This weblog contains LocallyGrown.net news and the weblog entries from all the markets currently using the system.
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Citrus County Locally Grown: Happy February!
Welcome to February 2013! The market is growing every week. Be sure to check out the listings in each category week by week because they DO change!
Your Market is OPEN!!!
The CCLG Team
GFM online farmers market: Weblog Entry
Too busy to get to market on Saturday? No problem! You can now order ‘after hours’ and pick up on Thursday 3-7pm. The online marketplace opens today and will close Tuesday at 5pm. the online marketplace is now in it’s 4th week of orders. Enjoy free membership the entire month of February. That’s right, no fee when you place an order. Try it out and see for yourself how convenient the online marketplace is. Word of mouth is how we grow, please tell your friends. Thanks and see you at Thursday pickup from 3-7pm.
United States Virgin Islands: Weblog Entry
Good morning St. Croix,
We have just finished our first week of CSA, and the farm is feeling great! We pulled hundreds of bunches of radishes, turnips, and greens, harvested dozens of pounds of beans, and even sampled the first of our which will be available on the market soon! This week we have the first of our amazing available for sale. Come check it out!
Mid-Georgia: Heron Bay Farmers' Market
Tomorrow, Monday, February 4th is the beginning of our new Heron Bay Farmers’ Market Online.
Note there is a new ordering format – Internet only. Remember, you must have an account and send your orders in between Monday at 8 am and Thur. at 10 pm to be able to *receive them on Sat., Feb. 9, at Cannongate’s Parking Lot between 4 and 5 pm. *
We will not be setting up tents as we have in past. This is strictly for delivery of product.
The website is www.midgeorgia.locallygrown.net
If you have problems or questions email: email@example.com or call 770-584-9727
The Sell Farm has listed only ground beef, stew beef, and cubed steak which are all in one pound packages. We will have steaks and roasts to add by Tue evening. We will pick up our new beef product on Tue, Feb. 5, late, and need time to record weights before we can calculate and post prices.
So, if you are interested in purchasing beef steaks or roasts check back on Wed. morning and we should have these items listed. I’ll tell you that our beef sales have been wonderful this year — this might be the first and last retail beef for sale for the rest of the year– now is the time to stock up – the beef lasts well over one year in a freezer. Thanks for your support!
James Family Farm’s Wally Bees’ Honey and more
In addition to their breads, cookies, preserves and relishes and vegetables in season, the James’ Farm will sell Wally Bees’ honey as they did last year. They will deliver Wally Bees’ Honey this year because Wally has hives on the James’ Farm – therefore it truly is local honey. Look up their honey and order from James.
Fox Hollow Farm
Fox Hollow Farm has a number of new offerings this year. In addition to fresh local eggs, there are new and different breads, yummy goodies, dried herbs, and various skin scrubs. Take a look.
Green Fork Farmers Market: Weekly Product List
Dear Green Fork Farmers Market Customers,
Don’t forget to place your order by Monday at midnight for fresh, naturally grown and artisan products to pick up at the market on Wednesday.
NEW THIS WEEK: Figgieville has a fresh batch of olives with some new flavors and old favorites, and is now bringing us fresh olive oil straight from the grower in California!
Blue Pony Bakery keeps introducing new baked goods, and this week is one you are sure to love—with a name like Peanut Butter Energy Bites, how can you resist? For breakfast or a snack, they’ll keep you going!
