A growing number of Las Vegas restaurants have made a large push towards working with sustainably grown, local produce—much to the delight of local Nevada farms who have benefited from the increasing support. Despite being made up of mostly desert, the state comprises of over 4,000 farms and ranches, growing a number of various types of produce, as well as raising various livestock.
In the past, many local farmers struggled to make ends meet as the majority of larger Vegas restaurants preferred to purchase food products at lower costs from larger distributors. Yet now with the growing interest in farm-to-table fare, many local growers are witnessing a revival, allowing them to continue their operations with ease. Read More