Want to eat the most healthful food—like local, organic fruits and vegetables—year round? Stocking up on produce you’ve grown yourself or purchased from a neighboring farmer—perhaps via a farmer’s market, your local co-op, or a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program—makes it possible. Rather than purchase corn that’s been shipped across the country mid-winter, you can open the freezer and grab a bag of organic kernels that you froze yourself (easily, by the way!) at peak harvest time. As a bonus, putting up your own food can cut not only your food’s travel miles, but your own, too, by saving trips to the grocery store. It can help you maximize your food dollars, support local agriculture, and nurture a healthful relationship with the food you eat and serve to your family.