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goodeatsandmeats:  Meat Co-op Delivery Date

Hi Everyone!

Our meat order should be arriving next Tuesday, November 20th. Just in time for Thanksgiving!

I will send out another update with specific pick-up times.

Also, if you would like to order fresh baked, homemade pies for your Thanksgiving celebration. Our “Local Bakery” bakers that we used for our winter market last year will happily make them for you.

~Cherry Pies $19.50
~Dutch Apple Pies (streusel topped) $19.50
~Pumpkin Pies $ 17.50
~Famous Local Bakery Coffee Cakes $17.50

Please email me with your pie orders by Thursday, November 15th.



Rural Resources :  Eggs, Casseroles, Honey, & More

Some of the vegetables are taking a break in the garden this week, but we still have Eggs, Casseroles, Honey, and Popcorn. The Honey and Popcorn make excellant Christmas gifts for teachers, co-workers, family members, and friends. Order today and pick up on Thursday between 10:00 AM and 12:00 Noon.

Rural Resources :  Eggs

Some of the vegetables are taking a break this week, but we still have eggs, honey, casseroles, and popcorn. The honey and popcorn make fabulous Christmas gifts!! Order today!!

Champaign, OH:  Last day for sales before Turkey Day!

Good morning! Here is your reminder that today will be the last opportunity to shop with us prior to Thanksgiving as the market will be closed next week. Get your gobble on and order up by 8 o’clock tonight when we will close the market. Happy shopping and know we are thankful for you!

Conway, AR:  Thanksgiving Market and Specials From Cedar Rock Ridge

Wow! Its the last market before Thanksgiving. How time flies. I’m sure most of you have already guessed, we will not be running the market next week. So make sure you stock up this week. We will be back to our normal schedule the last week of November. The market closes tonight at 10pm. Go to to place your order.

From Cedar Rock Ridge:
Just in time for the holiday season, check out our new items.
1. Fresh Horseradish Sauce – $2.50 (4oz)
2. Diced Frozen Turnips – $2.75 (1 pound)
3. Ugly, but awesome, Sweet Potatoes – $8 (10 pounds)
4. Shelled Pecan Halves $11.00 (1 pound)
5. Fresh Boiled Peanuts $4.00 (1 pound)
And don’t forget to send your guests home with their very own Beaverfork Blend ($2.50) and encourage them to seek local food when they get back home. Thank you, and Happy Holidays!

Monroe Farm Market:  Products still available

Hello Friends of the Market,

For those of you who found the eggs to be sold out, we now have eggs listed again. Log on and add a dozen or two so you can have them delivered on Thursday.

The market also has several cuts of meats still available too. Choose from lamb, pork, and beef.

Breads can help to complete and compliment a meal. We have several breads to choose from still available.

Vegetables are growing and our producers still have plenty available. Browse through our market in the comfort of your chair.

The market will be closing at noon today. I hope everyone has a wonderful day.

Tullahoma Locally Grown:  Don't Forget!

Don’t forget about Tuesday evening’s workshop at DW Wilson community center in Tullahoma. Come out and learn why you’re so tired, achy and allergic, and how you can fight back and heal with food.


Seeya there!

Plattsburgh Online Ordering:  Stock up for Thanksgiving - gifts and eats

New this week – kaleidoscope carrots! White, yellow, orange, red, and purple – all tasting really good.

Our brussels sprouts just aren’t ready yet, though they were planted at the right time. Dyer/Shields is out. I will ask around and send a separate email if I find organically grown (or other) brussels sprouts for this week.

The Skinny Baker will not be at market this week, so if you want something order ahead. If we don’t have what you want listed, call her (536-1843).

I didn’t think to call until now to confirm, but as of last market, Woven Meadow had fresh turkeys available. If you want one, call them (293-7487).

Along those lines, Rehoboth Homestead has pork available within a couple weeks and in January or February. A quarter pig would be about 30 lbs of meat in your freezer. If you are interested, get on their list (643-7822). If you want just a few cuts, Asgaard Farm has a large selection available at market.

Need hostess gifts? Jams, salsas, pickles, vinaigrettes, maple syrup, honey, gift certificates.

We had a great (fantastic) market last week, and you were a big part of it – thank you.

Statesboro Market2Go:  Still time to order this week!!

Don’t forget that Market2Go will be closed next week for Thanksgiving…so be sure to order everything you need this week! To help with your Thanksgiving meal, we have casseroles, meats, cornmeal for your cornbread dressing, pies, cakes, and breads (casseroles, pies, cakes and breads can be frozen to keep fresh!). And get your fresh local pecans for your Thanksgiving cooking!
So much to choose from!!
And have a blessed Thanksgiving!

Old99Farm Market:  Food Farms & Family Announcement Nov 30

Old 99 Farm and Permaculture Site

How to contact us:
Our Website: Old 99
On email:

On Thursdays, 4 to 6pm: 1580 Old Hwy 99. From Dundas take Governors Rd west to Binkley, turn left and immediate right onto Old 99, second farm on right.
Or by appointment, please call ahead.

This newsletter contains background on Nicole Foss, coming to Copetown Community Centre, Nov 30, 1 to 5pm.

Food, Farms & Family: Building resilience within Limits

Copetown Community Centre, Nov 30 1 to 5pm.

Nicole is a Canadian with a science and legal education who is travelling the globe (15 countries so far) to engage people in the drivers of change in our time. We have the great good fortune that she is passing through our area and has agreed to speak on Food, Farms and Family: Building resilience within Limits.

Most of her work consists of speaking to community groups, and latterly municipalities as well. She has done hundreds of lectures worldwide over the last three years, including media appearances (five Max Keiser TV interviews, many radio interviews on Financial Sense Newshour, national radio in Australia and New Zealand, national TV in Sweden, many local radio shows and many newspaper interviews).

“I worry a lot about food production in the future. We’ve built a farming system with critical dependencies on things that won’t be there, at least to anything like the same extent, in the future. I also worry about the health timebomb we’ve created in the era of industrial food production, as it will be harder to deal with chronic health issues in an economic depression.”

“What I typically do is to integrate various subsystems into a bigger picture, so that people grasp what limits to growth really means, and I explain about different timeframes. Almost no one talks about the bigger picture, so people struggle to integrate information in context. I help them to do that, so they can identify critical vulnerabilities and prepare for challenging times.”

“I always address money and energy. Energy is foundational, and financial crisis has the shortest timeframe of all. Ontario is a financial disaster area in waiting. We’re seeing the beginnings of dealing with that in the dispute with the teachers. If people don’t understand financial crisis, then they risk losing all their freedom of action at the first hurdle and then have no capacity left to deal with other challenges. People need to know about finance because finance is the operating system, and it is about to crash. If people are not careful they will end up watching unprepared as all the assumptions they have built their lives on are invalidated. They need to know about energy, especially in Ontario. It’s all about helping people to prioritize scarce resources (physical, financial and time) in a changing social/psychological context – the psychology of contraction.”

Nicole will discuss food, agribusiness, landbanking, strip-mining soil fertility etc. Food & Farming is certainly a critical system. “I do typically emphasize the tendency towards centralization and increasing scale, and why I think it’s so important to decentralize and restore local control.”

So dear subscriber, if you have read this far, please go ahead and sign up for a very important event that will shed light on the near future that your family is facing.