Dear Dandelion Spring and Straw Farm Customers,
We’ve been quiet in our public presence during this transition season of darkening light. We’ve been attending conferences, catching up on field work, and focusing on self renewal. It has been good. We are sorry that those of you who missed the last few markets have been questioning where to find our goods.
There are a lot of details in this post. Please follow the headers for the info. you are most interested in.. or read it all.
Where can you pick-up food?
Portland, Deering Oaks farmers’ market, this Saturday 7am-1pm
pre-packed boxes pick-up
At the farm!, Newcastle, Wednesdays 3pm-6pm
Rockland @ Hello Hello, 4pm-6pm, 11.26, 12.10, 12.23
Portland @ Monument Square 7:30am-9am, 11.27
Portland @ Piccolo Restaurant, 10am-3pm, 12.14, 12.21
** you must pre-order for these pick-up’s using the following links **
vegetables and meat
reminder emails will follow
pre-orders are accepted up to 36 hours before delivery
We have a few left. Fresh. delivery to Rockland on Tuesday (11.26) and Portland on Wednesday (11.27). $4.50/lb. We are guessing they are 20lb or heavier birds. Call 380-4199 or email (DandelionSpringFarm@gmail.com) to reserve a bird. We’ll confirm your order.
Farm Pop-up Winter Holiday Celebration
We’ll be in Portland at Piccolo Restaurant (formlerly Bresca) from 10am-3pm onDecember 14th and 21st
we’ll have, yarn, soap, dried flower and fresh woodsy arrangments.
and all of the regular vegetables, meats, and dairy, too!
Ilma, of Piccolo, will be selling her amazing cakes
See you then!
Sign-up now to receive a 15% bonus on Credit Style shares.
Purchase in increments of $100.
great gifts, great for the farmers (who are making large purchases), and an easy way to set-up your food supply for 2014. Help us in reaching our goal of selling 100 of these shares in the next six weeks!
Check out the website for details:
send a check, or purchase via paypal
Call Beth with questions : 207.380.4199, or email: DandelionSpringFarm@gmail.com
(shares will be available for 10% bonuses starting 1.1.14)
As I’ve been typing the outdoor world has transitioned from heavy wind and rain to sun. The onions and leeks we transplanted last week will be happy (and hopefully ready for you first thing in the spring!), and now us farmers have more carrots to dig.
We are thinking of you, and look forward to seeing you at market, or the farm (or both!) very soon! And, we are looking forward to helping stock your holiday with carrots, sausage, yarn, and more!
Under the full moon,