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Nov 10th

Winter Season CSA Shares!

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Sign up now! Winter Share CSA Contract – from Blue Sky Farms Paper contracts are available at the store. Pay securely online. Credit card fees will apply. If you are low income, we will work with you. Contact us and see how. November 10, 2018

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Nov 18th

Whipstone Still Producing Beautiful Veggies!

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Weekly shares for only $30. We continue to work with Whipstone Farm on a week by week basis, we have purchased 75 shares and you can come in on a first come first serve basis, pay $30 and pick up a share. This week’s share has a retail value of $35. What a deal! Pick […]

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Feb 15th

FLOWERS from Whipstone! Open until 6 today.

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We’ve got naval oranges, ruby red grapefruit; baby carrots; joi choi; Swiss chard; kale; red and gold onions; red, purple, and gold potatoes; spring onions; broccoli baby and heads; lettuce; cabbage, apples. Check out the full freezer of beef, chicken, tamales and more! Lots of eggs to be had!

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Dec 7th

Recipes! Find us on Pinterest.

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We have a bunch of delicious recipes to share. All the recipes from our weekly newsletter can also be found here. Try out a new meal. Roasted Yellow Beets and Carrots with Sage (pictured)  Check out our Pinterest boards. Not on Pinterest? Check out our Recipe Exchange blog site.

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Jul 28th

Vendor Highlight: Ramona Farms

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This excerpt is taken from the wonderful Ramona Farms website: Ramona writes, “My father, Francisco ‘Chiigo’ Smith, an O’dham farmer, grew many traditional crops on my mother Margaret’s ten acre allotment located near Sacaton, on the Gila River Indian Reservation in Arizona. My mother was an herbalist and traditional healer. My father grew corn, chiles, tepary beans, […]

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