Your Local Guide to Winter Produce

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So, we’ve talked about buying local and seasonal produce before, but what’s all the fuss about going local anyway?

Buying local can mean getting healthier, tastier food as well as supporting farmers. Photo: Amanda Wills, Earth911

Get the answers to all your pressing questions about buying local food, and consult our winter produce guide to find out which fruits and veggies are in season in your area along with delicious recipes.

And to completely close the loop, read up on how you can compost your dinner, even during the winter months.

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Mary Mazzoni

Mary Mazzoni

Mary is a lifelong vegetarian and enjoys outdoor activities like hiking, biking and relaxing in the park. When she’s not outside, she’s probably watching baseball. She is a former assistant editor for Earth911.
Mary Mazzoni