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Living a Community Market

Eat Healthy, Support Local, Love Your Community, Get Your Hands Dirty? We see these terms thrown around often (the first three, at least); we throw these terms around ourselves. We hope we live by them as well. If we live by our mission to improve the supply, demand, and access to healthy, local food, we…
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What We’re Reading: Marco Canora’s “A Good Food Day”

Some people binge-watch TV shows on Netflix, I binge-listen to Heritage Radio Network (http://www.heritageradionetwork.org). I’m especially a big fan of the shows focusing on food, farming, and wine. Recently, I ran across a podcast on HRN featuring Chef Marco Canora. He was touting his new book, A Good Food Day, and his story really stuck with me.…
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FM Week 3 – 4.11.15

We have an exciting weekend planned, including new kids activities, a West African Drumming demonstration, and much more! Activities 8:00 Opening bell 8:00 — 12:00 Community Booth: Hub City Hogfest will be on hand to talk about next week’s big event! 9:00 — 11:00 Kid’s Activities: Sara Harding will be helping kids plant flowers that attract beneficial bugs and pollinators 9:00…
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FM Week 2 – April 4

It’s Easter weekend, and the weather looks Spring-like! Check out the activities and lineup: Activities 8:00 Opening bell 8:00 — 12:00 Cooking Demo/Kid’s Activity: “Kids in the Kitchen” with the Junior League of Spartanburg 8:00 — 12:00 Kid’s Activities: Easter themed crafts 9:00 — 11:00 Music: Walkout Records on the HCFM Stage with Hans Rosser, Holly B, and…
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Opening Day 2015!

We have a great opening market day planned for you this Saturday, March 28. Check out the activities and lineup: Activities 8:00 Opening bell with Spartanburg Mayor Junie White 8:00 — 12:00 Cooking Demo: Gray Wagoner from Chartwells 9:00 — 11:00 Kid’s Activities: Hands on Nature Table — working with plants and soil 9:00 — 11:00 Music: Walkout Records on the…
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More Than Just a Market

It’s a great catchphrase, isn’t it? It’s even better when it truly means something. When we have gone out into the community and tried to explain who we are, and what we do, we inevitably hear “Wow, we didn’t know all the things you do.” We can all relate to the problem: you immerse yourself…
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