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The Cumming Harvest:  The market is OPEN


If you would like to pick up on Wednesday, you may place your orders online now until Monday at 8pm.

Raw Milk from Cedar Rock Dairy will only be available for pick up on Wednesday’s.

Thank you!
Suzanne Geddes
Market Manager

Berea Gardens:  Berea Gardens availability


Here is this week’s availability from Berea Gardens. Next week, weather willing, we will be back in the “greens” business with some fresh lettuce and kale.

Blessings!
Bob and Lynnita

Farmer At Your Door:  Website Address


http://scwisc.locallygrown.net

Farmer At Your Door:  Market Open!


Today’s breakfast was my version of a panini. In the old days we used to call these toasted cheese sandwiches. They’re now fancied up so they have a fancy name. I used Bridget Bakery’s rye bread and big boy tomatoes. I made a concoction of melted butter and olive oil with some garlic. The bread was then slathered in that mixture on the cooking side. I layered sliced tomatoes with a little sea salt, frozen basil (from last year) and mozzarella cheese. I panfried these huge pieces of joy in a cast iron pan. We use cast iron all the time. Some are grandma’s, some are our newer ones. There’s nothing better than these non-stick cast iron beauties of they’re seasoned correctly.

I walked out to the garden with my little Westie dog Rosie and picked a cubanelle and green pepper. We stir fryed those along with Plymouth Rock’s Copra onions and threw in some eggs. I would say that was a great breakfast.

Tonight we’re having Skelly’s sweetcorn and melons. They are another great local business.

It’s time to start thinking about winter; I’m sorry….

What do you want to be able to retrieve out of your basement pantry? I’m going to order basil and freeze a bag. Very easy to do, rinse lightly, pat dry and stick in a freezer container of your choice. No need to unthaw to use, your hand warmth will be enough to make a few leaves pliable. Very good in January on a pizza or in spaghetti.

Oh yes we also had bloody mary’s for brunch. Homemade tomato juice and special seasonings. We then got company and gave them bloody mary’s. They finally just left…..

See ya soon.

Merry

Suwanee Whole Life Co-op:  Reminder- Market closes at 5pm


Just a reminder that the market closes today (Sunday) at 5pm. Goat cheese was listed late so if you ordered first thing on Friday morning and didn’t see it, you can now find it under the Dairy section.

click the link to place your order suwanee.locallygrown.net

Please make sure you get a confirmation email after you order. If you do not receive one immediately after you placed your order, then your items are still in your cart and your order is not complete.

See you on Tuesday!
Nora

Conway, AR:  Opening Bell


Dear Conway Locally Grown Community,

This important message from Sandra at La Lucha Space:

Hello friends and neighbors,
As you may have heard we have been working very hard to get things ready to open a space in Downtown Conway that will serve coffee and feature products from local farmers, artists and crafters. This place will be called The Locals and we need your support to make it happen. There are many ways to participate and together we can create a sustainable platform that makes it easy to support local entrepreneurs and connect with our community. So…what can you do?
Make a donation by following this link
Sign-up for the Meeting of the Minds, an event on Saturday September 21st, to get involved in shaping The Locals experience and programs.
Tell your friends! and if you want to have space to sell your creations or products at The Locals once we open, become a member.
Think Global. Act Local. Thanks so much for you support
Sandra Leyva
Director
sandra@laluchaspace.com
206.890.7460

This important message from Nancy Allen at Faulkner County Library:

The Faulkner County Seed Library (FCSL) is just one of over 100 similar libraries in the U.S., and the first in Arkansas. FCSL is committed to food cultivation for sustainable living. Our goal is to preserve heirloom and open pollinated seed varieties important to maintaining biodiversity and preserving the culture and history of growers in Arkansas.

There is plenty that you, as a producer of local food and a consumer and/or gardener can do to help. First, come visit us, check us out, and take home some seeds to plant and rear so that you can save some seeds too. Then, SAVE YOUR SEEDS! Bring some of your saved seeds back to the seed library so that others can experience the goodness of heirloom and open pollinated seed varieties in their own gardens and at their tables.
This project is the result of collaboration between the Faulkner County Library, CAAH!, and the UCA Anthropology Department.

For more information, call the library at 501-327-7482 or email Nancy@fcl.org, facebook and twitter. Or like us on facebook at Faulkner County Seed Library for more event information.

The market is now open for ordering. Please make sure to hit the checkout button. You will receive a confirmation email once you place your order.

Have a wonderful week,
Gabe Levin

Cumberland, TN:  CSFM Open


The Cumberland Sustainable Farmers Market is now open for this weeks ordering.
Thanks for supporting your local area farmers.

Heirloom Living Market Lilburn:  Friendly Reminder


Greetings All:

No long epistle today! Just a friendly reminder that the Market will close for ordering Tuesday at Noon.

So, since you are relaxing and catching up on emails this Sunday evening, Hop on over to the Market and place your order for pickup
Thursday between 4:30 and 7:00
All Saints Lutheran Church
722 Rockbridge Rd., SW
Lilburn, GA 30047



We still have a few Lamb Chops and a Shoulder Roast left, if you are interested. Contact Maryanne at 404-432-4337 to find out weights and pricing.


To Market, To Market to buy a…


I trust you enjoyed this beautiful weekend! Have a joy-filled week! See you at Market!


Joyful thoughts and Bountiful Blessings!

~Maryanne

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Stone County, AR:  The Market's Open!


Hey, Everyone…

The Market is now open!

Come on in and shop and/or browse!

Heirloom Living Market Lawrenceville :  *Countdown to Closing!*


The Online Market Is Closing in just a FEW HOURS!!!

Be sure to check out the Weekly Specials in the market!



Hello, it is Maryanne again! Just a few quick reminders:


Lamb is available this week, call Maryanne for availability and prices. 404-432-4337.

Peaches are a thing of the past! Watsonia’s crop has all been harvested so we will not have those tasty orbs until next year!

Check out the new Growers, BLUE MOON CREAMERY and FRESHLY MILLED BREADS!

Don’t forget Meat, Milk and Bakery items!

That’s all, folks!

Online Market Hours and Pickup Location are as follows:

Market Opens: Thursday 10:00am
Market Closes: Sunday 5:00pm
Market Pickup: Tuesday 4:30 – 8:30pm

Pickup Location: Crossfit Ozone
519 Hurricane Shoals Rd., Suite I
Lawrenceville, GA 30046

Get those last minute orders in here: Take me to the Market.
If you should have any questions or are in need of directions give me a ring at: (404)245-2236
All the Best,
Leah
….and me