From my dirt to your mouth
August 4, 2003 1:33 PM   Subscribe

Do you want fresh, locally grown, organic food, but don't know where to find it? The LocalHarvest map makes it easy to find family farms, farmers markets and other sources of sustainably grown food in your area.
posted by ewagoner (9 comments total)
What a great link. I saw something like this, probably a different link, about two years ago but it had so little information as to be useless. This is a great resource.
posted by caddis at 2:07 PM on August 4, 2003

Well that thar is just totally nifty. Thanx.
posted by PinkStainlessTail at 2:09 PM on August 4, 2003

EXCELLENT link, ewagoner. Thank you.
posted by mathis23 at 2:12 PM on August 4, 2003

This rocks! It doesn't have the big Farmer's market that I know is somewhere in Dallas, but it does have a couple of the smaller Yay! Thanks bunches for this link.
posted by dejah420 at 2:16 PM on August 4, 2003

Any canners in the crowd? I'm looking for a great recommended resource with which I can get started. It just seems silly not give it a try.
posted by Witty at 2:45 PM on August 4, 2003

Great link, thanks!
posted by sennoma at 3:20 PM on August 4, 2003

Would be nice to get some freaking *context* in that map. Jeez. It's disorienting to find a particular market without any streets, isn't it?
posted by zpousman at 4:10 PM on August 4, 2003


You want the National Center for Home Food Preservation, maintained by UGA (right down the street from me). It is *the* resource for canning and food preservation of all kinds.
posted by ewagoner at 6:12 PM on August 4, 2003

For those of us in the UK - the recent series of articles on food in the Guardian (where else?) includes a directory of Organic food suppliers.
posted by jontyjago at 1:42 AM on August 5, 2003

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