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.
Conway, AR: Attention Picklers!
Attention Picklers and potential Picklers.
We have and abundant crop of Sumter pickling cucumbers at Strack farm here in Conway RIGHT NOW! Yes, it is October, but let’s make one last batch of your awesome pickles that everybody raves about. Within the hour, you could have 15 pounds of cucumbers being processed in your kitchen. Text me and I will get you in contact with the cucumbers from Strack farm. Bulk price!
Hope you’re having a great weekend.
For the record, all of my Wickles begin life as a Strack cucumber :-)
Northeast GA Locally Grown: MARKET IS OPEN FOR ORDERS!
Market stays open from Fridays 9 p.m. until at least 9 p.m. Mondays!
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!
PICKUP TIME is Wednesday from 5-6:30 p.m.
If you do not get an email ORDER CONFIRMATION right after you order then your order is NOT complete. Log back in and your order might still be there waiting for you to check out! If you have any trouble or questions at all, we are here to help; simply reply to this email or call Andrew at 770.530.3287
Statesboro Market2Go: The Market is Open!
Thanks for shopping with us and supporting your local farmers!
All of our products are grown locally in Bulloch and nearby counties. The heat is still going strong, and the lack of rain is affecting the crops now, but we have some delicious produce like pomegranates, okra, field peas, peppers, sprouts, tomatoes, blueberries, squash, zucchini, and some pumpkins!
We also have fresh, local herbs, honey, eggs, coffee, bread, milk, butter, cheese, seafood, shrimp, beef, pork, garden supplies, candles, soaps, lotions, as well as meals and goodies that are already prepared and ready to eat.
Bootleg Farm and Southern Swiss Dairy both have their products online on Market2Go. They are no longer regulars at the Saturday Market, so look for them here online!
Michael’s Pumpkins is back this year with some locally grown multi-color decorative corn. Perfect for fall decorating!
New vendor Max’s Firehouse Popcorn is on Market2Go! They have over 30 different flavors to choose from, including caramel, pizza, salt & vinegar, and a Boro Mix of caramel, butter, and cheese.
Freeman’s Mill products are back on Market2Go! Find yellow and white cornmeal and grits locally Stone Ground on an R.D. Cole flat rock mill the old-fashioned way.
JS Sharpening from the Saturday market is now offering his sharpening services through Market2Go. Drop off at Market2Go on Thursday and pick up the next Thursday or at the Saturday market.
Did you know that Market2Go has items for your pets? You can find pet food, bones, Wagz Dog Treats, and pet grade raw goat milk from Bootleg Farm.
Remember we have changed locations for our Statesboro pickup to the Statesboro Convention & Visitors Bureau at 222 S. Main St. Hours will remain the same, and our Sylvania pickup will remain the same at Victory Garden General Store.
No more membership fees! To maintain support for the market, we add a surcharge of 7% on each order.
Our featured vendor this week is Georgia Farm Products. They will be bringing their new crop of Fuyu Persimmons to the Saturday Main Street Market.
Our featured sponsor this week is the Georgia Southern Center for Sustainability. The Center has a mission to increase education and awareness of sustainability issues, both on campus and in the community, form partnerships with local community to improve sustainability, and to implement best practices in sustainability.
Patchwork Online Market: Place your Market Orders for delivery next week!
Just a reminder to put your order in before Monday to get your delivery next Wednesday!
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 from 4PM – 6:30PM this Tuesday at the Downtown Russellville Train Depot!
The Market is Open!
Black and Bronze Muscadines, Baby Mustard Greens, Butternut Squash, Fresh Eggs, Pumpkins, Okra, Ground Beef, Fresh Salsa, Pork Loin Chops, T-Bone Steak, New York Style Bagels, Honey Nut Granola, and now more roasted Coffee selections from our newest vendor, Three Tail Coffee!
Photo courtesy of Sheepy Hollow Farm
Growing Together : Availability for October 8th
We’re finally feeling the first cool breezes of fall and we couldn’t be more excited! Keeping our fingers crossed for rain in the next few days to end this weeks-long drought!
Despite it all, we’re still working hard to grow high quality vegetables for you and we’ve got lots in the market this week!
We’re really into the Roselle Calyx and Mint combo right now to make iced Hibiscus Mint tea! You can use the fresh calyx or dry them to make the tea.
Greens are also coming in strong – so many varieties for salad, stir fry, cooking, and more!
Thanks for your support and happy weekend!
The Growing Together team
Link to order: http://growingtogether.locallygrown.net.
Augusta Locally Grown: THE ONLINE MARKET IS OPEN AT AUGUSTA LOCALLY GROWN
Happy Friday and Happy Shopping – The Market is open!
Place your order before 8 PM, Sunday and pick up on Tuesday evening.
Tickets for Augusta Boucherie are on sale now! Visit www.augustaboucherie.com to get your ticket. Chefs from all over the country are coming to Augusta Boucherie to showcase our local foods!
Information about our delicious local food events can be found at augustalocallygrown.org.
Questions? Please text Kim at 706-288-7895
Conway, AR: CLG Pickup TODAY 3:30-6pm. Bring eggshells, glass jars, & egg cartons please.
We’ll have lots of cucumbers, yellow squash, Bell peppers, turnip greens, zucchini, and other goodies on the extras table. Come early before they’re all gone.
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: Hello!
And, we are back! Ready for another week!
Give us those orders!
Old99Farm Market: OLd99 farm, week of Oct1 2019
Late reminder, we have veggies, greens and roots, apples and asian pears. Eggs and meats: beef, pork and chicken.
Please check the website for specials.
Ian and Cami
Climate Emergency update (clck on for easy graphic comparison)
Where would our federal parties take us? These results paint a stark picture. Despite lofty claims and aspirational goals, there is no Canadian plan consistent with avoiding 1.5°C or 2°C warming. Wherever you are on the political spectrum, the rhetoric of your party on climate change does not match the numbers.
The New Democratic Party’s proposed targets for 2030 (38 percent reduction below 2005 levels) and those of the Green Party (60 percent reduction below 2005 levels) are more stringent than the current federal target.
The Green Party’s target is closest to being consistent with a 2°C trajectory. However, no party platform includes modelling that shows how these targets would be achieved.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has said his party would stick to the existing federal target. But the Conservative Party’s climate plan document, which contains neither carbon pricing nor regulations, would place Canada in the range of a 4°C (or more) greenhouse gas emissions trajectory.
Canada’s current and proposed (Liberal) federal policies lie within the range of what’s necessary to avoid 3°C of global warming, using modelling from Environment and Climate Change Canada submitted to the United Nations. These policies are not sufficient to meet the federal target of a 30 percent reduction below 2005 levels.
IG: remember, IPCC projections are biased to the conservative side because the peer review process is slow, so current research cannot be used, scientists are trained to be reticent about drawing conclusions, and policy makers use a summary that is negotiated by many parties. Actual climate observations are all worse than projections; there is no good news.
(Full article at Policy Options, published by Institute for Research on Public Policy)