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Martin's Farmstand:  Asparagus tips

This evening I cut the last asparagus for 2013. I have about 100 lbs of real short tips available at $2 a lb. (10 lb min) This is a good deal for freezing or pickling. I cut all the tiny spears on the last cutting and then shallow till the whole bed to set the weeds back. It feels good to straighen the back and put the asparagus cutting gear away.
We are opening tommorow (Wed.) for u-pick strawberries at 2 pm. I expect 2000 lbs of berries tommorow. The peak of berry season is in the next four pickings. The berry size will be getting smaller with each picking so fill you freezer in the next week. After tommorow the next picking is Saturday at 7 am. Daniel

ALFN Local Food Club:  Oups!


Have you ever been so distracted by all the mouthwatering local food in your kitchen that you forgot to do something really important, like order more for next week? (Or send out the weblog out on time?) Me too! Don’t let tonight’s plate of Falling Sky’s chicken thighs braised with LRUF’s carrots next to Kellogg Valley’s squash sautéed with ANP’s fresh herbs distract you from the fact that there is more delicious food to be had. The Market closes tomorrow morning. Act now and anything listed could be yours.

A word to the wise- The hardworking folks at Arkansas Natural Produce are taking the next two weeks off. Stock up while you still can!

~Rebecca Wild

Homegrown Co-op:  Homegrown Market is OPEN for Saturday pick up and delivery.


2310 N Orange Ave
Orlando, FL 32804
(407) 895-5559


Place your order today on our online market

Saturday Market:
Order online Wednesday 3pm – Friday 9am for pickup or delivery Saturday afternoon.
Wednesday Market:
Order online Saturday 1pm – Tuesday 9am for pickup or delivery Wednesday afternoon.



TUESDAY – 11am to 6pm
WEDNESDAY – 10am to 7pm
THURSDAY – 11am to 6pm
FRIDAY – 11am to 6pm
SATURDAY – 10am to 7pm
SUNDAY – 11am to 5pm


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We have switched to SUMMER HOURS for our retail store. The new schedule is as follows:
MONDAY – Store Closed
TUESDAY – 11am to 6pm
WEDNESDAY – 10am to 7pm (no change)
THURSDAY – 11am to 6pm
FRIDAY – 11am to 6pm
SATURDAY – 10am to 7pm (no change)
SUNDAY – 11am to 5pm

The online market will continue to operate on the same schedule with pickup days remaining WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.



Do you ever find yourself lost in the conventional produce department of a chain grocery store at 9:30pm wishing you had remembered to order your local organic veggies from Homegrown’s Online Market? Well, those nightmares are over! We, at Homegrown have created a new program to keep you stocked with healthy, ethical and of course organically produced food. By joining our new Seasonal Produce Program, you can rest assured that each week you will be able to enjoy the best the season has to offer without worrying about meeting our ordering deadlines.

Our Produce Program will provide you with a once or twice-a-week selection of Seasonal Produce, Local Greens and/or Fruit in either small, medium or large sizes. Your order will be filled with the best food money can buy and conveniently ordered just for you.

Here’s the skinny on how to keep your belly full of healthy yummy food:
—Select which program you would like to subscribe to.
—Choose which size box you would like.
—Select which day you want your food: Wednesday or Saturday or both.
—Choose in-store Pickup or Home Delivery*

The Seasonal Produce Program will keep you stocked with fresh food for for 12 or 24 weeks at a time. For your convenience, we will notify you when your subscription ends and ask if you’d like to renew. The Produce Program will allow you a 2 week vacation during your subscription, so please don’t worry that you will have food spoiling while you are away. Please notify us a week in advance if you plan to be away.

Small Selection – 12 Weeks – $220 ($20 savings = one free)
Small Selection – 24 Weeks – $435 ($45 savings = two free)
Medium Selection – 12 weeks $385 ($35 savings = one free)
Medium Selection – 24 Weeks $765 ($75 savings = two free)
Large Selection – 12 Weeks $550 ($50 savings = one free)
Large Selection – 24 Weeks $1090 ($110 savings = two free)

Payment options
Option #1: Pre-pay for your entire season
Option #2: Pay a 50% deposit for the subscription and pay weekly for the pro-rated balance.

If you are interested, send an e-mail to or fill out a form in our retail store.

*If you opt for delivery an additional charge will be applied



Try our NEW Local Greens Selection!

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Place your order before Friday at 9am for pick-up or delivery on Saturday.

Your order is FINAL once placed, and you are responsible for pick-up and payment.

Pickup is from 12pm-7pm on Saturday. Sorry, we cannot accommodate early pickups.

Don’t forget, orders for fresh bread from Olde Hearth Bread Company must be placed by 4:00pm Thursday to satisfy your order

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Russellville Community Market:  RCM Market Reminder

Just a quick reminder that we’ll be closing for orders by 10:00 p.m. tonight. You’ve still got plenty of time to order, don’t worry!

And for those of you who are still thinking about placing an order, don’t forget that our June promotional program automatically enters NEW customers for a chance to win a $25 RCM account credit. That’s $25 worth of delicious, local food, just for ordering in the month of June. So, try us out! You won’t be disappointed!

