At Eat Wyoming, we know that you want to be local. For this, you need Wyoming-grown. Yet, you don’t have time to hunt down farm-fresh eggs, sun-ripened tomatoes, or the closest beef.
For your convenience, Wyoming farmers and ranchers work with the statewide food hub EatWyoming.com to offer online ordering and delivery. Now, you can ferry the kids to practice, change the oil, mow the lawn and take the boat out. You can do it all, and eat local!
- Subscribe to the VeggieBox for a weekly or “leap frog” every-other-week delivery of seasonally fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables grown in the Cowboy State.
- Sign up for a heritage chicken egg subscription, a mushroom share, a milk herdshare, a fresh herb share, and/or a coffee subscription.
- At checkout, select a customer pickup location near you or home delivery.
Central Wyoming College knows local. CWC leads the Grow Your Own: Food, Jobs and Community
initiative to increase the availability of locally grown food and expand employment and business
opportunities in agriculture. This simultaneously feeds people’s nutritional and economic needs to elevate their physical and mental well-being.
This Grow Your Own initiative is a part of CWC’s four-tiered strategy for regional economic development: workforce development, business start-up, cultural/community enrichment and wellness.
The Eat Wyoming Local Food Hub is your one-stop shop for fresh, local convenience. And, you support Wyoming’s cowboys!
Home-grown resiliency: It’s the Wyoming way.
To find out more about how to grow your own food, jobs, and community, visit the Central Wyoming College website.
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