(image courtesy of great local magazine Fresh Dirt Ithaca)
Chaw Chang, Lucy Garrison-Clauson, Greta, Ezra, and baby Rhoda farm just 100 yards from Regional Access 4.5 miles outside of Ithaca, NY. They grow a wide range of vegetables, including lettuce, cooking greens, summer and winter squash, heirloom tomatoes, beets and spinach. Their produce can also be found at the Ithaca Farmers Market, Greenstar, Wegmans, at local restaurants and on the Seneca & Cayuga Wine Trail.
Produce supplies are limited and are sold on a first come first served basis. You can ask to receive weekly emails detailing that weeks offerings. Our farming partners all practice sustainable, chemical-free agriculture; some are certified organic.
For more information about fresh produce, contact Mark Baumann via email.
This is what Stick and Stone has this week! Order by emailing email@example.com by 5pm on 07/11/14.
|Kale, Curly Green
And get 15% off their original macaroons and new Super Cereal all month from Regional Access!
Come See Us at Booth #4731
It is our second Fancy Food Show! We are very excited. We are in the downstairs, main hall in the New York State Pavilion this year with a fancier set-up and some new products! Come by and try our new macaroon flavor, our mini macaroons and our brand new line of Super Cereals. Hope to see you there. Thank you, as always, for your amazing support!
Ian and Samantha
Have you tried their new macaroon Minis? They come in larger bag for a weeks worth of snacking delight. Higher dollar ring for you, and a lower per unit cost to your customers. Ask for a sample today!
We got a note from the Watershed Agricultural Council this morning reminding us of a great way to celebrate the 4th by experiencing one of the things that made America great: local agriculture and family farms!
I wanted to send a quick note to let you know about an upcoming event, a one day tour of farmstead creameries in the Catskills, the Milky Way Tour. Details below and attached! Please spread the word to any appropriate beginning farmer networks, community groups and/or farm fresh dairy lovers.
Date: Friday, July 4th
Time: Noon- 5 PM
More Info: http://www.catskillsfamilycreameries.com/
Happy summer to all!
We hope our customers have had a chance to stock and try the heirloom corn from the Iroquois White Corn Project in Ganondagan, NY. Check out the full recipe after the jump!
I wanted to share this wonderful new granola bar recipe with you.
Our project manager, Kim Morf worked with a chef in Canada coming up with new recipes for the white corn. The granola bar recipe is delicious. She made them two ways. One with goji berries and the other with chocolate chips and peanut butter. It’s super easy to make and a great snack for summer, outdoor activities.
Meg Joseph, Executive Director
Friends of Ganondagan