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.
Need to get away? Love learning about good, local food? These farms and ranches across Arizona offer an additional adventure to your local food experience.
Arizona has over 100 community gardens across the state and they are growing in number every year. Grow your own healthy food and find a garden near you today!
What’s a CSA, you ask? In short, a true CSA is nearly the best way you can directly support your local farmer. A win-win for you and them. Find a listing of these great programs farms are featuring all across our state.
From good food advocacy coalitions to local food publications to home gardening information, here are some of our go-to resources.
We’ve got it broken down for you; whether you live in the most northern parts of Arizona, metropolitan Phoenix, beautiful and cultural Baja or anywhere in between, here’s a list of all the farmers markets in Arizona.
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.
These restaurants are actively and continuously supporting Arizona’s small-scale farms and artisans through procurement and marketing.
When you can’t make it to a farmers market or need to supplement your CSA, support the small businesses that are supporting small farms and artisans.