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Martin's Farmstand:  U-pick strawberry update


We are opening the strawberry patch for u-pick tomorrow morning at 7 am as is our normal pattern. Expect poor picking with a limited amount of ripe berries. The patch was picked thoroughly yesterday and with the cool weather there are not many berries that have ripened today. The next picking will be on Wednesday afternoon starting at 2 pm and they should be much more ripe by then. We also will not be picking for the stand on Monday. I expect to have picked berries available at the stand again on Tuesday afternoon. In other parts of the garden and greenhouse there are lots of scallions, herbs, tomatoes, cucumbers etc. Field lettuce is abundant now. I am putting the romaine lettuce together with the red and green leafy lettuce display and pricing them all @ $1.85 each or three heads for $5. In the greenhouse I planted 10 seeds of a long delicious white cucumber from Johnny seeds. I also planted about 300 seeds of normal green cucumbers. Those 10 white cucumbers are yielding about 3 bushel a week right now which I find impressive. If you close your eyes when you are eating them you would never know they are white as they taste just like any other cucumber. Try one sometime. Daniel

Fayetteville Farmers' Market:  Online Orders NOW OPEN


Online Orders are OPEN now and close at 6am on Wed morning.

https://fayettevillearkansas.locallygrown.net/market.

PICKUP TIME THURSDAY June 23 is 4:30-5:30. Note: if you know that you cannot make it by 5:30 pm, but you want to order this week, just reply to this email or text 479-935-5111 and we will work with you on a plan.

UPDATES:

Lee Family Garden is back!
More vegie and flower bouquet choices this week. Check out those categories.

Blueberries are back too! NOTE: the hot weather is ripening the berries fast and there may only be 2 weeks of orders possible. So don’t wait too long. They are easy to freeze.

Dirty Apron is back!

Special dietary needs? Check out our gluten free bakery goods and items from our local seitan maker. We can speak from personal experience that all of these items are delicious and probably would please anyone no matter what their dietary needs are.

Local eggs available. Good selection of meats (including lamb, beefalo, pork and chicken). Honey and local salsas, too. And don’t forget locally roasted coffee and local kombucha as well as mushrooms and mushroom products.

All of our bakers have GREAT variety right now—including sweet treats, cookies, pastries, breads and other goodies. Handmade caramel apples are back too.

And don’t forget about our craft folks who sell online. Cards, art prints, sewn crafts and more.

BUYING TIP: If you see items that you want but not much available, order and pay and then log back in and continue shopping. Your orders will be combined and you will only be charged once.

DELIVERY OPTION IS AVAILABLE FOR FAYETTEVILLE ZIP CODES BUT MUST BE REQUESTED ASAP OR NO LATER THAN THURS 9 AM.

SNAP CUSTOMERS ONLY: you may choose pay at pickup and bring your EBT card on Thursday. We will swipe and match your card amount. NOTE: we CANNOT accept tokens or match cards during pickup at the online market.

New customers and orders always welcome—no minimum order required, no weekly order required.

TIPS:

1) Sellers sometimes add more products later in the ordering period, so be sure to check back. The product list changes each week, even from the same seller, so it’s worth exploring the categories you are interested in.

2) Multiple orders from you at different times will be combined into one order before pickup and you will only be charged once.

PICKUP LOCATION:
The OUTDOOR parking area at the south end of the new part of the Fayetteville Public Library.

Thank you for your continued support of the online market.

Reply to this email if you have questions.

The Wednesday Market:  We're Open!


Good evening.

The Wednesday Market is open for orders. Please place your order by 8 a.m. Tuesday. Orders are ready for pick up between 2 and 4 p.m. Wednesday. See the website for this week’s product offerings. Here is the link: https://wednesdaymarket.locallygrown.net/market

Please accept my apologies for turning on the system so late this week. Usually the system is activated on Saturday evenings. Well, sometimes life happens, and our normal schedules break down. Such has been the case for me this week! At any rate, because the system is late opening for orders, we’ll keep the system open later than usual so that no one misses out on an opportunity to order.

Thank you for supporting Georgia Grown. We’ll see you at the Market.

