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Russellville Community Market:  Ordering Closes at 10pm!

Russellville Community Market closes at 10 p.m. this evening
– be sure to place your order!

There’s still time to order ingredients to make a hearty soup to keep you warm on these cold nights! Paired with a crusty, locally baked bread – Yum! What could be better?

Pick up is Thursday at All Saints Episcopal Church on Phoenix from 4 – 6:30 p.m.

Russellville Community Market


Miami County Locally Grown:  The Market is Open!

We are OPEN for orders!!

Tonight we welcome back Tin Roof Mobile Food, with their famous Charolais beef!

Also back this week is Simple Living Farm, with their sweet carrots and spinach!

From artisan cheeses and smoked pork to herbal teas and lemon scones, we’ve got something for everyone!!

The Cumming Harvest:  This week on The Cumming Harvest

This Week

Chicken is back! And the newsletter is early!

There have been a few requests for the weekly email to be sent out early in order to give you time to read about and look at the specials before the market opens. So although the market still opens at 10AM every WEDNESDAY, you will begin to receive the newsletter no later than 8AM Wednesday morning.

Please welcome our newest farmer to the market, Back in Time Farm. I’m excited to announce that they will be selling their pastured poultry on the market every other week, starting this week. Check out their current listings— they have plenty of small whole birds, Sweet Italian Chicken Sausage, Boneless Skinless Chicken breasts, Breakfast Sausage, and more. Stock your freezer; they will sell out quickly!

Doug’s Wild Salmon re-stocked the cooler with more 5 lb portions, the ever-popular salmon burger and LOX.

If, like me, you have seen Cultured Tradition’s listing for Jun and wondered what it is, let me tell you: it is similar to Kombucha, but instead of being made with black tea and sugar, Jun is made using green tea and honey, both of which are well known for their health benefits. Cultured Tradition’s Jun is brewed from organic loose leaf green tea and purified water, and raw local Georgia honey.

If you enjoyed the Amish cheese from Meadow Valley farm and would like to order more, please let me know what varieties you would like on Saturday or by sending an email to This time around I’d like to order smaller cuts, less than 1 lb, unless you specify otherwise.

One final note: I’m sure that you have noticed the drop in the availability of vegetables on the market. While the prolonged cold weather is helpful in reducing populations of unwanted pests, it also takes a toll on the veggies, even those grown in hoop houses, and our farmers may take a few weeks off during the coldest part of January and February. This week Heirloom Gardens and Leilani’s have a few vegetables listed, including salad mix, spinach, kale and carrots.


Market Location and Pick Up
Pick Up every Saturday from 10am-12pm.
Located in a small building directly behind The Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit.
724 Pilgrim Mill Road, Cumming, GA 30040
Google Map

To view the harvest today and tomorrow till 8pm, visit “The Market” page on our website, The Cumming Harvest

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!

Champaign, OH:  Angel Of The Morning

Maybe the sun’s light will be dim
And it won’t matter anyhow…
(Juice Newton-Angel Of The Morning)
(Singing the Chrissie Hynde version)

The sun seems like it WILL be a bit dim, this morning, and it is COLD, and so snowy…but don’t let that get your morning down. Put on some tunes, grab a warm beverage, and get to ordering!!

Think how nice it will be to have your grocery shopping, all completed, from the comfort of wherever you are…

You have until tomorrow morning, at 8am!!

Cosmic Pam

Homesteader's Market:  Homesteader's Market for Jan. 15th.

The Homesteader’s Market is open again for ordering. You can place orders for this Saturday’s market up to Thursday evening.

The Market provides a marketing and distribution platform for local, home-based enterprises to offer their food products and other household goods to South Cariboo residents.

Placing orders for pickup at the Saturday market is easy. Once you are signed in, simply select the items and quantities you wish to purchase and drop by the Market between 10:00am and 2:00pm to pick up your order.

Please contact the market manager at or 250-644-1940 if you have any questions about any aspect of this market or the other Cariboo Homesteader services.

6635 StudeBaker - Virtual Farmstand:  The farm stand is closed.

We will re-open for ordering Wednesday evening!

McColloms Market:  January FFFN Order is Now Closed

Pick up will be at my house on Wednesday, January 17th from 4:30-6:30.

Have a good night.



Suwanee Whole Life Co-op:  Chuck, our volunteer is in the hospital

Hi Everyone, just wanted to let you know what’s going on with with one of our members/volunteer/friend Chuck since many of you know and have met him at pick up in Buford over the years. I spoke with him today and he said it was okay for me to share and ask for prayers.

Chuck started having some problems Friday night and Saturday he drove himself to the hospital. They confirmed that he was having a heart attack. He had a heart catheterization yesterday and they put in a stent where he had almost a hundred percent blockage in one artery. He attributes his change in eating habits over the past 3 years to why both are not blocked. He is feeling much better today and the doctor says he’s doing great. I know his positive outlook and faith in God are helping him get through this. He’s in good spirits and want you all to know that he’s gonna miss seeing everyone this week at our first pick up in Suwanee on Wednesday.

Please keep Chuck lifted in your prayers and thoughts for continued healing and speedy recovery!


Green Acres Atkins:  Opening bell

This is the opening bell for Green Acres Atkins on the week of January 15th, 2018!

We hope that you can stay warm during this cold snap. We are working to make sure that you have another week of great produce and products.

We just took 3 pigs to the butcher so soon you will have new cuts of meat available to fill your freezers and create new crock pot meals.

It is crock pot meal month!

So start dreaming of great recipes and place your orders at:

Orders must be placed by noon on Wednesday.

have a great week

Tom and Kami Green

Winnsboro Locally Grown Texas:  Online Market is Open - Shop Warm and Comfy

We have several kinds of salad greens available from the Embry Family and East Texas Aquaponics this week; add a little zip to your salad with fresh arugula.

Turnips, radishes, and sweet potatoes are here too. Check out all the meats we have available including Jersey Girls ground beef.

It’s cold again this week so pick up will be inside the Depot again – West/Main Entrance – Main and Broadway.

Debra Aaron
903.629.3332 (home office land line)
312.307.0114 (iPhone with no service at home office)