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.
The Wednesday Market: We're Open! Place Your Orders Now
The Wednesday Market is open for orders. Please place your order by 10 p.m. Monday. Orders are ready for pick up between 3 and 6 p.m. Wednesday. See the website for this week’s product listings. Here is the link: https://wednesdaymarket.locallygrown.net/market
Concord Street Sweets is taking a break from the Market this week. The kids are out of school on Spring Break, so I want to do something fun with them.
Concord Garden Club’s annual Lunch and Learn is Thursday, April 19, at the Strickland Building in Concord. Doors open at 11 a.m. Don’t miss your chance to hear an outstanding garden expert Harold McDonnell present a talk on “Shady Characters – Exciting Perennials for the Shade Garden.” Bring your lunch. Dessert and beverages are provided. The event is free. Vendors will be selling all manner of garden items, so do some shopping while you are there!
Have a great Sunday, and we’ll see you at the Market!
Dothan, Alabama: April 14, 2018 Newsletter
This Week’s Newsletter:
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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!
Patchwork Urban Farms Online Farmstand : Patchwork Farmstand Open!
The market is now open! Please get your orders in before Monday at 10am. Thanks.
Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: The market is open for ordering
The Spa City Co-op market is now open for ordering at spacity.locallygrown.net.
Please place your orders before Tuesday at 9 pm, and plan to pick up your orders at Emergent Arts on Friday from 3PM to 4:30PM. If you’re unable to pick up your order at this time please make arrangements to have your order picked up for you.
Remember to scroll all the way down and click place this order.
Don’t forget – this market has no paid positions, so we NEED VOLUNTEERS to run every market. It’s fun, you get a $5 gift card as well as extend your membership by 2 months, and you learn so much about local foods in Arkansas.
Have a great week and see you on Friday
this market’s manager
501 655 9411
Northeast GA Locally Grown: Market is open for orders!
Good Evening Locavores, Northeast Georgia Locally Grown is open for orders!
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PICKUP TIME is Wednesday from 5-6:30pm!
Thank you for choosing Northeast Georgia Locally Grown as a way to support your local producers. This online farmers market allows you to buy directly from multiple farms committed to chemical-free and local produce all year long! CHEMICAL-FREE means produce and pastures grown without synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides, or insecticides. LOCAL means within 80 miles from the market pickup locations (usually much much closer). Do you know someone who grows chemical-free food in the area? Get them in touch with us. Know someone who wants fresh food? Spread the word. Put the two together, and that’s growing organically!
Statesboro Market2Go: The Market is Open!
Thanks for shopping with us and supporting your local farmers!
Lake Placid Online Farmer's Market: May Market Dates
The May market was under the “TBA” category, and I am happy to be able to announce that the order period will be May 4 – 7, with pickup on May 9th at Lake Placid Skate Shop as usual.
If anything changes, we will certainly let you know.
Manchester Locally Grown: Time to Order Fresh Local Farm Products!
Manchester Locally Grown market
We always have a few new farmers, waiting their turn to join our market and offer their wonderful products to all our customers. In order to add more farmers, we feel it would be best to grow our customer base a bit. We want to be able to offer you and your friends some new local farm products.
The farmers and market managers would really appreciate your efforts to help spread the word about our fantastic market. What a great local resource for fresh, local farm products. Please pick up a few business cards to hand out to your friends, neighbors, and co-workers. Advertising is very expensive, and we want to use our slim market funds in a responsible manner.
Welcome to this week’s offerings from your online farmers’ market. Everything you see on our website is the “cream of the crop” from local farmers, the best products picked and made with pride especially for YOU! When you place an order with our farms, you know you are supporting your friends and neighbors, most located within 30 miles of Manchester, Tennessee.
The market will remain open for your orders till Tuesday at 10 pm.
Please be sure to read the section of the page entitled “Important Ordering and Pickup Information.”
Farm News of the Week
Last call for survey responses!
Deadline for completing the market survey is April 15! Please help us grow and improve our market by telling us how you feel about it. Many thanks to those who have already done so.
