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Because size doesn't matter, the Oregonian has an article outlining the urban food zoning codes that allow local micro-farmers to grow and sell food within Portland city limits. One notable example: Stacey Givens' Side Yards Farm (which supplies produce to spots like Beast, Cocotte, Grain & Gristle, Ned Ludd, and Lincoln), sits in a NE neighborhood where her neighbors happen to have ducks, chickens, and goats. "There's a whole goat dude; they sell the cheese and milk." [OregonLive]

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