Be a Locavore!

June 3, 2012

Including Local Farmer's Market Schedule

By: Nicki Hemby
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Being a Locavore is a concept of eating local and from foods harvested with a 100 miles of your dining room table. Here are 5 reasons to eat local!
1. Eating local means more for the local economy2. Locally grown produce is fresher and tastes better3. Locally grown fruits and vegetables have longer to ripen naturally4. Eating local is better for air quality, pollution protects us from bio-terrorism5. Buying locally grown food is fodder for a wonderful story
Support your local farmers and feed your family the freshest of fresh!
Most of the NWCbus and slightly beyond Farmer's Markets include great crafts as well as locally grown fruits and vegetables. Some even accept Credit Cards...

Clintonville Farmer's Market, Saturday 9a-12p through October 27 & on Wednesdays 4:30p -7:30p with food demo & more during July & August, In the neighborhood on N. High St between Orchard Lane & West Dunedin Rd, Information

Dublin Farmer's Market, Wednesdays 3:30-6:30p, In Parking Lot of Oakland Nursery, Information, Runs through September

Downtown Columbus Farmer's Market, Tuesday & Fridays 10:30a - 2p, in Alleyways between Broad, High, Gay and Third Streets 

Franklin Park Conservatory Farmer's Market, Wednesdays 3-7p, with special features each week, Information, Convervatory Drive just North of main building with ample free parking, runs through October 16

Grove City Farmer's Market, Saturdays 8a-12p, Town Center on Broadway, Information, Through September 8, 2012

Hilliard Farm Market, Tuesdays 4p-7p, Corner of Main & Center Streets in Old Hilliard, Runs though August, Information

North Market, Farmer's Market, Mon & Tue & Sat & Sun with many featured events to educate and entertain on select Saturdays and Sundays, See schedule HERE.(Closed on July 4th)

Olde Worthington Farmer's Market, Saturdays 9a-12p in downtown Worthington, Information
Convenient Parking available being the Worthington Inn and a block away at the Methodist Church

Plain City Farmer's Market, Thursdays 4:30p-7p Corner of S. Chillicothe St & Main St next to the Clock Tower, Information, Runs through October 4

Powell Chamber of Commerce Farmer's Market, Saturdays 9a-12p, 50 S Liberty St (new Location), Downtown Powell, Information, (except June 30 as this is Powell's Festival), Close parking in the Chamber's parking lot.

Upper Arlington Farmer's Market, Wednesdays 3p-6p, Senior Center 1945 Ridgeview Rd, UA 43221, Information, Runs tthrough Oct 10

Westerville Farmer's Market, Wednesdays 3p-6p, N.State St & E.Home St, Information, Runs through October 31st

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