Almost two years ago Banesa Ybarguen realized what she wanted to do with her life.
She simply wanted to help others, in part to repay those who helped her and her family growing up.
It was through a research assignment as a student at the College of Western Idaho that Ybarguen, 28, Nampa, realized her passion for community-supported agriculture. Dreams of a community garden formed, but her plan didn’t stop there.
BY NICK GROFF
Idaho Press Tribune