Farm to Plate

Farmers Mkts

WY Dept. of Ag.

WY Dept. of Ed.

Mission

Promote the purchase, consumption and education of locally produced foods and products.

Resources

Welcome to FoodRoutes Network…

…the home of Buy Fresh Buy Local

http://foodroutes.org/

2014 Local Food Guide - Wyoming Buy Fresh Buy Local Membership Directory

HOMEGROWN.org

HOMEGROWN.org is Farm Aid's gathering place for celebrating the "culture" in agriculture and sharing skills like growing, cooking and food preservation. Be sure to check out their Find Good Food page for helpful tools to find good foods broken down by category and state.

Eat Well Guide

The Eat Well Guide is a free online directory of family farms, restaurants, markets and other outlets of fresh, locally-grown food throughout the United States and Canada.

Farm Aid's Food Labeling Page

How do you know you’ve found good food? Several different food labels contain information about how food was grown or processed. Be sure you know which ones to look for.

FoodRoutes Network

The home of Buy Fresh Buy Local (BFBL), the FoodRoutes Network is dedicated to reintroducing Americans to their food. Find BFBL Chapters near you, farm to school and farm to college programs and much more!

Farm Aid's List of Winter Farmers Markets

Think farm fresh produce is only a seasonal joy? There are 1,225 winter & year-round farmers markets that are open year-round or just during the winter. Look through and help add to our list.

Local Harvest

Search for farmers markets, family farms, and other sources of sustainably grown food in your area, where you can buy produce, grass-fed meats, and many other goodies. If you can’t find what you’re looking for close to home, check out their catalog to order good food online.

USDA Farmers Market Search

Search USDA’s national directory for farmers markets by state and city.

USDA's Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food

Learn how the USDA supports good food from family farmers and local and regional food economies. Explore the Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food Compass to find out what's happening near you.

Farm Aid's Farmer Resource Network

The Farmer Resource Network connects you to more than 500 organizations and resources across the country promoting family farm profitability and sustainability. Take a look to find resources in your area that promote direct markets, institutional and wholesale markets and other work that brings good food to your table.

http://www.farmaid.org/site/c.qlI5IhNVJsE/b.2723709/k.82C7/Find_Good_Food.htm?msource=adwords&gclid=CNvzz7G17b8CFQUFaQodHgkAVA

http://eatlocalgrown.com/
The eatlocalgrown project was created to help you Find, Rate and Share Locally Grown Food! There are categories for Farms, Farmers Markets, Grocery Stores/Co-ops, Restaurants, Artisans and more.

http://www.slowfoodusa.org
Slow Food USA is part of the global Slow Food network of over 150,000 members in more than 150 countries. Through a vast volunteer network of local chapters, youth and food communities, we link the pleasures of the table with a commitment to protect the community, culture, knowledge and environment that make this pleasure possible.

http://localfoods.about.com/od/finduselocalfoods/u/BuyLocal.htm
The first step to eating locally is finding and buying local foods. Find out what to look for and where to look for it with these resources.

www.wyoextension.org/eatwyoming/default.php
Wyoming Local Foods Project was launched in January 2010 in an effort to improve relationships between consumers and producers of Wyoming foods. In addition to this website project efforts have included Wyoming Local Food Expos, local foods training, and the WY Local Foods Guide. Hard copies of our food guide are available for free at our County Extension Offices or can be ordered for a small fee from the UW Extension Ag Resource Center.

http://www.farmtotablenm.org/programs/southwest-marketing-network/
Founded in 2002, the Southwest Marketing Network’s purpose is to improve the economic viability of limited resource and traditionally underserved farmers, ranchers, and organizations providing services for producers and communities to preserve and enhance local food systems in the four corners’ states (New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado).