This is my absolute favorite time of year for produce in Maryland. We’ve got stone fruit, berries, sweet corn, fairytale eggplant and tomatoes (and that’s barely scratching the surface of everything that’s available). Between my CSA and the farmer’s market, I feel incredibly lucky to have so many options at my fingertips. That’s why when I first heard about a campaign called Save The Flavors, I was a little stunned to learn that everything I take for granted could be changing. What I’ve learned is that every year, new fruit and vegetable varieties are disappearing. They’re endangered no one is rallying to save them.