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Keep It Real Vegetables

Urban Farm

Keep It Real Vegetables is an urban farming project located in Salt Lake City, Utah. I grow produce by hand on several small-scale gardens in the Salt Lake valley. I am dedicated to growing the freshest, highest quality produce available. I adhere strictly to organic growing practices, enriching my soils with massive quantities of compost, compost teas, cover crops, and organic amendments until the soil is sweet enough to deliver the flavor I am looking for.

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Can be found here:

        • Real Foods Market
          2209 S. Highland Drive
          SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84106
        • Real Foods Market
          420 West 800 North
          Orem, UT 84057
        • Sugar House Farmers Market
          2100 S 1500 E
          Salt Lake City, UT 84105
        • Wasatch Front Farmers Market
          6351 S 900 E
          Salt Lake City, UT 84121
        • Wheeler Farm
          6400 So 900 East
          Salt Lake City, UT 84121
        • SLC Saturday Downtown Farmer’s Market
          300 W 300 S
          Salt Lake City, UT 84101
        • Wheeler Farm Sunday Farmer’s Market
          6351 S 900 E
          Salt Lake City, UT 84121
        • Redmond Heritage Farm Store
          2209 Highland Dr.
          Salt Lake City, UT 84106


        The quality of produce grown by these lovely people is second to none, it is the best Salt Lake City has to offer! I love knowing these two care for the earth and soil as much as they do for the vegetables they grow.

        Paige Collett,

        Facebook Review

        Just made potato salad with your garlic scapes. OMG it is amazing!!!!!
        Thank you SO MUCH for introducing me to scapes. I have added them to a bunch of my old standby dishes as well as trying the things you suggested. I don’t know what I did before scapes. They are so good and add to everything I try them in!

        Rachel Funk,

        Facebook Review

        I’ve been following Tyler since the Sand Hill Farms days and his ever-expanding produce selection has–in terms of taste, nutrition and environmental stewardship–consistently been as good as it gets.

        Gerard Kies,

        Facebook Review

Salt Lake City, UT

  • Salt Lake City, UT 84101
  • 801-884-9770

Tyler Montague & Holiday Dalgleish
Farmers & Co-Owners

Tyler Montague, founder and farmer at Keep It Real Vegetables. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah. Studied gardening, sustainable agriculture, and food systems at the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. Studied tropical agriculture and food systems in Costa Rica and Nicaragua with the community food systems program.

His farming credentials include his work as Assistant Farm Manager at Sandhill Farms in Eden, Utah; University of Utah Lifelong Learning Program Adjunct Professor; Wasatch Community Gardens Tomato Garden Steward 2011; Slow Food Utah Microgrant Recipient 2011; Sugarhouse Farmer’s Market Board Member 2014-present; Small Farm and Urban Garden Consultant 2011-present; and of course his independent work as a small-scale urban farmer, a project that became Keep It Real Vegetables. All the while Tyler’s research into permaculture and urban farming continues . . .

Tyler has also worked in the specialty foods industry as the grocery department buyer at Good Earth Natural Foods in Fairfax, California, and then as specialty grocery manager at Liberty Heights Fresh, and produce manager at Cali’s Natural Foods in Salt Lake City.

Holiday Dalgleish, farmer and co-owner of Keep It Real Vegetables. Studied Wildlife Biology at Humboldt State University and went on to earn undergraduate degrees in Latin American Studies and Spanish. In an exchange program to Northern Mexico in 2006 she studied desert agriculture and green building, and co-led an organic gardening project with orphaned and under-privileged children at a monastery.
After moving to Portugal in 2009, where she taught English for a couple of years, she became enamored with the Portuguese approach to accessing affordable fresh organic vegetables. Many families (rich and poor) maintain vegetable gardens in their yards instead of lawns.

When Holiday moved back to Salt Lake City in 2012, she turned her front and back yards into fruit and vegetable gardens. After learning from Tyler and her other small farm friends about the many aspects of commercial urban organic farming, she launched her own successful business in 2014, Doc Holiday’s Organically Grown Veggies.