Don’t forget we have new pick up times available from 4:00pm to 6:30pm.

We look forward to seeing you at the Market on Thursday at All Saints Episcopal Church!

You can now follow RCM on Facebook! Check out our new page for great info on local foods issues and upcoming events. RCM Facebook
Be sure to click on the “Like” button at the top of the Facebook page to get automatic updates. Thanks!

Russellville Community Market

StPete.LocallyGrown.Net:  Market Closes Wednesday @ NOON

There is still time to shop!

Market Closes Wednesday @ NOON

Just a friendly reminder to place your order now so you don’t miss this week’s Market offerings.

FRESH FRIDAY CO-OPS BELOW! WE DELIVER ON FRIDAY TO YOUR HOME, OFFICE, OR A CO-OP NEAR YOU Please tell your friends! Interested in joining one or forming a co-op in your neighborhood? Please call Tina at 727-515-9469. You need only one other person beside yourself to become a co-op and qualify for discounted delivery. JUST LOOK AT ALL THESE LOCATIONS! Details on co-ops….

  • Clearwater in vicinity of Lakeview Rd. & S. Keene Road
  • Brightwater Community in the vicinity of 4th St. N. & 112th Ave. N
  • CVS Pharmacy parking lot at 54th Ave. S. & US 19 S.
  • CVS Pharmacy parking lot at Starkey Road & Park Blvd.
  • Derby Lane parking lot on St. Pete side of Gandy Bridge
  • Disston Heights neighborhood near 24th Ave. N. & 51st St. N.
  • Edgemoor neighborhood at west end of Southwest Blvd.
  • Girls Inc. in Pinellas Park at 7700 61st St. N.
  • Gulfport Library at 5501 28th Ave. S.
  • 1- Historic Old Northeast neighborhood near 9th Ave. N.E. & Bay St. N.E.
  • 2- Historic Old Northeast neighborhood near 24th Ave. N. & 13th St. N.
  • Jungle Terrace neighborhood near 28th Ave. N & 80th St. N.
  • Magnolia Heights in vicinity of 32nd Ave. N. & 10th St. N.
  • Maximo neighborhood in vicinity of 45th Ave. S. & 35th Way S.
  • Northeast Park neighborhood near 8th St. N.E. & 38th Ave. N.E.
  • Northwest Park neighborhood near 26th Ave. N. & 56th Way N.
  • Old Southeast neighborhood near 17 Ave. S.E. and Bay St. S.E.
  • Pasadena Ave. & Gulfport Blvd. (Publix parking lot)
  • Shore Acres in vicinity of 52 Ave. N.E. & 14th St. N.E.
  • Tyrone Park in the vicinity of 61st St. N. & 9th Ave. N.
  • Ulmerton & Starkey Road (Rally station)
  • Vicinity of 49th Street N. & US 19 (site tbd)

We thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to expand our delivery network and attract like-minded folks who want the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious locally-produced CHEMICAL-FREE foods possible!

goMarketNC:  Potatoes, carrots, and beets, Oh My!

Hey everyone,

Based on popular demand, we now have potatoes, carrots, and beets! Enhance your favorites recipes with these summer favorites and stock your kitchen with great products that were grown and produced locally.

Thanks and have a happy Tuesday!

Your goMarket Team

Shoestring Acres:  Week Six

Summer will be official by the weekend!
Veggies have not fully bounced back from the cool spring though, each week brings more veggies to the market.
The asparagus is winding down and so are strawberries. Zucchini and cucumbers are here and snow peas are on the horizon.
Thanks to all who returned bags last week supplies were low and I had no bags to put the next orders in.
Have errands to run so there may be some additions to the list if something yummy appears at the CO-OP.
Happy Ordering,
Helen Mgr

Statesboro Market2Go:  Be sure to place your order!

The market closes at midnight tonight. Don’t forget to place your order sometime today!

Tullahoma Locally Grown:  New Items!

Good Morning Everyone,
We have several new items on the market this week. Summer is coming on and so are the veggies.

Solace Farm has red inchelium garlic for sale.

Murari Farm has collards and kale on the market this week. And don’t forget to look under pet food for their wonderful milk products.

Frontier Farm has tomatoes, and Ferrell Farm has squash, broccoli, cabbage, onions and more.

Here’s a quick note from Dogwood Valley:

Dogwood Valley Greenhouse has added several summer-flowering perennial plants, large herb plants, and nice hanging baskets to the market this week. There is still plenty of time to plant these well-rooted plants, grown in trade gallon pots for low transplant shock. Just keep them well watered, and they will add a lot of color to your summer garden right away.

Don’t forget about the delicious meats, eggs, breads, sprouts, lettuces, flowers and so much more!

Tullahoma Locally Grown Market

Have a great week and I’ll see you Thursday :-)


Conway, AR:  Tuesday Reminder

Dear Conway Locally Grown Community,

This is a reminder that the market closes tonight. There’s still time to place orders and if you forgot something Sunday or Monday, just place another order.

Take advantage of the season’s bounty!

See you Friday,