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Champaign, OH:  Love....It Makes It All Happen!


Love makes the world go round, love shows us the way, love is all we need…and, love is what drives this little local market.

It’s our love of the vendors, the customers, the market, the YMCA, that keeps us going…let’s all show our own love, and toss out some orders for the coming week!

We can hardly wait to show you what real local love is all about…

Peace, Love, Good Vibes…
Cosmic Pam

Olathe, KS:  This market is preparing to open!


This market was added to the LocallyGrown.net system on Friday July 29, 2016 01:47 AM. It should be open for business soon!

The Cumming Harvest:  Reminder - Ordering Closes Tonight at 8pm


Just a friendly reminder that the market orders are due today by 8 pm.

Thank you for placing your order and supporting local farms and businesses!
See you on Saturday!

Click Here To Order

The Peaches are Freestone peaches this week and till the end of season

Naples,FL:  MARKET IS OPEN


Please get your orders in.

CSA Farmers Market :  OPEN NOW to Mon Aug 1 (10pm), Pick-Up orders Aug 4-7


FRESH,    LOCAL,   REAL

To Contact Us

CSA Farmers Market
2933 Burnside Rd.,
North Branch, MI 48461
Ph. 810-688-7442
email us
or Email Lorie

STAY CURRENT

JOIN US ON FACEBOOK

For the most up to date info, pictures, hot topics,
and farm fun- visit our NEW page!

Map of Pick-up locations

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Distribution Dates

Other Groups

Michigan Organic Farm & Food Alliance MOFFA

Learn the truth about GMO’s by visiting the
NonGMO Project

Raw Milk Advocacy Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund

Weston A Price chapter meets in Hadley, MI monthly. Focused on truly healthy living and eating Contact Kim Lockard email or call 810-667-1707

For Great Events and Programs in the Troy are visit Healthy Traditions Network and sign up for their newsletter.

Email Lists:

SIGN UP FOR KIM’S NEWS LETTER HERE:

Kim Lockard does a GREAT JOB of keeping everyone informed!
Her newsletter will keep you current with petitions and about the monthly meetings/programs in Hadley. If you would like to be added to her list email Kim Lockard email or call 810-667-1707.

FREEZER CONTRIBUTIONS

1,800 so far

$100 to $150
Patricia Gall
Debra Lyman

$50 to $100
Linda Williams
Debi Peters
Stephen Walker

$25 to $50
Lori Brooks
Stephen Cranfield
Holly Lubowicki
David Jameson
Karen Munson
Mary Varady
Tina Dupuis
Bruce Williams
Christy Tiberg

Under $25
Pam Walker
Amy Uniacke
Rebecca Loftus
Brenda Timmerman
Maryjane Engelhart
Barb Bochenek
Marianna Fitzgerald
Melissa Gifford
Jeanette Farley
Peggy Garrigues
Andrea Goddard
Christine Lawler
Andrea Pike
Theresa Schafer
Bill Schwank
Carol Solomon
Michelle Steiner
Denae Tait
Michele Mroczek
Diana Carnahan
Joy Arbor
Anita Heeke
Shannan McNair
Sheryl Forth
Carol Schmidt
Judy Mrachina
Cori Douglas
Kate Darga
Laureen Sue Magyari
Shanna Mills
Kimberly Pistonetti
Tracy Williams
Carol Bendure
Dana Driscoll
Kathleen Gahan
Laurel Levine
Diane Maennle
Kristina Moore
Carolyn Young
Heather Hamlin
Kristy Fairbanks
Donna Mohr
Renee Nadiv
Beth Schmeisl
Kurt Cobb
*We are very grateful for your continued support! *

REUSABLES

Paper Grocery Bags

  • This includes the ones you get from stores
    Cardboard
  • The cardboard bottoms from the bags
    Glass Jars
  • Any jar that our products come in
    Hilhof Dairy Bottles:
  • Please be sure when you return the bottles that the cap with the label on is still attached. You receive a two dollar credit for every bottle that comes back(attached your name)
    Ink/Toner Cartridges:
  • We recycle the cartridges and receive office supply credits. This truly helps to keep our costs down.
    Ice Packs
    Egg cartons are always appreciated
    Thank you for your continued support of our “LIVE GREEN” efforts!

