Also, our available produce is limited, so once items are sold there most likely will be no more that week. There currently are two produce vendors — the Sitka Local Foods Network (SLFN) farm stand and Middle Island Gardens — using St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm as a distribution location, though new vendors may be added later this summer, such as Raincoast Flowers. The top market in the Pacific region was the Boise (Idaho) Farmers Market; followed by the Napa (Calif.) Farmers Market in second place; the Moscow (Idaho) Farmers Market in third place; the Vancouver (Wash.) Farmers Market in fourth place; and the Kaka’ako Farmers Market of Honolulu, Hawai’i in fifth place (last year’s Pacific region winner). Flexibility is key to our CSF, and we are always striving to deliver the best value (and seafood!) Our favorite thing about the Plant Chicago Farmers Market is all of our wonderful local vendors! ... ©2019 by Galesburg Farmers Market… If you walked or biked to the pick-up event on Saturday, we will point you to a place to stand. each, from Sitka Salmon Shares We held a soft opening pick-up day on June 20, due to limited produce availability. This newsletter features information about what items are available for purchase on Tuesday to Thursday, Aug. 18-20, using the Salt and Soil Marketplace website, and will be available for pick-up on Saturday, Aug. 22, at St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm. It also provides information from the Sitka Local Foods Network about how the Sitka Farmers Market will work this year. We will have online ordering periods from 5 p.m. on Tuesday through 8 p.m. on Thursday each week we have a pick-up day scheduled. Click this link to see the newsletter. We held a soft opening pick-up day on June 20, due to limited produce availability. “We have a small market compared to others around the country, but I’m happy the people who visit our market think enough of it to recommend it in this contest,” Bingham said. For assistance, contact market co-managers Ariane Goudeau and Nalani James at sitkafarmersmarket@gmail.com, or SLFN board president Charles Bingham at 738-7310 or sitkalocalfoodsnetwork@gmail.com. It also provides information from the Sitka Local Foods Network about how the Sitka Farmers Market will work this year. Andrea Fraga of Middle Island Gardens, left, and Brooke Schafer of Raincoast Flowers with some of their products. 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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our market has gone through some major changes this year and is greatly scaled back due to COVID-19 rules and limited space. This year the last Sitka Farmers Market order period was Sept. 15-17 and last pick-up day was Sept. 19. The Sitka Farmers Market is a project coordinated by the Sitka Local Foods Network. Our pick-up days will be from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturdays at St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm (located behind St. Peter’s By The Sea Episcopal Church, 611 Lincoln Street). There currently are two produce vendors — the Sitka Local Foods Network (SLFN) farm stand and Middle Island Gardens — using St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm as a distribution location, though new vendors may be added later this summer, such as Raincoast Flowers. This helps producers create a revenue stream in an otherwise bleak season. wild caught Alaskan seafood Website: www.sitkasalmonshares.com Manager: Robin Schirmer Location: Galesburg, IL Phone: (708)-370-8017 Email: farmersmarket@sitkasalmonshares.com This meeting is a great opportunity to bring new ideas and suggestions to the GFMA. It also provides information from the Sitka Local Foods Network about how the Sitka Farmers Market will work this year. There currently are two produce vendors — the Sitka Local Foods Network (SLFN) farm stand and Middle Island Gardens — using St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm as a distribution location, though new vendors may be added later this summer, such as Raincoast Flowers. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our market has gone through some major changes this year and is greatly scaled back due to COVID-19 rules and limited space. Nic Mink launched Sitka Salmon Shares to connect with consumers in the Midwest with sustainable seafood options. “One of the nice things about hosting the market is it serves as a business incubator for smaller cottage foods and arts/crafts businesses, and those folks lost a market this summer.”. The Sitka Farmers Market ranked as the top market in Alaska, 25th in the Pacific region and 104th nationally during the American Farmland Trust ‘s Farmers Market Celebration voting that ended earlier this week. In August, 2012 Nic was hired by Butler University's Center for Urban Ecology to help establish the Indy Food Council, designed to support food-related initiatives that improve the sustainability, health, and community revitalization in Indianapolis. “This year, with COVID-19, we had to greatly scale back the market and make significant changes, such as stripping down to just produce vendors, using an online ordering system during the week followed by Saturday morning pick-up events at St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm,” said Charles Bingham, board president of the Sitka Local Foods Network, which sponsors the Sitka Farmers Market. We just sent out the Sept. 8, 2020, edition of the Sitka Farmers Market weekly newsletter. Baranof Fish Market, Sitka, Alaska. This month’s newsletter includes information about this week being our last Sitka Farmers Market online order period and