This weblog contains LocallyGrown.net news and the weblog entries from all the markets currently using the system.
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Connie's Cornucopia: A2 Milk & Goat Cheese
An old-fashioned approach to dairy farming, producing delicious creamline milks and artisanal cheeses.
“We are focused on flavor as well as nutrition,” says owner Keith Kelly. "Creamline milk is a very natural form of milk. It is pasteurized, but not homogenized. We feel this leads to the best flavor and most nutritional value, and for this reason our milk has a rich creamline top that we’re proud of. But you’ll need to give it a shake before drinking.”
Run by a group of skilled cheese makers and dairy farmers, the creamery specializes in an innovative approach to dairy production that makes their products easily digestible and also gives them a higher nutritional value.
But it all begins with the cows themselves. If you drive by Rock House Creamery, you’ll likely catch a glimpse of their Jersey-Holstein herd grazing in the pasture. The cows are milked for only 30 minutes per day thanks to modern production conveniences, and spend the rest of their time eating, resting, socializing and drinking plenty of fresh water. The milk they produce goes from the cow to the bottle in 48 hours or less.
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Fayetteville Farmers' Market: ONLINE ORDERS STILL OPEN UNTIL 6 AM WED
If you ordered, we thank you! Remember we offer easy drive by pickup for some of your favorite fresh locally grown and locally made products.
Spring produce and other good things are still available online.
Click here to order:
This message is just a reminder in case you want to order before orders close at 6 am on Wednesday morning. Pickup at the library 4:30-5:30 Thursday. If you know you can’t pick up then, email us at this address as soon as you order and we will work with you on a plan.
Questions? Reply to this email and we will get back to you.
Remember that if you want to order but already know you can’t pick up, there is also a delivery option for Fayetteville addresses. Request it by following the directions on your emailed order confirmation and do that by no later than 9am Thursday. Be sure to send your request to Seeds That Feed (see instructions) since they set up the deliveries.
Siloam Springs, AR: The Online Market is Open!
We are so excited to see you in person this Saturday at the promenade! Come by Saturday between 8am-12pm to see what all of our vendors have been preparing for you. We will also have a cooking demo at 10 am featuring fresh ingredients from our farmers! Online market is still available as well. You can order from now until Thursday at 5pm, with pick up happening at the concession stand next to the promenade on Saturday morning. We look forward to seeing you.
Lathemtown Farm Fresh Market: This Week at the Market
Things are beginning to really take off now in the garden! I’ve got lots of little green tomatoes and the plants are getting crazy – I’m having to prune them back already! We’re getting a small amount of beans in, but not enough for orders yet. Hoping to add those next week, as well as zucchini! A few orders of carrots are available this week. They are also added to our Chopped Salad Bag.
Greens are plentiful now! If you ever need a midweek order of those – just send me a message and I’ll pick for you.
Have a great week!
Farmher Chef Amy
Yalaha, FL: Heading into Summer.
We do still have some lettuce and kale but the end of the cool season crops is fast approaching.
As we head into summer I sometimes get Lax with opening/closing the Market. If That Happens, feel free to message me to see what is available. I sometimes just get Lazy since we have minimal stuff available and get so few orders in the summer anyway. The cool season crops give up but there are sometimes others things that hang on (wild tomatoes) or the microgreens which I can grow most of them year round.
The regular ordering window is now through Thursday 8am for Friday-Sunday pickup. (Or check with me email@example.com or text 407-342-8515 if you might want to pick up sooner or for special arrangements, I’m usually flexible.)
I may still be able to take orders after Thursday Morning but can’t guarantee availability of things as I may have already packed them for the Restaurants.
Ordering window is Monday Afternoon (or when I open it) through Thursday Morning and pick up will be Friday-Sunday by appointment until we expand more, Please indicate when you would like to pick up when you place your order.
Remember to tell me when you want to pick up! (and if I don’t reply to confirm within a day, bump my e-mail or text me 407-342-8515. Though I have cleaned up my e-mail so hopefully I won’t Miss Anyone.)
Sign in to order. https://yalaha.locallygrown.net/market
You have to sign in to see the add to cart button. Then set the number and click the add to cart button on the items you want to buy (it is the little picture right next to the quantity box.) Remember you need to check out before your order will be placed.
Remember to let me know when you want to pick up on Sat or maybe even Friday late afternoon or on Sunday. (If I don’t send you an e-mail confirmation of your order and pick up time, please make sure you checked out and completed your order.)