VOLUNTEERS WANTED

CSA FARMERS MARKET (North Branch)
You can come out, help out and see what we do

Growing Season Update July 28, 16

Another Long Dry Spell for our Farmers, it has been a couple of weeks since Laws, White Pine Farm and some other farms have had rain. Sweet Corn is stunted and other crops are stunted. Time to pull out the catalogs and look at irrigation.

Apples will be coming soon. Within the next couple of weeks you should see some apples on the website. The early summer apples need to be refrigerated as they do not keep as long as the hardier fall apples.

Sweet Corn is out from near the Saginaw Bay Area, The Saginaw Bay area on average gets 4 more inches of rain as compared to the Thumb area. Dennis Engelhard grows the organic sweet corn, so while the participating farmers (ones who help make the market operate) have no corn Dennis came through.

Fresh Blueberries the Law family has been picking from a small orchard locally who does not use any chemicals and grow organically.

Now Accepting Credit Cards

We are finally accepting credit card payment, but only over the phone. If you would like to pay your invoice with a credit card please call us at 810-688-7442.

Open Air Farmers Markets

Visit us at the Rochester Farmers Market on Saturday, between 8am to 1pm and Law farm is at the Lapeer Farmers Market between 9am to 3pm.

PICK UP LOCATION NEWS

NEW-NEW-NEW-NEW-NEW

Blue Lotus Healing center very close to Dr. Forrs office will be available as a Pick-Up location. David Jameson is the owner and operator of the clinic. There are a lot of very cool things happening at the clinic and on June 11 from 9am until 7 pm there will be an open house.

Facebook Blue Lotus

Lapeer Farmers Market, is again a pick up location. For those that like to visit the market down town Lapeer, order you organic meats and than visit the Law Family farm booth between 8am and 3pm to retrieve your order.

Westwind Milling co. Is no longer a pick up location. There are other farms in the area that are interesting in joining us as well as becoming a pick up location.
We will keep you posted.

Products Available

Thank You to Sandy Fritzfor contributing to the freezer fund.

Thank You to Sandy Fritzfor contributing to the freezer fund.

Sale and Clearance Items

  • Snack Chip Hummus Combo
  • Cheese
  • HAM
  • Clover Tea Whetham Farm
  • Nut Butters
  • Black Beans
  • Provolone Cheese

Click here to get to the sale/clearance items.

New, Nearly New or Returned Items

  • Paprika
  • Refrigerator Pickles Herb, Sweet or Spicey
  • Frozen vegetables
  • Spelt Flour
  • Rye flour

Click here TO VISIT THE ONLINE FARMERS MARKET! And SHOP

Organic Garden Produce Available

PRODUCE AVAILABLE

  • Sweet Corn
  • Tomatoes
  • Blueberries Fresh
  • Beets
  • Cabbage
  • Candy Onions
  • Peppers Sweet, Roasting & Warm
  • Zucchini
  • Summer Squash
  • Carrots
  • Kale
  • Swiss Chard
  • Garlic Scapes
  • Carrots
  • CUCUMBERS
  • Blueberries (frozen)
  • Cherries (dried)
  • Sprouting Seeds

If something is SOLD OUT you may request it in the comment section of your order. Sometimes, after harvesting produce we discover we have a bit more

Please at any time if any product has quality issues contact us via email us or phone 810-688-7442 as soon as possible to we can correct the problem

  • We are NOW doing home deliveries, due to many request from customers we are targeting the Rochester area for home deliveries. To help us perfect and expand please fill out the following survey. Survey
  • Westwind Milling Co. they have sold their mill at Argentine and are now building a new facility on the farm.
  • More flour varieties will be available soon

Other Organic Foods

FREEZER

  • Vegetables
  • Berries
  • Bones perfect for bone broth
  • FAJITA and Stew MEAT CHICKEN AND BEEF
  • LAMB GROUND, RIB, LOIN, SHOULDER ETC.
  • GREAT LAKES FISH: Walleye, Char (lake trout) & White Fish
  • VEGGIE BURGERS singles, 4 packs, AND 16 packs!
  • Pork Bacon
  • PORK Premium cuts
  • BEEF Premium cuts
  • Organ Meats Beef, and poultry
  • Sausage

ALSO AVAILABLE

  • Eggs “Soy Free”
  • Eggs ”CERTIFIED ORGANIC FROM HAPPY HEALTHY HENS!”
  • Dairy: Milk, Cheese (cow and goat)
  • Drinks Switchel, Apple Cider, Root beer, Cherry Juice Concentrate, Milk & Teas

