Weekly News & More from the Rooted Here.
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Happy New Year!

Thanks for all that you do for our market.


We wish you all of the best in 2016.

Market News

Darlene Seagroves from Brown's Hollar Creations in Tracy City reminds customers that now that winter has returned they may want to relieve dry skin with Browns Hollar's line of lip balm and lotions - made with only beeswax and essential oils and no preservatives. Darlene also has plenty of eggs, collards, kale, turnip greens and turnips for sale.

Tami Sweeton from White City Produce in Tracy City reminds customers that they have CSA baskets listed on the market for next season. This is a great way to ensure that you'll get fresh vegetables every week, even if you have a tendency to forget to place an order (see example picture in side bar).
We are very excited to welcome back Rainbow Hill Farm from McMinnville. They returns as USDA Certified Organic growers and are pleased to offer only Certified Organic vegetables. They have field grown winter produce ready to pick.  Be sure to check out their broccoli, cabbage, and spinach on the market this week.
Click here to sign in and place your order. (between Saturday at 5 pm and Monday at 10 am).

Rooted Here Board Meeting and Annual Meeting set for January

The Rooted Here Board of Directors will meet on January 12th at 2 pm at the Sewanee Community Center for a regular board meeting.

The Annual Membership Meeting for Rooted Here is scheduled for January 26th at 2 pm at the Sewanee Community Center.

Local Food Links

Solace Farm Homestead Blog - New lambs for the New Year at Solace Farm (see picture at the top of the newsletter).

Barbara Camm with the Get Healthy Book Club in Monteagle has posted a flier on using food grade hydrogen peroxide to wash foods. Click here to learn more.
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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