FIND LOCAL FOOD (MARYLAND)
The Eater's Guide to Local Food in Maryland
Buy Fresh Buy Local Chesapeake's guide to locally sourced and sustainably grown foods. The 27-page guide includes farmers' markets, community supported agriculture, meat and eggs, creameries, seafood, locally sourced restaurants, wineries and breweries, natural food stores, and a guide to Maryland's seasonal harvest.
Amazing Grazing Directory
This publication, produced by Future Harvest CASA, helps consumers and grass-based farmers connect. The directory lists grass-based farms in the Chesapeake region that sell directly to consumers.
Clagett Farm: Run by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Clagett Farm, located in Upper Marlboro, uses farming methods that are truly sustainable—both economically and environmentally. The farm's Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program and grass-fed beef sales are open to the public.
Maryland's Best: Searchable database of local products from Maryland farmers. From produce, seafood, grass-fed beef, grains, and specialty items to CSA's, nurseries, wine, agri-tourism, and more.
So Maryland So Good: Farm and product guide for Anne Arundel, Calvert, St. Mary's, Charles, and Prince George's counties.
Local Harvest: A national searchable database for organic food sources--from local farms and CSA's to restaurants, grocers, and more.
Amazing Grazing Directory: Produced by Future Harvest, which is helping to create a viable and sustainable local food system, this directory is your source for local grass-fed meat, poultry, and dairy products.
Future Harvest (Chesapeake Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture): This non-profit's mission is to provide education, networking, and advocacy to help build a sustainable Chesapeake foodshed, where food flows from farm and fishery to table in ways that strengthen farming and the regional food economy; protect our land, water, and air; and provide healthy, nutritious food that sustains the region's communities and cities.
Sustainable Table: Information and issues about sustainable agriculture.