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.
Statesboro Market2Go: Market2Go Delay
We will be opening a bit later this evening at 10:00pm and apologize for any inconvenience.
Russellville Community Market: The Market Is Open!
To ensure your order is placed, make sure you click the “Place My Order” button once you have completed your shopping. You will receive a confirmation email.
Orders will be ready for pick-up from 4PM – 8:00PM this Tuesday outside the Downtown Russellville Train Depot. Your order will be brought to your car in full-service fashion!
Roasted chicken purchased from Farm Girl Meats and cooked by our most loyal customer, Jeannie Wichmann! Dry brine for 24 hours, rub with olive oil and blackened chicken spice. Bake in cast iron skillet at 350 degrees for 1 hour and 20 minutes. Internal temperature should reach 180 degrees.
WE HAVE CHICKEN! Welcome back Dunrovin Farm! We also have many different cuts of Beef, Pork, and Lamb, as well as Kale, Collard Greens, Fresh Sweet Leeks, Green Onions, Red Velvet Lettuce, Fresh Salad Mix, Live Plants, and a large selection of Breads and Pastries, and more, all listed on the market this week!
Augusta Locally Grown: The Online Market is Open at Augusta Locally Grown
What a beautiful day!
The market is open and pickup will be Tuesday.
AJCC Pickup is 4-6pm
Buona Cafe Roastery Pickup is 5-7pm
Please do not arrive early for pickup. Our staff needs as much time as possible to process your order and ensure safety protocols are in being upheld.
Also, ALG has waved the membership fee for using the online market. We have instead added a surcharge fee to help with the running of the market. We found that the membership fee was a barrier for some and I goal is to make locally-sourced sustainable food accessible for all.
Thank you for supporting ALG,
Rebecca van Loenen
Statesboro Market2Go: Weblog Entry
We had a very busy night at Market2go. If you are missing any items from order, please stop by Uncle Shug’s on Main, 434 S. Main St. Please come by before 11am. There’s no line!
Conway, AR: Location change - CLG pick up today 3:30 PM until 6pm
In accordance with the current social distancing guidelines, we will not have more than 10 people in the lobby at any time. Please keep 6 feet distance. You can enter the lobby from the courtyard. We have four volunteers who can bring your order to your car if you prefer, just call or text 501-339-1039. Tell me where you are parked and what kind of car you are in. Open your trunk for contactless delivery.
If you ordered plants, please bring a box to carry them home in. We will have $1 plants on the extras table.
This is a pickup reminder for those of you who ordered this week. Thank you for your order! You can pick up your order from 3:30 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. today at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church at 925 Mitchell Street in Conway.
If something comes up that you cannot personally pick up your order today, please contact someone to pick up for you.
Remember to bring your EGGSHELLS, glass jars for recycling, egg cartons, and bags for ordered items. Reduce, reuse, recycle! See you this afternoon.
Come early for the best selection from the EXTRAS table! Even if you didn’t make an order, you can come by to shop the EXTRAS table.
Champaign, OH: Hey, Now!!
Tonight is a short and sweet weblog because your market manager is a tired Hippie girl…
But, you totally made this market an explosion of orders and love, this evening!! You touched my soul with all of the kind words, and you made me smile, and I not only felt the warmth of the sunshine, but also the warmth of what is now becoming a driveway party as we take all of your orders, to each of your cars, and have a safe distanced chat with each of you.
You have taken the market to new levels, and I love to the moon and back for that.
I will update more, tomorrow, but tonight I wanted to let you know that we are adding another new vendor back to our fold…Blue Jacket Dairy is back with their amazing cheeses!!!
We look forward to their products!!
Now, go, have sweet dreams, and get ready to order, again, as I open up the market…
Siloam Springs, AR: Egg Inventory is Updated!
Egg inventory has been updated. There are 6 dozen eggs available, limit 2 dozen per family please.
Ground beef is also available with more selections coming soon.
