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SFM Newsletter September 19th

Greetings all of you lovely beings.  Looks like, what? Rain? For Sunday?  We’ll take it! Join us this Sunday as we celebrate a rare end of summer rain.  Cheers to an early rainy season!  Fingers Crossed!!  Rain or Shine.. those veggies and fruits will not take the day off.  Look for a rainbow of freshly harvested produce picked just for you by our favorite local farmers!!

 

With mask recommendations in place, please be sensitive to those in our community who are taking extra precautions.  If you don’t have a mask, please give them space.

 

On stage this week, please welcome, local favorite EMK playing classic rock and blues guitar.

 

It’s apple season with Bella Ridge back at the market showcasing his amazing organic antique apple varietals and Dean Farms with their delicious apple products.

 

Passionate about gardening?  There are still lots of veggie, herb and native plant starts to get excited about for your fall garden projects.

 

Make sure to grab some veggies for your school lunches!!  This week’s amazing super delicious, nutrient dense, locally produced veggie offerings include sweet corn, sweet and hot peppers,  field cucumbers and heirloom tomatoes, tomatillos not to mention.. lettuces, microgreens, spinach, tot soi, bok choy, mustard greens, kales, collards, swiss chard, napa and other cabbages, salad radishes, turnips, carrots, beets,  leeks, potatoes, mushrooms, broccolis, cauliflowers, green beans, red onions, garlic, summer squashes, eggplants, herbs and so much more…

 

Stone fruit season is coming to an end but, never fear.. antique apple and pear season is here!! Have you ever tried anything as delicious as a Warren Pear.  Enjoy peaches, nectarines, plums and for you berry lovers.. organic strawberries!!  Not to mention.. blackberries, grapes and melons too! And..yes, it’s Date week!!

 

Don’t Forget the Flowers? Special treats from our local food and craft vendors are available in the plaza area.

 

Look for farmer inspired products like organic nut butters, almonds and walnuts.  You will also find meats, cheeses, olive oil, wines, vinegar, dried fruits, olives, honey, herbal teas, jams, hot sauces and pesto, breads, pastries and other homemade treats are just some of what you will find at the market.  The New Crop of Organic Almonds is here!!

 

We really appreciate your continued support.. we are working hard to keep our market strong and our community programs going.  Please consider donating.  Special thanks for the donations that keep coming in through the market’s GoFundMe campaign.  https://gf.me/u/x3svaq

 

Thank you for supporting your local small farmers especially now when they need you most.  The drought and extreme temperatures have had a devastating impact. It’s important that we all do our part to save our most precious resources.. water, farmers and locally produced food.

 

We are incredibly thankful for each and every one of you.

Stay Healthy..Eat Fresh Local Farmers Market Produce!!!

Make Farmers Markets your Healthy Obsession!

 

Carla

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