At Good Food Finder AZ, we strive to provide the most relevant, dynamic, and in-depth healthy, local food resources in Arizona. Please submit information for a resource here so that we can include what we may have missed.
One of the best ways to encourage youth to eat more healthy, local foods is to get local foods into their cafeterias and on their plates. There are also many resources to teach youth how to grow and prepare healthy food.
These resources will help you find food access assistance and show how to use those resources to purchase healthy, local foods.
Expand your local food knowledge with these college programs, webinars, and workshops based in Arizona and the U.S. as well as online.
Good Food Finder is Arizona’s largest and most comprehensive local foods directory. There are also a number of other state-wide, regional, and national directories of food out there; here are our favorites.
From good food advocacy coalitions to local food publications to home gardening information, here are some of our go-to resources.
Enjoy seasonal and local recipes from Local First Arizona Foundation and other guest chefs.
USDA Navigation Toolkit
A toolkit that helps farmers and food producers to navigate all the USDA agencies and programs that help them. DOWNLOAD THE PDF
Copper Communities Local Food Toolkit
This Copper Communities Local Food Toolkit was assembled to serve as a tool for current and future food producers to increase production and access new markets, as well as for the general public to navigate how to access more healthy local foods with existing infrastructure.
The Toolkit was assembled thanks to the 2017 United Stated Department of Agriculture Rural Business Development Grant: Copper Communities Food Hub Feasibility Study.
To request a paper copy, email us.