Finding Local Growers

Want to support local farms but don't know where to go? Farmers markets are a great place to start, but buying direct from a farmer is a much richer experience. 

CSA Farms

What is a CSA? It stands for "Community Supported Agriculture" and it works like a subscription. You become a member by making a one-time payment at planting time for a "share" of the season's crops to come. Usually comes as a weekly mixture, but each farm does it a little different. 

Tagge's Fruit and Veggie Farms 

Snuck Farm in collaboration with Carter's Family Farm

Farmyard Fresh

Backyard Urban Gardens Farms (B.U.G.)

Seasonal Farm Stands 

Yes, road-side farm stands still exist! You can get fruit straight from the orchard. Please keep in mind that these farms grow with the seasons here is Utah, so sadly, things like peaches are not available year round. 

Allred Orchards

Crandall's Fruit Farm  (825 East Center Street, Orem)

Pyne Family Orchard (696 E 200 N, Orem)

Harward Farms 

Wall Brothers Orchards

Utah Natural Meat & Milk (7400 South 5600 West, West Jordan)

Farmers Markets

A great place to look for new farms, artisan vendors, and fun foods. They usually run every week from June through October. 

Sunset Farmers Markets (Springville, Orem, Lindon)

Provo Farmers Market

Downtown Salt Lake at Pioneer Park *Look for Week's Berries! 

Liberty Park

Park City Farmers Market *Look for Week's Berries! 

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