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.
Conway, AR: Tuesday Reminder
Dear Conway Locally Grown Community,
This is a reminder that the market closes tonight. There’s still time to place orders and if you forgot something Sunday or Monday, just place another order.
ALFN Local Food Club: Weblog Entry
It’s the peak of planting season. With only a few hours left to order from the market, are you sure you have enough heritage, native and GMO free starts to keep your garden going all year? As you take one last look at the vast selection offered by ABC Nursery and our other fantastic farmers, consider this: Can you ever have too many varieties of tomatoes? Is an over-abundance of herbs a problem or a blessing? Is this the year to garden-outside-the-box and finally commit to the mini-orchard of citrus trees you’ve always secretly wanted?
Speaking of our great growers, don’t miss out on Barnhill Orchard’s farm visit and fish fry!
So much is happening right now, but rest assured our Bake Sale preparations are well under way. Our best bakers are contributing so many different cookies, cakes, brownies and breads you won’t be able to choose. Get there early and you won’t have to!
Don’t you just love the taste of spring?
Farmer At Your Door: Place Your Order Until 7:00 pm Tonight!
Place your order today and have fresh, local food delivered to your door! The parsnips from Plymouth Rock Farm are sweet as candy! Order until 7:00 pm tonight, delivery is on Thursdays. Your support of local food not only benefits your health, but also your community.
Fisher's Produce Tulsa: Ordering open
Sorry for getting this out a day late. We will leave ordering open until noon on Tuesday.
This week’s csa share will likely include two pounds of asparagus, spring salad mix, kale, a head of leaf lettuce, Easter egg radishes, and a green onion or two.
I hope you all like salad alot. Don’t worry, it won’t last forever. Soon we will have beets, carrots, cabbage, onions, potatatoes, and the like.
See you on Wednesday.
Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: Just a reminder -
The market will be open for one more day, until 9 pm Tuesday. Be sure to place your order for our fresh and fabulous offerings from our loyal local vendors.
Statesboro Market2Go: DON'T FORGET TO ORDER BY MIDNIGHT TOMORROW!
Don’t forget to place your order this week. Spinach, carrots, onions, lettuce, tomatoes, arugula, fresh herbs, and so much more! Enjoy healthy eating and support local farmers!
Swainsboro, GA: MARKET IS OPEN
Sorry for the late opening. The market is now open. The Friday Downtown farmers market on the square in Swainsboro will be closed this week for prom students. If you would like to get items this week, please do so online. Pickup will be back at Crossroads Cafe this week as well
StPete.LocallyGrown.Net: Market Closes Wednesday @ NOON - Geraldson Orders due by 3PM Tuesday
There is still time to shop!
Tullahoma Locally Grown: Laying Hens, Vegetable Seedlings, and Flower Bouquets
Wayne Dillar is selling laying hens this week, and a moveable chicken coop as well! Look for them under the Livestock category. If you have any questions about raising chickens, ask any of our egg producers. I highly recommend Gail Damerow’s book Storeys Guide to Raising Chickens.
Double tree is selling seedlings this week: Pac choi, Broccoli, Cabbage, and Tomato!
Petalland has flower bouquets for sale: a wonderful addition to your office or home.
Deep-Set Farm has a lot of watercress, and Grundy Greens has Bibb lettuce heads for sale.
Skim the categories on the left to check out the soaps and lotions, sprouts, edible flowers, baked goods, meat, etc.
In case you are a new customer or haven’t ordered in a while: you must continue to check out on the upper left of the page to finish your order.
Order before Wednesday at noon. Pick up Thursday 4:15-6.
P.S. Thursday is also the next GitFit! Tullahoma meeting, join us at City Hall 5pm.
CAFE: April turns
For the last 2 market cycles I have been mostly on the road and in the air, and it is good to be back! Of course I mourn the fact that I missed 9 full days of full-throttle Spring, which can never be recaptured. Aside from family and friends one of the things I missed most while I was away were my foods! Spending time in both Boston and LA, two cities I think of as being in the forefront of sustainable ag and local sourcing, no one I talked to knew of a market as well developed as CAFÉ. So, in an effort to make up for my absence I am about to make my third order of this cycle (keep thinking of more yummy things I missed)!
Now I want to begin to prepare you for some new developments at CAFÉ. Soon we will be switching our market webpage to a new software platform. We will no longer be a locallygrown.net. We are confident that you will like the new site better because it will offer more options, better service, feedback opportunities, and more. However, it will be a major change and so there will need to be adjustments made by all. Elian and I are beginning training sessions for the new system and will make the transition as soon as possible, hopefully before our growers reach their full expansion of production for the season. We will be giving you more information about this soon.
As you plan your week, consider the following event if you are free Wednesday after lunchtime:
JoAnn Brewer from the Clemson Cooperative Extension will present a free program on Fruit and Vegetable Gardening in a Small Space at 1 p.m. April 17 at the Village Branch Library, 124 N. Katherine St., Pickens. Call 864-898-5747.
And don’t forget to attend all or part of Thrive: A Conscious Health Experience, this coming Saturday between 10 and 4. See Weekly Updates or this link for more info on Thrive:
Forget to order, or, like me, ordered but forgot something? The CAFÉ Market is open until noon.
Eat well to stay well! Lance