To jump to good food resources for your state, click directly on the two-letter abbreviations in the map below or on the text-only abbreviations in the list that follows. Looking for national resources? Don't miss the main Find Good Food page.
Got a website you think we should add? The guidelines are pretty simple: We aren't looking to create a list of individual farms (mostly because other folks already do that really well!). We are aiming to compile a list of resources that will point folks toward good food—and lots of it—near them. Got a question? Post a comment below or send us an email. When it comes to good food, we’ve got an insatiable appetite. And just for the record, these listings are not paid advertisements; that is, we haven't accepted any bribes—monetary, edible, or otherwise—for including them here.
This interactive map from the State of Alabama lists farmers markets, roadside stands, and you-pick farms by county; also includes a list of CSAs and a produce availability chart.
This directory of farmers markets is organized alphabetically by city.
From the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, this downloadable PDF lists farmers markets sorted by region.
Courtesy of an Alaska blogger, this website lists farmers markets by city; also includes a list of local, edible wild plants with recipes and an Anchorage-specific list of specialty, ethnic, and gourmet markets.
This user-generated site lists CSAs and farmers markets by city; also includes a directory of where to buy local food, organized by business type (restaurants, retail, direct).
This interactive map of farmers markets is organized by county.
From the folks behind Good Food Allies, this Arizona-specific database is searchable by product or producer (a search for “kohlrabi” yielded seven farms and gardens); also includes a statewide list (see "Information") of farmers markets, CSAs, and retailers, as well as websites and books.
This statewide list of farmers markets is sorted alphabetically.
From the Arkansas Department of Agriculture, this directory is searchable by outlet (farmers markets, you-pick, restaurants, etc.), county, and product (apples, cotton, rice, wheat, etc.).
From the University of California, this interactive map is searchable by county and by activity (farm stays, direct ag sales, etc.).
From the California Federation of Certified Farmers Markets, this directory is searchable by city, county, region, and market operator.
This directory lists farmers markets by city.
From the Connecticut Farm Fresh Cooperative Association, this interactive map lists farmers markets by county; also includes a crop availability calendar.
This directory lists markets in alphabetical order.
From the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, this website lists farmers markets by region; also includes lists of CSAs, you-pick and Christmas tree farms, vineyards, fern growers, hay suppliers, seafood markets, and crop and seafood calendars.
This directory lists farmers markets alphabetically by county.
This list on n-georgia.com sorts farmers markets alphabetically.
This interactive map lists certified farmers markets by county and is also searchable by activity or product (agritourism, hay rides, butterbeans, nectarines, turnip greens).
From the magazine Edible Hawaiian Islands, this calendar sorts farmers markets by island and day of the week; also includes a local dining guide and seasonal recipes.
This website from the Hawaii Tourism Authority lists farmers markets by island: Oahu, Maui, and the Big Island. A list of Kauai markets isn't included there, but you can find the island's markets, called sunshine markets, on this county government site.
The Farm Bureau lists Oahu markets by day of the week, with a weekly market report for each.
This website offers a downloadable PDF listing statewide farmers markets.
A collaboration between several partners, including the University of Illinois, this directory houses two lists: one of farmers markets, searchable by zip code, name, and day of the week; and one of producers and processors, searchable by zip code and commodity (grains and flour, honey and syrup, wine, veggies, etc.).
This database of farmers markets is searchable by county or city; also includes a downloadable PDF of produce availability.
Also from the Illinois Department of Agriculture, this database of farmers markets, farm stands, you-pick, on-farm sales, and school-to-farm and farm-to-school organizations is searchable by street address or zip code.
A project of the Indiana writer Victoria Wesseler, this website includes a local food guide covering markets, orchards, livestock and dairy producers, herb farms, pumpkin patches, and more, as well as lists of CSAs, food-related festivals and events, and restaurants, caterers, and bed and breakfasts that serve locally grown food.
From the Indiana State Department of Agriculture, this directory is searchable by product (broccoli, cherries, squash), location, and site type (agritourism, farmers market, you pick); also includes a crop calendar.
From partners including the Indiana State Department of Agriculture, this still-in-development interactive map plots producers and suppliers of fruit, vegetables, forestry goods, dairy, eggs, livestock, fish, and ornamental horticulture.
