Also, I'm lucky enough to live in the agricultural capital of the world here in California, so it's obviously easier for me to eat what's in season year round. For people who live where it snows in the winter or where no people were actually meant to live (ie. Las Vegas) it's going to be much more difficult to eat local, in season veggies year round. But since it pretty much seems to be that only my family reads this blog and they all live in California, here's my list!!
Eggplant (mid summer to early fall)
Zucchini (and other summer squashes)
Brussel Sprouts (late)
Winter Squash (Butternut, Acorn, Spaghetti, Pumpkin, etc.)
Carrots (best in spring and summer)
Cauliflower (best in fall and early winter)
Chard (late spring through winter)
Lettuces (various types throughout the year)
Radishes (best in spring and fall)
Spinach (best in spring and fall)
ps. There's a lot more than what's on this list, this is just an idea!