Good Gifts Guide Supports Local Farms and Businesses




The Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) is making it easy to shop local and support farms this winter with their annual Good Gifts Guide. The online guide at pasafarming.org/goodgifts features more than 60 participating farms and businesses, offering local foods, crafts and cool experiences from October through December.

The guide highlights locally made gifts that include artisan cheese, tasty jams, honey, microbrews and fine Pennsylvania wines, as well as beautiful and unique handcrafted gifts of soaps, lotions and candles. There are also gift cards for restaurants specializing in local ingredients. With more than 5,000 members, PASA is one of the largest and most active sustainable agriculture organizations in the U.S. Its hallmark event, the Farming for the Future Conference, draws thousands of participants from more than 30 states and six countries each February.

For more information, visit pasafarming.org.

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