Picking a Farmer

by Lawrence Heath February 16, 2014

[caption id="attachment_139" align="alignnone" width="169"]Produce boxes from Bush-N-Vine Produce boxes from Bush-N-Vine[/caption] I always enjoy a trip to my local farmer’s market in Matthews, bringing to mind thoughts of helping my grandparents gather greens in a family garden. After reading through local farm web pages on Local Harvest.org, I picked an interesting farm, Bush-N-Vine , which offers a subscription for a weekly basket of produce delivered to an outdoor store in South Park area of Charlotte called Jesse Brown's. I look forward to making my first pick up in March. Next, I am shopping for a local farm which offers a grass feed meat, Windy Hill Farms looks promising.


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