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.
Foothills Market: Market Reminder
There’s still time this afternoon to order from Foothills Market for this week. Remember we are shifting the pickup time and day for the summer to Saturday morning 8-noon to coincide with the Johnson County Community Market.
Old99Farm Market: Week of May 23 2021
There’s nothing like fresh greens and vegetables from a local farm, and they’re even better when it’s an organic, regenerative, natural permaculture farm.
Nick is having a SPECIAL incentive for the next two weeks: Sign up a friend or family member, and if they place a vegetable order over $15 (approximately 4-5 items) and you will receive a FREE 1kg bunch of Old 99 Heritage Rhubarb!
Sign up two friends or family members and you receive a 1kg bunch of Rhubarb AND 10% off your order. (This is only qualifiable for vegetables and greens purchases, not eggs or meats)
A good selection of veggies this week; spinach, green chard, a very delicious buttercrunch lettuce, red kale, turnips (greens on), rhubarb, mint, fennel tops, wild foraged Nettle leaf, black currant leaves (see links below for more information), and a few others – please feel free to browse the market.
Also available are Heartnut Tree seedlings, Paw Paw tree seedlings and thornless Black Berry transplants. Please feel free to come during market times to browse the selection of tree and berry seedlings.
Please remember to place your order before 7am Thursday. Orders placed after this time may not be processed.
Market hours are Thursdays & Fridays from 4pm to 6pm.
Thank you to all who came last week, we look forward to seeing you all again this week. Don’t forget about the bring a friend/family member incentive the next two weeks.
Nick & Angela
Ian & Cami
Links for Black Currant Leaf information and recipes:
Champaign, OH: A Note From Anchor Acres
Happy Wednesday, lovely market customers!
First of all…thank you, so very much, for all the love you showed us, this week, and each and every week! I am never not blown away, each week, as I watch the orders flooding in!!
And, at tomorrow’s pick up, we welcome back, Anchor Acres….she is a past vendor, and we love her produce!
Here is a note from Laurie, of Anchor Acres…I will have more variety including some fun things like tomatillos, kabocha squash, and chamoe (Korean melon), as well as some peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, and green beans.
We will have her all set up in the new area that you all have been watching come to life with the new driveway expansion.
If you are a market customer, this week, you can stop at the greenhouse while I bring you your order, and then you can keep pulling into the new section to drive up to where Laurie will be!!
Each week, we will have various vendors all set up to bring you their products, or to meet and greet you, and talk about their business.
Since this is an online market, the customers don’t always get to meet the vendors, and we think this will be an excellent new edition to our little market. A drive through option!
If you did not order this week, you are still welcome to drive out, and partake in meeting Laurie, and grabbing up what she will be offering!!
She is cash and carry, only!!!!
See you, tomorrow…
The Cumming Harvest: Come get your produce before Memorial Day!
Yes, the market will be open this weekend! We would like to thank all of our military, and veterans and celebrate them this weekend. We hope everyone has a wonderful memorial day weekend. Come pick up your products before the holiday begins!
The new address is: 3540 Keith Bridge Road, 30041
Please be sure to come to the new address this weekend. We are no longer at the location of Pilgrim Mill. If there any questions please feel free to reach out to the market manager.
As a reminder the market is open from Wednesday through Thursday at 8pm for orders. All orders must be picked up on Saturday from 10am until 12pm noon. Please be respectful of our volunteers time and plan to pick up early and not right before noon.
As always, please feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns.
Jaclyn Barnum, LMSW, CMFT, HSBCP
Yalaha, FL: Leeks available, Planning on a June Break
We Have Leeks! The kind you eat.
Lettuce is very poor now so I’m getting ready for the summer “down” time starting to do clean up/maintenance.
I expect I will be leaving the Market Closed from June 6 through June 26. Some one is always here at the Farm but we don’t have much available anyway so I figure it is the best time to almost shut down for a little while.
Standard Ordering window below.
