Research suggests that failure to link agricultural production with human nutrition and health has led to the development of unhealthy food systems. Malnutrition and high calorie linked chronic diseases are the result of unhealthy food systems. A sensible and quick approach to combat nutritional challenges would be to increase dietary diversity through vegetables that can provide a range of essential nutrients. Clemson students are taking part in a Creative Inquiry project that provides an introduction to vegetable production, value addition and nutrition. The students are learning how to develop a home garden model that will provide year round nutritious vegetables (especially micronutrients and vegetable proteins) to a small family. Their plans are to provide fact sheets and other information that will allow people to replicate this project in other areas so as to provide nutritious food around the globe. These images show how Clemson University students created the gardens, grew the vegetables and used the vegetables to feed people.