There are many farmer’s markets that happen in and around Columbus, which is one of the easiest ways to get a short food supply chain. For instance, this year the Clintonville Farmer’s Market is at the Ohio History Center, plus they have an online shopping option. Check out the information here: https://www.clintonvillefarmersmarket.org.
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