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Iselle, Julio… & Matt

Farmers’ Market News
August 6, 2014 – Vol. 6 Issue 31

Aloha FarmLovers-

Time to batten down the hatches for Iselle and Julio. We are hoping for the best and preparing for the worst, as we are sure you are, too. This week, Hale’iwa Farmers’ Market will be in full swing on Thursday 3-7pm in Waimea Valley. As for our Saturday and Sunday markets, we hoping the storms will fall apart, take a turn and give us all a break. As we get closer, we will let you know via our Facebook Pages (Pearlridge, Kakaako, KailuaTown, Haleiwa) and Twitter (@FarmLovers) if there are cancellations. We seriously hope the farmers can have the opportunity to bring their produce to you… they will pick and be awaiting the cue from Mother Nature. If we are open… please come support these risk-takers!

PLEASE VOTE for Your Favorite Farmers’ Market!

It is that time of year again, When American Farmland Trust asks you “Who do you love!?” We appreciate you casting your votes for Favorite Farmers’ Market for our FarmLovers Markets! They also ask you to state about how much you plan to spend at the market this week… there is no way for them to know whether you went over or under… they just want to get an idea of how much folks spend at the markets.
Click your favorite market below and MAHALO!

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Farming is SEXY!

Farmers’ Market News
July 30, 2014 – Vol. 6 Issue 30

Aloha FarmLovers!

Did you know that we have SIX organic growers at the KailuaTown Farmers’ Market? That makes us very happy! On an island where so many people say it just can’t be done, it IS being done!  With the recent addition of Kozen Farms to the line up, they join Green Rows Farm, Yogarden, Nalolicious, Island Fungi Farms and Just Add Water to bring you fresh locally grown organic goodness! Farmlovers embraces all family farmers, but we truly appreciate the farmers that grow without chemicals because we know the challenges that come with it. Hug an organic farmer today!

FARMING IS SEXY!

Did you see the article written by our own Pamela Boyar in the current issue of Green Magazine Hawaii? Pick one up or scroll through online and learn a little something about farming in Hawaii!

  HAPPY NATIONAL FARMERS’ MARKET WEEK!

Celebrate by sharing your favorite market with a friend this week! Introduce your pals to all your growers, enjoy some great food, listen to some live music and relax in the cafe! Share the love & thanks for your support!

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Mango Chutney, Stewing Chickens, & Spreading the LOVE

Farmers’ Market News
July 23, 2014 – Vol. 6 Issue 29

Aloha FarmLovers!

This Sunday in KailuaTown we have our second in the “Discover You Can: Learn, Make Share” Series, made possible through the support of Jardin (makers of Ball Jars & FoodSaver.) Skya Boudousquie of Ola Loa Wellness will be teaching how to make probiotic-rich, live-fermented Mango Chutney with locally grown mango. He will also make spicy Pickled Pineapple Spears with locally grown Thai chili peppers and pineapple. Customers will learn how to best store their ripe bananas in the freezer using the FoodSaver system. Lots of giveaways and fun for all!

TIN ROOF RANCH CHICKENStin roog new signage

Please call LuAnn at Tin Roof Ranch to order your Stewing Chickens for this week, then pick them up at Haleiwa Farmers’ Market on Thursday. These are organic, pasture-raised, delicious for broth, soup or any type of slow cooking with liquid.  $3.00/lb. (BONUS: The birds listen to classical music all day!) Call 808-778-9065.

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