Studies have shown that the food on the average American’s dinner plate traveled almost 1,500 miles to get there. Locally grown food doesn’t have to travel nearly as far – sharply reducing use of fossil fuels that expand our carbon footprint. Eating locally preserves farmlands that support wildlife. Local farmers are more likely to plant a diversity of crops and to rotate crop production according to seasons, protecting biodiversity and reducing use of pesticides.

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