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Permalink Local Food Guide Provides Directory for Southern Appalachian Mountains

Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project (ASAP) has released its 2017 Local Food Guide, a free directory of local food and family farms in the Southern Appalachian mountains. ASAP notes that this year's guide has new sections including a regional chart of farms to visit and popular U-pick items. The guide also features stories behind some of the farms in the region and relationships within the local food system. Printed copies of the guide are available at local businesses, and an online version allows users to search for local food by geographic location, product, farm, market, method of payment, and many other criteria.



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