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Interactive local foods map now available

North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring recently announced the availability of a new interactive web-based map to help consumers more easily find local foods in North Dakota. The map contains layers for farmers markets, on-farm sales, roadside stands, CSAs, u-picks, vineyards, produce donation sites and more.

“The new local foods map helps people find food grown, raised, harvested and made in North Dakota,” said Goehring. “The map is a great tool to connect with and support local growers and producers.”

The map also shows produce donation sites that will accept garden-grown produce for charitable causes.

The map is mobile responsive and will be updated frequently with new growers and producers.  Questions about the map should be directed to Ag Department Local Foods Specialist Jamie Good at 701-328-2659 or jgood@nd.gov.
 

The new local foods map is available at

https://www.nd.gov/ndda/local-foods-directory-map.