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Eating Local: Back to the Farm

Eating Local: Back to the Farm

By on 17 June, 2013 in Food, Heather Coleman with 2 Comments

Fresh and local. It seems like in a state known for agriculture that we would have easy access to fresh, inexpensive, local produce. Yet finding fruits and veggies grown in the River Region can prove challenging. Grocery stores may boast “Chilton County peaches” or “Alabama corn,” but the reality is that most of their products […]

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Red Root Herb and Vegetable Farm CSA

Red Root Herb and Vegetable Farm CSA

By on 10 September, 2012 in Cooking, Farming, Food, Kate and Stephen with 0 Comments

If you’re like the average person, you may have heard about the virtues of “eating local.” You may be willing to pay a few extra cents to know that the food you’re eating (and the soil it came from) didn’t get doused in toxic pesticides. And you may simply believe (correctly) that locally-sourced food simply […]

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Red Root Farm

Red Root Farm

By on 23 August, 2010 in Farming, Fun, Gardening, Kate and Stephen, Outdoors with 0 Comments

Every Tuesday from April to August, and then again from October to February, we make it to El Rey Burrito Lounge on Fairview by 4:00 to pick up a bag bursting with organic vegetable goodness brought from a farm near Banks, Alabama (in Pike County) to Midtown. The food arrives care of our friends from […]

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