MOFFA plans to publish the guide as a hardcopy edition as well as online at MOFFA’s website, www.moffa.net. The 2013 edition will focus solely on growers. In future editions they will add other resources — farmers’ markets, restaurants, retail outlets, distributors, suppliers, etc. While organic certification is not a steadfast requirement, they intend that all farms listed follow organic and sustainable growing practices.
To be included in the guide, you will need to submit a Grower Information Form. This form is available:
- as a .pdf file which you may download and print
- as an interactive form which can be filled out directly on the website
- by calling 248-262-6826 to request a form be mailed to you (please leave a message with your name and address and mention the Grower Information Form)