Fresh produce sold locally?

March 2, 2010 —

I encourage you to take a look at this website and  learn more about locally grown produce provided by farmers who just want you to eat fresh and healthy foods. By purchasing from this website, you are investing in your local community and reducing your carbon footprints. Now that is something to chew on.

Once you’ve tasted the sweetness a freshly picked tomato, you may never want to pick one up at a grocery store ever again.

Share your local harvest story with us!


Tea Nguyen is a dual degree D.P.M./M.P.H. student at DMU. She was born in Utah but raised in California and left the great state to be at one of the best podiatry school in the country.

She has aspirations in international medical service trips and hopes to hit several continents during this lifetime. Traveling is also on the top of her to-do list and she often reminisces about her prior travels to Italy, France and Greece. She also enjoys eating adventures with her boyfriend Paul and is a major food-snacker. It is not uncommon to find her lapsed in a food coma in the middle of her studies.
  • Andrea

    I’d love to get fresh produce from a CSA. Have you gotten eggs or chickens from Sugar Creek before? Are there any other farms like this in or around Des Moines?

  • http://getstudentloanhelp.com/ Mike Considine

    I am very interested in permaculture farming and would be interested in anyone that has more information on this type of farming.

    It seems that it’s hard to find information on the Net unless you sign-up for certified classes, which are always to far from where I live… anyone know of any online courses or good books?