James Zametz, an urban farmer, and his 6-year-old son Zephyr, working in their home garden in Fort Worth. Fort Worth is considering an urban agriculture zoning ordinance that would allow for large gardens in residential zoning.
James Zametz, an urban farmer, and his 6-year-old son Zephyr, working in their home garden in Fort Worth. Fort Worth is considering an urban agriculture zoning ordinance that would allow for large gardens in residential zoning. Max Faulkner mfaulkner@star-telegram.com
James Zametz, an urban farmer, and his 6-year-old son Zephyr, working in their home garden in Fort Worth. Fort Worth is considering an urban agriculture zoning ordinance that would allow for large gardens in residential zoning. Max Faulkner mfaulkner@star-telegram.com

Urban farming may be coming to more Fort Worth neighborhoods

June 19, 2016 02:00 PM

UPDATED June 19, 2016 02:07 PM

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