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Fall Line Farms & Local Roots.
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Mead Making Workshop & House Concert!
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Welcome New Producer!
Village Garden with their
herbal spice blends
Trails End Farm
goats milk soaps, herbal tea,
essential oil blends & elderberry syrup kit
Rain or Shine Greenhouse Gardens
endive, bibb lettuce & watercress
Duck eggs, Thistledowne Farm
More sausage varieties, Tuckahoe Lamb & Cattle
Black bean & brown rice burgers, Truly Scrumptious
Garden plants! Thistledowne Farm
Forrest Green Farm:
Romaine, Arugula, Lettuce Mix,
Spinach & Swiss Chard
Spinach, Salad Mix
Microgreens & Shoots
Edamame, Collards & Kale
Sirloin roasts & chops
Boston Butts & Picnic Roasts
5 sausage flavors
Bone In Ham Roast
Pig feet & more
Avery's Branch Farms:
Ground Pork & Sausage
Coffee House Soy Candle, Three Hens Candle Co
Anxiety Relieft Bath Soak, Forrest Green Farm
Lavender Wreaths, Tuckahoe Plantation Flowers
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Fall Line Farms
Local Roots Food Co-Op
Mead Making Workshop & House Concert
April 2, 2017
Workshop: 12-1:30 PM
Concert: 2 sets starting at 2pm
Suggested donation $25
Proceeds benefit the Center for Rural Culture
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The mead making workshop will be lead by Beekeeper, Ben McKean, of Healthberry Farm. Ben believes in the importance of working with nature to produce the finest products possible. His varietal honeys are raw and come to you straight from the hive, without pasteurization or processing. Details.
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Also: our Beekeeping Class is coming up March 11: Beekeeping Workshop
About Fall Line Farms and Local Roots
Through the Center for Rural Culture's Fall Line Farms and Local Roots you have access to 45+ local producers and enjoy the flexibility of shopping from home. There are no minimum orders and you can order as often as you like. Our farmers share with you details about their products and their practices so you can make the best decisions for your family's health and nutrition needs. Completely transparent, you will know exactly where your food is coming from and are encouraged to contact your favorite farmers directly with questions.
With one order, one payment and one pick up, you can order food directly from over 40 different family owned and operated farms and small businesses right here in our area.