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Rooted Here Photo Contest!
What are you making with your Market order?
Is it food, is it art, or is it both?

We’d love to see what you create and give you a chance to win a market gift certificate.

Please submit your picture and a brief explanation (if needed) to the Rooted Here Board between now and October 11th. We’ll display your picture on our website. After all submissions have been collected, we’ll let you vote on your favorites. The winner will receive a $25 gift certificate to the South Cumberland Farmer’s Market.

Chiles Rellenos

(Jess' favorite way to use Poblanos)

Local Food Links

Leslie's Food Justice Blog - Local farmer and novelist, Leslie Lytle, explores the costs and benefits of buying local foods and considers why local food is economically unattainable for many of the people who could benefit from it most.

Solace Farm Homestead Blog - The Rae family added straw bale walls to their new house addition this week!

Other Partner Links:
Harvested Here', Local Table, Tastebuds

Market News

We have a new grower on the market this week: Zagone Family Farm in Altamont. They have some wonderful  chrysanthemums! Check them out and get some while they last!

Lynn Blankenship from Dayspring Farm reports that she has added newly harvested raw unfiltered wildflower honey to the market. They have 3 sizes available:  ½ & 1lb decorative Muth Jars sealed with corks (makes a great gift) and 12 ounce skep jars.

It's a cheese week this week! Sequatchie Cove cheeses will be available once again. 

Click here to sign in and place your order. (between Saturday at 5 pm and Monday at 10 am).

Questions about the market? Click here to learn more or email the market managers.

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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