Urban gardening: the future of California agriculture?

A new ‘Urban Agriculture Ordinance’ in the Sacramento area will offer tax breaks to incentivize edible community gardens, and create a new market for fruits and vegetables grown within walking distance from the consumers.  “[U]rban farming includes different kinds of activities: physical work, social interaction, design and planning on various scales, and business tasks. I love that urban farming reconnects me (and others) with natural processes- the seasons, the weather, different forms of life.”  Read more about a new wave of gardening in the city, on Access Sacramento.


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