Who We Are

Bucks County Foodshed Alliance is an organization of consumers, producers and other stakeholders working together to strengthen our local farming economy and improve availability of local, healthy, sustainably grown food for all members of our community.


BCFA serves as a link to bring together the consumers and producers who share an interest in a strong, sustainable food system in Bucks County.


BCFA delivers exceptional, informative and low- or no-cost programs for those interested in nutritious, sustainable food in Bucks County.


BCFA builds vital relationships with local and regional government, schools, social services, businesses, land stewards and others to strengthen our local food sytem, ecosystems, community, and economy.


Love your Farmer? Donate Now to Support Local Agriculture

Don't buy food from strangers! Know Your Farmers! You’ve heard it before, the importance of knowing who grows your food – and now it's even more important than ever. In addition to adapting to new and unexpected weather patterns as well as pests and diseases, Your Farmers are now also dealing with new rules, regulations and other economic challenges as a result of this pandemic. Over the years, BCFA has offered many ways for you and your community to better "Know Your Farmers," through the Wrightstown and Doylestown Farmers Markets, our Buy Fresh Buy Local e-guide, our website, newsletters, and farm tours. And with your help, BCFA has also provided financial support directly to farmers. In 2019, we awarded Small Farm Grants (SFGs) to three local farmers. And recently, we continued this effort with a SFG to a generationally family-owned and operated Pennsylvania Maple Syrup grower and producer, whose primary market is Bucks County.  
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Garden Centers Offering Curbside Pick-Up

Keep gardening safely with curbside pick-up and delivery options from your favorite garden centers! 
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