Grown Locally, check with your local Extention Office in your town or county. They will be able to direct you to local farms, Farmers Markets and hobby gardeners and Master Gardeners that may have seasonal produce for sale in your area. Here is a link that has nation wide Extention Offices listed http://www.pickyourown.org/countyextensionagentoffices.htm
Be sure to check with your neighbors, you might have a neighbor that is growing a garden in there back yard and would be excited to share the produce he grows with you. If you are willing to get a little dirty in the garden they just might welcome the help with routine garden tasks in exchange for some produce.
When you buy from a neighbor, a local small family farm, not only are you helping the family farm and the neighbor down the street but you are helping your community to realize the value of buying local and keeping the dollars in your community instead of in the supermarkets where food is trucked long distances and picked weeks in advance of the date you purchase it. The produce you buy from a local family farm or neighbor you will be able to ask them questions on how it was grown, and what type of pesticides they used on there garden. A great benefit is sometimes they just might have a great recipe to share with you too.