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Heirloom Living Market Lilburn:  Last Minute Orders??

Good Morning All!

Heirloom Living Market will close at Noon today!

Dabrielle and Bruce from My Daily Bread are our Farmers of the Week this Thursday! Be sure and stop by and say hello and enjoy a taste of a couple of their best bakery items!

Johnston Family Farm has FRESH cream-y ‘milk’! Perfect to make butter for your favorite pets! It’s easy and delicious and they will thank you! Recipe will be on check-out table at Market pickup along with a recipe for ice cream! It is going to be a Yummy week!

Little Tots Estate is still offering BOGO for Goat Milk!

There are many nutrient-dense, fresh, local, pesticide/chemical/GMO FREE foods and grass fed, pasture raised meats available to keep you and your family well fed and healthy! So, hop on over to the Market and shop for the week!

We appreciate your support of the Market, our dedicated, LOCAL Farmers/Growers and Artisans and the local economy!

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:  e-Day

Hi Co-op Members!

The e-Day Festival 2013 is coming up this Sunday, May 19. Spa City Co-op has once again reserved a space for this event.

Unable to volunteer at the Friday market pick-up days? Then, this is a GREAT way to spread the word about the co-op and to volunteer at the same time!

We are in need of one or two volunteers to man the table, hand out flyers, and talk to people about about the co-op. This is EASY and FUN. No previous co-op volunteer experience is necessary. One of the volunteers will need to set up the table and take it down. A sun canopy is also available.

Check out the e-Day website for more info about the festival:

The Festival is 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. One or two volunteers can handle the entire event, or we can break it down into smaller shifts if necessary.

Volunteers will receive free two-month extensions of their co-op memberships.

Please respond to me at to sign up for this volunteer opportunity, or if you have any questions.


-Karen Harbut
Volunteer Coordinator

ALFN Local Food Club:  Bring on the Fire

Grilling weather is finally here to stay. Time to celebrate… with steak! We have prime cuts for every connoisseur. Throw some broccoli and bok choy next to that beef to create a satisfying meal without ever heating up the kitchen. Sound appealing? Give in to the temptation at the Market, but hurry. Only 16.5 hours left!

~Rebecca Wild

Middle Tennessee Locally Grown:  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!
— Linda

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

CLG:  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.

Gabe Levin

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.

~ Elian