Local Food

Supporting locally grown food and the transition to sustainable agriculture and healthy, seasonal foods, this icon set is ideal for promoting community wellbeing. It's currently a draft - please comment at GreenMap.org/localfood

Simboluri

Farm
Farm
Encompasses small-scale city farm to full-size rural farms that are organic, biodynamic, regenerative or utilizing other sustainable methods. Can be used to indicate 4H demonstration farms, agricultur...
City Farm
City Farm
Any size of agricultural farm established in urban or residential areas, outdoors, on the roof, indoors, even in a schoolyard. Can be cooperative, commercial, educational, therapeutic, demonstration, ...
Allotment Garden
Allotment Garden
Garden with assigned plots shared and maintained by local residents in urban areas. There may be a waiting list, limited availability, fences and/or a shed with tools, water, etc, but they are not res...
Community Garden
Community Garden
Often planted on public or formerly abandoned land and run by volunteers who cultivate food, flowers and closer relationships to nature and one another. Sometimes fenced and locked or threatened by de...
Permaculture
Permaculture
Short for permanent agriculture, this sustainable system of agriculture and settlement is practiced all over the world. Permaculture Design can be applied to various types of projects. Eco-agriculture...
Greenhouse
Greenhouse
From hoop houses to fully fixed structures, food production greenhouses extend the growing season and allow warm weather plants such as tomatoes and peppers to thrive in cool weather areas. May be geo...
Farmers/Local Market
Farmers/Local Market
Sells regionally grown produce. May be organic or traditional foods, sold in a lively permanent or temporary setting. Food does not travel far, so it's fresh and nutritious. Shopping here directly sup...
Healthy Dining
Healthy Dining
The emphasis is on wholesome, healthful, fresh foods. Vegetarian and vegan (no animal products); gluten-free, meat and dairy products from ethically treated animals, without genetic modifications or f...
Healthy Dining
Healthy Dining
The emphasis is on wholesome, healthful, fresh foods. Vegetarian and vegan (no animal products); gluten-free, meat and dairy products from ethically treated animals, without genetic modifications or f...
Picnic Spot / Healthy Dining
Picnic Spot / Healthy Dining
Enjoy a meal, drinks or snack in a park, an outdoor cafe, food truck area or picnic zone. Can be temporary cafe seating or an ongoing location designed for physical distancing.
Artisanal Food /Local Flavor
Artisanal Food /Local Flavor
Cuisine of a particular place, often made from local ingredients. These foods can re-introduce traditional food preservation, nutrition, indigenous and gourmet practices. Often seasonal, hand-made and...
Landmark Dining/Pub
Landmark Dining/Pub
A locally famous cafe or restaurant or brew house that is part of the culture of the community.
Farming /Cooking School
Farming /Cooking School
Formal or informal, in-person or online, this is a cafe, school, farm or garden that offers education classes and workshops to the public, ranging from learning to cook local food, to growing, preser...
Farm Stand
Farm Stand
Produce is available, often outdoors, with payment on the honor system, or in a more conventional way.
Composting Site
Composting Site
Place where food waste, leaves, garden and lawn cuttings are biodegraded into rich new soil. Can include large-scale or demonstration projects, food-scrap pick up or drop-off sites, or places to buy l...
CSA
CSA
Locally supported agriculture economy subscription system supporting local farmers. Can be used to indicate organizations that make the link between urban communities and nearby farmers though communi...
Nursery/Garden Shop
Nursery/Garden Shop
A place where seeds, young plants and trees are grown and or offered for sale or distribution. Tools, furniture, mulch, books, planters and related products are available.
You-pick
You-pick
A farm or garden that allows customers to pick their own produce, and often, it is family-friendly recreation. Also known as Pick-your-own.
Community Kitchen
Community Kitchen
Supporting food processing and storage, this is a kitchen that meets local commercial standards and is accessible to community members to prepare locally grown food. Often supports local food start-u...
Food Bank
Food Bank
Food banks assure food is not wasted and hunger is reduced by providing low or no-cost food for low-income or displaced people. May serve meals, provide ingredients for home cooking or deliver to hous...
Food Gathering Site
Food Gathering Site
Glean fallen or unwanted fruits, pick and gather edibles, go fishing, forage on public land or harvest wildcrafted herbs and foods. Be responsible. Consider ecological concerns, delicate habitats, and...
Beekeeping
Beekeeping
The cultivation of honeybees, mainly for pollination and the production of honey, but also to support healthier bees. Local honey is said to have allergy immunity benefits. Wild bees can be supported ...
Edible Landscape
Edible Landscape
Public area or streetscape where edible plants are grown and available for anyone to eat. The landscape may be cultivated by the municipality, a Transition, mutual aid, community or non profit group, ...
Hydroponic/Aquaponics
Hydroponic/Aquaponics
Growing plants in water, either horizontally or vertically. Aquaponics are a symbiotic system which grows plants, sea vegetables and fish using the same water, also known as aqua-farming - there's aqu...
Farm Animals
Farm Animals
Place where the public can see domesticated animals carefully tended, ethically cared for and sustainably raised, including gardens with chickens and rabbits, police horse barns, fish ponds, etc. with...
[16, 6, 1, 6]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[10, 6]
[10, 10]
[10, 20]
[10, 30]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]