Good Food Box Newsletter April 7/2021

Good morning! And what a lovely one it is. I can’t help remembering that silly little poem from childhood: Spring has sprung The grass is riz I wonder where The birdies is. Probably not a great classic but it comes to mind every spring nonetheless. This newsletter has been painful to put together and IContinue reading “Good Food Box Newsletter April 7/2021”

Good Food Box Newsletter March 24/2021

We had a real taste of spring these last few days and I’ll wager many of you did what I did. Basked in the sun like a lizard on a rock. I could feel the vitamin D seeping into the corners of every blood vessel. (that makes an interesting picture, blood vessels with corners?!?) TodayContinue reading “Good Food Box Newsletter March 24/2021”

What is the Difference Between the Boxes/bags?

Picking the right food box for you and your family can be a bit complicated so we have broken it down and used pictures with the actual food boxes that were distributed on March 10/2021. The real challenge of course is that they vary from week to week. It depends on what is in season,Continue reading “What is the Difference Between the Boxes/bags?”

Good Food Box Newsletter March 10, 2021

…one more inch towards spring and according to the weather prediction-today is the day to go outside and get a taste of what is to come! Just ignore next week. Let’s dive right in and talk about the exciting things going on, because there’s a few. The very first really great item is that aContinue reading “Good Food Box Newsletter March 10, 2021”

What Does Community Mean to You: Romalda Park

(Originally posted to our Facebook page) Our family has lived in and around Lanark for 40 years. My husband was born in Watsons Corners . He was a young man at the time of big fire and remembers it vividly. We raised our children here. I helped out at nursery, elementary and Sunday school plusContinue reading “What Does Community Mean to You: Romalda Park”

What Does Community Mean to You: Kim Bradley

(Originally posted on our Facebook page) My husband and I attended the Aruma Farmer’s Market every Sunday morning and purchased our produce, eggs, sticky buns, bread and just enjoyed the atmosphere and fun. One Sunday I was visiting the Plan B booth and Melanie was chatting about canning, etc. I explained that although I’m anContinue reading “What Does Community Mean to You: Kim Bradley”