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Heirloom Living Market Lilburn: Last Minute Orders??
Just a reminder that Heirloom Living Market closes at Noon today!
A quick rundown:
Little Tot’s Estate is offering a great deal on Goat Milk BOGO, the supply is becoming limited.
Doug’s Garden has added bags of tender young (Baby) Spinach, bags of Spicy Lettuce Mix and bags of Mixed Lettuces to his offerings!
Phoenix Gardens has specials on Heirloom Seedlings – no GMO’s! They also have added a bag of Juicing Greens to their product list!
Back River Farm has Hakurei Turnips — sweet and fruity, tender but crisp!
Good Shepherd Herbals has a great deal on a Mother’s Day Bag of herbal goodies! Dances With Bees has 2 Beeswax Candles listed that would be a wonderful Mother’s Day gift!
Golden Farms has eggs featured and on sale this week! And Bo and Lisa’s Lil Patch reduced reduced Duck Eggs!
Mary of Patchwork Pasturesis featuring CheeseMaking 101 at a reduced rate. Class will be held on May 11th! Mary will have more info at Market pickup!
GMO … OMG …What in the World Am I Eating will be offered next Tuesday, May 7th and May 14th at 7:00pm.
Lots of great info! Sign up on line or at Market pickup!
Need something from the bakery? Check out all of the goodies from My Daily Bread! I always mention ‘goodies’ – have you tried Dabrielle’s Bread? All are fabulous! Dabrielle will have items on the Farmers’ Table at Market pickup – but items sell very quickly. Be assured of getting the breads and treats you want and place your order today! Don’t forget your Vigilance coffee from The Roastin’ Fool! These two Artisans will be pairing up for Farmers of the Week very soon! Hmmm – yummy treats AND coffee! I’m there!
Got milk? Don’t forget Johnston Family Farm!
Making Pizza this weekend? Orobianco has just the Mozzarella for you! Did you know that Jennifer’s Pesto’s makes a very flavorful Hummus?
Joyful Noise Acres Farm has packs of wings and there are some good sized half chickens that are perfect for roasting or on for grilling! Salmon from Doug’s Wild Alaska Salmon is also great on the grill and don’t forget they have Halibut too!
And Dudley said to remind everyone to “Remember the Treats!” from Low Low Knows Bones! He loves them frozen!
Heritage Farm will offer Beef, Pork, Lamb and Goat Cheese next week!
That’s a pretty impressive list of Farmers/Growers and Artisans that we have providing fresh, nutrient-dense, local products for us!
We will see you Thursday at Gwinnett Gymnastics Center between 4:30pm and 7:30 pm!
As always, Mary will have a couple of recipes featuring products she has purchased from the Market!
Joyful thoughts and bountiful blessings!
~Maryanne and Mary
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Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: The Market is Closed
The Spa City Co-op on-line market is now closed.
Orders can be picked up between 3:30 and 5:30 p.m. this Friday at the ArtChurch. Please set a reminder on your calendar.
If possible, please pick up your order by 5:00 if you can.
Thank you for supporting our local food co-op. See you Friday!
Stone County, AR: A Don't Miss Event!
The Market’s closed for this week. Thanks for shopping! See you next week!
We’re a little worried that Sunday’s message to you got lost in our weekly “Market opening” announcement. So, this is a reminder to be sure to mark your calendars for May 31-June 2nd for our Sustainability Weekend at Tomahawk Creek Farm, a privately-owned, state-of-the-art learning facility. Co-hosting the event with the Arkansas Craft School, we’ll be bridging the gap between agriculture and art. The weekend will be full of exciting and informative workshops; meals prepared by some of Stone County’s most talented gardeners and cooks; and, exquisite surroundings to explore.
Participants can either participate in workshops such as Mini-Ponics; Straw Bale Gardening; Textile Dyeing; Organic Skincare; Earth Oven Construction; and, Fermented Foods. Or, you may simply reserve a spot at one or all of the predominantly garden-to-table meals and/or join us after dinner Saturday night for some music under the stars from Finnegan’s Wake, a musical ensemble whose repertoire is composed of traditional and contemporary folksongs and dance tunes of America and the British Isles.
Whatever your interest, this wonderful weekend is a “don’t miss” opportunity to celebrate the joy of the Ozarks and learn new skills that will enhance your experience!
Call the Arkansas Craft School with questions and to reserve your spot for events and meals at (870) 269-8397.
Old99Farm Market: Old 99 Farm, week of Apr 28 2013
order at www.old99farm.locallygrown.net
Holy cow almost forgot to send out my tidbits of news and reminders; it’s tuesday already. I’m organizing a daylong intensive workshop this sat May 4 on Breeding, Growing and Selling Heritage Chicken; for the small flock owner. cost is $75, youth under 21 half price. call me if interested for more information.
First gosling hatched this week, and I have 9 chicks in the brooder from last week.
I’m out of honey till the summer and I have one hive hanging on by it’s fingernails, out of 8 that started the winter. Neonicotinoid class of systemic insecticides is most likely cause of acute bee mortality; they coat seed corn and other crops with it, it gets in the air and water and minute quantities are toxic to bees. You should know about this.
The orchard looks like it might produce some fruit this year, first since I planted it in 2009; peaches, plums, apricots, apples. At least there are flower buds on the trees, now there’s lots that can go wrong before a harvest!
Veggies, yes still chard, kale, spinach (hurry, the spinach is bolting) and a few other salad greens. Chives coming up this week or next, rhubarb probably a week after that.
Taking orders for fall beef and summer chickens, ducks, geese.
Champaign, OH: Last call!
I know you still might be mowing the lawn or clearing the dinner dishes, but we have 15 minutes left to shop. Hurry, hurry if you still need to order this week!
Russellville Community Market: Market Reminder
Only a few more hours of ordering time for the market! Be sure to get your orders in by 10:00 p.m. tonight!
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
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Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: Weblog Entry
Reminder – The current market closes tonight (Tuesday the 30th) at 9 pm, so there’s still time to place your order.
Also, though we’re not suggesting you purchase things you don’t want or need, do please try to consider co-op products in your menu planning and support our local Arkansas vendors. If we want them to be available to us, we have to give them a reason to sell through our market by having sufficient sales to justify the drive to Hot Springs.
ALFN Local Food Club: Brrr!
Looking outside right now, would you believe we’re in for some unseasonably cold weather by the end of the week? Instead of railing against the delay in peaches and watermelon, why not take this opportunity to enjoy one last batch of steamy vegetable stew? Instead of turning back on the heat, try warming up in the kitchen with a delicious, slowly braised roast! We have everything you need to take advantage of this last hint of winter on the market right now, but get it before tomorrow morning or you’ll have to suffer the cold… and the regret.
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.
Fisher's Produce: Asparagus Sale!
We have ALOT of nice asparagus for our Bristow delivery this week. 10.00 for 5 pounds and 1.00/lb for seconds.
CSA members will likely get asparagus, kale/bok choi/kholarabi, lettuce and/or spring mix, and french breakfast radishes. We may also include some broccoli and large green onions.