SALT LAKE CITY — The co-owners of an urban farming enterprise grow fresh vegetables, leafy greens and all sorts of herbs on 10 parcels of land around the Salt Lake Valley, working out cooperative agreements with the landowners so they can sell to farmers markets and restaurants. Tyler Montague and Holiday Dalgleish, junior high school buddies who are now in their 30s, say their business — Keep It Real Vegetables — demands their time and sweat, but they love it. "Honestly, it’s a personal passion," Montague said. "I was spending all my time and money in this ‘hobby’ I loved, so I decided to figure out how to make a living at it." Garlic grows on a small lot in Millcreek on Friday, April 12, 2019. Tyler Montague and Holiday Dalgleish co-own Keep It Real Vegetables, an urban farming enterprise that grows fresh vegetables, leafy greens and all sorts of herbs on 10 parcels of land around the Salt Lake Valley. Dalgleish spent time in Portugal and said everyone, rich or poor, farmed on their own land and had kitchen gardens. "After that, I couldn’t think of a job I would enjoy more than growing veggies and doing something […]

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