Help Us Rebuild Our Farm Guide! We Need Your Help!

MOFFA's Guide to Michigan's Organic and Ecologically Sustainable Growers, Farms, Retailers, and CSA’s

Are you…

  • An organic and/or sustainable farmer who wants to sell more of the food you produce? 
  • A local retailer who sells organic and sustainable food? 
  • A consumer who wants to know where you can easily access more organic and sustainably grown food? 

Then we need your help to rebuild our farm guide! 

Listing is free, and MOFFA membership is not required. 

Fill out the corresponding form below to be added! 

Farmers: Use this form to be added to our Farm Guide! 

Not USDA Certified? No problem! We simply ask you to complete our Farmer’s Pledge

Local Retailers: Use this form to be added to our Farm Guide! 

Consumers: Nominate a farm here, and we’ll contact them to confirm they want to be added to the guide, and have them complete the form. 

You can also contact us or download the form and send it in by mail if you prefer. 

MOFFA values and believes in the transparency the USDA Organic Certification brings to consumers. That being said, we also recognize that not all farms have the means to complete the certification process due to the financial burden or human resources required to complete and maintain the certification. 

For this reason, we support and promote farms and farmers that are both USDA Organic Certified, and those who have committed to farm utilizing organic and sustainable practice, but have not become certified. For those farms that have not received the USDA Organic Certification, but would like to be included in the MOFFA farm guide, we require them to complete the Michigan Farmer’s Pledge. 

MOFFA is also a strong supporter of the Real Organic Project, which seeks to preserve the integrity of the organic label. 

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About the Guide

When the Michigan Organic Food and Farm Alliance (MOFFA) first published Eating Organically in 1999, it was one of Michigan’s earliest guides to organic and local foods. Our most recent version from May 2020 was MOFFA’s seventh edition. This guide includes 143 listings for farmers and growers, including 87 Certified Organic farms. This is not a complete list of all businesses offering local, sustainably grown foods in Michigan—we have only included those growers who made information available to us.

Due to the age of the most recent Farm Guide, we highly recommend you call any farm or retailer listed in the 2020 guide to ensure hours, etc. 

Throughout the Guide, MOFFA leaf indicates that the farm is a member of MOFFA.  USDA Organic Badge highlights Certified Organic operations, and pledge symbol means that they have signed the Farmer’s Pledge.

Interested in purchasing a printed copy of the MOFFA 2020 Farm Guide (our most recent version)? 

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If you are interested in purchasing multiple copies, please contact us