Farmers Markets/Local Foods

Photo of a man and an older woman looking at strawberries at a market.

Purchasing locally grown foods from a farmers market is a great way to support your local farmers and get fresh foods that are in season.

Find a Farmers Market or Other Local Food Venue by City or Zip Code

Local Harvest.

Locate Farmers' Markets, family farms, CSAs, Co-ops, and restaurants by city or zip code.

Locate a Farmers Market by Zip Code & Distance

USDA. Agricultural Marketing Service.

Filter results by many items including products available and location.

Find Local, Sustainable and Organic Foods

Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy and Sustainable Table.

Turn SNAP Benefits into Snap Peas!

Learn to use your SNAP benefits to grow your own food. Information also available in Spanish.

Farmers Market Introduce SNAP/EBT to Your Farmers Market (PDF | 9.9 MB)

Project for Public Spaces and Wholesome Wave.

Learn To Accept SNAP at Farmers Markets (PDF | 1.08 MB)

USDA. Agricultural Marketing Service.; USDA. Food & Nutrition Service.; Project for Public Spaces, Inc.

Use and Accept SNAP Benefits at Farmers’ Markets

USDA. Food and Nutrition Service.

A field with a barn and silo in the background Get "Farm to School" Assistance

National Farm to School Network.

Locate local farmers to partner with schools and learn more about Farm to School programs.

African American farmer Learn To "Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food" (KYF2)

United States Department of Agriculture.

Read the KYF2 blog about supporting farmers and strengthening rural communities. Get tools to help build local food systems.

Vegetables at local farmers' market Learn About "Farm to School" from the USDA

USDA. Food and Nutrition Service.

Browse Information Sources On "Green Nutrition"

USDA. NAL. Food and Nutrition Information Center.

Find links to sites about organic or locally produced foods, sustainable agriculture, farmers markets and gardening.