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Thursday, March 14, 2019

News from the SVGM

Indoor market hours 2-5pm
Hello everyone~

With the first day of Spring less than a week away, the current thawing of Winter's remaining snow and ice is a hopeful sign that greener, warmer days do lie ahead. This last week of Winter looks like it will be a mild one, as does the first week of Spring. I'm sure the precipitous cold isn't done with us yet, but this end-of-Winter respite feels so welcome....

It's always hard to wait out this last month, as the weather can be at its most capricious as we make our way through April. But our indoor market vendors are here to help you stay patient and well-nourished with their best local foods until the growing and the greening fully kicks back in. Visit us Fridays from 2pm to 5pm, right through the end of April, in our friendly, sheltered, heated indoor space. We're but a week away from the Vernal Equinox when the days become longer than the nights: hang in there, and stay safe~~~
Warmth and blessings from us all for a cozy, healthy end-of-Winter!
This week at market:
Stone Meadow Farm: 

Artisan cheeses; grass-fed beef, veal
Cow-a-Hen Farm:
Beef, Pork and Poultry
Beaver Run Farms:
Pork, specialty cuts and products
Orchard Breeze Farm:
Lettuce, spinach, apples, turnips, apple butter and jams, fresh eggs, homemade breads and rolls

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"Momma cat guarding the day old guineas and chickens. No mouse or rat survives an incursion into her territory. In return for her service, she gets to sleep on top of the warm brooder box.
And receives all of the cat food that she can eat."

 On Cow-a-Hen Farm