Here's a tongue twister for you: free farm fresh eggs! That's what we received on Sunday from a gentleman that we know. His hens are laying quite well, so he gives away the overage to his friends.
That is part of living naturally, eating organic, and being part of the bigger picture: if you can't provide something for yourself, barter with those who do, but stay local. Oftentimes there is someone in your community who grows/makes something that you never knew. Put up signs, or just use word-of-mouth in the coffee shop to let people know you're interested in buying organic. Especially bigger-ticket items like if a local farmer is butchering a cow, you can buy top-quality beef and freeze it and feed your family for a long time, knowing your meat has no additives or preservatives!