This weblog contains LocallyGrown.net news and the weblog entries from all the markets currently using the system.
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South Cumberland Farmer's Market: Time to order local food!
It’s time to order from the Cumberland Farmers’ Market
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We thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to bring you the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious locally-produced foods possible!
Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: JV Farms Mushroom Party
On Sunday April 7 join Jay and Valerie at JV Farm in Bismark from 2-4 pm for a Mushroom Log Party. You can drill, seed, wax and tag your own mushroom Log.
Stick around after for a FARM TO TABLE chicken and shiitake stew with corn bread potluck. Choose Oyster or Shiitake.
Take your log home or leave here with your name and we will bring it to you when it starts to fruit. If you are unable to attend but want a log, we will deliver to co-op after the party.
For more info call Jay and Valerie Lee at:501-732-9093
StPete.LocallyGrown.Net: St. Pete Locally Grown Market Survey
Please take 10 minutes to tell us how we are doing. We want your business for the long-term and we’re prepared to work for it. Please click on Our Market Survey and Thank You in advance for completing all 10 questions. Your Market Manager, Tina Levy. ENJOY OUR GLORIOUS WEEKEND WEATHER!
TriLakes (NY) Winter Farmers Market: Trilakes Winter Market open
Good sunny morning! The Trilakes Market is now open for orders. If you want chicken or duck order really quickly – we are about out! But we do have wonderful spinach and tangy salad mix. The mild salad mix quickly went to flower, and since we are wanting to make room for tomatoes and cukes where the salad greens currently are, we did not replant. It has been too wet (and cold, but mostly wet) to get into field production.
The market will be open until Monday evening. This is it for this winter. Thank you VERY much for supporting us through the winter.
Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: Invitation to e-Day
YOU ARE INVITED!
All Spa City Co-op vendors and members are invited to the Hot Springs and Garland County Beautification Commission’s environmental fair, which we call the e-Day Festival. e-Day will be held on Sunday, May 19th this year, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Farmers’ Market pavilion in downtown Hot Springs.
What could be a better fit at an environmental festival than nutritious locally grown food? Plus, we emphasize education at e-Day, so here is an opportunity for you to share what you do and why it is important.
Every year for the past five years the Hot Springs/Garland County Beautification Commission has put on a family environmental fair called the e-Day Festival. The “e” stands for environment, Earth, energy efficiency, education and excitement. We will have about 50 vendors/exhibitors, children’s activities, entertainment, and food vendors, and expect at least 2,000 people. It’s not only a fun event; it’s also a place new ideas are shared, connections are made, and visitors learn about businesses and organizations in our area that are doing something positive for a sustainable future.
Here is our webpage: www.hotspringsgreen.org/eday.html
You can find us on Facebook, too (remember the hyphen and the word “Festival”): e-Day Festival
Chairperson, e-Day Team
Hot Springs Garland County Beautification Commission
Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: Equal Exchange close-out
There are a few packages of organic fair-trade Breakfast Blend coffee and one can of organic baking cocoa remaining from the coffee and chocolate close-out. You can buy them at the market on Friday or email Denise Marion at email@example.com to reserve a package.
Denise is also selling one Sun Oven at wholesale cost ($180) to the person who will demonstrate it at the e-Day Festival in Hot Springs on Sunday, May 19th.
Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: Spa City on-line market is open
The Spa City Market is now open for ordering. You have until Tuesday at 9 pm to place orders. Pick up is Friday from 3:30 – 5:30 pm at the Art Church (preferably before 5:00).
This week’s market manager is Denise Marion. Please contact her with problems/questions, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 501-318-6095(L) 501-65503130©.
Tampa Bay : Happy Easter- Put Your Orders in ASAP for Wednesday Pickup!
Birdhouse Buying Club of Tampa Bay
Providing Tampa Bay citizens a democratically-managed source of local, healthy, fresh food
Thank you for supporting our efforts to bring you the healthiest, freshest, and most delicious locally-produced foods possible.
Statesboro Market2Go: The Market is OPEN!
Wow! Did you see the veggies on the tables this week? We have some beautiful carrots, beets, kale, swiss chard and Vidalia salad onions—just to name a few of the veggies in season! What about the trees? Southern Native Planting delivered some beautiful apple trees — in fact, we planted one in our yard last weekend. Hunter Cattle brought their award-winning sausage (congrats to the Fergusons!), we had bakery goods, laundry soap, pecans, farm fresh eggs, and SO MUCH MORE! Please tell your friends about Statesboro Market2Go!
*Enjoy shopping! *
Local Farms First: Enhance Your Life with Eggs!
Greetings local food lovers!
The Market is Open!
Aside from having a chicken coop in your backyard, the delicious eggs on the market are the next best thing!
We’ve got turkey eggs, duck eggs, bantam eggs, chicken eggs and quail eggs from four different farms.
Don’t like your eggs scrambled or over easy? Use them to take your baking to the next level, whip the whites into homemade marshmallows or hard boil and chop to enrich potato or pasta salads.
Thanks for supporting local family farms,
LocalFarmsFirst.org – a 501c3 non-profit
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