Community Partners

Community Partners

At Tait Farm Foods, we welcome the opportunity for community in every area of our business. Discovering, celebrating and sharing the abundance of agriculture in our region helps all of us grow stronger through important relationships. Here we list some of our community partners and we hope that you will also support their important work in our region.

Buy Fresh Buy Local

Buy Fresh Buy Local® - Your guide for locating farm fresh foods, value-added products, agritourism experiences, cooperative connections, suppliers, and restaurants throughout Centre County.

Centre County Farmland Trust

Centre County Farmland Trust works with willing farm families to place a conservation easement on their farmlands, ensuring that the land is preserved for agricultural purposes forever, regardless of future ownership.

Downtown State College Farmers Market

Downtown State College Farmers Market offers farmers and residents of Centre County an opportunity to mutually benefit from a market of locally produced items.

Farmland Preservation Artists

Farmland Preservation Artists promote the preservation and appreciation of farmland through the visual arts.

Field Guide to the New American Foodshed

Field Guide to the New American Foodshed is a resource for beginning farmers and ranchers. Field Guide case studies which includes Tait Farm, provide models for addressing different aspects of farm and ranch business development.

Harner Farm

Harner Farm has been a State College tradition for many years. Our farm friendship means sharing some of their delicious produce with our customers at the Tait Farm Harvest Shop. provides a user-generated directory of local producers, searchable by community and by category. Users can create listings as well as rate and review producers.


LocalHarvest is a terrific resource for finding the best organic food grown closest to you: farmers' markets, family farms, and other sources of sustainably grown food in your area.

PA Preferred

PA Preferred is a program designed to identify locally sourced Pennsylvania products and help you find your way to them.

PASA works

PASA works to bring farmers together to learn from each other, and to build relationships between farmers and consumers looking for fresh, locally and sustainably produced food.

Pennsylvania Certified Organic

Pennsylvania Certified Organic exists to assure the integrity of organic agricultural products through education, inspection, and certification of growers, processors and handlers.

WPSU's Local Food Journey

WPSU's Local Food Journey explores what it means to eat local in central Pennsylvania. Includes restaurant and market reviews, recipes, photos, and videos.

Way Fruit Farm

Way Fruit Farm has been a farm family friend for more than 100 years. We proudly sell Way Fruit Farm Apple Butter in the Harvest Shop.