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.
United States Virgin Islands: Vi Locally grown week of 12/23
Happy holidays from the staff and crew at ridge to reef farm! This week on the market we have the first of our early cucumbers and collard greens as well as many beautiful and tasty products from our growers and natural craft makers. See you at Polly’s!
Stones River Market: Happy Holidays - Market is Closed This Week
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone this week. If you are traveling, please have a safe trip.
I want to remind everyone that the Market is closed for ordering this week. We will reopen again next Sunday, December 30 at our regular time.
Congratulations to Jim and Julie with Rocky Glade Farm! Ten days ago they were blessed with twin boys – Jacob and Justin.
Thank you for your orders last week.
The Wednesday Market: Wed Dec 26, 2023
No online market this week but there will be Milk and Collards!
If you would like to order Milk or Collards and can pick them up on Wednesday between 2 and 5 pm…Let me know by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email your order before Monday 10 pm.
Milk is from Good Shepherd Farm and Collards are from McCrary Farm or Circle M Farm.
If you placed your order last Wednesday no need to order again. If any questions email or call 770-856-2144.
South Cumberland Farmer's Market: Have a Merry Christmas!
The market is closed this week for Christmas. We’ll be back in business for pick up on January 8th, 2013.
Rivervalley.locallygrown: Market is open
The Rivervalley Locallygrown Market is open for your shopping pleasure. Fresh produce is not available but there are a number of baked, canned and frozen items to choose from. Bluebird Hill will have a new inventory of pasture raised beef available for your selection.
We wish to extend our wishes for each of you and your families to have a joyous Christmas celebration and look forward to being your source of fresh locally produced products in the year to come.
Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: The Market is now open for odering
The market is open for ordering. Orders may be placed until 9 pm. Tuesday the 25th for pickup Friday the 28th.
Due to this market falling between Christmas and New Year’s, we don’t know how many orders will be placed. As many members may be out of town for the holiday season, it’s possible that the number of orders placed may be very low.
As many of our vendors have to travel significant distances and our volunteers give a good portion of their day, we decided we need at least 10 orders placed by Monday evening. If we have not met this minimum, the market will be canceled.
Last year the holidays occurred right on the weekend which interfered enough with volunteers’ plans that we didn’t schedule those markets at all. Since we are uncertain how many members may be affected this year, we’re going to try for the 28th if we have enough orders to make it feasible.
If you do plan on ordering, please do so by Monday evening. I will send out a notice Monday evening verifying if the market is canceled or if there will be pickup on Friday the 28th.
Julie Alexander market manager this week
Atlanta Locally Grown: Saturday pickup
We have orders for several markets Saturday.
We will be delivering to both Poedmont park and Sandy Springs. I will need to leave Piedmont by 9:45 so please make sure you are there by 9:30.
If you have an order from Brookhaven please call me @ 404-455-4333 so we may decide the best pick up location for you. If you would like to come to Piedmont that’s great just try to make it by 9:45.
Statesboro Market2Go: The Market is OPEN!
Merry Christmas! The market is open!
I had a great time tonight with dinner guests, and they were so impressed with the vegetables I served, fresh from Market2Go. We had roasted sweet potatoes, carrots, beets, and onions (all roasted together in a 9×13 pan) and steamed broccoli. I have finally figured out the secret to roasting veggies. Cut them in about 1 inch pieces, and keep the sizes consistent so everything will be ready at the same time. Spray your dish with cooking spray, then cover the veggies with about 1/4 cup good olive oil. Toss to coat, and roast at 425 degrees about 30 minutes. Take out and stir, then continue roasting until veggies are tender, about 15 more minutes. So good!
Have you noticed our new seafood offerings? We’ve always had salmon, but now we’ve added shrimp and halibut. Be sure to get your fresh seafood for New Year’s Eve from us!
Wishing you all a beautiful Christmas!
The Wednesday Market: No Christmas Market tomorrow
Just sending you a quick note that there will be no Christmas Market tomorrow.
Thank you to all the customers and vendors who participated this year.
Happy Holidays to all, and we will see you in the New Year!
Your Wednesday Market Volunteers
Vista Marketplace: Vista Marketplace @ 701 Whaley
The Vista Marketplace at 701 Whaley is open from 10:00am until 2:00pm every Saturday. This is a brunch market which features farmers and friends and their products grown or made right here in South Carolina! This week we will have a free drawing for one of our Collective Buying Program baskets as shown on the website.
Come join the “Party on the Porch” and have some of our famous Chicken n’ Dumplings for brunch. Then do some last minute shopping for the holidays. We’re excited to have Windy Hill Orchard back at Whaley with their hot doughnuts, cider, and Wassail. Our farmers/ranchers will have pork, chicken, beef, cheese, eggs, raw milk, honey, grits, coffee, collard greens, mustard greens, turnip greens and the turnips, beets, lettuce, and assorted fruits and nuts and let’s not forget our local florist. Some of the prepared foods available are: soups, entrée meals, sweet and savory breads, assorted cookies, muffins, pies and cakes, jams and jellies (perfect for the stocking), olive tapenade, herb butters, chicken salad, pimiento cheese, chicken pot pie, and many others. Our crafters offer many one-of-a –kind made items, jewelry, scarves, hats, quilts, alpaca wool items, soaps, lotions, skincare products, and beautiful art.
Visit with old friends, bring some new ones, have some food and check out our vendors for that last minute shopping that we all do! Shop Local…Support Small Businesses