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Heirloom Living Market Lilburn:  Bakery Items Deadline Tonight


Just a quick reminder that orders for yummy bakery items from My Daily Bread, must be in tonight to guarantee delivery on Thursday at Market pickup!

Thank you for your support!


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Citrus County Locally Grown:  Just After Easter

As many of your know our Market Manager Michael, was born in the UK. He shared that Good Friday is the traditional day to plant potatoes. Well this past Good Friday the ground was frozen with a hard frost overnight and snow flurries at his brothers house in Lincolnshire. So you can see it is not just us having unseasonably cold weather.
This weather is causing a lot of produce from our local growers to be delayed.

As I write this it is a bright sunny and warm spring day, full of promise for the produce to come.

Just a reminder that your market is open until late this evening.

As always we appreciate you supporting your On-Line Farmers Market.
Supporting Local Growers and Vendors

See you at Pickup

Your CCLG Team

Link to CCLG Market.

ALFN Local Food Club:  Don't Forget-

The Market closes tomorrow morning. Last call for Farm Girl’s pastured chickens, New South Nursery’s heirloom tomato plants and Crimmins Family Farm’s lovely tulip bouquets.

Speaking of lovely, have you seen the new themes available for our site? With your help, we’d like to give our market a makeover! During Food Club on April 20th we’re hosting a bake sale to raise funds for our new look. Be sure to pick up some tasty treats with your order and vote on which theme you like best. If you’d like to donate something confectionary to the cause, drop us a line at

And speaking of tasty, on Sunday, April 21st, Barnhill Orchards is hosting a farm visit and fish fry! You can check out their brand new high tunnel structure, walk the ground your fruits and vegetables grow in and chow down on delicious catfish and fixings. Click here for more information and to sign up.

We’ll see you Saturday!

-Rebecca Wild

Champaign, OH:  Tick-tock!

Please hurry if you are planning to get an order in this week! Four hours to go as the market closes tonight at 8! Also, exciting news to share that if you do order this week, you will be paying at the front desk area! Please remember to BYOB…bring your own market bag to help green our market!

Find us!

Thank you!

Russellville Community Market:  RCM 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
Be sure to click on the “Like” button at the top of the Facebook page to get automatic updates. Thanks!

Russellville Community Market

Conway, AR:  News and Tuesday Reminder

Dear Conway Locally Grown Community,

This is a reminder that the market closes tonight at 10pm, so get your orders in! If you forgot something Sunday or Monday, just place another order today! If you like lamb, check out Falling Sky Farm’s new selection of lamb cuts – this is delicious pasture-raised lamb and it won’t last long folks.

Barnhill Orchards will be hosting a field day/high tunnel dedication on the afternoon of April 21st. There’s going to be a fish fry ya’ll – sounds like it’s going to be a great time. Here’s the signup link:

Conway Locally Grown will be leading a tour of Ratchford, Falling Sky, and Armstead Mountain Farms on May 11. Look for tickets on the market page next week. Bring a friend who’s not already a member of CLG, and we’ll give you two tickets for the price of one!

Community organizational meeting, Saturday, April 6, at 4 pm
Faulkner County Library, 1900 Tyler St., Conway, 72032

Hope everyone is having a wonderful week.
Gabe Levin
Market Director

Fisher's Produce Tulsa:  First CSA delivery tomorrow

Hello Friends,

April is finally here! and I am getting ready to head out into the rain to harvest the first batch of lettuce, spinach, and other vegetables for our first CSA delivery. It is a bit cold out, but I can’t complain about the rain. We need all that we can get!

This week’s CSA shares will likely include: asparagus, spring salad mix, kale or bok choi, radishes and salad turnips, and maybe a few green onions.

Since things are cold and slow, we are not posting any extra vegetables for sale on the online this week. Hopefully we will have more by next week.

Delivery Schedule:

Since Brookside Market is not open this month, we will be delivering to the Spirit Tower parking between 18th and Boston and Baltimore avenues. We will be on the South end of the parking lot near to the Baltimore side.

18th and Baltimore: 12:00-1:00pm (come by 12:30, if you can)

320 S. Boston office delivery: 1:15 pm

Spirit Event Center: 2:00 pm

Okmulgee (with my grandmother, LaDell Fisher): 2:30 pm

See you all soon!

Luke and Chantée

Farmer At Your Door:  Market Open Until 7:00 pm!

Market will be open for ordering until 7:00 pm! Place your order and check out our newest vendor Ananda Organics, all natural bath and body products.

Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op:  Product update

BurnsTwice has added shiitakes to this weeks market, so if you tried to order them and found them sold out, do try again.

Besure to have your order placed before 9pm this evening, and don’t forget to go down and hit the ‘place this order’ or ‘save changes’ button at the bottom of the page.
See you Friday!

Melody Lane Co-op:  April 1, 2013 - This Week

The Market is open every week from Saturday morning until until Tuesday evening.
Place your order by 7:00pm Tuesday for pick up the following Thursday.


I was so wrapped up in the big meat delivery this weekend I forgot to send out the weekly email. Sorry! There is not much new to share this week so I will keep it short.

A new grower/producer has joined the co-op. Good Shepherd Herbals provides herbal teas, salves, and syrups that strenghthen and heal the body. You can find out more at and look for their items in The Market in the coming weeks.

Our workshop on Fermented Vegetables is this Thursday and it seems to be very popular. It’s going to be a packed house! If you are planning on coming please RSVP as soon as possible so I can make sure to get enough supplies for everyone. Also, I have added two more workshop/demonstrations to the schedule, however they are not up on the Facebook page yet. The topics are sourdough breads and canning foods. They will both be held at my house, as usual, but will be taught by other members of the co-op. If you have a topic to share that you think may benefit others, please let me know and I will be happy to host it in my kitchen.

Have a great week!


Visit our events page on facebook to RSVP for upcoming workshops and events.

April 4Workshop: Fermented Vegetables
April 18- Demonstration: Sourdough Bread – presented by Deb Joswick
May 2 -Workshop: Canning (vegetables, meat, and juice) – presented by Brandon Follett
May 10 – Carlton Farm Tour

If you know of any other farms to tour or have an idea for a workshop please let me know!


Sandra Walker
Melody Lane Co-op Coordinator