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Buy Fresh Buy Local Loudoun Chapter, Buy Fresh Buy Local Northern Piedmont Chapter, Buy Fresh Buy Local Charlottesville Chapter

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Your Trusted Guide to Local Food

Buy Fresh Buy Local Piedmont is brought to you by The Piedmont Environmental Council. Search our directory of farms, farmers markets, farm-to-table restaurants, artisans, and local food retailers who are committed to providing the best of Virginia agriculture.

Remember to use the filter function after selecting business type to locate specific products or types of farms. 

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Loudoun County Guide

Loudoun County Guide

The Loudoun County Buy Fresh Buy Local print guide is brought to you by The Piedmont Environmental Council and our amazing 2023-2024 sponsors. See the full sponsor list below! Download…

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Northern Piedmont Guide

Northern Piedmont Guide

Learn more about this local food guide for Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange and Rappahannock Counties. The Northern Piedmont Buy Fresh Buy Local guide is brought to you by The Piedmont…

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Cultivate Charlottesville: Big Impact Of Small Spaces

Cultivate Charlottesville: Big Impact of Small Spaces

"Charlottesville is a phenomenal foodie place: the restaurants are gourmet, there’s the wineries, the farms around...we’re very very lucky and well-resourced,” Cultivate Charlottesville’s Outreach and Resource Program Director Aleen Carey…

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The Piedmont Environmental Council is the Buy Fresh Buy Local chapter coordinator for the Charlottesville area, northern Piedmont and Loudoun County. If you are interested in learning more about local food initiatives, as well as other issues that pertain to the environment and quality of life in the Virginia Piedmont, sign up for PEC’s email alerts at

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