Welcome to the York County BUY FRESH BUY LOCAL® Chapter, your guide for locating farm fresh foods throughout York County. York County Buy Fresh Buy Local activities are coordinated by a group of local dedicated volunteers, with the mission to connect the people of York County to locally produced food and farm products. Our Chapter was launched in 2010, so check back frequently for updates. We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help coordinate activities, as well as farmers, farm markets, seasonal stands, bakeries, orchards, nurseries, CSA’s, wineries, restaurants, caterers and other local food businesses who would like to Partner with the York County Buy Fresh Buy Local Chapter. For information, or to get involved with Buy Fresh Buy Local activities in our county, click on the "Contact us" link above.


Buy Fresh Buy Local® (BFBL) is the premier trademark of the local foods movement in the United States. The Pennsylvania Association of Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) coordinates this program in Pennsylvania, in partnership with a diverse coalition of organizations and agencies (including the York County Agriculture Business Council, YCABC) (and supported by a growing community of local volunteers) on behalf of our national partner, the FoodRoutes Network. The York County chapter is one of 13 BFBL chapters in Pennsylvania.

Chapter By-Laws


2015 Local Food Guide Listing

Now's the time to fill out your application to be included in this year's local food guide.  Download the Food Guide application here.


Membership renewal is also due.  This year's Tastes of York County event will be held at the New Freedom Farmers' Market on Sat., June 13th.  Only BFBL York Partners can participate in the annual Tastes of York County event.  We hope you can come be part of this celebration of fresh, local food...and save $25 on your renewal fee!  The Membership Renewal form is here.  Although you can become a member at any time throughout the year, in order to be included in the Food Guide, your listing must be submitted no later than February 28th


Missed the Farm to City Street Dinner? No worries, Seth Nenstiel Photography captured some amazing images. Check out his online photo album or on the Facebook page.