Hello Co Op Members!
With Spring trying its hardest to make it to Michigan, we are thinking about some fun additions to our offerings. Many of these items will be available for purchase as "extras" at April's pickup night. Also keep an eye out for more products like these coming for the May shopping cycle.
Mud Lake announces the return to summer pricing for greens… We’ve got LOTS of lettuce, so be sure to get some for a delicious salad. We’ll also have baby Pak Choi again this month as well as stinging nettles (a delicious and nutrition-packed spring treat). We’ve also added our bibb lettuce in a clamshell for a long shelf-life option (in your fridge, of course!).
While you’re ordering some delicious greens, why not add some of our cordials and make a tasty salad dressing?
Connie from Grand ShireFarm says "It's time to think about our summer gardens! During April and May, along with our regular soup mix choices,Grand Shire Farm will have a large variety of organically grown potted herbs and heirloom vegetables in both 4 inch and 6 inch size pots. Feel free to contact Connie at email@example.com and she would be happy to supply you with a list of what will be available. We will also have a nice assortment on pick-up night.
We would also like to welcome our newest producer, Good Sweet Earth, an all-organic soil amendment and fertilizer company, family-owned and operated in Zeeland Township, Michigan. We offer personalized soil care for your yard and garden, lawn fertilization, and a variety of hand-crafted soil amendments and fertilizers for sale. Our mission comes from our family’s own desire to stop putting chemicals into our garden and lawn year after year, and now we want to spread our fertilizer as far and wide as possible. They will be at April pickup with a great variety of amendments for your soil to maximize this your garden yields. Stop by and say hi, check out their composts and ask those gardening questions that are sprouting in your head.
Veronica from Dancing Goat Creamery says "Fresh Chevre is Back!! Traditional, Herb and Fennel Pollen, and Honey Orange!"