Local Farms, Local Families, Local Food & more

Farmers of Burlington County, NJ 


Burlington County is full of tradition and history. It is no surprise that farming has deep roots in the county's history. In fact, the development of the commercial blueberry crop began in Burlington County with the work of Elizabeth C. White at Whitesbog.. Check out some old photos of farming in Burlington County

  • Jersey Fresh Sweet Corn
  • Jersey Tomatoes
  • Blueberries & Cranberries
  • Peaches
  • Local Honey & Eggs
  • Hay & Straw
  • Jersey Grown Landscape Plants
  • and more

Local Food & more:


We wanted to share with you some of our favorite recipes using farm fresh local foods. Check back with us often as we will continue to provide some new and exciting ways to prepare local foods. We will even share some traditional farm family favorites.

Get ready for the 2018

Burlington County Farm Fair​​ -

located on the beautiful Burlington County Fairgrounds in Springfield Twp, NJ. 

The 2018 Fair runs from Tuesday, July 17 through Saturday, July 21.

For more information visit :

www.burlingtoncountyfarmfair.com !


There are many great reasons to choose local foods with a wide array of products grown locally. Check out more information about local Burlington County farms.... 

Nothing tastes better or fresher than locally grown fruits and vegetables. Maybe your wondering when our local crops will be in season. You have come to the right spot to find out what's available right now.....

Join us and help us support the local farming community. That community includes family farms, small scale hobbyists, and anyone interested in locally grown foods.....

FarmersofBurlingtonCountyNJ.com. is the website of the Burlington County Board of Agriculture. The Board of Agriculture is made up of local farmers and others who support agriculture...