PANTRY

  • Raw Local Honey
  • Table and Cooking Seasoning Mixes
  • Farm Boy Snack Chips
  • Vinegar without Mother
  • Organic Pastas Lasagna, elbows, eggs noodles, and spaghetti
  • Condiments Barbeque Sauce, Marinara, Mustards, Jams and Salsas
  • Herbs Fresh, Dried & blended
  • Dried Beans Navy, Kidney, Black, Pinto etc.
  • Dried Grains Hard Red Wheat
  • Milled Products Flour

MORE GOOD STUFF

PERSONAL CARE

  • Soap Bars for men, women and children, from sensitive to damaged skin!
  • Shampoo
  • Salves
  • Lip Balm

HOME AND GARDEN

  • Diatomaceous Earth
  • Green Bags produce bags
  • Purifying Honey Candles
  • Growing Supplies Dairy Doo, Fertilizers, Seed Starter, etc.

FREE

  • Pork Recipe Books
  • Lamb Recipe Books
  • *_Natural Awakening Magazines_
  • CSA Market Flyers

SAMPLES

  • Chocolate

REMINDERS

  • Hilhof Dairy Bottles- Please be sure when you return the bottles that the cap with the label on is still attached_ If you lost the cap, tape your name to the outside of the bottle or put your name paper and put it in the bottle. You will get two dollars credit for every bottle that comes back so long as we can tell it is your bottle.
  • The Market closes for online ordering on Mondays at 10pm. We harvest for those orders on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Our farmers come together Thursdays to pack, sort all the orders, (THURSDAYS ARE BUSY). Your freshly harvested items are delivered Thursday and Friday. Pick up days are Thursday through Sunday depending on the location.

REMINDERS

  • We are no longer using the csafarmersmarket@locallygrown.email address—please replace it with csafarmersmarket@gmail.com.*
    Thank You
  • Hilhof Dairy Bottles- Please be sure when you return the bottles, that the cap with the label on is still attached_ (If the cap is not attached identify the bottles with your name, slide a piece of paper with you name on it in the bottle or write your name on the bottle) You will get two dollars credit for every bottle that comes back with your name attached to the bottle. You will receive $2.00 credit for every bottle returned. If you are returning multiple bottles package them in a way that the bottles do not clang together as they may break.
  • Looking to hire someone to help to work at Rhochester Farmers Market. Please click form and fill out the application.
  • Major Expenses, the software we use cost us at least $6,000 or more this last year. It is one of the few soft wares that allow the farmers to list their own products but it is not designed for our application and consequently we have to put in a minimum of 10 hours additional work each order period generating the reports we need to make the market operational. We would like to put together a team that will develop software that is suited to our application. If you are interested in being part of that team please fill out this form

UPCOMING EVENT

Grand Opening Blue Lotus Healing Center June 11, 9am-7pm. Flint Facebook Blue Lotus

REBEKAH’S Pure Living

  • Many programs and classes held monthly. The store is conveniently located in Lapeer. Only Minutes from M-24 AND I-69!
  • Click Here for more detailed information days and times.

“Product News”

Good Stuff Cocoa will be discontinuing two varieties of chocolate that they offer. They are discontinuing the chocolate with Cranberries and the chocolate with Almonds and pumpkins seeds. If you like either of these stock up now and freeze them so you can enjoy them for a long time to come.

Fresh Bread will be available soon. One of our very own will be using the CSA Farmers Market Kitchen to bake bread.

Want something we don’t have? Please let us know by clicking here and filling out the form.

Market News

We LOVE suggestions and feed back! Please keep it coming
We have a new sample category in this category we now have a nominal charge on the samples. This helps us to cover the costs associated with the samples.

FREEZER FUND
Thank you to all those that have contributed thus far, WE SINCERELY APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT! It is very important that we continue to expand our freezer space. This will help us to serve our community even more fresh, LOCAL, organic PRODUCTS. The walk in freezer is our largest expense that we will be facing and we need all the help we can get on it. All proceeds collected here are going to the walk in freezer fund. We do have a ways to go before we have enough to fix the freezer.

