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Russellville Community Market:  Infrastructure Updates and a couple of problems

Hey all,

I just wanted to give everyone a quick heads up that our software was upgraded over the weekend, and inevitably there may have been some problems.

Before today you may have noticed a few missing images on the website, but this should be resolved by now.

Also, if you use Internet Explorer 9 (IE 9), the ‘Featured Items’ and ’What’s New’ carousels are unfortunately disabled currently because of some internal problems with the software compatibility. Other browers (i.e., Chrome, Firefox) should be unaffected.

None of this should scare anyone, everything is still running smoothly and will continue to do so! Just a heads up if some things look different!

Thanks for reading everyone, and thanks for your support of RCM!

-Your RCM Market Managers

Monroe Farm Market:  Trouble Ordering from MFM

Good Monday Morning everyone,

A few of our wonderful customers have emailed To report trouble when ordering from our market. I wanted to let you know that we are looking into it and will hopefully get everything repaired shortly.

Meanwhile, if you want to go ahead and place your order, please send me your list and I can place your order for you until the problem is resolved. 

We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. 


Champaign, OH:  Sunny skies to shine on us...

If you needed a reminder to shop on your lunch hour, here it is! Skip the stores though and come see us! We have a wide variety of offerings from the most local vendors you can find! Trying to live on a 30 mile meal diet? We are your answer. Shop now til 8 PM tomorrow night! hope you can join us!

Suwanee Whole Life Co-op:  Order Confirmation emails

Hi Everyone,

Last Thursday our market website was migrated to a new server and some system upgrades were made. There were a few glitches and a major one was the email confirmation configuration. If you placed an order on Friday to Sat morning you probably did not get an email confirmation with your total. You can double check and get your total by going to Your Account and clicking Your Order History. I will have the packing list that shows orders and totals on the table tomorrow at pick up as well.

Some other system glitches were missing images, problems scrolling and general sluggishness when viewing the site using Microsoft Internet Explorer 9. Our developer has fixed all these problems and they should no longer be an issue. If you notice anything else please let me know.

Thank you so much for your support!

McMinnville Locally Grown:  We're Back!

J.B. has some of the prettiest Bibb he’s ever grown-only $2.00 this week.

Superior Seasons:  Weblog Entry

Good Day!

Reminder! Ordering is still open, CLICK HERE, until Monday at 5pm for Wednesday’s pickup! After 5 we update to start the next order cycle for Saturday!

Work in the Fields
Farmers are still busy finishing harvesting carrots, kale, and other frost tolerant crops. Minding the storage of potatoes, squash, etc to supply to markets for the winter. Preparing fields for next spring by lightly working or plowing the land or making raised beds to help get planting done in our short spring. Finally finishing a myriad of projects that abandoned during the chaos of summer weeding and harvests. Planning for next year!

Good Growing

Click to Read the Superior Seasons Weekly!

ALFN Local Food Club:  Pecans!

Hey ya’ll,
We’ve got pecans! Courtesy of Hardin Farms, you can get them whole or cracked! It’s been a long wait since we last had pecans! Laughing Stock Farms has also uploaded their Mei Qing Choi (can’t pronounce it, but it’s a delicious cousin of Bok Choy) and pepper sauce! And ABC Nature Greenhouse and Herb Farm has huckleberry plants and fig trees!

Rivervalley.locallygrown:  Market Open Reminder

Just a reminder to let you know that the market is open for your ordering pleasure.

Tampa Bay :  Order by Tuesday 11pm - Two New Farms & only 5 boxes left!

Working to build into a transparent, democratically managed, sovereign Food Cooperative that makes more affordable & available nutrient dense, fresh, local/regional foods

Market News

Thank you to everyone who came out yesterday for the Art Day! What a great success and great opportunity to reach out to new members and seminole heights foodies. Some really great art was produced – pictures to come soon!

We only have 6 more boxes available this week and dozens of items available.. and there will be some extra produce at the co-op available for purchase wed-friday.

Check out some of the new items online!

Get your holiday pumpkins at the co-op this week too – We still have some Calabaza Pumpkins 2lbs – 7lbs.

This weeks all local seasonal box pick:

Bok Choi
Yard Long Beans
Mushrooms &

We are grateful to all the members and customers – make sure you buy your membership today to avoid being charged more for your purchase!

Get the specials along with reduced costs to all the cool events coming up this Fall! Remember the first 100 get 1/2 off lifetime membership when that is established. We only have @ ’pre’memberships 60 left!

Ok so here’s the deal with the order system:

1. All Orders placed bewteen Monday morning & Tuesday night by 11pm

2. Pick up Wednesday between 2pm & 7pm at the new co-op

If we don’t have enough product that week to fill your order, we will put you down for the following week

If you have questions, please contact Ryan @

Check out one of our new farms – *Crones Cradle

Crones Cradle Conserve is a 756 acre, privately-owned, ecological preserve and education center located in Marion County, thirty-five miles southeast of Gainesville, an area of increasing sprawl and development. Sustainability is the underlying theme of all the Conserve’s endeavors. The Conserve seeks to retain as much as possible the existing flora and fauna in its natural state within Conserve boundaries. Less than 100 acres are being used for human purposes. The ultimate priority of the Conserve is protecting and appreciating the earth before carrying out any of its “people-related” ventures. This approach is the only way to achieve sustainability for farming, for the local community and for the planet, emphasizes Jeri Baldwin, co-founder with Deborah Light of Sag Harbor, New York of the Conserve

We are starting to ramp up business as the growing season slowly picks up from the wet summer and fall that delayed planting for farmers.

So keep your eyes peeled for new items popping up on the website!

We are all right now volunteering for the buying club – no one is on salary currently and everyone is pulling together to make purchases because of the desire to build a food system we can trust and because of a common belief that healthy food is right!

So if you have time and or professional skills, ideas, please don’t hesitate to join in.

Just email a resume and interest to

Come out and check out the new space across the street from Ella’s Folk Art Cafe!

Upcoming Local Food Events

Farm to Fork Dinner
Ella’s Folk Art Americana Restaurant
Nov 12th
Details to come


Ryan Iacovacci
Buying Club Market Manager

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!

Mid-Georgia:  Heron Bay Farmers' Market


Fall is in the air. The James Family Farm will be at Cannongate Parking lot tomorrow between 2 and 6 pm.

They will have:

and their usual baked and can goods.

Fall greens should be coming in shortly.

Have a great day and “eat your zip code”!