Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Massachusetts Coalition for Local Food and Farms?
The Massachusetts Coalition for Local Food and Farms (MCLFF) is an alliance of nine regionally-based nonprofit ‘Buy Local’ organizations. Our organizations provide critical support to Massachusetts farmers and fisherman by educating consumers about local agriculture, training and supporting farmers to develop thriving businesses, and increasing the availability of local food for all members of the Commonwealth. Learn more about our work here.
Where does the Massachusetts Coalition for Local Food and Farms work?
Together, our alliance of nine regionally-based nonprofit ‘Buy Local’ organizations covers the entire state of Massachusetts. You can type in city or town on our homepage to find out which organization works in your county.
Where can I find local food near me?
Our ‘Buy Local’ organizations are a great resource for finding farmers’ markets, farm stands, CSA’s, grocery stores, restaurants, breweries, and wineries selling locally grown food and products. Visit our local food guides page to find local food near you!
How can I support the Massachusetts Coalition for Local Food and Farms?
As non-profit organizations, we welcome community support. The best way to support the MCLFF is to connect with the member organization working in your community. You can search your city or town on our homepage to determine which organization works in your county, then visit their website for more information.
Is the MCLFF hiring?
Please check the websites of our member organizations for more information about their employment and internship opportunities.