Please complete the short survey here:
Manchester Locally Grown customer survey
We will enter your name (if you choose to identify yourself) into a drawing for a $25 market gift certificate.
In addition, please tell your friends about our market. When one of them makes a purchase and tells us you sent them, you will be entered into the drawing a second time. There is no limit to how many entries you can earn this way.
From Andra Martens:
This week, Sow’s Ear Piggery pork products return to the market after a couple weeks in vacation mode. Pork chops, ground pork, stew meat, cutlets, and several other cuts are available. As always, our pork is Non-GMO, non-medicated, and free-ranged.
From Linda Reed at Dogwood Valley Greenhouse:
Yes it’s really spring. I didn’t think I’d ever be able to say that, this year! This week, many of our perennial plants are continuing to bloom from previous weeks. We welcome a few new blooms, including some of the dwarf carnations, foam flower, coral bells, pincushion flower, spiderwort, salvia, and more colors of azaleas. The ferns, especially the low Japanese Painted and the taller Ostrich, would look really great in your woodland garden.
The mints and oreganos are doing very well, and finally the thyme is filling out. Salad burnet is still thick and full, waiting to be a part of your next salad. We have a few Rosemary and Lavender plants as well, and a limited number of Stevia. Valerian, a very useful herb, can also add a tall white accent to your perennial border.
And a nice surprise: the pink Christmas cacti are back in bloom! They actually haven’t been resting for long, and I’ve been watering them right along. They’ll make great Mother’s Day gifts. (I will wrap for you.)
Don’t forget: it’s not reliably warm enough for tomato and pepper plants yet, in spite of what some of the big box stores try to tell you. In fact, I saw several dead ones in my local shop a couple days ago, and there will be more after this coming Monday’s cold night. And I’m going to throw out a forecast that we will get one more frost, right after the next round of vegetable plantings. My suggestion: wait till at least May 1, when the soil is nice and warm, allowing for good strong root growth, which is essential for healthy plants. Then get your tomato and pepper plants from Dogwood Valley Greenhouse. I will have several varieties of tomatoes and some California Wonder green bell peppers, available in about two to three weeks.
Important Ordering and Pickup Information
Ordering will be open until TUESDAY at 10 p.m., and your order will be available for pickup on THURSDAY between 4:00 and 5:30 at the pavilion across from Manchester City Schools administration building, 215 East Fort Street, Manchester.
We can also deliver your order to your home (or other location) on Friday afternoons, for a small fee, if it’s more convenient for you. If you prefer to utilize this service, please place an order for it, same as other products, selecting your delivery area. Don’t forget to give us your location address in the comments section of the order. Also please text Linda at (931) 273-9708 for specific arrangements.
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. Please encourage our local farmers by helping to spread the word about our wonderful market to everyone you know. We offer a great variety of local farm products, and our items will be in your hands in time to plan for the weekend. Wonderful local products are available for ordering from the comfort of your own computer.
More new farmers are considering joining our market, if they can expect enough sales to help pay their transportation costs. Please help us grow the market by sharing this e-mail with your friends and inviting them to give us a try. And if you haven’t ordered from Manchester Locally Grown for a while, please check out our wide variety of offerings this week. Also please let us know if we can improve our selection or scheduling in any way to better suit your needs.
Linda & Michael
Here is the complete list for this week.
Augusta Locally Grown: THE ON-LINE MARKET IS OPEN AT AUGUSTA LOCALLY GROWN
There are still a few tickets left for our Three Farm Tour on Sunday, April 22! Chef Charleen has announced the menu!
Spinach soup with poached eggs and cheese at Radiant Acres Farm in Waynesboro.
Salad with andouille sausage croutons and loads of other fixings at Fisheads in Sardis.
Madelines with peach ice cream at Newton Family Farm in Millen.
ALFN Local Food Club: Volunteer Needed
We’re looking for one more volunteer to help with the ALFN market pickup tomorrow from 10:00-12:00. This is a fun opportunity to meet others in the local food community, eat some good food, and earn credit and membership for your customer account! Sign up using this link to volunteer with us tomorrow on the second shift, or email Claire at firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know you’re coming. Thanks guys!