Thank you to everyone who came out yesterday for the Art Day! What a great success and great opportunity to reach out to new members and seminole heights foodies. Some really great art was produced – pictures to come soon!
We only have 6 more boxes available this week and dozens of items available.. and there will be some extra produce at the co-op available for purchase wed-friday.
Get your holiday pumpkins at the co-op this week too – We still have some Calabaza Pumpkins 2lbs – 7lbs.
This weeks all local seasonal box pick:
Yard Long Beans
We are grateful to all the members and customers – make sure you buy your membership today to avoid being charged more for your purchase!
Get the specials along with reduced costs to all the cool events coming up this Fall! Remember the first 100 get 1/2 off lifetime membership when that is established. We only have @ ’pre’memberships 60 left!
1. All Orders placed bewteen Monday morning & Tuesday night by 11pm
2. Pick up Wednesday between 2pm & 7pm at the new co-op
If we don’t have enough product that week to fill your order, we will put you down for the following week
If you have questions, please contact Ryan @ BHbuyingclub@gmail.com
Check out one of our new farms – *Crones Cradle
Crones Cradle Conserve is a 756 acre, privately-owned, ecological preserve and education center located in Marion County, thirty-five miles southeast of Gainesville, an area of increasing sprawl and development. Sustainability is the underlying theme of all the Conserve’s endeavors. The Conserve seeks to retain as much as possible the existing flora and fauna in its natural state within Conserve boundaries. Less than 100 acres are being used for human purposes. The ultimate priority of the Conserve is protecting and appreciating the earth before carrying out any of its “people-related” ventures. This approach is the only way to achieve sustainability for farming, for the local community and for the planet, emphasizes Jeri Baldwin, co-founder with Deborah Light of Sag Harbor, New York of the Conserve
We are starting to ramp up business as the growing season slowly picks up from the wet summer and fall that delayed planting for farmers.
So keep your eyes peeled for new items popping up on the website!
We are all right now volunteering for the buying club – no one is on salary currently and everyone is pulling together to make purchases because of the desire to build a food system we can trust and because of a common belief that healthy food is right!
So if you have time and or professional skills, ideas, please don’t hesitate to join in.
Just email a resume and interest to BHbuyingclub@gmail.com
Come out and check out the new space across the street from Ella’s Folk Art Cafe!