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Celebrating Our Community Garden and Local Farmers!

It’s National Garden Month! In observation of this monthly recognition we would like to highlight our Community Garden and our partnership with local farmers. The White River Community Garden aims to be a nurturing place for individuals and families regardless of age, race, class, gender, and ability. It is a place where the community can grow […]

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April Cave to Co-op and Farm Focus Cheese

This month’s Cave to Co-op cheese is a delightful sheep cheese, Simply Sheep from Nettle Meadow Farm, with a rich but smooth flavor. This cheese tastes great on it’s own but also pairs well with a variety of other food items.  Nettle Meadow Farm is a local food supplier located in New York that raises goats, sheep, and […]

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April Harvest of the Month: Carrots

Carrots It’s April and that means CARROTS! Did you know carrots are rich in vitamin A and can supply over 100% of the recommended daily value in just one serving?! They also contain vitamin B6, vitamin K, and modest amounts of other essential nutrients. See the Harvest of the Month website for more fun facts […]

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Flavors of the Valley

Sunday, April 10! 11am to 3pm Your favorite Co-op will be tabling at Flavors of the Valley again this year. Stop by and talk to us about all things co-op and community. We’ll have some tasty local treats for you to try and our programming schedule. Plus we’ll be giving out a coupon for 5% […]

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Call for Haiku Submissions

Everyone loves haiku. Simple, poignant, quick and easy to swallow. We are looking for your “Ode to Farmers” to kick off our 40 Days of Celebration, leading up to our Anniversary Picnic on June 25th. We want your thoughts on those that grow and all things field, flora and fauna. Submit your entries by May […]

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April Sew-op Events

Sew-op: To serve as an educational hub for community members of all ages to learn fiber crafts, donate and repurpose gently used materials, and empower people through skill building. Registration is required for all classes. Sew-op Open Hours is the only exclusion to registration. Cost: $20 fee for members, $25 non-members, $30 parent/child or sibling […]

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April Events at the Co-op

In-store Events First Friday April 1st, 4 to 6pm Kick off your First Friday with us! Guest musicians will be Matt Cardillo and later on Chris Jacobson. Judi will be here with special “mock” food samples for our April Fools First Friday. We will be offering samples of some cheese pairings. Don’t forget to enter our […]

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Harvest of the Month: Beets & Rutabagas

  It’s March! We are at the end of our root cellar coffers. This is the time of year when we get creative with those last roots and anxiously await the spring greens that will bring us much needed fresh nutrients. In the meantime or in addition to our home sprouting operations we can turn […]

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Latest Products at the Co-op

Every month we get a wide selection of new products. Have a look at some of these new items for the month of March: We now carry a new organic and gluten free breakfast item called Qia cereal mix. Qia mix is made with Chia seeds, buckwheat groats, hemp seeds, cranberries, and almonds. This high protein and […]

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