pick-up event of the summer, info about our new Sitka Local Foods Network tote bags, details of the Alaska Food Festival and Conference, an invitation to join the SLFN board of directors, and a thank you to all of our 2020 sponsors. We just sent out the Aug. 11, 2020, edition of the Sitka Farmers Market weekly newsletter. This newsletter features information about what items are available for purchase on Tuesday to Thursday, Sept. 8-10, using the Salt and Soil Marketplace website, and will be available for pick-up on Saturday, Sept. 12, at St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm. Rounding out the top-five markets in the standings were the 3rd Street Farmers Market in Tompkinsville, Ky., in fourth place, and the Napa (Calif.) Farmers Market in fifth place. Each story has links to our website for more information. We grow mostly cool climate, coastal crops such as greens, salads, artichokes, radishes, cabbages, potatoes, peas, winter and summer squash, carrots, and beets. Due to COVID-19, we will have some health and safety rules in place. Shop Shares The Sitka Local Foods Network just sent out the September 2020 edition of its monthly newsletter. by: Katie Hendricks. We are using the Salt and Soil Marketplace online ordering portal this year, http://www.saltandsoilmarketplace.com. It includes details about how to use SNAP and WIC benefits to access produce. They will give you grilling and preparation instructions and recipes. This year the People’s Choice Award (the only national award) went to the Clarksville Downtown Farmers Market in Clarksville, Tenn., earning the market a $1,000 prize. We want to keep everybody safe and healthy this summer. It is the oldest established farmers market in Alaska and the only one located in its own permanent building. • Documents (Vendor forms, food security reports, etc. This recipe was adapted from the Sitka Salmon Shares website to include ingredients that can be found at the Logan Square Farmers Market. We are a small farm in Toledo, Oregon, just a few miles inland from Newport. NOTE, Due to the wet and cold weather this summer, it’s looking as if we won’t have enough produce to hold our last scheduled pick-up event on Saturday, Sept. 26. In August, 2012 Nic was hired by Butler University’s Center for Urban Ecology to help establish the Indy Food Council, designed to support food-related initiatives that improve the sustainability, health, and community revitalization in Indianapolis. Our pick-up days will be from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturdays at St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm (located behind St. Peter’s By The Sea Episcopal Church, 611 Lincoln Street). This is the fourth straight year the Sitka Farmers Market has been the top market in Alaska, and sixth time in seven years. We want to encourage social-distancing so we don’t spread the coronavirus. There currently are two produce vendors — the Sitka Local Foods Network (SLFN) farm stand and Middle Island Gardens — using St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm as a distribution location, though new vendors may be added later this summer, such as Raincoast Flowers. 4-6 strips of bacon, from Jake’s Country Meats (try Cottage Bacon) 4 halibut fillets, 4-6oz. Actual species mix and poundage will depend on fishing and market conditions. There currently are two produce vendors — the Sitka Local Foods Network (SLFN) farm stand and Middle Island Gardens — using St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm as a distribution location, though new vendors may be added later this summer, such as Raincoast Flowers. The Sitka Local Foods Network hopes to be able to return to a full market, or a hybrid with some pre-orders and some market-day sales, next year. It includes details about how to use SNAP and WIC benefits to access produce. Photo by Sitka Salmon. We will have online ordering periods from 5 p.m. on Tuesday through 8 p.m. on Thursday on the Salt and Soil Marketplace website each week we have a pick-up day scheduled. You can sign up for future editions of our newsletter by clicking on the newsletter image in the right column of our website and filling in the information. Click this link to see the newsletter. Nic Mink launched Sitka Salmon Shares to connect with consumers in the Midwest with sustainable seafood options. It includes details about how to use SNAP and WIC benefits to access produce. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our market has gone through some major changes this year and is greatly scaled back due to COVID-19 rules and limited space. If you received a copy but didn’t want one, there is a link at the bottom of the newsletter so you can unsubscribe. PHOTO COURTESY OF SITKA LOCAL FOODS NETWORK TABLE OF THE DAY: Sitka Farmers Market volunteer Hannah Green, right, presents the Table of the Day award to Brittany Dumag, left, and Kathy Dumag, center, of Castaway during the seventh and final Sitka Farmers Market of the 2019 summer season, held Sept. 21, at the Alaska Native … Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our market has gone through some major changes this year and is greatly scaled back due to COVID-19 rules and limited space. We presented that with pancetta ravioli and pureed peas from our Farmers' Market.Finally, to cap the night, we created a horseradish-crusted king salmon from Sitka's Seafood Producers Cooperative. And now we are hosting pick-up events every Saturday in July (4, 11, 18, 25), August (1, 8, 15, 22, 29), and September (5, 12, 19, 26). SSS is fisherman owned and based In Galesburg, Illinois and Sitka Alaska. to our members. St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm