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Conway, AR:  Market Reminder


Greetings Conway Locally Grown Community,

This is a reminder that the market closes tonight at 10pm. Have a great day.

Melody Lane Co-op:  February 18, 2013 - Kombucha Workshop this week





Visit The Market any time between now and 7:00pm Tuesday to place your order.

Pick up is every Thursday, 3:00pm – 7:00pm, at Sandra’s home in Roswell.



CO-OP NEWS




Do you like kombucha? “What is kombucha,” you ask? You may know it as GT’s or Synergy brand beverages, available in the refrigerated section at most health food stores. Kombucha is a fizzy probiotic tea. Not only does it taste great, it also has many reported health benefits. But did you know you can make it at home in your own kitchen at a fraction the cost of store-bought? I can show you how. There are still a few spots left for the Kombucha workshop at my house this Thursday. Reserve your spot by going to The Market and finding the Kombucha workshop under the category WPRKSHOPS & EVENTS. If you can’t make it this Thursday, I will have kombucha starter kits with detailed instructions available soon.

I am also looking forward to the co-op meeting coming up on Thursday, February 28, 2013. We will meet at my house at 6:00pm to discuss ideas for the future of the co-op and volunteer opportunities.

GROUP BUYS



Mother Earth Meats

There are still a few cuts of chicken and pork from Mother Earth Meats left in the freezer. Find them in The Market under the category GROUP BUYS. All of the Mother Earth Meats products currently listed will be available for pick up this Thursday.


Green Pasture

We are still waiting for the rest of our Green Pasture order to be shipped. I will let you know as soon as I hear anything.

WORKSHOPS & EVENTS



Below is a list of upcoming co-op events. Go ahead and mark your calendars, more details will be availabe soon.

February 21, 7:00pm – Kombucha Workshop
February 28, 6:00pm – Co-op Meeting
March 7, 3:00-7:00pm – Rendering Lard/Tallow Demonstration
March 14, 7:00pm – Yogurt Workshop
March 21, 1:00pm – Making Soap & Lotion with tallow
April 4, 7:00pm – Sauerkraut & Fermented Vegetables Workshop


And don’t forget about the local Weston A. Price Conference on March 16th!
Register soon because it WILL sell out – http://buildingnt2013.eventbrite.com

CONTACT INFO


Sandra Walker
Melody Lane Co-op Coordinator
melodylanecoop@yahoo.com
770-841-3437

The Cumming Harvest:  Cod Liver Oil / Coconut Oil


This month’s GREEN PASTURE order

I will be placing an order for Cod Liver Oil and Coconut oil on February 22. You can email your order to me at thecummingharvest@live.com.

Payment is due on delivery.

You can research Green Pasture at www.greenpasture.org

I need at least 12 orders to get the group discount.

Thank you!
Suzanne Geddes
Market Manager

Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op:  Urban Farming lecture at Library


Doc Jody would personally like to invite Spa City Co-op members to her presentation tomorrow, Tues., 6 pm, at the Garland County Library Auditorium, on “Urban Farming”—hope to see you there:

http://www.garland.lib.ar.us/new/urbanfarming02192013.html
Thanks,
Doc JODY
512.423.1050 cell

South Cumberland Food Hub:  Still Open!


Good Morning Everyone,
We’re still open for orders this morning until noon. Have a great day!

Click here to go directly to the Rootedhere Locally Grown Market Page

Risa

Suwanee Whole Life Co-op:  Seafood Minimums not met- Still time to order


Hello Members,

There are a few seafood items that the minimum for bulk pricing was not met. I’m going to extend the deadline to order until 5pm TODAY for seafood only. If you would like any of the seafood items please email me at suwaneewholelife@gmail.com

At the end of the day, if we still haven’t met the minimums, I will contact those members that have already ordered to give the option of non-discounted pricing. I will place our order tomorrow (Tuesday) and pick up will be the following Tuesday on 2/26.

Below are the seafood items that we still need orders to meet the minimum:

Salmon Boneless Skinless Portions – 6 oz (7 orders needed) $8.50 each

Pacific Blue Mussels 1 lb (8 orders needed) $9 each

Wild Pacific Calamari 1 lb (3 orders needed) $6.25 each

Canned Albacore Tuna (Natural Pack, no salt, no oil)- 6 oz (11 orders needed) $6 each

If you have any questions please let me know.

Thank you,
Nora

Champaign, OH:  This just in!


Wow! Do I have some scoop for you! For a limited time only, X-Cel Feeds has just reduced their price on all Organic Feeds $2 each! What a great way to treat your animals to an organic option! The discount is already updated in their pricing so shop on! So cool! I know your chickens would be clucking at the news! (If you don’t have any, I’ll record mine and share;)). Thanks X-Cel!

Mid-Georgia:  Heron Bay Farmers' Market


Hello,

Ordering for Heron Bay’s Farmers’ Market begins at 8 am today and continues until Thur at 10 pm. Delivery is Saturday between 4 and 4:30. We’ve shortened the drop off time.

Take a look at what will be available this week. I know the Sell Farm is running out of beef and down to a few pounds of ground beef, a couple stews and cubed steak. They still do have a number of steaks, but not many. Not sure when or if they will have more this year?

Thanks for your patronage.

Bill

Cedar Grove Farm:  Cedar Grove Farm CSA Availability for February 21


Dear Friends and Neighbors,

I’ll keep it short tonight as we are running late. Things are plugging along slowly. The cold is keeping things down a bit but the winter favorites are still coming. Signs of spring are all around, too. Dylan turned the first beds for spring planting and we brought in a load of worm castings down from Jack’s Baits in Pickens, SC. And, all the rain bodes for a good spring season.

The Market is open. Hope you can find something you like.

Regards, Farmer Jay

Atlanta Locally Grown:  Available for Saturday February 23


I hope this finds you all doing well.
The market is open!

We have quite a few goodies for you this week. The mushrooms are looking nice this week along with a list of veggies that is 49 items long. I am sure you can find some wonderful fair for this weeks meals.

Welcome Atlanta Bake Shop to the market. For starters they have a wonderful Piedmont Park Cupcake in a Jar.

We have a few more heritage hog reservations.

Remember you have at least 21 meals to plan for this week, 28+ if you include your snacks. We hope some of your selections come from our efforts. We enjoy being your farmers.

Thank you for all your support. Please remember to have your orders placed by 8PM on Wednesday. Pick ups are on Saturday from 9 to 9:45 at the Piedmont Green Market (Double B Farm booth), Sandy Springs Green Market (Taylorganic booth)(We will be here from 10:15-11 for pick ups only). We will try to make a run to Brookhaven if we have enough orders, otherwise we will need you to p/u at Piedmont.

Thank you,
Brady Bala
Market Manager