This weblog contains LocallyGrown.net news and the weblog entries from all the markets currently using the system.
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Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: One-stop Christmas shopping
Dear Spa City Co-op members,
Why brave the weather and the traffic to do your Christmas shopping, when you have so many wonderful items that would make great gifts available through our co-op?
This is the last market before Christmas, so check out the personal care section for luxurious soaps, lotions, salves, and bath salts. Need a gift for those old hippie parents or grandparents? Have a look at the craft section for tie-dye T-shirts and pants, handmade jewelry, and lovely houseware items.
For the men in your life, there’s a variety of jams, jellies and hot sauces in the processed food section, not to mention what guy wouldn’t love to get a slab of grass-fed meat for his freezer. There’s Old Captain’s spice mix to rub it down with under the ‘herbs and spices’ section.
Spending your holiday dollars at the co-op keeps the money local,going to families like yours instead of a faceless corporation in another country or state.
And so we, the management at Spa City Co-op, wish you and yours a glorious Christmas, and a very Happy New Year.
Karen, Denise, Hannah, Julie, Nan, and Karen
Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: The Market is now Open
Good morning Everyone!!!!! It’s a COLD one out there!! I hope you are all staying cozy. :)
The market is now open for ordering until Tuesday evening at 9 pm.
I will see you on Friday the 13th for pickup between 3:30 and 5:30 ( preferably before 5:00). Please remember the new pickup location is just down the street at Emergent Arts, 341 Whittington, in the Dryden Pottery building.
Have a beautiful day!! :)
this week’s market manager
Heirloom Living Market - Lilburn: The Market is Open!
The Market Is Open…Happy Shopping!
Take me to the Market.
Joyful thoughts and Bountiful Blessings!
“Like” us on facebook!
Take me to the Market.
Statesboro Market2Go: The market is open!
Thanks for shopping with us.
Northeast, Ga.: Northeast Georgia Locallygrown availability list for Dec.11
Good evening Locavores
The market is open for orders. We hope you will find lots of goodies for a week of healthy meals. Stay dry and warm and enjoy local food.
Carolina Foothills, SC: Sharing Their Bounty
*The CFLG Market is OPEN now through Monday afternoon – ’til 4:00ish. *
Our growers continue to share from their bounty of fresh produce, homemade goodies and handmade craft and gift products for your shopping pleasure.
Sylvan Falls Mill has their famous ‘Buche De Noel’ in Chocolate and Gluten Free Almond (yea!),
Coffee Rings, Old-fashioned German Stollen, and Assorted Christmas Cookies.
Bo’s Garden Farm is offering Fresh, Whole Tilapia and Cayuga Duck Eggs! Duck eggs are one of the richest eggs and not only taste great by themselves but are excellent for baking.
Wild Earth Gardens & Herbals and Mountain Heritage Farm have teamed up in offering their array of lotions and potions that enhance your beauty and health. Check it out!
Also, keep in mind the market’s offerings of flavored coffees and cocoa’s for quick gifts this season, for unexpected company dropping by, or for just treating yourself to something nice.
Eat Well, Be Well!
Heritage Farm : Weblog Entry
The Heritage Farm Locally Grown Market site is now open.
Please visit “The Market” section to review all available products and to build your order for the upcoming week. We have lots of available products and hope you enjoy using the online store!!
Make sure you check out new listings from Capra Gia Cheese Co, Painted Lady Soap Company and Littleton Farm jams and jellies!!! Good stuff y’all ……
Remember that you have to create an account in the “Your Account” page before you can order.
Make sure you checkout the season ending chicken pre-orders. It will be coming in fresh to the markets today and 12/14….last fresh chicken harvests of the season.
If you have any questions please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 770-377-5380
Greg, Lainya and the Hutchins Family
Siloam Springs, AR: Saturday pick up Rescheduled
As of now, market pick up day is re-scheduled for Sunday from 1-3 p.m. This is providing the roads are clear enough for safe travels and that the snow forecast for Sunday is minimal as is being reported right now. It is also dependent on whether or not J.D. Hudson Farms and R Family Farms can get here safely since they both live outside of Siloam Springs.
Tang, who provides the produce for the market, was able to cover all the greens and bok choy but may not be able to get to it until the snow is gone, and she is not sure what she will find when she does uncover it. Temps are going to be at zero tonight and Saturday night. She was able to get all the other items harvested and she is able to store them properly until delivery date.
Weather permitting, we would like to have as many as possible come to the Sunday pick up. However, we do not want anyone to do anything they feel is unsafe, so, if you are not able to pick up your order Sunday, we are happy to work with you. We have refrigerators and freezers that can be used to hold your orders and we can make other arrangements for pick up.
So, here is what I am asking of each of you. Please keep an eye on the weather and the road conditions in your area. If you will not be able to come Sunday, it would be great if you could email me at email@example.com by 9 a.m. Sunday morning. This will be a tremendous help in planning.
Thank you all for being so flexible and for supporting the market. We are learning LOTS of things this first year.
Hope to see you Sunday!
Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: Volunteers
We need one more volunteer for next Friday’s market. If you can help, please visit our sign-up page at http://tinyurl.com/Co-opVolunteers
Volunteer slots have also been added to the calendar for several upcoming months.