We know that a strong local food system keeps our communities vibrant, our economy growing, and our landscapes healthy. When we buy and eat local food, the benefits ripple throughout the community, helping small businesses thrive.
We want to empower you to inspire your community to eat more locally grown, raised, and made foods, meet the farmers, growers, and chefs behind their food, and learn new skills that keep more of us eating locally throughout the year.
This Eat Local Campaign is part of AMIBA’s Shop Indie Local Initiative.
Become an Eat Indie Local Months Partner
1st Priority Staffing
A Seat at the Table Books
Albemarle Downtown Business Association
Audubon Park Garden District
Basil Tree Catering
Cambridge Local First
Central Louisiana Regional Chamber of Commerce
City of Charlottesville Office of Economic Development
Community Wealth Builders
Dane Buy Local
Down to Earth Natural Foods
Eat Local First Olympic Peninsula
Farm to Institution New England
Friends of Norwood Center
Greater La Crosse LOCAL Business Alliance
Hero Media Network
Land For Good
Local First Springfield
Local Umbrella Media
Monadnock Food Co-op
New Hampshire Food Alliance
Ohio Sustainable Business Council
Pawleys Island Litchfield Business Association
People First Economy
Prince Puckler’s Ice Cream
Q Consularis LLC – EDO
Recipe for Success Foundation
Sustainable Business Network of MA
The Local Crowd Monadnock
TheNetWorks Organization, LLC
Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund/Vermont Farm to Plate
Not yet an AMIBA member? Learn more and join today!
Menu of Resources
Gather – Film Discussions with Sanjay Rawal, Ethan Gallegos, and Valerie Segrest
Gratitude to all who joined us for our screening of the film, GATHER. If you missed the post-film Q & A, you can view it here.
Celebrate National Farmers Market Week During Eat Indie Local Months
National Farmers Market Week is a great opportunity to show the nation how much value markets bring to their communities.