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.
Vista Marketplace: ONLINE FARMERS MARKET
Order now for delivery mid-week or pickup on Saturday at 701 Whaley. Several vendors will be at Saturday markets. Please write a note in comment section about when you need your order!
Not many produce entries on website, so you may want to order a basket and some add-ons like eggs, pork, milk, greens, fruit, etc.Thanks, Liz
Cedar Grove Farm: Cedar Grove Farm CSA Availabilty for January 3
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
Happy New Year. We here at Cedar Grove Farm hope that your holidays have been good for you and that 2013 will be even better than 2012. It’s great to be back to start the new year with some fresh vegetables from the garden. Farmer Sara is still away on a well deserved holiday, so I’m back with the first harvest of 2013.
The hoop houses are full of many of your cold weather favorites. Even with the short, rainy days slowing things down we still have some fine choices. Arugula, beets, carrots, lettuces and kale are available as are the still very plentiful and nutritious Beauregard sweet potatoes. One new item to look for are sweet and succulent sugar snap pea shoots. We had hoped to bring in a harvest of sugar snap peas, but the cold weather wiped out the pods. Fortunately, the shoots on the vines are abundant and delicious. Dylan says he has been snacking on these sweet treats every time he is in the hoop house, and he is eager to share the goodness.
Please remember, pickup is at Lindsey’s Culinary Market on Thursday from 3:30 to 6:00PM and payment during the Winter season is expected at delivery unless your balance covers the charge.
The market is open. I hope you find something you like.
Regards, Farmer Jay
Conway, AR: OPening Bell and SSAWG Scholarships
Greetings Conway Locally Grown Community,
I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas, and now it’s time to celebrate the New Year! I hope you’ll find room in your New Year’s resolutions for something related to food. For inspiration, here’s mine: I vow, under penalty of self loathing, to never again visit a drive through restaurant. My reasons for this resolution are as follows: 1) Using my money to support the fast food industry and its industrial agriculture complex undermines everything that my work in the local food movement stands for; 2) Fast food is really unhealthy, and since I’m not a college athlete any more, I can no longer just burn off whatever ridiculously caloric concoctions I stuff in my mouth; 3) Eating while driving is physically dangerous, and on an intellectual level, eating while driving takes all thought and significance out of food – what joy can there be in eating something so commodified, so intentionally mindless, that it can be eaten while operating a motor vehicle? By the way, around 19% of our meals are now consumed in a car (www.cbsnews.com/2100-204_162-1029857.html). So there’s some food for thought. What’s your
This year the CLG Community Fund will provide scholarships to the SSAWG Conference to Tammy Pope of Tammy Sue’s Critters, Sandra Leyva of La Lucha Space and Eddie Stuckey of Kellogg Valley Farms. Here is why Tammy would like to attend the conference.
The reason I want to attend this conference, is that we are at crossroads in our farming adventure. I quit my day job a few months ago, and I am now devoting all of my time to our farm and growing our business. We have a farm of dairy goats. We also have a flock of chickens and several beehives. We are producing goat’s milk bath and beauty products. We also are now making beeswax products to increase our line and diversify. I feel attending this conference will give us invaluable information to grow and better manage our farming practices.
Good Work CLG Community!
The market is now open, go to conway.locallygrown.net/market to place your order. Hit the checkout button when you’re finished, and you will receive a confirmation email once your order has been placed. Thank you so much for your continued support of Conway Locally Grown.
Happy New Year!
Rivervalley.locallygrown: A Reminder
Just wanted to remind you that the market is open for your shopping pleasure.
Hope everyone had a joyous Christmas season and will stay safe over the New Year’s celebration.
Bluebird Hill Berry Farm has listed a new supply of their grass fed (pasture raised) beef.
Jonesborough Locally Grown: Order Now for Jan 2 pick up
Happy New Year -
The ground may be frozen but the JB Online Market still has plenty to offer you. Delicious meats, fresh eggs, home baked breads, jams, cheese – some hardy produce and an array of other
fresh and locally grown and made products.
Cruise the aisles from the comfort of your home, and then come for pick up at the JB Visitor Center between 5:30 and 6 on Wednesday, Jan 2.
Any problems with pick up call Charles at 423-895-4140.
As always, check your order with the invoice before paying, we want to be sure you get what you ordered, and adjustments are easier to make before the point of sale.
See you Wednesday…
The Market Managers
ALFN Local Food Club: Rainbow Carrots and Snowpeas
New Year’s Day! One last chance to get those regrets in before you wipe the slate clean. That’s how life works, right? For those of you who will actually stay up for midnight and beyond, I wish you well.
There are beautiful Rainbow Carrots and Snowpeas from Laughing Stock Farm on our market. Organic and eager for some new year digestion.
And last but not least, a little sharing from Farm Girl in these wintry days of snow:
“We were swamped with over 16 inches out here in Perry Co and have been walking to tend our cattle on leased land several miles away. Here’s a pic of our pigs playing in the snow. Two of our chicken coops were crushed, but no birds injured. Otherwise the damage was limited to downed trees and limbs on our electric fences, which we have mostly cleared now.
And check out this “pic” of their pig, happy in the snow. If this link doesn’t work, check it out on Facebook!
StPete.LocallyGrown.Net: Market NOW Open - Dec. 31, 2012 HAPPY NEW YEAR
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!
Russellville Community Market: Opening Bell
Welcome to another market week and welcome back, hope everyone had a great holiday! We are about to go into the New Year and it has been a great year for the Market.
Happy New Years!
Start the New Year with great food and friends because the MARKET is OPEN!
You can now follow RCM on Facebook! Check out our new page for great info on local foods issues and upcoming events. RCM Facebook
Check out the “Featured Items” section as well as the “What’s New” section at the top of the market page for all the latest products available.
To ensure your order is placed, make sure you click the “Place My Order” button once you have completed your shopping. Remember, you have until 10:00pm Tuesday evening to place your orders.
Happy Shopping! See you on Thursday!
Homegrown Co-op: Only one order this week for Holiday! Order all week for Sat. pickup or delivery!
Stones River Market: The Market is Back Open - the New Year Arrives This Week
I hope everyone enjoyed the holidays last week and has a safe New Year’s Day this week.
The Market is back open and we have several new items added by our producers. Farmer Brown is starting a “Salad of the Week.” This week he has Harvest Fruit salad. Rocky Glade Farm has fresh brussels sprouts, a winter favorite, this week. Wedge Oak Farm has added chicken necks, perfect for gravy.
Flying S Farm is taking the week off but will return next week.
There are also plenty of other products from our other farmers and producers. Be sure to browse the categories and see what they have listed.
Thank you for your orders last week.
See the complete list of products at http://stonesriver.locallygrown.net/