Grant County Food Guide
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Local Dairy/EggsLocal FruitLocal Grain
Local MeatLocal SweetsLocal Vegetables
How to Buy and Eat Local
» Buy directly from a local producer. Contact some of the producers listed here.

» Go to the John Day Farmers Market (seasonal). Support the local vendors who come out to the market for your convenience.

» Get involved with a community garden. Grow your own food, or food for someone in need at one of the several community gardens around the county.

» Buy from a retailer that sells or prepares locally produced food. Encourage local retailers to source their products locally by purchasing from local producers and processors.

» Buy locally raised whole animals. Contact one of the livestock producers to arrange the purchase of an animal for meat, then contact a custom meat processor for the kill, cut and wrap.

HAND GROWN

DAYVILLE, OR 97825
PH1: 541-620-0262
Tony and Linda Hand grow blueberries, raspberries, cucumbers, broccoli, cauliflower, peppers, tomatoes and more. Call for more information.
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Whether you ranch, farm or just grow a backyard garden, the Grant County Local Food Guide is free service designed to help you sell your harvest.

The Food Guide is a great place to let people know what you produce and when it's available.