Please read our most recent New & Prospective Member Update here.While we are currently at our weekly order capacity, you can sign up as a new member to be added to the waitlist. Members on the waitlist will be contacted via email as soon as we are able to start deliveries, at which point you can decide whether you still wish to participate. Thank you again for your interest in joining Good Food Farmers!
Good Food Farmers is farmer-owned and dedicated to connecting members like you with farmers like us who share your passion for food that is fresh, local, just, and sustainable. We deliver fully customizable orders to your home or office, so you can eat well and make a difference with every meal.
We were founded in 2014 in Columbia County, New York by Henry Corsun and Sara Querbes of Dog Wood Farm in collaboration with their farming peers. As farmers and concerned citizens, Good Food Farmers founding farmer-members sought to improve the financial viability of local agriculture, encourage development of more vibrant and resilient local food systems, and improve the ease with which Hudson Valley residents could directly support local farms.
When you spend your grocery dollars in our Good Food Loop, your dollar goes so much further than just filling your basket. You help keep money in the local economy and support farmers who care deeply about the Earth and all its inhabitants, from the microbes to the macro organisms.
When we call ourselves Good Food Farmers, what exactly do we mean by good food. Can we actually define good food? We’ll certainly try. To us, good food is food that is fresh and flavorful, restorative to the body and the environment, and grown on farms by respected, protected, and fairly compensated farmers.
It is our commitment to you that every bag of farm foods that you bring into your home is full of ingredients that meet that definition. That every single farm product in your bag is:
Did you know that, as of 2011, on average, only $0.08 of every dollar spent in the grocery store got back to a farmer? By supporting the farms directly, your Good Food Farmers receive at least $0.70 of every dollar; the rest covers delivery and administrative costs. Think about that: when you spend $45 on food at the store, farmers get about $3.50, but when you spend $45 with Good Food Farmers, the farmers get at least $31.50. Now that changes the system!