Thanks,

Beverly

P.S. If you need to contact someone about your order, please please call Sharon Fox, (404) 569-0582, or email her at sfoxtees@aol.com.

Russellville Community Market:  6/19/22 closing


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.

Don’t forget to check out the extras when you pick-up your order from 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM this Tuesday at the Downtown Russellville Train Depot.
Please allow an RCM worker to help you pack your order and check your invoice to make sure you recieve all your purchases:)

We are happy to serve you!

Happy Father’s Day to all the fantastic dads and grandads out there! Look at all the things on the market you can treat those dads to this week!
From steaks to cakes we have something for every dad! Tasty ice cream, decadent German chocolate fudge, jalapeno cheese, snickerdoodle cookies, cinnamon rolls and squash relish are just a few options! We have coffee, bratwurst, beard wax, beard oil and handmade pens too!
Don’t forget to place your order before 10 PM tonight!

REMINDER- We can no longer accept credit or debit cards. We will still be able to process cash, checks and SNAP/EBT transactions.
We appreciate your patience with us during this transition.

Check back frequently as our farmers regularly update what they have available. Multiple orders are encouraged. :)

Russellville Community Market

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Yalaha, FL:  Summer time Market


Market Open But we have only limited stuff in summer.

If anyone wants Regular Chives, I have those as well as little chive seedlings available. If there is demand I can list them for you. Also available but not listed are Dill seedlings and curly Parsley seedlings.

The regular ordering window is now through Thursday 8am for Friday-Sunday pickup.

I may still be able to take orders after Thursday Morning but can’t guarantee availability of things as I may have already packed them for the Restaurants.
Ordering window is Monday Afternoon (or when I open it) through Thursday Morning and pick up will be Friday-Sunday by appointment until we expand more, Please indicate when you would like to pick up when you place your order.

Remember to tell me when you want to pick up! (and if I don’t reply to confirm within a day, bump my e-mail or text me 407-342-8515. Though I have cleaned up my e-mail so hopefully I won’t Miss Anyone.)

Sign in to order. https://yalaha.locallygrown.net/market

You have to sign in to see the add to cart button. Then set the number and click the add to cart button on the items you want to buy (it is the little picture right next to the quantity box.) Remember you need to check out before your order will be placed.
Remember to let me know when you want to pick up on Sat or maybe even Friday late afternoon or on Sunday. (If I don’t send you an e-mail confirmation of your order and pick up time, please make sure you checked out and completed your order.)

Berea Gardens:  Market Open


Hi Friends,

The market is now opening for orders until 9 AM Tuesday. Our selection is down a little this week as we transition out of our spring crops and enter the summer season, but don’t let that keep you from coming by the market this week. Tom and Kenny are increasing with variety and volume and although their stuff is not listed here, you are sure to find lots of good stuff. Melody, as always, will have lots of good treats, too. We will be very busy this week trying to keep up with blueberry picking. Some of these beautiful gems will be in the muffins Lynnita is baking this week.

Blessings,
Bob and Lynnita

Stones River Market:  Market is OPEN -- See you Wednesday


GOOD MORNING! The Stones River Online Market …Sunday June 19th, 8AM through June 20th, closes 10PM. Market will always open at 8am Sunday mornings with or without receiving this email.

If you place your order and think you forgot to order something else, sign back in and order as many times you need to. It will be all added together when Market closes.

Welcome to the third week of JUNE, temperatures are heating up, great time to prepare your grills and firepits for some great cookouts and products from our Great Selection of Growers! There have been many local Farmer’s Markets that have opened, beat the heat and crowds and the challenge of parking and support the Growers on Stones River Market. Grower’s on our Market are local, within a 35 mile radius and a few of our Growers only sell through our Stones River Locally Market, thank you for supporting our local Grower’s.

Please share our market web address with your health-conscious friends, via text, email, or social media (and/or forward this message). https://stonesriver.locallygrown.net The more healthy members we have, the more variety of produce and product we can provide!

We look forward seeing you on the Porch this Wednesday, June 22th from 5-6:15 pm, with deliveries following. Know that our growers have the hour prior to get their products organized so things might be a bit hectic (and crowded) if
you come early.

