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.
Stones River Market: The Market is Back Open Today - New Items This Week Include a Vegan Soup
The Market is back open this morning to a wide variety of products this week.
Some items of interest:
- Farmer Brown has posted a Cobb Salad with Chicken as their “Salad of the Week”
- Flying S Farms has added a couple of new breads – wheat tomato basil bruchetta and wheat flax, seeds, fruit and sweet spices sour dough. They have also updated their soup offerings to include one suitable for vegans.
- Hidden Blessings added several varieties of bath salts this week.
Browse the Market to see what other items are offered this week.
Thank you for your orders last week.
See the complete list of products at http://stonesriver.locallygrown.net/
Green Fork Farmers Market: Weekly Product List
Dear Green Fork Farmers Market Customers,
We are very happy to continue bringing you high quality, local, naturally grown and handmade products throughout the winter. This week we have greens, turnips, eggs, honey, bath and beauty products, olives, chicken, beef, pork, and microgreens. Blue Pony Bakery is offering 2 new scrumptious snack bars—Fruit and Nut Granola Bars and Pecan Pie Bliss Bars, both made with delicious, nutritious, organic ingredients.
Greens and eggs have slowed down a little in the low light of winter. Best to preorder and reserve what you want so you know it will be waiting for you when you arrive at the market. We also have some items available for sale on our tables at the market, so if you don’t have a chance to place an order, come on by and shop.
We’ll be at the market on Wednesday from 4-7 pm in the Breezeway at Nightbird Books on Dickson Street. See you there!
Green Fork Farmers Market
South Cumberland Farmer's Market: Time to order local food!
I’m sorry to be running late. The days are getting longer and the little extra light fooled me into thinking it was much earlier! The market is now open.
No time for a newsy email this week – please click here to order.
Stone County, AR: Stone County Locally Grown Online News
Happy New Year, Everyone!
First, we’re writing to thank you for your support during our first months of operation In 2012. You hung in there with us as we all learned how to sell and shop online for local produce and other offerings from local vendors.
We look forward to kicking this season off with plants for your Spring plantings and more produce and offerings that will follow soon thereafter. We’re proud that you’ve joined us in supporting our local growers and our own health and well-being. We’ve taken important first steps in making Stone County a more sustainable community.
The next reason we’re writing is to say we’re going to extend our “break” and keep the Market closed until Sunday, February 10th. This will give us time to close our 2012 season and prepare for 2013.
We look forward to serving you!
Tampa Bay : Buy Online Now Till Monday night! New items!
Birdhouse Buying Club of Tampa Bay
Providing Tampa Bay citizens a democratically-managed source of local, healthy, fresh food
Thank you for supporting our efforts to bring you the healthiest, freshest, and most delicious locally-produced foods possible.
Statesboro Market2Go: The Market is Open!!
SPICY SALMON WITH BOK CHOY AND RICE
Cook 1 cup long grain white rice. Combine 2 tbsp. honey, 1 tbsp. soy sauce, and 1/4 tsp. crushed red pepper. On a foil lined rimmed baking sheet, broil salmon filet until opaque, about 8-10 min. basting with the honey mixture during the last 3 min. Steam 1 lb. bok choy cut into pieces, until tender, 8-10 min. Serve bok choy with salmon and rice.
Local Farms First: Cold? Heat Up With Jalapenos!
Greetings local food lovers!
Spice things up with Ellen’s Pickled Jalapenos!
Plop one into a Bloody Mary, dice it up into cornbread or mince to add some zest to a potato or pasta salad.
Thanks for supporting local family farms!
LocalFarmsFirst.org – a 501c3 non-profit
click here to start shopping on the website:
Augusta Locally Grown: THE MARKET IS OPEN AT AUGUSTA LOCALLY GROWN
HARD EARTH FARM NEEDS HELP THIS SUNDAY AFTERNOON!
Hard Earth Farm of Modoc, SC, is putting up a hoop house this weekend and they could use some helping hands this Sunday at 2pm. Please call Farmer Pam to sign up and get directions: 706-836-6924. Or email her at email@example.com.
CROP MOB AT EAST GEORGIA PRODUCE: MARCH 9
Augusta Locally Grown has joined efforts with Crob Mob Georgia to start “Crob Mob Augusta!” Our first work-on-a-farm volunteer event will be at East Georgia Produce on Sat, March 9. It’ll be a full day of planting and then a shared farm meal. The only cost is your sweat and time. To sign up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
EVANS TOWNE FARMERS MARKET: STARTING IN MARCH 2013
Now accepting early-rate registrations from farmers, gardens, artisans and sponsors. Check out our website at www.evanstownefarmersmarket.com. And please help us spread the word!
See y’all at the market on Tuesday!
South Cumberland Farmer's Market: CFM Annual Meeting January 29th
The Cumberland Farmer’s Market will have its annual meeting on January 29th at 2 pm at the Sewanee Community Center. All are welcome. An agenda will be posted on this weblog ( http://sewanee.locallygrown.net/weblog ) prior to the meeting.
ALFN Local Food Club: Grower's Potluck Donations
Good Morning Friends and Family,
For those of you potlucking with us on the 19th, donations will be available tomorrow for your potluck dish. Just ask your market manager or volunteers about what is available. Honor code here, folks. Please use your donated food for the potluck. We are an enlightened people, after all. The days of our Viking ancestors are long gone.
We ought to have a lovely variety of donations: ground beef, eggs, turnips, peppers, radishes, chicken, spare ribs. Whoa boy. Yet another reason to come to our potluck (RSVP here)!