This weblog contains LocallyGrown.net news and the weblog entries from all the markets currently using the system.
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Manchester, TN: Don't Forget Your MLG Order!
The Manchester Locally Grown online farmers’ market is open for ordering till noon on Wednesday. Place your order this afternoon or evening so you don’t forget! Lots of fresh veggies, herbs & spices, and eggs are waiting for you. Your garden will look much nicer with a perennial or herb plant, and we still have quite a few hanging baskets for your porch, including a couple of new ones.
When you pick up your order, ask to see the beef in the freezer from Double A Farm in Coalmont. Also feel free to browse through the books and displays at Square Books Round Cookies, our host store.
See you Thursday afternoon for your order!
Tullahoma Locally Grown: Raw Milk!
Let’s welcome new grower Murari Farm! They have hand-milked Jersey cows that deliver fresh milk, cream, yogurt and butter. There is still time to order by tomorrow at noon. See ya Thursday!
Green Fork Farmers Market: Weekly Product List
Dear Green Fork Farmers Market Customers,
This week Figgieville has a new crop of cold pressed olive oil and brined olives not cured with lye, directly from the grower in California. They also have Japanese cucumber plants that grow 10" long cucumbers, as well as a special on fig plants. There’s still time to plant these, as well as tomato plants and vegetable seeds that are available from our farmers this week.
Asparagus continues this week, but it has a very short season, so get it while you can.
We also have lots of other vegetables, plus microgreens, herbs, honey, beeswax, bee hives, eggs, lamb, chicken, pork, beef, popsicles, handcrafted herbal soap and other body care products, and locally roasted coffee—yum!
Click on the link below to place your order, then pick up on Wednesday from 4-7 pm in the Breezeway at Nightbird Books, 205 W. Dickson St in Fayetteville. The best selection is available by preorder, but you can also stop in to buy directly from the farmers’ tables.
Thanks so much for supporting your local farmers and artisans and keeping more of your hard earned dollars in our community.
Green Fork Farmers Market
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.
StPete.LocallyGrown.Net: Market Closes Wednesday @ NOON - Geraldson Orders due by 3PM Tuesday
There is still time to shop!
PLEASE NOTE: YOUR DEADLINE TO ORDER FROM GERALDSON COMMUNITY FARM (GCF) IS TODAY, TUESDAY 3PM 3PM 3PM 3PM
Champaign, OH: Reminder time!
It is reminder time that the market closes tonight at 8! Be there or be square!
Shoestring Acres: Ordering opens
Ordering opens today at Noon!!!
Due to circumstances here at the Farm I may be adding a few items later in the day. I will send out the word if I do.
Let me say welcome back to all veteran members and a hearty Hello to all new customers. Our selection is small at opening due to the unusually cold spring, but we will be rampping up quickly!
We had frost here at the farm this morning looked like winter!
Happy vegetables, Helen Mgr
CAFE: Volunteers Needed Today
We are in need of someone to pickup from Split Creek today as well as two volunteers at 2:45 in Clemson. Reply back if you are available or need more details.
Dothan,Alabama: Serving Local Food, Year Round...
Can’t make it to Market At Dothan by Noon?
Let us help you: simply order online at www.marketatdothan.locallygrown.net,
your order can be left INSIDE Dothan Nurseries with cashier for convenient pick up until 6:00 pm. Please enter comment “Order to be picked up after Market”.
Also, Farmers Daughters Co- op will deliver a “Farm to Cubicle” box to your workplace with minimum order of 10 boxes. For more info click on The Market, Farmers Daughters , “Farm to Cubicle” Workplace Delivered.
Farmers Daughters is available for presentations and demos at your workplace. Contact us for more information.
Please let us know how we can serve you better!
Thank you for your support of local food, year round!
Susan & Amanda
Old99Farm: Old 99 Farm, week of May 12 2013
www.old99farm.locallygrown.net to order.
It’s 9 minutes after midnite Monday and I’m watching the thermometer outside hover over zero. Do I go out and spray the blossoming fruit trees to ward off frost damage and cover the freshly planted seedlings in the garden? You’ll have to come on thursday to find out .
We’re at the end of the spring harvest season and not quite in the summer, so selection is becoming limited. Sure do have chard, still sweet from winter cools. Some kale, beet tops, parsley too.
Will try offering garden veggie transplants this spring, so check the listing under transplants. Many are four plants per unit but tomatoes, eggplants, celeriac and parsley root are per each. A unit costs $4.
This weekend I am planting new berry bushes and trees on Saturday. Would you be interested in coming out to help? 10 to 4pm or part thereof. I’m putting in a new grove of gooseberries, red currants and chokeberries and adding some fruit trees to the orchard. Possibly a big patch of asparagus too.
Coming soon is the tear-down of the woodshed to make room for rebuilding it, complete with rootcellar for root, fruit and honey storage. This saturday I will welcome many hands to transfer the contents of the shed beside the barn to the empty greenhouse for temporary storage. It’s probably only a few hours for 5 to 10 people. The new building will become the store for all farm products as well as storage. I hope it will be completed by the Old 99 Strawberry solstice on Sunday June 23, potluck, all invited.
Ian, with daughters Kelly and Kendra