If you haven't guessed already I like infographics. Colorful pictures that convey facts seems to be a good way to learn things and maybe even remember them. Recently I found such a graphic that compared what types of locally grown food are available in different parts of the country. Connecticut was chosen in their graphic to represent New England, so I created a graphic showing what is locally available in New Hampshire.
The graphics are from a collaboration between good.is and Whole Foods. I found what is locally available in New Hampshire through seacoasteatlocal.org. There are a limited number of fruits and vegetables represented. Some important produce I think should be included are: squashes, garlic, cooking greens, radishes, beans, and melons.