Walk In Freezer Update <———- We have raised about *$1,800.00 so far! Please note that these contributions are not tax deductible.*

CSA MARKET

CUSTOMER COMMENTS

I am beyond thrilled to find these wine bottles! My dear mother who passed away last January worked at the LaSalle Winery in Farmington, Mi, in the 1940s. She often spoke of working there where there was always an open bottle of wine in the ladies room for sampling if you wished. This will be an awesome birthday gift for my sister this month! Thank you, and I’m also glad to help you attain your goal for the walk-in Freezer! Tamara Meier

Yumm! Tomato Soup Powder Mix was good. Louis Kasl

We are so pleased with the splendid variety and fine quality of the food you offer. A minimum of 80% of the food we consume comes from this CSA. The percentage goes down a bit in the winter, but our meat/poultry/fish supply lasts through the winter. So does our supply of shallots, which hold well. Last year, we continued to order your apples all through the winter for eating freshly sliced, for apple crisps, and for luscious apple pie omelets. Thanks to all the farmers.
Donna Larkin Mohr

We LOVE suggestions and feed back!
Feedback helps us to improve! We need to hear the good “warm fuzzy” feedback, BUT we also need to hear the: "Hey what’s up with this?” kind of feedback. One customer pointed out to us that some of our tomatoes were not as flavorful as they had been in past years. The weather plays its part in how tasty the tomatoes are and also the way we handle them contributes. As a result of the feedback we no longer allow the tomatoes in the cooler and we now pack them separately in the morning.
Thanks for the feedback, it helps us and you!

If you enjoyed a certain product or just want to “SHARE THE LOVE”, please email us with your comments! The comments may be anonymous if desired please email us

Suwanee Whole Life Co-op:  News: Wild Caught Shrimp Group Buy


Suwanee Whole Life Co-op

Our Website: suwanee.locallygrown.net
Pick Up Location: 4942 Austin Park Avenue, Buford GA 30518 on Tuesdays
Like Us on Facebook: Suwanee Whole Life Co-op

Have a question for other co-op members? Submit questions on our Google Group Discussion Board: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/suwanee-whole-life-co-op



Wild Caught Shrimp Group Buy this weekend!



This weekend we will take orders for Ocean to Table, HACCP Certified Wild Caught Georgia Shrimp from St. Simons Island Shrimp Specialist!

Both fresh and frozen is available. These same shrimp sell for $12.99 per pound at our local grocers on the coast of Georgia. If you can find them in the Atlanta area they will be at least $15 per pound. Take advantage of the great price of $9.99 per lb!

I’m looking forward to shrimp scampi, boiled shrimp, grilled shrimp kabobs, shrimp and grits, shrimp jambalaya, shrimp salad … OK now I’m starting to sound like Bubba from Forest Gump but you get the point!

Unlike other group buys, Jason will deliver to us this Tuesday so plan on picking up this week.

Wild Caught Shrimp is an excellent source of Tryptophan (an essential amino acid), Vitamin B12, Healthful fats, including omega-3, saturated fat and cholesterol, Selenium, Protein, an Astaxanthin.

If you are a seafood lover you are won’t be disappointed!

Tip: The frozen shrimp is flash frozen right after the catch and will be in a big block. If you only need a pound or so you can run part of the block under cold water and the shrimp will fall out. You can store the remaining frozen part of the block in the freezer until next time.

My Daily Bread Update

My Daily Bread will be on the market this week.
(Repeat)
Wheat Vendor Change- My Daily Bread has switched their source for Organic, Non-GMO Hard Winter wheat. The color of the wheat is slightly different and will produce a more golden loaf. They are beautiful loaves, but they are a different color. They just wanted you all to be aware of the change. If you have any questions please feel free to contact them. Their contact info in on the grower tab on the website.

Market News

B&G Farm is offering EXTRA LARGE chickens this week. If you are not a big turkey fan this is a great alternative for your holiday meal. The chickens are vaccum sealed and will keep in your freezer for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Years celebration.

Don’t miss out on the flavorful heirloom tomatoes, they are coming to an end in the next few weeks! My family enjoyed them simply sliced with just a sprinkle of sea salt, olive oil, Basil- Red Rubin from Caley’s and a dash of A&A Alta Cucina Crema Balsamic Vingar. It was beautiful and delicious! The purple and green hues from the basil really brought out the different colors of the tomatoes and it looked like a work of art. Made an impressive plate for 5 minutes of work!

Also, great time to stock up to have some good tomatoes for all the soups and stews this winter! TIP: If you are not a canner, you can actually freeze tomatoes whole- no need to blanch and peel. When you defrost them the skin slips right off.