Order now through 7 am Friday May 21st for May 21st or 22nd Pickup, or tell me when you want to pick up, we have flexibility, I just prefer to harvest early in the day so things are fresh and not all wilted so it is best to get your order in the day before you want to pick up.
We Are Flexible, TELL ME if you want to make special arrangements for produce, I am open and willing especially now. I just need to know the day before so I can harvest anything that needs early morning handling and I like to know when to expect people to show up.
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.)
Wedge Oak Farm: Happy Memorial Day Week! Order til 8AM Friday!
Hi Farm Family!
We’ve got everything stocked up for your Memorial Day weekend needs! There’s a large assortment of link sausages, pork chops, pork roasts and ribs. We’ve still got plenty of our 100% grass-fed ground beef and an assortment of steaks and beef roasts/braising cuts.
Last week, we got a fresh batch of spring chickens in and now have a huge selection of breasts, wings, leg quarters, drumsticks, and thighs. We also spatchcocked quite a few as well, which is in our humble opinion the best way to grill, roast, or smoke a whole chicken.
Don’t forget to grab some of our house made bone broth/stock for your beans and greens too!
We’ll be breaking down a couple of hogs this week as well, so we will be loaded up on Saturday with all your porky needs!
Have a wonderful week! We look forward to seeing you this weekend.
Miami County Locally Grown: Memorial Day
Memorial Day was established after the Civil War as a day
to remember and honor
all the men and women who have died in service to our country.
Services all over Miami County are planned for today at area cemeteries, as well as parades in Piqua, West Milton, Casstown, and Christiansburg, honoring the original purpose of Memorial Day – to remember all (now more than 1.3 million) who’ve died while serving in our armed forces.
And the Miami Valley Veterans Museum is proud to announce at 1pm today the Ohio Motor Pool of military vehicles will arrive at the new Museum location – 2245 South Co Rd 25A in Troy! The public is encouraged to welcome the convoy of military vehicles at the Museum and greet convoy members. Please allow time to view our many displays and see the authentic wooden Higgins Boat (LCVP)!!
The Museum is open today 11am-5pm, with a short memorial service held at 2pm. The Miami Valley Veterans Museum is a non-profit whose mission is to honor, preserve, and perpetuate the legacy of Miami Valley Veterans – a fascinating place for all ages, as my family of seven will attest.
In 1915 Mona Michael penned the following lines and started the tradition of wearing red poppies on Memorial Day to honor all of those who’ve died serving the USA…
“We cherish too, the Poppy red
That grows on fields where valor led,
It seems to signal to the skies
That blood of heroes never dies.”
Miami County Locally Grown: Piqua, Sidney Farmer's Markets OPEN this Week!
We may be Closed for orders this week, but two great area farmer’s markets OPEN this week for the summer season!!
The Piqua Community Farmer’s Market is OPEN Thursdays 3-6pm as of this Thursday May 27th!! Lots of events and contests planned weekly throughout the season! Be sure to say hi to one of our favorite Night Market vendors – those darling Domestic Divas!
Drop by High Street in Piqua right in front of beautiful Fort Piqua Plaza, and stop in the wonderful library while you’re at it (the summer reading club starts next week, June 4th!)
And the Sidney Farmer’s Market opens this Saturday May 29th 8am-12pm, around the entire Shelby County Courthouse!
Don’t miss the chance to say hello to the Grumpy Goat Experiment – the least grumpy farmers you’ll find!
When the farmer’s markets start to open, you know summer officially is on the way!!
Grumpy Goat: Slight Change to hours!
Just note that Tuesdays hours should have said 2:00-6:30pm! So come on down for some fresh greens and some seed starts starting today!!!!
Champaign, OH: It's A Beautiful Morning
It’s a beautiful mornin’
Each bird keeps singin’ his own song…
Happy Sunshine Day, lovely customers!!
And, let me just sing to you that this will serve as your last call for this week’s market ordering!!
We will close out orders at 8am, and see you on Thursday, at this week’s market order pick up!
You continue to shine so much love on this market, and this makes my heart so very happy!!
Now, go, you still have time to get groovy…