Greetings all of you lovely beings. Looks like, what? Rain? For Sunday? We’ll take it!…
Greetings from EcoFarm the week-long conference with some 1,800 farmers and friends of.
It’s been a blissful week of learning and conversation with old friends and new. It gives all of us hope for the future and the connections and foundation to get there. I am forever inspired and leave the conference more dedicated than ever to supporting our local small farmers and the regenerative food movement. Keep it local. Keep it real!
On stage this week, Brother Spell Binder is back to work their magic with gypsy jazz fusion.
Be prepared to be amazed.. the market is full of fresh vibrant locally grown, nutrient dense vegetables. You will find lettuces, pea shoots, spinach, arugula, kales, chard, collards, mustard greens, radishes, winter squashes, potatoes, carrots, beets, broccolis, cauliflowers, turnips, rutabagas, daikon, sunchokes, mushrooms, onions, leeks, shallots, garlic, herbs and so much more.
Can’t get enough..it’s citrus season!! Stock up on cara cara and navel oranges, tangerines, oro blanco, pomelo and ruby grapefruits. Jewel Dates will return on February 9th.
Make sure to look for farmer inspired products including nuts and nut butters, meats, cheeses, olive oil, wine, herbal teas, hot sauces, breads, pastries and pastas.
In case you were wondering.. Princess Seafood had some unexpected complications and were sad to miss last week’s market. They will be back in the Spring.
It is the last week Green Star will be at the market. We are sad to see Sarah go and wish her all the best as she shifts to a different business model. Ask her about the Green Star meat CSA.
Stay tuned for more information on another meat producer who will be joining the market in February.
April Earth Day Event.. to be announced
May 31st– Health and Wellness Fair
June 7th – All Things Herbal
Looks like sunshine for Sunday!! Bring your dance shoes and get ready to boogie through the market.
In community we are truly blessed.