The local produce is running out. During the summer there is the local farmer's market (for fresh collards, kale, and local fruits). Then the veggie store always prefers local stuff. During the earlier fall it was awash with varieties of squash and greens. Before my latest trip it was starting to run down, but I was still able to have a mostly local meal before leaving (brussel sprouts, parsnips, leeks, and chicken). Only the chicken was not truly local. It's from an organic farm in PA.
But now the pickings are really slim. The brussel sprouts and winter squash will hold on, but the leeks are running low, the other greens are no longer local, and the fruit is imported. Thus it will remain until the summer crops begin.