And from the state’s office of tourism, this directory lists farms and orchards open to the public.
This database is searchable by product (pumpkins, corn, berries) and by city or zip code.
A project of the Kansas Rural Center, this database of farmers markets is searchable by market name, city, region, or county; also includes seasonal recipes.
This directory is organized by county; also includes a list of CSAs (click the blue “CSA Directory” link for a drop-down list); a where-to-buy directory of local products, from condiments to venison; and a downloadable PDF on produce availability.
From the State of Kentucky, this site lists agritourism opportunities and is searchable by attraction (Christmas tree farms, farm stays, hay rides), region, county, and city.
From the media company Kitchen and Culture, this directory lists farmers markets and roadside stands by parish.
From Louisiana’s official tourism board, this list sorts farmers markets alphabetically by town.
From the Maine Department of Agriculture, this directory is sorted by county and town; also includes an interactive map searchable by county or zip code, by agritourism type (hayrides, open farm days, cooking demos, petting zoos, etc.), by licenses/certifications (certified organic, commercial kitchen, etc.), by type of dairy (eggs, raw mik), and by primary product (livestock, grain, meat, wine, etc.).
This directory presents farmers markets two ways: in alphabetical order and plotted on a Google map.
From the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association, this directory of farmers markets is organized by county, with a separate list for winter markets; also includes downloadable PDFs charting seasonal food availability.
From the Maryland Department of Agriculture, this database of locally grown products is searchable by location, keyword, and category (aquaculture, dairy, fibers, kosher, grass fed, etc.).
From the Maryland Office of Tourism, this directory sorts farmers markets by county.
From the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources, this interactive map is searchable by location, type of crop or product (blueberries, cut flowers, maple, milk, etc.), and activity (farm stands, aquaculture, pick your own, dairy farms, sugar shacks, etc.).
This website offers an interactive Google map of farmers markets, as well as a directory searchable by location and day of the week, with a separate list of those accepting EBT cards.
This directory lists MFMA members in alphabetical order.
From the State of Mississippi, this list of farmers markets is organized by county.
From the Missouri Department of Agriculture, this interactive Google map is also searchable by city.
From the University of Missouri’s Agricultural Electronic Bulletin Board, this interactive map is searchable by region or county; also includes a produce availability calendar.
From the State of Montana, this database of locally made products of all kinds is organized by category (food/beverage, certified organic) and is searchable by keyword, business name, and city.
From the Nebraska Department of Agriculture, this interactive map is linked to downloadable PDFs of markets by county.
From the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, this website lists farmers markets and CSAs in alphabetical order; also includes a list of farmers and ranchers by product, as well as lists of restaurants, caterers, and bakeries; grocers, specialty stores, and co-ops; and institutions that sell local food.
With support from the Nevada Department of Agriculture, this website presents lists of farmers markets by city, retailers and restaurants that support local agriculture, farms in alphabetical order, as well as sorted by product (beets, okra, figs, ostrich, flowers, etc.), and you-pick farms, certified organic farms, CSAs, farm stands, and farms that host events.
A collaborative effort of several state offices, this online shop with delivery options lets customers search for products by farm name and by type (cheese and dairy, maple, vegetables, etc.).
From the New Jersey Department of Agriculture, this interactive map lists farmers markets, as well as roadside stands and you-pick farms by county; or search by specific fruits, vegetables, specialty items, and services (WIC/SNAP accepted, corn maze, school tours). Also includes a produce availability chart.
A collaboration between the New Jersey Department of Agriculture, the Food Policy Institute, and Rutgers, this agritourism directory is searchable by activity (pick your own, on-farm events, etc.) and by location.
From the New Mexico Farmers Marketing Association, this website includes a Google map and list of farmers markets, with notes on payment options; also includes a statewide list of CSAs and a crop calendar.
This website lists markets by alphabetical order and is searchable by day of the week, benefits accepted, and location; also includes a separate list of winter markets.
This interactive map plots FLCB members in western New York's Finger Lakes region. Tip: Hit the "categories" button under the map to search by member type (cheese producers, farmers, restaurants, wineries, etc.).
