Who We Are
Bucks County Foodshed Alliance is an organization of consumers, producers and other stakeholders working together to:
Strengthen our farming economy
Improve availability of local, healthy, sustainably-grown food for all members of our community
Our Programs & Events
- Saturday, Apr 24 : Doylestown Farmers Market
- Saturday, Apr 24 : Wrightstown Winter Farmers Market
- Saturday, May 1 : Doylestown Farmers Market
- Saturday, May 1 : Opening Day of Wrightstown Farmers Market (regular season)
Farm Tours Conducted
Small Farm Grants Awarded
What’s been happening!
April 17th is opening day for the Doylestown Farmers Market! Join us from 8am to 1pm for the happiest and most delicious street party featuring the best local produce and...
Market Highlights Add Delicious Local Foods to Your Diet Chase away those winter blues with greens from Rolling Hills Farm and Roots to River Farm (limited supply due to...
Market Highlights Saturday Feb 13th Gifts from the Heart and Food Good for the Heart for Valentine's Day! Come out and get delicious foods fit for a special Valentine...
Customers at BCFA Farmers' Markets in 2020
Places to Buy Local Farm Products!
Collaboration is the key to achieving our mission. Thanks so much to our incredible network of farmers, producers, dedicated volunteers and all of our committed supporters and advocates.
Bucks County Foodshed Alliance (BCFA) was founded in 2006 by a grassroots group to make the bounty of our farms more accessible to our community, while providing farmers with a market for their products. The first initiative was to create a farmers’ market, which is now the self-supporting year-round Wrightstown Farmers Market. Today, BCFA’s activities continue to expand and evolve in order to keep:
Building a Resilient Local Food System
Connection, Education & Collaboration
BCFA is incorporated as a 501(c)(3) public charity supported by donations and membership dues.
BCFA began running the Doylestown Farmers Market.
BCFA established the Bucks County Chapter of Buy Fresh Buy Local, a consumer education program that helps citizens easily identify fresh, locally grown and produced food.
Look for this label wherever you shop!