For those interested in buying straight from the farm, check out http://www.biodynamics.com/usda/.
This website shows you a listing of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms by state. We have belonged to an organic (not all are!) CSA for the past three years and it is the best thing we have ever done! (Many CSA's that aren't certified organic may be in the process of becoming certified or use very limited chemicals -- find out!)
The way it works is you buy a share of the harvest before the season begins. That way you share the risk and bounty with the farmer and each week during the season (usually a 20 week summer season) you pick up (or some places deliver) a portion of whatever is harvested that day. At "our" farm, Terry's Berries in Tacoma, WA, we receive an incredible variety and abudance of the freshest, tastiest, most wonderful vegetables and berries and apples that I drive an hour each way once a week to participate. My 3 year old dd will eat the veggies from the farm that she wouldn't even look at if they came from somewhere else!
We also have the option to get fresh flowers that we pick ourselves, fresh organic eggs and fresh organic chickens. Often you can work on the farm if you prefer that to buying a share. Our farm offers a discount for picking your own beans, peas and berries (and I think it will be great fun to do that this year with dd!).
It is so satisfying to support a local farmer, get fabulous, fresh, organic produce, and it is also an incredible savings compared to if you were to buy the same amount of organic produce from the store. It is just the best! Check it out!