This weblog contains LocallyGrown.net news and the weblog entries from all the markets currently using the system.
To visit the authoring market’s website, click on the market name located in the entry’s title.
Yalaha, FL: New Growers Week Sept 21-25
Still limited availability but we have two new growers so I’m opening up the market for ordering this week.
Get the word out so we can entice more growers with more customers and entice more customers with more offerings.
Will be closing the ordering window Thursday Night so growers have Friday to harvest and prepare. Pickup on the weekend, If you are ordering please let me know when you would like to pick up the order since I don’t expect many yet, we can make an appointment.
Palouse Grown Market: Last day to order.
We can help make your week easier.
Order local foods online at Palouse Grown Market, and we’ll have an order of fresh foods ready for pick up on Tuesday.
Below, you can review this weeks freshest items.
Enjoy, and have a great week.
Conyers Locally Grown: Available for Friday September 25
I hope this finds you all doing well. The market is open and ready for orders. We have lots of great stuff to choose from. Rapid Gourmet has some wonderful jams to us in cooking our fantastic pork.
Jive them a try, you will not be disappointed.
DeForest, WI: Availability for Week of September 20
Last week was the last week of sweet corn from Ripp-N-Good until July.
This week Baumans Natural Meats has brats available. Not sure, but this may be the last time they are offering this season too.
Rusty Dog Coffee still has varieties available, and it is fresh roasted to your orders.
Forest Run Farm continues to add items Friday morning as they harvest, so be sure to check out the “menu board” when you show up between 3 and 6pm on Friday.
Joyful Noise Acres Farm: Reminder to place your orders before 8:00pm.
Don’t forget to place your orders for this week. The market closes at 8:00pm. Fall vegetables are coming in with collards, sweet dumpling squash, and onions. We also have a wonderful variety of prepared foods using seasonal items.
Have fun shopping and we look forward to seeing you Wedensday.
Tullahoma Locally Grown: Good Monday Morning (9-21)
We hope your weekend was as wonderful as the weather. Your Tullahoma Locally Grown Market is open and ready for your orders. Please remember to place your orders between now and Wednesday at noon.
New this week are Live Water Kefir Grains from Triple B Farm. There are limited quantities, so you’ll want to order soon.
Here is the link to the market: Tullahoma Locally Grown Market
Thank you for your support. Have a great day,
Fuel So Good Coffee Roasters
Green Fork Farmers Market: No Market This Week
Dear Green Fork Farmers Market Customers,
We will not have a market this week because Bikes, Blues, and Barbecue will take over the space on Dickson Street this week. We will return next week for our next market on Wednesday, September 30.
We look forward to seeing you then!
Green Fork Farmers Market
Athens Locally Grown: ALG Market Open for September 24
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!
Oglethorpe Fresh Locally Grown: Fall is Near!
Check us out as we move into the new fall season. New to us are Southern Scratch, B&G Farms and Pearl Mill Farms, these good folks along with all our other growers you have come to know and love, make us so proud of Oglethorpe Fresh and the work we are doing in Oglethorpe County. Music starts this Friday night with Dodd Ferrelle as our guest musician, good food, good fellowship and good music are always a part of potluck and music, so plan to join us this season. We are in Mon-Sat 10-5 and Sunday 2-5 offering locally grown, locally made, history, music, music lessons, pecan cracking, custom framing and Oglethorpe Fresh Cuts. Hope to see you soon. Linda
Dodgeville, WI: Market Week Sept 20
The first day of Fall is the 21st and Fall is definitely in the air. Not only the garden produce that is available but the soybean fields are quickly loosing their leaves and the corn is drying down. It is time for you to get your fall order in for squash. Check out what is available this week.