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306 W. Haywood St.Asheville, NC 28801
Helps create and expand local food markets to preserve agricultural heritage, give everyone access to fresh, healthy food, and keep farmers farming. Projects include a local food guide to Appalachian Grown certified products, farm-to-school program, list of local farmers' markets, workshops, and online resources for producers, consumers, purchasing departments, and retailers. Even though ASAP (as it is called) is local to the Asheville area, it is a great model of a nonprofit organization... read more >>
420 W. 14th St., Suite 2NENew York, NY 10014
Partners with New York City-area producers and communities to sell good food at affordable prices. Basis delivers local produce, fruit, dairy, and eggs to homes, offices, restaurants, and institutions and is about to launch a chain of small-format retail stores to sell good food sourced directly from family farms. There are similar businesses in other cities, but not yet a good directory of them. I expect many more businesses like this to emerge over the next few years as the demand for local... read more >>
215 Lexington Ave., Suite 1001New York, NY 10016
Free online directory of fresh, locally grown, and sustainably produced food in the United States and Canada. Listings include family farms, restaurants, farmers' markets, grocery stores, community-supported agriculture programs, U-pick orchards, and more. You can search by location, keyword, category, or product to find good food, download customized guides, or plan a trip with the innovative mapping tool, Eat Well Everywhere.
369 Montezuma Ave., Suite 577Santa Fe, NM 87501
Creates editorially rich, community-based, local-foods publications in distinct culinary regions throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. Connects consumers with family farmers, growers, chefs, and food artisans through publications, supporting websites, and events. Individuals who own publications are local-foods advocates and residents of the communities in which they publish-a business model that preserves the integrity of member publications and the communities they serve.... read more >>
1315 Walnut St., Suite 522Philadelphia, PA 19107
Dedicated to bringing locally grown food to the marketplace and promoting a humane, sustainable agriculture for greater Philadelphia through consulting, leading the local buy fresh/buy local campaign, and operating the fair food farmstand in the Reading Terminal Market in downtown Philly. Few nonprofit organizations in the good-food arena have figured out how to raise most of their operating funds in the good-food marketplace. This organization has, and its model is worth exploring.
Environment and conservation, Farmer training, networks, and resources, Institutional purchasing, Urban agriculture and food systems
P.O. Box 504Charlottesville, VA 22902
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Serves the rapidly growing farmers' market movement with information and representation at state and federal levels. Builds networks, links peers, and connects farmers' markets old and new with tools and resources for the benefit of farmers, consumers, and communities. Helps you find a statewide or regional farmers' market association, if there is one where you live. You may be only interested in locating a farmers' market for your own shopping, or you may be interested in finding a way to... read more >>
RR 1 Box 25Troy, PA 16947
National nonprofit organization providing communications tools, technical support, networking, and information resources to organizations working to rebuild local, community-based food systems. Dedicated to reintroducing Americans to their food-the seeds it grows from, the farmers who produce it, and the routes that carry it from the fields to their tables. This is the national hub for more than eighty buy fresh/buy local campaigns across the country. If you have an interest in joining or... read more >>
Online community of people interested in all things homegrown: growing, cooking, crafting, brewing, preserving, building, making, and creating. Homegrown.org is a place to learn from each other, share questions, and show off how to dig in the dirt, grow your own food, work with your hands, and cook and share your meals.
148 E. Front St., Suite 301Traverse City, MI 49684
Works with citizens, officials, and other organizations to build a prosperous new economy in Michigan, one that expands opportunity by improving personal and environmental health and focuses on local businesses, including local food and agriculture. Hosts the Taste the Local Difference Local Food Exchange, a model for local food distribution using online classified advertisements (www.localdifference.org). The institute has established a strong model for promoting local food producers and... read more >>
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