When shopping in Loudoun, look for the logo.
More than 1,200 farms help stitch the fabric of western Loudoun County, home to a wide array of products and experiences that can’t be found anywhere else in the Washington, D.C., region. Those that commit to sourcing all of their products locally and invited to join the Loudoun Made, Loudoun Grown program.
These rural businesses provide families with responsibly-raised meat and fresh produce that was picked in the field that morning. They support a vibrant craft beverage industry, and are home to animals from all six inhabited continents.
Produce bought locally spends less time in transit, giving it more time to ripen, improving its taste and nutritional value. Freshly cut flowers last longer in your home when bought locally. A shorter commute from the farm to the customer also decreases the environmental impact of farming and increases its efficiency.
Farms are essential to Loudoun’s identity as a great place to live, work, play and visit. But they can’t survive without customers. Build a relationship with growers and producers by supporting the dozens of markets, roadside stands, artisan galleries, and pick-your-own fields throughout the county.
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