ALL the veggies and fruits listed on the market are either Certified Naturally Grown or organically grown. NO synthetic chemical pesticides or fertilizers ever used

NEW ITEMS!
Beef – Suet
Beef – Brisket Half
Tomatoes- Jubilee Heirloom
Tomatoes- Gardener’s Delight
Beef – Top Round for London Broil (see recipe below)
Veggies – Peppers – “Scotch Bonnet” Hot
Veggies-Peppers Jalapeno
Veggies-Peppers Yellow banana pepper

Volunteers Needed

WE NEED 1 VOLUNTEER FOR 2PM SHIFT THIS TUESDAY!

Please consider volunteering during market pick up. I can’t run the co-op without your help!

THANK YOU Diana, Maya, Stephanie, and Chuck for helping out on Tuesday! We couldn’t run the co-op without your support!

The schedule through the end of the year is posted. To sign up click: Vounteer Sign up

No packing is involved just need someone to be there to assist other members. You are welcome to bring your kids as long as they are supervised.


FACEBOOK – Opportunity to help!
Many of you have told me that you can’t volunteer due to your work/family schedule and I completely understand. You’ve also asked what else can I do help out the co-op? Here’s one way that will really help us out – if you are on Facebook or other social media please consider posting a pic of your co-op goodies! I have a very limited marketing budget and really depend on word of mouth advertising. Please feel free to spread the word about our wonderful market! Tag us @SuwaneeWholeLife

Thank you in advance for your support!

Upcoming Group Buys/Vendors of the Day

Below is a list of upcoming co-op group buys to help with planning and budgeting. All dates are subject to change.

Wild Caught Shrimp – 7/29 – 7/31
Grass Fed Cheese – 8/19 – 8/21
Unrefined Sea Salts – 8/26 – 8/28


We thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to bring you the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious foods possible!

White Pine Farm :  Weblog Entry


LOTS OF FRESH PRODUCE AVAILABLE _SWEET CORN, Fresh Blueberries, Tomatoes, Cabbage, Sun Gold Cherry Tomatoes, Beets, Candy Onions, Cucumbers, Carrots, Summer Squash, Zucchini, Peppers, Salad Onion Kale etc. _

Click here TO VISIT THE ONLINE FARMERS MARKET! And SHOP

Sale and Clearance Items

  • HAM
  • Clover Tea Whetham Farm
  • Nut Butters
  • Black Beans
  • Provolone Cheese

Click here to get to the sale/clearance items.

New, Nearly New or Returned Items

  • Paprika
  • Refrigerator Pickles
  • Frozen vegetables
  • Spelt Flour
  • Rye flour

Click here TO VISIT THE ONLINE FARMERS MARKET! And SHOP

Organic Garden Produce Available

PRODUCE AVAILABLE

  • Candy Onions
  • Peppers Sweet, Roasting & Warm
  • Zucchini
  • Summer Squash
  • Carrots
  • Kale
  • Swiss Chard
  • Garlic Scapes
  • Carrots
  • CUCUMBERS
  • Blueberries (frozen)
  • Cherries (dried)
  • Sprouting Seeds

If something is SOLD OUT you may request it in the comment section of your order. Sometimes, after harvesting produce we discover we have a bit more

Please at any time if any product has quality issues contact us via email us or phone 810-688-7442 as soon as possible to we can correct the problem

  • We are NOW doing home deliveries, due to many request from customers we are targeting the Rochester area for home deliveries. To help us perfect and expand please fill out the following survey. Survey
  • Westwind Milling Co. they have sold their mill at Argentine and are going to build a new facility on the farm.
  • More flour varieties will be available soon

Other Organic Foods

FREEZER

  • Bones perfect for bone broth
  • FAJITA and Stew MEAT CHICKEN AND BEEF
  • LAMB GROUND, RIB, LOIN, SHOULDER ETC.
  • GREAT LAKES FISH: Walleye, Char (lake trout) & White Fish
  • VEGGIE BURGERS singles, 4 packs, AND 16 packs!
  • Pork Bacon
  • PORK Premium cuts
  • BEEF Premium cuts
  • Organ Meats Beef, and poultry
  • Sausage

ALSO AVAILABLE

  • Eggs “Soy Free”
  • Eggs ”CERTIFIED ORGANIC FROM HAPPY HEALTHY HENS!”
  • Dairy: Milk, Cheese (cow and goat)
  • Drinks Switchel, Apple Cider, Root beer, Cherry Juice Concentrate, Milk & Teas

