**Updated 1/14/22. Product Availability Varies by Location.**
Temps have gone sub-zero but that hasn’t stopped our local growers! While many of our growers are busy with seed planning for the spring, our winter farmers are still at it. We’re seeing loads of both conventional and organic root veggies, as well as great micro greens to take your salad to the next level.
Next week we hope to offer some living greens from Spring Ledge Farm, so keep your eyes peeled for them!
New or Returning Items
Deep Meadow Farm – Organic Napa Cabbage (Hanover only)
Pete’s Greens – Clean Baby Beets
Items Done for the Season
Edgewater Farm – loose gold potatoes
Root 5 – organic rosemary bunches
Keep Your Eyes Out For
Pete’s Greens—Clean baby potatoes expected in this Saturday
Spring Ledge Farm—Living Greens Micro Mix next week
Complete List of Current Local Floral and Produce
TALKING WELL FARM Post Mills, Vermont
4” Spring Bulb Plants
CHAMPLAIN ORCHARDS Shoreham, Vermont
Ambrosia, Creston, Cortland, Empire, Gala, Jonagold, Keepsake, Macoun,
McIntosh, Mollie’s Delicious, Mutsu/Crispin, Northern Spy, Pink Lady
Spartan, Sweet 16
Pears: Mini Asian, Euro
DUNK'S MUSHROOMS Danville, New Hampshire
Blue Oyster Mushrooms
Lions Mane Mushrooms
Long before "local" was incorporated into the positioning statement of every giant discount megastore, it was a cornerstone to the work of food cooperatives.
Like the organic and green movements, the local movement had an early champion in food co-ops, who for decades have been touting the need to preserve networks of small family farms and independent food producers.