It’s time for our second-to-last-class of the season. It’s a great time to focus on good eats! This will be special “how to” class with Nancy Gottron of Up Scale Eats. She will be sharing some great recipes for can-it-yourself-pie filling, GF oat bars, blueberry pie filling to freeze, pumpkin blueberry bread, etc. She will also tout the nutritional benefits of blueberries and show how to best freeze a supply!
Are you interested in home grown food but did not have as much yield in your own garden to feed your whole house? My Neighborhood has got an opportunity to become a part of their CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). For $200.00 you can get 10 weeks of produce that was grown in the community garden in Ashtabula! This is a steal and there are only 5 spots left. This weekend is the first box so you have not yet missed anything. This might also make a GREAT gift for someone who struggles with time or money for buying local food.
See the My Neighborhood, Ashtabula Local Food or OSU extension FB pages for more info or click on this form to sign up: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScsNKQW8Z9X4H0V2xmp7AHBvEkiVDET4inkOeA-WKsjMKuj3w/viewform?embedded=true&fbclid=IwAR2tCF59wS-fjG2dALOaGZj_FK0-O7pB1JZcOFJD6whVFUUB002W9bGCDlE
Maybe listen to the podcast below before making your decision….it’s a good reminder to recommit to buying local food!
Missed a class? Last week we had an opportunity to discuss seed saving with John Wright of Red Beet Row. Click here to view all previous classes on Zoom.
The 2020 Local food guide is out. Download from our website here. Local farms, farmers markets and more!
We look forward to seeing you Tuesday, August 11th at 6pm!
Check out our website at AshtabulaLocalFood.org for class videos, presentations, handouts and the Ashtabula Local Food guide.
Join us for week long discussion, photos, Q&A on fb: AshtabulaGrows: an online community garden
Email us at AshtabulaLocalFood@gmail.com