PANTRY

  • Raw Local Honey
  • Table and Cooking Seasoning Mixes
  • Farm Boy Snack Chips
  • Vinegar without Mother
  • Organic Pastas Lasagna, elbows, eggs noodles, and spaghetti
  • Condiments Barbeque Sauce, Marinara, Mustards, Jams and Salsas
  • Herbs Fresh, Dried & blended
  • Dried Beans Navy, Kidney, Black, Pinto etc.
  • Dried Grains Hard Red Wheat
  • Milled Products Flour

MORE GOOD STUFF

PERSONAL CARE

  • Soap Bars for men, women and children, from sensitive to damaged skin!
  • Shampoo
  • Salves
  • Lip Balm

HOME AND GARDEN

  • Diatomaceous Earth
  • Green Bags produce bags
  • Purifying Honey Candles
  • Growing Supplies Fertilizers, Seed Starter, dairy doo, etc.

FREE

  • Pork Recipe Books
  • Lamb Recipe Books
  • *_Natural Awakening Magazines_
  • CSA Market Flyers

SAMPLES

  • Chocolate

Click here TO VISIT OUR FULL ONLINE STORE!

Click here TO VISIT OUR FULL ONLINE STORE!

Click here TO VISIT OUR FULL ONLINE STORE!

NEWS
We are finally accepting credit cards
To pay by card please call us as it is not yet available online

New Pick-Up Locations
Blue Lotus Flint
Lapeer Farmers Market

REMINDERS

  • Hilhof Dairy Bottles- Please be sure when you return the bottles that the cap with the label on is still attached_ If you lost the cap, tape your name to the outside of the bottle or put your name paper and put it in the bottle. You will get two dollars credit for every bottle that comes back so long as we can tell it is your bottle.
  • The Market closes for online ordering on Mondays at 10pm. We harvest for those orders on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Our farmers come together Thursdays to pack, sort all the orders, (THURSDAYS ARE BUSY). Your freshly harvested items are delivered Thursday and Friday. Pick up days are Thursday through Sunday depending on the location.

WEBSITE NEWSLETTER

  • Growing Season Update
  • NEW PRODUCTS

UPCOMING EVENTS

REBEKAH’S Pure Living

  • Many programs and classes held monthly. The store is conveniently located in Lapeer. Only Minutes from M-24 AND I-69!
  • Click Here for more detailed information days and times.

The WEBLOG (newsletter) has the schedule.

To get to the website and to the WEBLOG (Newsletter) — which on the lower left includes dates and times for order pickups CLICK HERE.

To go directly to the market Click Here

Foothills Market:  Beans are Back!


The rain we got a couple of weeks ago did what we hoped, and the beans have put on a second crop. We have some Blue Lake green beans and some of the yellow Monte Gusto beans. We also have a limited number of field peas.

We still have plenty of okra, although the tomatoes seem to be dwindling.

Place your order on the website between noon today and 5:00 p.m. Friday. You can then pick up your order at the downtown farmers’ market on Saturday from 9-11 a.m.

Eat something fresh this week!

Independence,VA:  The Market is back Open!


Looking for some fresh summer veggies? Missed Fridays Market? No worries, we have you covered!!! The Wednesday Market is full of them! From summer squash, radishes, carrots, peppers to potatoes and we now have tomatoes!!!

So if you miss out on the Market this Friday, be sure and come see us next Wednesday from 4-7 at Town Park!

The On-Line Market is also open again for orders to be picked up August 3rd, between 5-7. Remember to check back everyday for new items added on!

Just a reminder, the Market closes to orders at 8 pm Monday evening. If you have questions, feel free to email me at IFMmarketplace@gmail.com or call 276-235-8230. Please bring cash or checks. You’ll still be dealing with each individual vendor.

Happy shopping! Here are the links:http://independencefarmersmarket.locallygrown.net/market/
you can also get there from the webpage, www.independencefarmersmarket.org

Thanks again and see you there!!

Penny B

Gwinnett Locally Grown:  MARKET IS NOW OPEN!


Good morning everyone!

 
Hope your week is going great so far! The market is NOW OPEN until Monday at Noon so place your orders NOW!
 
Make sure to grab your essentials for the week! I'm still away enjoying some much needed family time but I'll see you all on Tuesday for pick up at Rancho Alegre (between 4-7pm).
 
As always, feel free to reach out with any questions or comments: grow@ranchoalegrefarm.com
 
SEE YOU ALL ON TUESDAY!