lead gardener Laura Schmidt, left, and Sitka Farmers Market co-managers Ariane Goudeau, center, and Nalani James with baskets of produce ready for pick-up. All orders need to be prepaid this year, and there will be no sales at our pick-up events. Click this link to see the newsletter. Here is a link to a Daily Sitka Sentinel story about the market. It also provides information from the Sitka Local Foods Network about how the Sitka Farmers Market will work this year. Kerry just sells one item, his BBQ grilled blackcod collars (aka blackcod tips) over rice. It also provides information from the Sitka Local Foods Network about how the Sitka Farmers Market will work this year. Christina McDougall is the Founding and Executive Director of Hoosier Farmers Market Association. NOTE, the Sept. 26 pick-up event looks like it might not happen. You can unsubscribe at any time by using the SafeUnsubscribe® link found at the bottom of every email. It includes details about how to use SNAP and WIC benefits to access produce. The Sitka Farmers Market ranked as the top market in Alaska, 25th in the Pacific region and 104th nationally during the American Farmland Trust‘s Farmers Market Celebration voting that ended earlier this week. “We really missed having all of the booths this year, and the feel of a real community gathering instead of just a quick pick-up of your order,” Bingham said. NOTE, the Sept. 26 pick-up event looks like it will not happen. There wasn’t a list of Alaska standings posted, but checking individual market pages showed the Sitka Farmers Market in first place for the state, the South Anchorage I Farmers Market in second place, and the Homer Farmers Market in third place. Click this link to see the newsletter. Country Market in the Northeast; the Clarksville (Tenn.) Downtown Farmers Market in the Southeast; and the Grand Prairie (Texas) Farmers Market in the Southwest. “We thank everybody who came to one of our markets this summer and supported more local food in Sitka and Southeast Alaska.”. Since 2011, our fishery's provided fish-loving Midwesterners the absolute best in wild Alaskan seafood -- through a 4,000-member strong boat-to-doorstep CSF (Community Supported Fishery) and a network of regional farmers markets, restaurant, and community partners. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook, like our Sitka Farmers Market page on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (@SitkaLocalFoods). And now we are hosting pick-up events every Saturday in July (4, 11, 18, 25), August (1, 8, 15, 22, 29), and September (5, 12, 19, 26). Each story has links to our website for more information. Additional goals of the market are to provide a venue for education, entertainment, and building personal relationships for a healthier community. Join Our Mailing List For Exclusive Member Offerings. Due to COVID-19, the 26th annual Running of the Boots fun run fundraiser won’t take place in late September (we usually had a farm stand at that event, which raised money for the Sitka Local Foods Network and Youth Advocates of Sitka last year). “Our main goal was to safely distribute locally grown produce without spreading the coronavirus. This newsletter features information about what items are available for purchase on Tuesday to Thursday, Aug. 11-13, using the Salt and Soil Marketplace website, and will be available for pick-up on Saturday, Aug. 15, at St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm. See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for the best Fish & Seafood Markets in Sitka, AK. By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive communications from Sitka Salmon Shares. We will have online ordering periods from 5 p.m. on Tuesday through 8 p.m. on Thursday on the Salt and Soil Marketplace website each week we have a pick-up day scheduled. She combined her passions for local food, sustainable agriculture, relationship building and place-making with her knowledge of policy, nonprofit management, outreach and engagement, asset base community development and life-long learning. This week is National Farmers Market Week and we just sent out the Aug. 4, 2020, edition of the Sitka Farmers Market weekly newsletter. Sitka Salmon Shares is a fisherman owned collective of 20 small-boat family fishermen from SE Alaska. We look forward to welcoming you back in 2021! We just sent out the Aug. 18, 2020, edition of the Sitka Farmers Market weekly newsletter. This was the 12th year of the contest. This newsletter features information about what items are available for purchase on Tuesday to Thursday, Sept. 15-17, using the Salt and Soil Marketplace website, and will be available for pick-up on Saturday, Sept. 19, at St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm. I’m glad we were able to do that.”. Feel free to click this link to get a copy. Sitka Salmon Shares have the Coho and Keta frozen from Alaska. The other regional winners included the Tuscarawas Valley Farmers Market of Dover, Ohio, in the Midwest; the Ligonier (Penn.) Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our market has gone through some major changes this year and is greatly scaled back due to COVID-19 rules and limited space. The Sitka Farmers Market is a project coordinated by the Sitka Local Foods Network. Click this link to see the newsletter. SITKA … Our wrap around deck has one of the best views in Sitka. Sitka Salmon Shares is passionate about good food and cultivating a lasting connection between our family of fishermen and you. Sitka Salmon is a Galesburg-based company offering a variety of wild, sustainably caught seafood from Alaskan small-boat fisherman to the Midwest.