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Shiitakes and Blue Oyster Mushrooms growing at Fiery Fungi in Pelham.

Market News

Fiery Fungi in Pelham is back on the market and we are thrilled to have them back. Mushrooms will be available again soon starting with shiitake and blue oyster!

KIC Produce in Tullahoma has lots of seedlings started including 3 heirlooms of interest: Australian Brown Onions, African Violet Onions, and a West Virginia Tomato we hope to have ready at the end of MAY! Also, there are just 2 weeks left (but plenty of spots still available) before their early season discount ends on Spring and Summer seasonal CSA memberships.These seasonal options are a great way to negotiate the more expensive full season CSA and it's perfect for someone wanting to try a CSA out for the first time.

Are you looking for an unusual Valentine's Day gift, one that is calorie-free and smells delicious enough to eat? Give a beautiful basket of herb plants from Dogwood Valley Greenhouse in Hillsboro. These plants, each in its own 3 inch diameter pot, can be kept on a sunny windowsill and clipped throughout the winter to add flavor to your Valentine's cooking. Set the herb plants into the garden in spring, where they will thrive and are winter-hardy. Put together your own selection of plants from the listing on this week's market.  The baskets will also be available after Valentine's Day, with an Easter or spring theme.
Click here to sign in and place your order. (between Saturday at 5 pm and Monday at 10 am).
Goat babies have been arriving at Summer Fields. So far two does have kidded and each had triplets!

Local Food Events:

Biodynamic Agriculture walk with Jeff Poppen (the Barefoot Farmer) at Sequatchie Cove Farm on February 13th.

Grundy County Extension in Coalmont has scheduled a Farm Fresh Produce Handing Safety Workshop for February 19, 2016 at the UT Extension Office in Coalmont to begin at 10 a.m.  Topics will include food safety program (general GAPs), writing a food safety plan, and information on outlining the Produce Safety Rule.  Watch for more information. ***For growers who are interested in GAP certification, Risa Brown, former food hub coordinator, put together a handbook on GAP certification on small farms. This is available and can be borrowed from the lending library at the Sewanee Community Center. ***


Barbara Camm from the Get Healthy Book Club in Monteagle, sends this informational flier on Cell Phone Safety.
I just finished reading this novel and I recommend it. The story is set right here and has a familiar feel. The story line and writing style remind me of novels by Barbara Kingsolver. It's available on the market!
The South Cumberland Farmer's Market and the South Cumberland Food Hub are divisions of Rooted Here, located in Sewanee, Tenn., an organization of farmers, artisans, and agricultural producers who work together to facilitate and expand the sale of local products; provide education, services, and support to farmers and consumers; and lay the groundwork for a just, equitable, and sustainable local food economy.

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