Community Food Guide - Directory Information

The Community Food Guide (CFG) is an approximately 100 page annual magazine published by Cooperation Humboldt.  The CFG promotes food justice in Humboldt and Del Norte counties by actively promoting access, equity, education, and empowerment in relation to our local food system.

Directory listings are free of charge for locally owned businesses, individuals, and organizations who fit the descriptions below.

To submit your listing details, please click on the relevant category link(s) below. 

Growing, Cooking and Preserving Food

  • Growing Food (businesses, clubs and nonprofits that provide educational opportunities around growing food)
  • Cooking & Preserving Food (businesses, clubs and nonprofits that provide educational opportunities around cooking and/or preserving food)
  • Gardening Supplies (businesses that sell gardening supplies)
  • Community Gardens (gardens located on land set aside to grow food for individuals and their communities with plots available; some are open for public participation, some may be only for residents, while others are dedicated to students or parents at a school)
  • Community Farms (farms/gardens that grow food to be distributed to their communities or to food pantries; primarily learning centers about growing, seed saving, permaculture and sustainable farm practices; volunteer opportunities; plots are not open for individuals)

Purchasing Local Food

  • Farmers' Markets (physical retail marketplace intended to sell produce, live animals and plants, and sometimes prepared foods and beverages directly from farmers to consumers)
  • U-Picks (farms where individuals can purchase produce that they pick themselves)
  • Farm Stands (stands, booths, etc. that sell farm goods)
  • CSA Farms (farms sell directly to the public in the form of subscriptions)
  • Farms, Ranches & Fisheries (locally owned/operated farms, ranches, and fisheries offering wholesale and/or retail sales)
  • Caterers (companies and individuals committed to using locally sourced ingredients, as well as beers, wines, and spirits, whenever possible when they cater parties and other events for clients)
  • Food Trucks & Pop-Ups (locally owned/operated mobile/pop-up/home-based prepared meal vendors)
  • Restaurants (locally owned/operated restaurants that have committed to using local ingredients when possible)
  • Grocery Stores (locally owned/operated grocery stores that carry local products)
  • Fish Markets (locally owned/operated fish markets)
  • Packaged Products
    • Foods (locally owned/operated businesses selling baked goods & grains, candies & chocolate, dressings, sauces & spices, dairy & eggs, fish & seafood, honey, jams, jellies & preserves, and other packaged food products)
    • Beverages (locally owned/operated businesses selling non-alcoholic beverages, craft breweries, wineries, cideries, and distilleries)
    • Other Packaged Foods
      • Herbs/Medicinals (locally owned/operated businesses and individuals that sell packaged herbs and medicinals)
      • Pet Foods (locally owned/operated businesses and individuals that sell pet foods and treats)