PLEASE READ THIS….If you CAN NOT pick up by 6:15pm, please let us know, we can make your orders available with Quinn’s Mercantile so you can stop by and pick them up. If we are NOT notified, your order will be donated and you will be invoiced for the amount of your order. We still need to pay our Growers for their products.

Delivery Service is available for $10 within a 10 mile radius of Murfreesboro, outside areas additional $1.00 per mile is added. Delivery is also available to Woodbury at a host location for $10. If this is the first time you’ve requested delivery please put your address in the comments before you check out and any special instructions. An Invoice will be emailed to you that includes a $1.00 Invoice fee after your order is Delivered. Again, please make sure your email and address is current. There will be additional $5.00 fee added if Delivery is requested after Market has closed on Monday Evening.


Grower’s News:

Bean Man: Happy Father’s Day! We trust everyone is enjoying the somewhat cooler weather.

We have our full selection of Fresh, Non GMO, Gluten Free products available for you this week. Don’t overlook our Cassava and Coconut Bread Mixes with each package containing 2 packs of dry ingredients (you supply the wet ingredients) to make 1.5+ pound delicious loaves of shortbread which can be sliced thick or thin to your preference. If you prefer a taller loaf more suited to a sandwich, just use a more narrow loaf pan such as the disposable 3.5 wide x 8 long ones found at the grocery store which increase the height from 2.5" to about 3.5". For those looking to reduce carbs, the Coconut Bread checks in at 2.4 net carbs per slice based on 10 slices per loaf and you can reduce the count further with thinner slices. Due to schedule, we won’t be offering the baked loaves this week but they’ll be back soon!

If you’re looking for an easy and light snack, check out our Black Bean Dip Mix – each package comes with 4 packs with each pack making about 3.5 cups of dip – all you need is water and salsa. You can also have sour cream as a side or thin topping if preferred. If you are Gluten Free, try “On The Border” chips found in the grocery store – we’ve tried several and these are really good.

RC Farms: Along with a great assortment of produce and BEEF we now have some popular fruit available and more to come. Find Cantaloupes, Peaches & Cream Corn and Peaches this week. We’ve restocked our Beef selections.

Terry’s Treasures: I have started making beautiful hand painted vases that will let you showcase your own beautiful flowers. Several different color designs or you can request your own color.

Quarter Spring Farm: we have a plethora of plump chickens for your culinary escapades. We just finished processing our first batch of the year, so these are some fine fresh fowl. We also have our usual assortment of skin softening soaps and lotions. And we just introduced a brand new scent of lotion: coconut lime. Now you can smell like the beach, even if you’re actually stuck inland with the rest of us.

Sow’s Ear Piggery: we are back on the market this week with ‘NEW’ Non-GMO pork products, including pork tenderloin, cutlets, and chops, as well as roasts, ground pork, and mild pork sausage (no MSG).
You will notice some packaging changes with the ground products, as our butcher was unable to source the typically tube-like sleeves we are accustomed to getting. Also, this order was from a pig with a higher fat percentage due to its heritage breeding. In the past, if you have needed to add a little oil to fry our sausage or ground pork, this will not be necessary. In fact, you will be able to drain a couple of tablespoons of oil from your skillet. This rendered lard is excellent for sauteing garlic, onions, mushrooms, or cooking eggs. Studies have shown that outdoor, pasture-raised pigs have higher omega 3 and lower saturated fat than commercial pork raised in warehouses on concrete with no access to foraging. As always, Sow’s Ear Piggery pork is non-GMO fed and USDA inspected.

Carole’s Herbs (CS3 Farm): We’ve got onions, radicchio, and giant red mustard! Also check out our pestos, gourmet mustards, and our beautiful wildflower arrangements.

Flying S Farms: This week we have our Fresh Farm Chicken Eggs, Green Garlic Bulbs, Yellow Straight neck Squash, Cucumbers, Onions and Potatoes, Sour Dough Breads, Plain and the our Wheat Bread is Back. Few popular Jams are back with more to come this week – Just Strawberry, Seriously HOT Strawberry, Habanero Peach, Muscadine Grape Jelly and more!

Thank you and have a wonderful rest of your weekend!


