Thursday, November 27, 2008

One Great Winter Food Co-Op

Happy Thanksgiving!
Just a reminder....People have been talking about the great possibilities of this Winter food Co-Op put together by Edible Garden. This Co-op provides all manner of meats, dairy, mushrooms, and veggies for the cold winter months and has a Thursday Pickup time of 3:00-6:00pm. At Edible Garden in Goochland. The Co-Op started Nov 1st.... but if you are interested you can still contact Molly at for an automatic response e-mail full of information and the registration form. In their e-mail they state that "As this is a first time, grassroots project we will continue to take registrations throughout the season and we will renew memberships in the Spring of 2009 for the Summer Season." There are lots of great farms that have pooled together to provide participants with all the food stuffs they may need for a happy, healthy, and delicious winter season....
Here is the original e-mail that I was sent...
"Celebrating the Simple Pleasures of Food Edible Garden will be offering a Winter-Season Co-Op for our customers to enjoy buying local vegetables, meats and dairy products straight from the farm through a weekly on-line ordering process.
If you are interested in participating in this unique opportunity to fill your pantry throughout the year with the wonderful local ingredients that we enjoy here at Edible Garden : Respond to this E-mail or call us at (804) 784-2011 and ask for a registration package. Call soon, the season begins November 1, 2008. Just a few of the participating farms include: Ault’s Family Farm, Pamplin Blanton Garden , Suffolk Brookview Farm, Manakin-Sabot Creekside Farm, Suffolk Cullipher Farm, Virginia Beach Dave & Dee’s Homegrown Mushrooms, Sedley Evergreen Springs Farm, New Kent Shenandoah Farms, Mount Jackson Shire Farm, Windsor Wild T Bison Farm, Haynesville Whitener Farm, Suffolk "

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