Monthly Archives: November 2009

Updates and the final “regular” Portland market

I’ll be heading down to Portland again this Weds. for the final installment of this season’s Monument Square market, armed with fresh eggs and lots of greens, including tot soi, kale, vitamin green, and possibly spinach.  Then, the market skips … Continue reading

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Back to Portland

I will once again be going down to the Portland Farmers’ Market in Monument Square tomorrow with farm fresh eggs, many carrots, baby kale, chard, tot soi, and vitamin greens.  Hope to see you there!

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Markets, markets, and a word of thanks

I completely neglected to mention here that Sonya worked the new Bridgton indoor holiday market last Saturday.  It’s happening each Saturday morning from 9-1 at the community center behind the Magic Lantern Theater.  Attendance last week was light as folks … Continue reading

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Crunching the numbers

Sonya crunched the season’s numbers this week, and the results are below in an e-mail she sent off today: Hello Members! As we all know (we sound like a broken record, sorry!) it wasn’t the greatest season here at the … Continue reading

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Survey musings

Well, we got 29 end-of-season CSA surveys back, a bit over half of our membership…not bad!  Many thanks to those of you who took the time to answer our questions and provide us with some feedback.  Of those 29, 10 … Continue reading

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To Portland again this week

Once again, I’ll be headed down to the Portland Farmers’ Market in Monument Square on Wednesday (tomorrow), and I’ll be armed with loads of farm-fresh eggs (laid by happy, free-ranging hens who eat only organic feed), plenty of roots (carrots, … Continue reading

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