This week we also have plenty of other baked goods, as well as honey, eggs, greens, chicken, beef, pork, microgreens, and some truly wonderful soap, lip balm, sugar scrub, body oil, and salve. You can’t go wrong with one of these as a gift for Valentine’s Day, and it’s coming up fast! Or consider giving an adorable gift bag of market tokens for your loved ones to use at Green Fork Farmers Market, either online or at the farmers’ tables at the market.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR: The 2013 Dig In! Food and Farming festival is set for February 28, March 1 and 2 at the UA Global Campus on Center St. in downtown Fayetteville. Focused on local, sustainable, and organic food and farming, this year’s programs include: an after-school film and activities for children and families on Thursday afternoon; feature films Thursday evening; Friday workshops for farmers, aspiring farmers, experienced gardeners, and water conservationists; opening reception and films Friday evening; and on Saturday there’s a full day of classes, films, discussions, food tastings, seed swaps, information and vendor fair, children’s activities, and a keynote address by water harvesting expert Brad Lancaster. For more information and to reserve your passes, visit the festival website at diginfestival.com, or come by and ask about the festival at the market.
We’ll set up the market on Wednesday from 4-7 pm in the Breezeway at Nightbird Books on Dickson St. You can order ahead or drop in, just come and see us!
Green Fork Farmers Market
Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: Farm tour
Bluebird Hill Berry Farm
Farm Field Day
Jerry and Jeaneane Markham, owner/operators of the Bluebird Hill Berry Farm wish to invite all customers to visit the farm. The field day will begin at 1:00 p.m. with a hamburger meal being provided (meat, buns, mustard & ketchup) by the Markhams. Anyone wishing to bring burger condiments, i.e. pickles, lettuce, onions, olives, tomatoes, chips, etc. is welcome. Drinks will be lemonade, tea or water (provided). Sodas will be furnished by the visitors. Ice will be provided.
The field tour will begin following the meal. The tour will be either on foot or on a trailer similar to a hay ride. We will visit the areas where vegetables are produced and discuss production practices. The blackberry field and muscadine vineyard will be toured. Egg and meat production practices will be viewed and discussed.
DATE: 6/2/2013 (Sun 1:00PM – 8:00PM)
LOCATION: Bluebird Hill Berry Farm, 3434 Bells Chapel Rd. E., Atkins, Ar.
CREATED BY: Jerry Markham CONTACT by going to the cite below.www.SignUpGenius.com/go/70A0E4CA8A929AA8-farm
South Cumberland Farmer's Market: Time to order local food!
It’s time to order from the Cumberland Farmers’ Market
click here to go directly to the market page
We thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to bring you the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious locally-produced foods possible!
Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: Message from Hannah's Heirlooms
Just wanted to let you know my new shipment of non-GMO, heirloom seeds are in! I scaled down the varieties to favorite vegetables, herbs, and even a couple flowers. So order your fresh seeds now and plant a yummy garden! :)
Happy Saturday to you all!
Champaign, OH: Commercial Kitchen Chat!
Here’s a great example of a Commercial Kitchen. We do not have one super close to us (they are located at Ohio State, Athens, Kenyon College, and this one called NOCK/CIFT near Bowling Green). It would be awesome if we could do this here, don’t you think?
Here’s the link but it looks like you might need to copy it?
Superior Seasons: Come see our new look!
Have you been to the website lately? Tell us what you think!
Ordering Reminders! We are still offering HOME DELIVERY to Individual customers on Wednesdays! CLICK HERE, until Monday at 5pm for Wednesday options. Deliveries occur normally between 12 and 2pm, but let us know if that doesn’t work for you and we’ll try to accomodate.
Superior Seasons is loaded with great options for the locavore/foodie or hard to buy for! From books to preserves, flour, vinegars, veggies and meats. You can’t go wrong. The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach and I’ve heard rumours that most females really, really appreciate a thoughtful food gift (wink, wink)
In the Garden
The greenhouses are starting up and getting ready to produce great plants for this spring. Farmers are finishing seed orders and planning for the year. Now’s the time to think about your garden seed, too! Remember to look for varieties for our growing season in the north – generally you want plants that are in the 60-70 days to harvest range maximum. Look for natural disease resistance in the varieties, as well – especially if you’ve seen mildew or blights in your garden in the last couple of years. Most local garden centers will also have a selection of seeds available so talk to them about what varieties will do best in our climate and why they stock the seed they do!
Click to Read the Superior Seasons Weekly!