More Local Foods Resources
Local Foods 101
Everything you need to start buying and eating local foods.
10 Ways to Start Eating Local Foods
Eating locally has many benefits. But how can you get started? Here are 10 ways to get started buying and eating locally.
Where to Find Local Foods
Heard about eating locally but not sure where to find local foods? Here are five places to start.
8 Big Reasons to Eat Local Foods
Eating locally is better for you, for the environment, and for your taste buds. Here are the top eight big, umbrella-style reasons you should start eating more local foods.
Green and Greener
Make green choices at the grocery store.
Habits to develop to make cooking local foods easier.
Find Locally Grown Food Near You
These organizations and directories list local food producers around the country and beyond.
Local Foods Pantry
Learn how to stock a pantry to make the most of local foods.
3B Reusable Produce Bags
3B Reusable Produce Bags are mesh nylon, machine-washable reusable produce bags.
Winter Seasonal Cooking
Winter cooking can be a challenge. Cooking locally and seasonally when markets are teeming with piles of heirloom tomatoes and bushels of luscious peaches is easy. But what about when markets slow down or close completely? Find ideas here.
Spring Clean Your Kitchen
Give your cooking a fresh boost with a solid spring cleaning of your kitchen.
Tips to Start Bee Keeping
What do veteran beekeepers wish they'd known before they got their first hive? Find out here.
How to Install a Beehive
See how an experience beekeeper installs a new queen bee and a colony in a beehive.
Find locally raised grass-fed beef, lamb, goats, bison, poultry, and dairy products near you.
Edible Communities Local Food Magazines
Edible magazines are intensely local publications - find one about your neck of the woods.
Grow Food connects farmers with people interested in farming.
Heritage Foods USA
Learn about - and buy - heritage foods like red wattle pork and various heritage turkeys.
Serve Your Country Food
A survey of farmers nationwide that seeks to unite young farmers to support the right to farmable land and healthy food systems.
Scads of information for anyone interested in sustainable farming - doing it or just reading about it!
WWOOF - World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms
Want to get hands-on about organic farming? WWOOF organizations publish lists of organic farms, smallholdings and gardeners that welcome volunteer help at certain times. The diversity of hosts available offers a large variety of tasks and experiences.