From the nonprofit GrowNYC, this site lists Greenmarket-member farmers markets by borough, with icons noting benefits accepted, recycling options, and youth farm stands.
This interactive map lists farmers markets by county; also includes a guide to farm products searchable by region, county, and type of product (apples, sweet corn, CSAs, etc.).
Search for Pride of New York–branded members by region or county and by product (from alpaca to zucchini); also includes a list of restaurants that carry Pride of New York products.
This website from the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services includes a farmers market directory searchable by market name or county; a produce availability chart; and a directory of farms and roadside stands searchable by product, among other criteria (you-pick, certified organic, CSAs).
This site lists NDFMGA-member markets in alphabetical order.
This database is searchable by product (tomatoes, sheep), by farm or business name, by county, and by additional criteria (certified organic, on-farm sales, CSAs).
From the Ohio Department of Agriculture, this directory is searchable by market name, county, or product, with optional additional criteria (you-pick, Christmas trees, etc.).
From the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, this directory of local products is searchable by county, farmers market name, category (agritourism, CSAs, meat, etc.), and selected other criteria (local dining, you-pick, etc.); also includes an interactive map version.
From the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry, this list includes both OK-Grown-member farmers markets and nonmembers in alphabetical order.
From the state’s official Oklamhoma Agritourism program, this website combines farmers markets and more (you-pick, vineyards, trail rides) in one alphabetical list.
Centered on Oregon’s Lane County, this farm directory is searchable by category (fruit, meat, veg, etc.), product (beets, bok choy), and growing method (biodynamic, organic, etc.); also includes lists of farmers markets and CSAs, as well as restaurants and caterers that buy directly from local farms.
This interactive map and directory lists farmers markets, farms, restaurants and caterers, retail stores, and wineries and breweries that carry local food.
This alphabetical directory of farmers markets is searchable by county or zip code.
From the State of Rhode Island’s Division of Agriculture, these downloadable PDFs list farmers markets, roadside stands, specialty farms (certified organic, turkey, dairy, etc.), pick-your-own apple and berry farms, and vineyards.
From the South Dakota Department of Agriculture, this site lists farmers markets alphabetically; also includes lists of organic producers and other products and activities by type (meat, milk and dairy, rural experiences).
From the grassroots organization Dakota Rural Action, this directory is searchable by region, product (CSAs, garlic, honey, pork) and includes a link to the South Dakota Local Foods Co-op.
From the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, this directory of farmers markets is subdivided by region and county; also includes lists of fairs, where to find local food by category (baked goods, poultry and eggs, sweet sorghum, etc.), and agritourism opportunities by type of activity (farm tours, fishing, pumpkin patches, etc.).
From the Texas Farmers Markets Association, this map and directory lists farmers markets statewide; also includes a produce availability chart.
This directory lists Go Texan–certified markets by city.
From the State of Utah, this Google map lists farmers markets by location and by day of the week; also includes a crop calendar, a downloadable PDF of roadside stands, and lists of CSAs and farms and orchards.
From the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, this website offers a series of interactive maps listing farm stands, farmers markets, winter markets, you-pick, turkey farms, Christmas trees, maple syrup, apple orchards, textiles, CSAs, cheese, eggs, and nurseries by county.
Includes lists of summer, winter, and EBT-accepting farmers markets that are NOFA members; also includes a statewide database of certified organic farms and producers, farm stands by county, and CSAs.
This farm directory is searchable by product or activity (from produce to farm stays to you-pick to worms) and by region.
Courtesy of the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, this website includes statewide lists of CSAs and farmers markets, both organized by region, as well as a directory of locally grown and raised products from aquaculture to peanuts, searchable by keyword and zip code.
From the official tourism office of Virginia, this website lists farmers markets in alphabetical order by region.
This interactive map lists member farmers markets by city, county, day of the week, and payment options (including WIC and EBT).
This website lists WVFMA member markets alphabetically; also includes a harvest calendar.
A project of the nonprofit group Collaborative for the 21st Century Appalachia, this searchable database fueled by user submissions lists farms, farm stands, farmers markets, CSAs, and more.
This interactive map lists farmers markets by county; also includes nutrition information and produce availability.
This website provides a downloadable PDF of farmers markets listed alphabetically by county; click the green "WFM" button in the center of the page.
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