Fayetteville Farmers' Market: Online Orders NOW OPEN
Online ordering is open! (a little early today)
-Produce this week so far: asparagus (asparagus season ending soon), baby kale, beets, broccolli, carrots, green onions, several kinds of kale, mustard greens, oakleaf lettuce, radishes, spinach, spring mix, sugar snap peas, sweet white turnips. Check back for any late additions.
-EGGS available online this week!!
-Gardening time! Check out the Live Plants category for lots of options from Hatch Farm, dH Farm, Rutherford Farms and Dripping Springs. Vegie and herb plants, strawberry plants, blueberry bushes and more.
OTHER GOOD THINGS AVAILABLE: meats, baked goods, honey, locally made food products, craft items, and other goodies ARE available.
PICKUP TIME THURSDAY May 25 is 4:30-5:30. Note: if you know that you cannot make it by 5:30 pm, but you want to order this week, just reply to this email or text 479-935-5111 and we will work with you on a plan.
Our online market offers some great ideas for gift giving: handcrafted leather goods, locally sewn fabric items, art prints and more!
All of our bakers have GREAT variety right now—including sweet treats, cookies, pastries, breads, granola and other goodies.
Special dietary needs? Check out our vegan products. We speak from personal experience that all of these items are delicious and would please anyone no matter what their dietary needs are.
A UNIQUE GIFT: how about a certificate for local knife sharpening services? Can be redeemed at a local drop off location.
SEARCHING TIP: On large categories such as baked goods or meats click on the category to get a drop down of specific items in that category.
HOW TO CHECK ITEMS FROM A PARTICULAR SELLER? Scroll down on left side until you see “show specific growers”. If all the boxes are checked, you can click on “reverse all” then click the boxes on or off of those sellers you want to see. Then click “show specific growers” again.
BUYING TIP: If you see items that you want but not much available, order and pay and then log back in and continue shopping. Your orders will be combined and you will only be charged once.
DELIVERY OPTION IS AVAILABLE FOR FAYETTEVILLE ZIP CODES BUT MUST BE REQUESTED WHEN YOU ORDER OR NO LATER THAN THURS 9 AM.
SNAP CUSTOMERS ONLY: you may choose pay at pickup and bring your EBT card on Thursday. We will swipe your card and match up to $100 of your order. NOTE: please do not bring tokens or match cards to pickup at the online market.
NOTE: New customers and orders always welcome—no minimum order required, no weekly order required.
1) Sellers sometimes add more products later in the ordering period, so be sure to check back. The product list changes each week, even from the same seller, so it’s worth exploring the categories you are interested in.
2) Multiple orders from you at different times will be automatically combined into one order before pickup and you will only be charged once.
The OUTDOOR parking area at the south end of the new part of the Fayetteville Public Library. Follow the line of cars towards the building and stay in your car in line while we get your order.
Thank you for your continued support of the online market.
Reply to this email if you have questions
Wholesome Harvest Farm WV: Our market is opening for 2023!!
Hi everyone, hope you’ve had a great spring so far!
Our fresh, local, organically grown veggies are ready for YOU to enjoy.
The online market is now open, and as usual, online orders will be picked up at our farm stand. We’ll be at our farm stand spot at 211 North Lewis St. in Glenville on Wednesday (May 24) from 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We’ll also be selling directly from the stand, but online orders will have priority!
We have lots of cucumbers, kale, sugar snap peas, some summer squash, a few purple peppers, and delicious homemade bread (whole wheat and gluten free!).
Looking forward to seeing YOU on Wednesday!!
Connie's Cornucopia: Check Out Our NEW Farm Hopewell Farms Ga.
Their mission is to steward healthy land, to raise healthy animals, to feed a healthy community. They are passionate about using regenerative agriculture practices to improve the health of the land, water, and air both on and around our farm. Their grass fed cattle and pastured chickens rotate around the lush pastures of the farm, while the pigs and turkeys enjoy a mix of forage in both pasture and forest environments.
Check out their items.
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Foothills Market: The Market is Open!
We have two new items on Foothills Market this week that are spring favorites – new potatoes and garden peas! Also, if you are looking for something to put in your own garden, Sheepy Hollow has sweet potato slips.
Shop the market for these and other fresh, local foods. Place your order by 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, and we’ll have it ready for pickup on Thursday.
Eat something fresh this week!
Russellville Community Market: Weblog Entry