Market update 9/8

Hey y’all!

Good morning on this fine September day! I am happy to report that market day is once again upon us. Today a new addition to the market, BJ Bowling, will bring homemade sourdough bread, tea cakes, and other baked goodies. As some of our produce vendors run out of crops for the season, we like to give y’all a taste of what else Alabama farmers and bakers and entrepreneurs have to offer, and who may be selling at the market next season. Let us know what you think 🙂
Don’t forget, we will be accepting Bama Cash for the rest of the season. So be sure to spread the news to your friends, enemies, students, teachers, parents, sons and daughters, people in crowded elevators (it’s awkward anyway, you might as well mention the market!), neighbors, and pets (if they can talk).
For all those interested in joining the Homegrown Alabama student group and organizing the market, we are having an informational meeting next Wednesday, Sept. 14, in Lloyd 216 at 7:30 p.m. We’ll have food and ideas to share–there’s a lot to do this school year! There is a Facebook event (search Homegrown Alabama in people) to help you remember to come.
See ya!
Andrea
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About homegrownalabama

Homegrown Alabama is a student organization at The University of Alabama. Our goal is to bring local produce onto the University campus and to form partnerships between the University and local producers. We organize the farmers' market that runs form May till September every Thursday from 3-6 p.m. at Canterbury Episcopal Chapel.
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