Thursday, January 17, 2013

Line-up for January 19

This Saturday we will manage without Elissa: she is off to Chicago for a conference or "confluence of food justice advocates, farm workers, activists, people who eat, etc." by the Minnesota-based Institute on Agricultural Trade and Policy (IATP) (She is part of the original Food+Justice=Democracy group.)  Here's the link:  http://iatp.org/blog/201210/moving-ahead-on-food-justice

So, ... Sarah and volunteers look forward to the following vendors:

Cooley Farm- eggs, dried herbs, muffins, cookies

K Noodles - locally made fusilli and fettuccine noodles

Papermoon Designs - hand painted jewelry & metalsmithing

Glass Roots by MaryAnne - fused glass kitchen tools, home and artistic pieces

Mulberry Hill Farm - Spinach, collards

Lick Creek Beef - "100% grass fed and finished" hormone and chemical free beef (may be his last week while reprocessing happens! be sure to stop by for the beef!)

Donald Miller- Sweet potatoes of various sizes and varieties

Darn Hot Peppers- specialty hot peppers, salsas and jellies

Leepy's Gourmet Foods - Preserved/canned foods including jams and all things picked

Gaia House/Gaia Cafe' - Rice and Spice cookbook, ready to drink cocoa and tea

Hippie Child Creations - Tye dyed, hemp and knitwear for kids and adults

Heartland Honey - Honey!

Flyway Family Farm - Oyster Mushrooms, lettuces, Kale and other goodies

Mustard Seed Sower's Farm - Osaka Mustard & Turnip greens, Stevia,  kale, fresh and dried herbs.This farm also accepts Link/SNAP/EBT payment!

Rose Hill Creations - Denim purses, throw quilts, placemats, pocket floor rugs, teddy bears and more

All Seasons Farm - Certified organic herbs, winter greens, carrots Romain lettuces and other seasonal veggies

Betsy Herman - greeting cards and beaded earrings

Rhoda Murray - embroidered aprons and kitchen towels

... and maybe more ...? (waiting to hear back)

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