Ohioans looking for fresh summer produce don’t have to waste their time or money driving around town.
A directory of more than 350 farms and businesses is just a click away.
The annual Good Earth Guide, from the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association, helps Ohioans find locally-grown vegetables, fruits, herbs and grains, locally-raised meat and dairy products, and more.
Program Director Renee Hunt says it’s essentially a blueprint for those interested in eating local foods, in season.
Hunt says the guide is helping more people make connections that support wholesome food and sustainable agriculture.
The Good Earth Guide includes 166 certified organic farms and businesses, and more than 90 community-supported agriculture programs.
It is available both in print and online versions.
Hunt says they include tools that make it easy to search the listings for a specific product, business or farmer, by county, or by sales method.