Healthy Food Hub pilot at E2L in 2014

http://www.healthyfoodhub.org/
http://www.healthyfoodhub.org/

Whether you grow it yourself or you don’t, you can enjoy fresh, local and organic produce! The Black Oaks Center for Sustainable, Renewable Living runs the Healthy Food Hub. Customers can order ahead online, or show up and browse the offerings from local farmers and purveyors of value-added food. Becoming a member of the Healthy Food Hub (for an easy $25 per year) helps to support each week’s market day. Continue reading Healthy Food Hub pilot at E2L in 2014

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High five to 2014 Garden season!

2014GardenSeason CollageHere’s to a fantastic season in the Garden — what a blast!!!
We made new friends, learned to grow and prepare new foods, observed new insects — and the list goes on. I even learned that mustard seeds used to make mustard for my hotdogs come from the same plant that grows mustard greens! That was an “Aha” moment for me. Continue reading High five to 2014 Garden season!