Growers on the Market this week (subject to change during the week)

A&J Naturale
Bead Wench
Beaded Beauty
Bean Man
Body & Soul Teas
C&M Valley Farm
Canna Pham Farm
Carole’s Herbs (CS3 Farms)
Dogwood Valley Greenhouse
East Fork Farm/ Worm Castings
Ewe and Me Creamery
Flying S Farms
Handmade by Andrea
HempinShrooms
JillianFaithArt
Linwood Lamb
Oakview Farm
Pinky’s Micros
Quarter Spring Farm
Quinn’s Mercantile
RC Farms TN
Rus-T-Acres
Sap Creek Gardens
Singing Bee Honey
Sow’s Ear Piggery
Terry’s Treasures
Thweatt Things


The Market methods of Payment is Cash, Checks or Credit/Debit Cards, Invoice ($1.00 fee). Reminder, please make sure your email and address is current.

Thank you for supporting your Locally Grown Market, it means a lot to our Growers and Community by Shopping Local and Staying Local!

Special THANK YOU to Quinn’s Mercantile for their support of our Locally Grown Market and the use of the front porch. Please be sure to check out the Store, several great gift and useful items, along with items made or produced in Tennessee

We look forward seeing you “On the Porch or At the Curb" of Quinn’s Mercantile WEDNESDAY, June 22nd from 5:00 – 6:15 pm, please contact the Manager if you are unable to make delivery or are running late, please phone, email or text the Manager (615.542.1078) so we can make arrangements to get your order to you.

If we do not hear from you, your order will be donated and you will be invoiced for the amount of your order. We still need to pay our Growers for their products. Remember we do have Delivery Service. If you think you will be later than 6:00 pm, when our Delivery Staff begins delivering orders, please contact us, so we can make arrangements with you.

How to contact us:
Email: stonesrivermarket@gmail.com
Website: https://stonesriver.locallygrown.net
Facebook: www.facebook.com/StonesRiverMarket
Locations: Quinn’s Mercantile on Wednesdays: 301 North Spring Street, Murfreesboro
map: https://goo.gl/maps/GAkJS1wawb

Middle Tennessee Locally Grown:  Several New Items


Middle Tennessee Locally Grown market

will be open for your orders till Tuesday evening at 10 pm.



New items from Country Road Homestead:

(L to R) Organic Chamomile, Jalapeno Peppers, Tomatillos.


New item from CS3 Farms: Red Hawaiian Salt.




New items from Meriwether Bakes

(L to R) Italian Semolina Loaf, Peach & Strawberry Pie with Sourdough Crust.


New from Dogwood Valley Greenhouse:

(Top) Summer “Garden in a Vase”, Balloon Flower Plant.
(Bottom) Several Daylily Plants, Dixie Wood Fern Plant.


Sow’s Ear Piggery will be off market this week due to potential work travel. Please check back next week when our pork products will be available again, with newly added cuts such as chops, cutlets, and roasts.





Our Pickup Locations

Our Manchester pickup location is under the Coffee County Farmers’ Market pavilion, across the street from the Manchester City Schools administration building, at
216 East Fort Street, Manchester, TN


Our Tullahoma pickup location is in front of “Nature’s Elite”, in the Kroger Shopping Center, at
1905 N Jackson St, Tullahoma TN


Our McMinnville pickup location is outside Martin Chapel Fellowship, near the big water tower and the Warren County Farmers’ Market pavilion, at
110 Market Street, McMinnville, TN.


For a map, click on the address link.






Only the best fresh flavorful farm products for your family! No more week-old produce trucked cross-country. All the fresh local farm products listed come from your grower and maker neighbors in Middle Tennessee. The freshest produce is picked the day you receive it!

Your year-round weekly market is open for ordering from Sunday morning at 8 am till Tuesday evening at 10 pm.

Receiving options:
THURSDAY afternoon pickup (4:15 – 4:45 p.m.) at the market pavilion on Fort Street, Manchester.
THURSDAY afternoon pickup (5:30 – 6:00 p.m.) outside “Nature’s Elite”, in the Kroger shopping center in Tullahoma.
THURSDAY afternoon pickup (5:30 – 6:00 p.m.) outside Martin Chapel Fellowship, near the big water tower and the Warren County Farmers’ Market pavilion, McMinnville.
Delivery on THURSDAY evening for a small additional fee, or at other hours by arrangement.


