The Clue At Black Creek Farm (#09 in Nancy Drew Diaries Series)
Healthy eating becomes a hazard when a local farm is sabotaged in this ninth book of the Nancy Drew Diaries. Nancy, Bess, and George are thinking about joining Black Creek Farm CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). Sam and Abby Heyworth...
Available in other Formats
Unavailable. We are unsure when this item will be available to ship. eBook is Available.0 Available.
You may also like
Healthy eating becomes a hazard when a local farm is sabotaged in this ninth book of the Nancy Drew Diaries.
Nancy, Bess, and George are thinking about joining Black Creek Farm CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). Sam and Abby Heyworth run both Black Creek's organic farm and the CSA, a program where people pay to receive fresh fruits and vegetables throughout the growing season. Buyers get local produce at a reasonable price; the farmers get money to run their farm. Everybody wins!
But during a fundraising dinner showcasing the farm's produce, several people become seriously ill, and tests reveal that the fruits and vegetables are contaminated with deadly E. coli bacteria. Sam swears his produce is clean: E. coli doesn't magically appear in vegetables-it has to be transferred by animals or contaminated equipment. And after the Heyworth's greenhouse is trashed and their chickens are killed by an intruder, Nancy thinks all signs point to sabotage.
Nancy, Bess, and George are on the case. But who would try to ruin a farm? And why?
Carolyn Keene was the pseudonym used by Mildred Wirt Benson when she wrote the popular Nancy Drew Mystery series. After her graduation from the University of Iowa, Benson began writing for Edward Stratemeyer. Consequently, Benson has been credited as the author of most of the first Nancy Drew books, but Harriet Stratemeyer Adams wrote the later books and edited the ones written by Benson.