WHAT’S
IN SEASON?

For thousands of generations, each passing season brought with it new harvest of different fruit and vegetables. Today, we can buy nearly anything we want at the grocery store regardless of season.

But even though blueberries might taste delicious in December, they might not be the best thing for your health or the planet's.

Get seasonal this summer with our fun t-shirt collection as your guide!

"The more we ask questions about where our food is grown and who is growing it, the better we’ll be able to choose the best options for ourselves and our families. Eating seasonally when we can, will not only taste better, but it’s better for our health and the planet’s." – ZOOEY DESCHANEL

SOUTHWEST

SPICY! In summer, the Southwest celebrates the year’s harvest of chiles for roasting, drying, and grilling. Squash, corn, mushrooms, peppers, and green beans are in abundance, too.

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NORTHWEST

Nothing compares to a ripe fig – but carrots, peppers, onions, deep red beets, and crunchy cauliflower are seasonal treats not to be missed!

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MIDWEST

This summer, look for sweet corn, raspberries, greens, beets, and the famous Michigan cherries among other crops. You betcha!

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SOUTHEAST

In summer, the deep South is all about juicy treats, like tree-ripe peaches. And don’t you forget peanuts, sweet potatoes, okra, tomatoes, and sweet watermelon.

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NORTHEAST

Blueberries over blueberries in the Northeast – enjoy them as a special summer treat! But don’t forget your farm-fresh apples, as well as grapes, cucumbers, cauliflower, and potatoes.

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Illustrations by

Ariella Elovic is a Brooklyn-based illustrator and founder of Cheeky, a platform for candid conversations on all things bodily and female. Ariella’s illustrations are painterly and journalistic, often including handwritten anecdotes and commentary. Her favorite subjects to paint are her own personal stories, spunky New Yorkers and their dogs, and delicious food.

ABOUT THE FARM PROJECT
ABOUT THE FARM PROJECT

The Farm Project was founded by Zooey Deschanel and Jacob Pechenik with the mission to reconnect with people with their food. We want to make it easy for everyone to grow food themselves and connect directly with farmers in their communities. We aim to empower people to ask the right questions – because when we ask the right questions, we can make informed choices and vote with our dollars for a better food system.

The Farm Project was founded by Zooey Deschanel and Jacob Pechenik with the mission to reconnect with people with their food. We want to make it easy for everyone to grow food themselves and connect directly with farmers in their communities. We aim to empower people to ask the right questions – because when we ask the right questions, we can make informed choices and vote with our dollars for a better food system.