Good eats: Options growing for sustainable dining at national parks

Trout fajitas made with sustainably raised Montana fish are served in some Yellowstone National Park dining locations by concessioner Xanterra Parks and Resorts.

Where menu items come from has become just as important as what’s on the menu for many outdoor enthusiasts. Which is why some national park concessionaires are looking at “sustainable dining,” as an attraction they hope will draw customers into their national park lodges and restaurants.

Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks are just two that are moving ahead with a sustainable menu in spite of the logistics involved with providing a menu full of locally grown foods. Read more:  Sustainable dining

About Howard Meyerson

After more than 30 years in the outdoor writing business, you would think I'd know better.
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