubler.