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Gwinnett Locally Grown: Wonderful New Products, FREE Event on Tuesday & More!
Local Farms First: Orders Are Ready For Pickup!
Greetings Local Farms First food lovers!
Pick Up Reminder!!
YOUR ORDERS ARE READY FOR PICK UP NOW!!
Don’t forget to pick up your order today between 4-6 PM!
Crested Butte: The CB Pick-Up Location is now at Montanya Distillery, 130 Elk Avenue.
Gunnison: Upstairs at the ORE Office (202 E. Georgia).
Thanks for supporting local family farms,
Amy Konash- Market Manager
LocalFarmsFirst.org – a 501c3 non-profit
click here to start shopping on the website:
The Cumming Harvest: The Market is Open for orders for pick up on Saturday
Sorry for the short and unattractive email. The market is open.
If you have any questions please contact me.
Jbo Locally Grown: Oct 12 and Know your Farmer
*Thanks to everyone who ordered online last week!
We’re back for the last few weeks of our Saturday market! Look for crisp fall weather, lots of pumpkins to eat and decorate with…and please remember:
Our fall hours begin Saturday (9am-noon).
Music: Old Time tunes from Nokosee Fields and friends
In addition to our wonderful array of produce, egg, bread/baked goods, meat, cheese, plant and produce vendors, here are some notes for this week:
- Eric Isenburg will join us with 4- and 6-inch potted sedum plants, some 1 gallon rosemary and lemon grass, and assorted perennials.
- New vendor Paul Peterson will bring his fresh garden lettuce.
- Midway Fields Microgreens will be away.
This week in the craft booth:
- “All Nature Sings,” Herbal soaps by Ginny Wall
- “Momma Chappell’s Herbs & Art”
- Patrick Linkous (you know him from Stoney Slope farm) will be coming to market as a crafter this month! Come see his vases from prepurposed/reclaimed barn wood, bedsprings and glass!
This week’s featured farmer is
Read all about ArkAngel Farm here: www.jfmvendors.blogspot.com
See you tomorrow!
Middle Tennessee Locally Grown: Just a Few Hours Left to Order!
Thanks for your orders last week! You have just a couple hours to place your order for Thursday delivery at the Manchester Locally Grown market. Everything you order by noon today will arrive fresh from local farms tomorrow. Pickup will be at Square Books from 3:30-5:00. Please e-mail me if you need to pick up a little later.
Please encourage your local friends and family to shop with us and support local farmers!
Go here to shop our market. See you on Thursday!
South Cumberland Food Hub: Time To Order Local Food!
Good Morning Everyone,
It’s time to order your local food this morning. And don’t forget about our beautiful mums to add some cheerfulness to your home or office.
We’re open till noon today. Have a great day!
Thank you for supporting your local farmers.
New Field Farm's Online Market: frosty morning and ginger
We had more of a frost than I had expected – I hadn’t expected any! I won’t know until the sun hits the plants if there was much damage. The first hard frost date has definitely been pushed back over the years. We used to routinely have a killing frost by the end of September, if not sooner.
If you ordered ginger don’t forget to pick it up here or at Union Mill. If I don’t see a regular order from you to which I would add your ginger, I’ll email you a reminder Thursday night or Friday morning.
We still have a little cauliflower and a small amount of broccoli. The broccoli would consist of small side shoots that appear after the main head is cut.
The Chioggia and golden beets are almost gone, but there are still plenty of red beets.
The Ailsa Craig and Tropea onions are getting low now and the garlic is gone.
This will be the last week for lettuce, with the Boston already over.
I’ll add honey tonight if I get to extracting today. Otherwise, I’ll have it for next week. You could check and order it separately if it’s available tonight and it will automatically be added to your previous order if you have one.
I’ll have info next week about the bulk order and a possible winter ordering arrangement.
Thanks for your orders,
Farm Where Life is Good: CSA Produce Subscription Distribution-- Week 41 (Final for 2013 Spring/Summer Season)
Your box for Week 41!
Champaign, OH: Last call!
Hurry! 5 minute warning!
I don’t even though if you could log in that quickly but I’ll give you that chance….
Have a great evening!
ALFN Local Food Club: Step Right Up! Everyone's A Winner!
It’s that time again. The Arkansas State Fair is headed this way, and with it all the gargantuan, gastronomic monstrosities you can imagine. Turkey legs the size of small children, funnel cakes topped with entire snow drifts, corn dogs as long as your arm, cotton candy in every shade of the rainbow, and fried everything as far as the eye can see. No matter which crazy concoctions you choose to splurge on there’s one thing that always holds true: it’s not good for you, but it’s so good.
Alas, man cannot live on grease alone and that’s where The Market comes in. We have all the wholesome, whole foods you’ll crave once you crawl away from the neon lights and climb back onto the nutrition wagon. So stock up while you still can because The Market closes tomorrow morning and we will not be open next week, but stay tuned because we’ll be back before you know it and have some exciting things in store.