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FW: [csa-mi] Digest Number 52

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Mon, 24 Apr 2006 15:33:42 -0400

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I am forwarding this email from those who are organizing the 2006 Community Supported Ag conference. They are planning their conference and hope to fill the menu with local and organic foods. If you are interested in this opportunity please read the included newsletter.
http://www.omri.org/index.html 
Hello fellow farmers,

The food committee has been working on a menu to feature our local great food at all meals for the conference so we are requesting veggies and other food items either directly from you or let us know where to find some of this stuff.  

Our wish list includes

  1.. Salad fixings at every meal (5) - greens but also green onions, carrots, peppers, red onions etc. 
  2.. In season veggies like winter squash, onions, garlic, root crops, for soups, side dishes etc. We will finalize the menu to feature what we have. 
  3.. Fruits (fresh, frozen and dried) for snacks and for the breakfast bar
  4.. mushrooms for roll ups and perhaps a soup?  
  5.. Apple Cider by the gallons
  6.. Baked goods for snacks and breakfast bar; muffins. cookies, rolls and pounds of granola
  7.. An organic pig to roast on Saturday night
  8.. Milk, yogurt, butter
Donations/purchases so far include;
 Meadowlark farms with potatoes for the veggie roast on Saturday night  Well's Family Farm has offered to grow 100 cabbage heads for coleslaw.
 Big Belly Farm has offered apples for snacks.
Pond House Farms will donate 100 heads of lettuce.
 And we believe that Les Roggenbuck has offered organic beef from his farm. 

 If you can help us out in any way we would appreciate it. We will acknowledge your farm in the program but also plan to have cards at each table acknowledging all local food at that meal.

Thanks so much for your time and consideration,

Cathy Baker and Jo Meller
your food committee

CSA Conference, November 10-12, 2006 http://www.csafarms.org Five Springs Farm http://www.csafarms.org/fivespringsfarm.asp
The Community Farm newsletter http://www.csafarms.org/csaresources.asp

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Vicki Morrone
Organic Vegetable and Crop Specialist
C.S. Mott Group for Sustainable Food Systems
CARRS Departent of Community, Agriclture, Recreation and Resource Studies
303 Natural Resources Bldg
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1222
Phone: 517-353-3542
Cell: 517-282-3557
FAX 517-353-3834
E-Mail:  [log in to unmask]

Don't forget!A carrot a day may keep the doctor away but an ORGANIC carrot a day, grown locally will taste good, support your farmer neighbor AND may keep the doctor away!!!



-----Original Message-----
From: [log in to unmask] [mailto:[log in to unmask]] 
Sent: Monday, April 24, 2006 6:16 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: [csa-mi] Digest Number 52

There are 2 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Requests from the food committee
           From: "Five Springs Farm" <[log in to unmask]>
      2. Re: Requests from the food committee
           From: "mlutz" <[log in to unmask]>


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   Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2006 10:56:25 -0400
   From: "Five Springs Farm" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Requests from the food committee

Hello fellow farmers,

The food committee has been working on a menu to feature our local great food at all meals for the conference so we are requesting veggies and other food items either directly from you or let us know where to find some of this stuff.  

Our wish list includes

  1.. Salad fixings at every meal (5) - greens but also green onions, carrots, peppers, red onions etc. 
  2.. In season veggies like winter squash, onions, garlic, root crops, for soups, side dishes etc. We will finalize the menu to feature what we have. 
  3.. Fruits (fresh, frozen and dried) for snacks and for the breakfast bar 
  4.. mushrooms for roll ups and perhaps a soup?  
  5.. Apple Cider by the gallons  
  6.. Baked goods for snacks and breakfast bar; muffins. cookies, rolls and pounds of granola 
  7.. An organic pig to roast on Saturday night 
  8.. Milk, yogurt, butter
Donations/purchases so far include;
 Meadowlark farms with potatoes for the veggie roast on Saturday night 
 Well's Family Farm has offered to grow 100 cabbage heads for coleslaw.
 Big Belly Farm has offered apples for snacks.
Pond House Farms will donate 100 heads of lettuce.
 And we believe that Les Roggenbuck has offered organic beef from his farm. 

 If you can help us out in any way we would appreciate it. We will acknowledge your farm in the program but also plan to have cards at each table acknowledging all local food at that meal.

Thanks so much for your time and consideration,

Cathy Baker and Jo Meller 
your food committee

CSA Conference, November 10-12, 2006 http://www.csafarms.org
Five Springs Farm http://www.csafarms.org/fivespringsfarm.asp
The Community Farm newsletter http://www.csafarms.org/csaresources.asp

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Message: 2         
   Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2006 16:02:04 -0400
   From: "mlutz" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Requests from the food committee

Hi,

It's Michelle Lutz here from Maple Creek, we would be able to help with all vegetables and greens you would need (although not the mushrooms). If we can discuss quanity any time in the next month or two that would help me out and ensure I can have what you need for the conference.

I can also freeze some strawberries and raspberries if I know what you may need. 

I can be contacted at [log in to unmask] or 810 387 4365

Michelle
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Five Springs Farm 
  To: CONFERENCE YAHOO GROUP 
  Sent: Sunday, April 23, 2006 10:56 AM
  Subject: [csa-mi] Requests from the food committee


  Hello fellow farmers,

  The food committee has been working on a menu to feature our local great food at all meals for the conference so we are requesting veggies and other food items either directly from you or let us know where to find some of this stuff.  

  Our wish list includes

    1.. Salad fixings at every meal (5) - greens but also green onions, carrots, peppers, red onions etc. 
    2.. In season veggies like winter squash, onions, garlic, root crops, for soups, side dishes etc. We will finalize the menu to feature what we have. 
    3.. Fruits (fresh, frozen and dried) for snacks and for the breakfast bar 
    4.. mushrooms for roll ups and perhaps a soup?  
    5.. Apple Cider by the gallons  
    6.. Baked goods for snacks and breakfast bar; muffins. cookies, rolls and pounds of granola 
    7.. An organic pig to roast on Saturday night 
    8.. Milk, yogurt, butter
  Donations/purchases so far include;
   Meadowlark farms with potatoes for the veggie roast on Saturday night 
   Well's Family Farm has offered to grow 100 cabbage heads for coleslaw.
   Big Belly Farm has offered apples for snacks.
  Pond House Farms will donate 100 heads of lettuce.
   And we believe that Les Roggenbuck has offered organic beef from his farm. 

   If you can help us out in any way we would appreciate it. We will acknowledge your farm in the program but also plan to have cards at each table acknowledging all local food at that meal.

  Thanks so much for your time and consideration,

  Cathy Baker and Jo Meller 
  your food committee

  CSA Conference, November 10-12, 2006 http://www.csafarms.org
  Five Springs Farm http://www.csafarms.org/fivespringsfarm.asp
  The Community Farm newsletter http://www.csafarms.org/csaresources.asp

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