See the “About” page for details.

Please help us grow:
spread the word about our market.
share this newsletter with someone.
make my day and ask to hand out some fliers.
And if you are hungry for something special, just let us know, and we will do our best to find it for you.



Fresh from our local farms to your table!
Shorten your supply chain!

Dothan, Alabama:  June 18, 2022 M@D NeWsLettEr



Market at Dothan is open to accept orders. Orders close Tuesday at 5pm
We use the word “Sustainable” over “Organic”.
You can grow organic without being sustainable, but you cannot be sustainable without utilizing organic practices.
Thank you for your continued support of our local farmers. We count it a privilege to serve you!
Our Website: marketatdothan.locallygrown.net
Order prepayment link: paypal.me/marketatdothan


THIS IS OUR LAST ORDER CYCLE BEFORE MIDSUMMER BREAK


GROWER & MARKET NOTES

Welcome Alabama Homestead! Alabama Homestead is a very small inner city farm run by a Master Gardner who utilizes organic practices to produce high quality culinary & medicinal herbs. Some may know Christine Springis from her lectures on diy vermiculture composting which she incorporates into her gardening. She will be offering a variety of herbs, medicinals and hopefully a few vegetables on down the road.

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New & Relisted Products


11 products from Alabama Homestead
Blueberries – Avalon Farms
Elephant Garlic- Avalon Farms
Baby Kinston Sweets – Avalon Farms
Blanched & Frozen English Peas – Grows In Rows
Duck & Quail Eggs from TranQuil Pastures Farm
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Please Read – We are Skipping a Week!
Market will not open June 25
There will be no pickup Friday, July 1
Our newsletter and normal ordering will resume July 2


At this time we anticipate being open every week following through the end of July. While we hope it’s not necessary, because of the multiple storms being predicted this season (as storms affect product availability) we may switch to bi-weekly ordering late summer.

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RICHTER FARMS:  Thank you everyone for your prayers, notes and concern for me after my car accident. As some of you know my right wrist was severely broken and I have not been able to participate in the market. Good news is I am now in Physical Therapy and getting stronger each week. I have included a picture of my x-ray so you can see how extensive the break was and now with a titanium plate I’m officially a “bionic farmer” ! I look forward to  seeing everyone soon.  Viki Richter 

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AVALON FARMS: This is heating up to be a really hot summer. Our little weather station has been recording temperatures over 95 most days, with a heat index of 108. Always thankful for some clouds and a breeze. These temperatures are way too much for snap peas and lettuce. I’m still hoping the sprouting broccoli might manage to make, but don’t hold your breath.

The earliest spaghetti squash are looking nice. (They like heat. Ha ha)

Elephant Garlic is drying under the pole barn. Yeah! The other garlic is not looking great, too hot and wet. I think there is some rot going on. We’ll harvest them in a couple of weeks.

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Speaking of Elephant Garlic I’m trying this recipe. 

Elephant Toes (Baked Elephant Garlic)

Baked cloves of the giant elephant garlic, lightly salted and spread on sandwiches or crackers. Also great in vegetables, potatoes or pasta and on meats. Recipe from The Lazy Gastronome.

Ingredients
1 full head elephant garlic
3 Tablespoons olive oil
salt to taste

Instructions
Preheat the oven to 350° -

Elephant garlic has much larger cloves than regular. Separate those cloves and lay them, unpeeled, in a small baking dish.

Drizzle with olive oil and bake until the cloves are fork tender. Remember the small ones will get done first, so watch them and remove them when they are done.

Once they are soft, remove them from the oven and add some salt to the top. Let them cool before you try to handle them. Carefully remove the skins and the hard ends.

Slice or mash the cloves and serve with crackers. Or store in the refrigerator to use in potatoes, on meats, with vegetables or as a sandwich spread.

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!

uwlD:  This market is preparing to open!


This market was added to the LocallyGrown.net system on Saturday June 18, 2022 10:22 AM. It should be open for business soon!