Local veggies, fresh bread, cheese… Meet you at the market at Russell’s Garden Center on Saturday, February 4th!
The Wayland Winter Farmers’ Market runs on Saturdays from January 7 to March 11. 50+ vendors attend each week. Special Events Days include two Farm Fiber Days (Jan. 28 & March 4), Massachusetts Farm Wineries Day (Feb.11) and New England Cheese Day (Feb. 25). Enjoy breakfast/lunch in a plant-filled greeenhouse while shopping for local food. Authors, workshops and cooking and fiber spinning demonstrations, too.
On Saturday, January 28th, 1 – 2 pm, Transition Framingham hosts A Taste of Compassion for the New Year, a vegan potluck. With the growing awareness of the value of plant-based eating, perhaps your new year’s resolution will include changes … read more
A bunch of us will be going to the NOFA Winter Conference on Saturday, January 14, in Worcester. This is a whole day of more than 70 popular workshops and experts from the field on organic farming, gardening, landscaping, homesteading, … read more
(To read the older posts in this blog, click here.) All the folks in my household enjoyed the Omnivore’s Delight Challenge. Turns out we didn’t have to change our eating habits much – only our shopping habits. Still it was … read more
(To read the older posts in this blog, click here.) Wednesdays are Wayland Summer Farmers Market days and feast days for local locavores. I am a frequent visitor at the market and I always make it a point to buy … read more
(To read the older posts in this blog, click here.) Due to other commitments I’m a bit behind. We did eat on Day 5 and 6, though, and most of it was locally grown. As we had had so much … read more
(To read the older posts in this blog, click here.) So far our Omnivore’s Delight hasn’t made much of a difference in the pocket book. The veggies from the garden are practically free, those from our Siena Farms year-round CSA … read more
(To read the older posts in this blog, click here.) Mostly photographs today, but the topic is super relevant: gardening, orcharding, beekeeping, harvesting, cooking and preserving of local food in community. From the archives. I hope you’ll be inspired! read more