Raised Rite Poultry had several 4-5 lb bags of chicken frames left and they are listed now for $6/bag. Makes great bone broth.
Vandevoir Farms will have updated chicken selections available online next week. This weeks went pretty quickly.
Remember you can purchase gift cards to our downtown merchants and support them during these difficult times. The cards can be used now or later. You could purchase them as gifts or for someone you know who is serving on the front lines right now. Many of our local restaurants are delivering locally and payment with a gift card makes it easy for all!
Thank you for supporting our local farmers, vendors, and businesses. See you Saturday!
Statesboro Market2Go: Sylvania
Customers – If you ordered and choose Sylvania as the pickup location, it has not changed. Please pickup as usual.
Vendors – if you have orders for Sylvania, please drop off in Statesboro with your other orders.
Champaign, OH: Spirit Of Your Town
Small businesses are the heartbeat of your neighborhood, the spine of your local economy, and the spirit of your town…
(A small business quote from, Knee High Agencies)
Happy Thursday Market Lovelies!!
Just a reminder that if you ordered from the market, tonight is your weekly pick up, 4pm-6pm, at the site of Oakview Farm Meats, 1645 St. Rt. 54, Urbana!
Just like last week, there is no need to leave your car!! I will be getting your boxes together, in the greenhouse, and can see you pull in, and you can either call me at 937-926-4833, or, if the line is not too long, just wave to me, and I will be right there.
Prepayments are great, and if you would like to do so, you may call me, today, with your information. Or, you may hand me a check, or your money…exact change, also, greatly appreciated!
If you would like to enter the retail shop to do extra stocking up on items, please adhere to our one customer, at a time, policy, and please stay within the designated spot, while Mark, your other market manager, will get all that you need!
Again…you have moved me to tears, this week, as you did, last week with your orders, and your kind words…
The market will reopen, this evening, for our next round of ordering fun…
Thank you, for loving us…
Your Market Manager
Cosmic Charlie Bread Adventures
Hippie and the Farmer, LLC
Sweet Jane-Style Agent
Old99Farm Market: Old 99 farm, Week of Apr 1 2020
Even a month ago I would not have anticipated the current conditions here in Canada and worldwide. Check my facebook page for what I select as high relevance news articles and science.
Old 99 is growing food. We have recently added two beeves in the freezers, stewing hens this week.
A new flock of 100 layers is settling in, already increasing our daily egg production. This time I bought white and brown layers, so your dozens will have a mix of both colours. Tell me if you can taste a difference! Dozens will be mixed size and weight, but averaging medium, large, extra large. Regular prices.
Nick LaMarsh is growing greenhouse and outdoor crops, he’s the market gardener for Old 99. He has onions, leeks, lettuces, claytonia, asian greens and much more in the ground. We all will be doing some growing, especially for the fall harvest and storage crops. Stay tuned for ways you might like to participate in that.
See the list at Locallygrown for what is available. Staples are kale, chard and collards among the greens. We are almost out of carrots, onions, potatoes and beets.
For your own gardens and flower beds I have mature composted ammended with rock flour (basalt), gypsum and volcanophos. The active microbial populations will boost the fertility of your gardens and increase the nutrient content of your produce. Available by the bag or bulk, delivery possible.
Remember: social distancing is going to make a big difference even when it looks like it isn’t, because the case load increases before it goes down. Many months ahead before we feel safe again. Wear your face masks, even homemade ones.
Here’s a quote from a Yale epidemiologist,
“In contrast to hand-washing and other personal measures, social distancing measures are not about individuals, they are about societies working in unison. These measures also take a long time to see the results. It is hard (even for me) to conceptualize how ‘one quick little get together’ can undermine the entire framework of a public health intervention, but it does. I promise you it does. I promise. I promise. I promise. You can’t cheat it. People are already itching to cheat on the social distancing precautions just a “little”- a playdate, a haircut, or picking up a needless item at the store, etc.”
Ian and Cami
Nick and Angela