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Back when, Wyoming cowboys suffered for locally grown fresh greens. Not anymore! Lake View Gardens produces microgreens, lettuces and other vegetables in hydroponic, geothermal greenhouses perched above Ocean Lake near Pavillion. Dirk and Sue Gosnell pay Wyoming winter no mind to grow fresh greens for Wyoming, and its cowboys, all year long.

You, too, can feed your family and friends the freshest veggies around. Lake View greens are available in the Eat Wyoming VeggieBox subscription — a grocery bag brimming with seasonal produce that is available, by your choice, weekly or every other week. 

At Eat Wyoming, we know that you want to support local. For this, you need Wyoming-grown. Yet, you also need convenient, affordable food. And, you’re unsure of how and where to buy seasonally fresh local foods.

We understand your confusion about how to eat Wyoming, which is why we offer online ordering and delivery of locally grown foods from Wyoming’s farmers and ranchers. You deserve to eat well and feel good, and we’re here to connect you to Wyoming.

Here’s how you can eat Wyoming: 

  1. Order Online to stock your kitchen.
  2. Pick It Up at your town’s customer pick-up location, or choose delivery to your doorstep.
  3. Chef It Up! Cook and bake your locally grown foods into meals to gather around. 

So, shop now on www.eatwyoming.com. In the meantime, find your next recipes for your local foods on the Eat Wyoming blog

Stop eating mindlessly and looking at empty shelves. Instead, gather your friends and family around Wyoming-flavored food and be locals. 

Central Wyoming College’s mission is to transform lives and strengthen communities through learning, leadership and connection. The college partners with the Eat Wyoming local food hub to strengthen community resiliency by connecting us to foods grown by our farmers and ranchers. Local food and ag initiatives also include the CWC Farm at the Alpine Science Institute near Lander, Culinary and Hospitality program based at CWC Jackson and Meat Sciences program on CWC Riverton campus. CWC is a designated Native American Serving Non-Tribal Institution (NASNTI), and serves the largest American Indian student population in the state of Wyoming.

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