I can't wait until we have both of these. Oranic vegetables are so good and so pretty. I don't mind paying extra. I am glad that Sulphur Springs is trying to go back to the values of yesterday. We are not a throw away town. Just go to the website freecycle and see what people are trying to get rid of instead of going to the landfills.
When I was younger my grandmother would trade with her neighbors for butter, vegetables, whatever.
It was an awesome experience to see. We were poor but didn't know it. We helped each other out and this was in the 1960's (not in Texas). Going back to old values would be awesome. Neighbors were neighbors and took care of each other. Kids now a days really miss out on values. Not everything is electronic.
We would talk with each other and my grandmother had the prettiest flower garden and her vegetables weren't that bad.