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American Heritage Family Farm: November
Happy Fall to All!! The refreshing weather is certainly welcome – now if we could only get some rain.
Our supply of grassfed meats are low – no grass = no grassfed meats unfortunately. Our beef supply is completely depleted and has been for some time. We had to sell of most of the herd as there is no winter wheat pasture or reasonably priced hay to tide them over winter due to the drought conditions. Consequently we are not even taking advance orders at this time as we are unsure when we may be able to build the herd back up.
We have a few lamb kabobs left and the poultry supply is adequate for the time being. We will not be raising more poultry this fall as GMO FREE feed prices have rocketed up 45% and our pastures are depleted of green growing things. We do have a fair supply in storage at this time – but when they are gone they are gone! We will make a decision come spring whether/when we will start poultry production back up – depends on feed prices and that depends on rain.
We have put the garden beds to rest for the winter and Gary and I have returned to more off farm work for the time being.
We have suspended ordering on the site due to a lack of available products at this time. We do invite everyone to call or e-mail if there is anything we can help them with in the meantime.
Please pray for rain – and hope to resume supplying great healthy local foods come spring – Gary and Tera
Republican Valley Produce: RVP-Market is Open
The market is open. If you don’t want to wait until Wednesday, you can come down and pick up produce on Saturday at Pottorf Hall in Manhattan from 8 til 12. It will be the first Winter Market.
Remember, we are back to our regular schedule. Clay Center delivery on Tuesday Evening, and Wednesday delivery to Manhattan, please note the change in Location for the Manhattan drop off. We will handle the pick up at CiCo park where the Wednesday night market is located.
Orders are due by 5pm on Sunday.
Local Farms First: The Greens
Greetings local food lovers!
The Market is Open! It isn’t easy eating green when winter comes around.
Get your greens in while you can – we still have:
-“Salad Mixes”: http://cb.locallygrown.net/market/index/20824 from the Living Farm in Gourmet, Sweet, Spicy & Tender Lettuce Varieties
-Mustard greens from Thistle Whistle Farm
-Swiss Chard from Rain Crow & Pearl of the Well Farms
Also, we will be closed the week of Thanksgiving (11/21 delivery) so please make sure you order any ingredients the week before!
Thanks for supporting local family farms!
LocalFarmsFirst.org – a 501c3 non-profit
click here to start shopping on the website:
Vista Marketplace: Order now for next Wed pickup
Eat your root veggies and leafy greens! Don’t forget to place your basket orders before Monday @ 6:00 for pickup on Wednesday.
Suwanee Whole Life Co-op: Market is OPEN! Sorry about the delay...
Thank you all for the messages, sorry about that…
The market is now open for ordering!
Augusta Locally Grown: THE AUGUSTA LOCALLY GROWN MARKET IS OPEN
SOUPER KIDS CAFÉ – SAT, NOV 10
Augusta Locally Grown will team up with a slew of community volunteers to create an outdoor, pop-up “Souper Kids Café” for residents of the Lake Olmstead Housing Community in Augusta. This event will engage 30-40 children in the cooking of six big pots of vegetable-based soups to feed 100 people community-style. Volunteers include Chef Charleen Tinley of Culinary Connections, several professionals from the Augusta Dieticians Association, as well as medical students from GHSU and volunteers of the Harrisburg Veggie Truck Initiative. If you’d like to help underwrite the cost of veggies for this project, please make a donation to the Veggie Truck through our on-line market.
POULTRY SWAP & SALE – SAT, NOV 10
Hobby Farmers of the CSRA will sponsor a live Poultry Swap & Sale on Saturday, November 10, from 10am-2pm. The event will be held in the parking lot at Tractor Supply on Bobby Jones Parkway. This is a great opportunity to invest in some backyard poultry, and to learn from others who share your interests. For more information, call David Young at 706-799-1841.
TAILGATING WITH COOKBOOK AUTHOR VIRGINIA WILLIS – SUN, NOV 18
Augusta Locally Grown has signed on as a partner for the Columbia County Library event called “Tailgating with Virginia Willis.” This event will feature the once-local, now-famous cookbook author as she prepares some of her recipes. Augusta Locally Grown will provide all the local ingredients for this educational demonstration. To reserve your space at this free event in Evans, go to http://www.eventbrite.com/org/2607717130.
A-GUSTAVORE WINNER THIS WEEK: MASON
Congratulations to Mason for his picture of an apple pie he made with North Georgia apples. The picture, now featured on our website, shows his girlfriend holding the basket-woven dessert. Mason will get the limited-edition A-GUSTAVORE shirt, but if he’s smart, he’ll give it to his girlfriend. ? To learn how to play the A-GUSTAVORE GAME, visit www.augustalocallygrown.org.
SEE YOU AT THE MARKET ON TUESDAY!
Gwinnett Locally Grown: Market is Open!
Weblog to follow later today!
Shoestring Acres: Last delivery
I will be delivering to houses starting around 4:30pm. See you all then Helen mgr
McColloms Market: November Order is Now Open
The November order is now open until Monday, November 5th at 5 pm. Here’s the link to the site: http://mccollomsmarketsl.locallygrown.net/
Pick up will be at 103 Helen in Saranac Lake on Wed., November 7th from 5 pm to 7 pm.
If you have any issues with the pick up, please call me that day on my cell phone. The number is: 518-418-9236.
Conway, AR: CLG Pick-up today at 4pm. Bring glass jars.
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 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. today at Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church at 925 Mitchell Street in Conway.
Remember to *bring your glass jars *for recycling, and bags for ordered items.
See you this afternoon. Have a great day!