Produce Delivery, Friday 1/22

Regional Access:
Radicchio, Mixed — Town of Ulysses, NY (LOCAL)

Baldor:
Cucumbers, Slicing — Mexico
Kale, Lacinato — Arizona/California
Oranges, Cara Cara — California

Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative:
Carrots, Orange — Lancaster County, PA (LOCAL)
Collard Greens — North Carolina
Dandelion Greens — Lancaster County, PA (LOCAL)
Grapefruit — Texas
Onions, Yellow — New York State (LOCAL)
Radishes, Daikon — Lancaster County, PA (LOCAL)
Summer Squash, Yellow — Florida

The following items arrived yesterday and are in good supply: broccoli rabe, cauliflower, Bartlett pears, scallions, baby spinach.

All orders are scheduled to arrive by early afternoon. Please note that items may be out of stock at the time of delivery. All of our produce is grown to meet or exceed organic standards.

Closed on 7/20 in solidarity with Strike for Black Lives

The co-op will be closed on Monday, 7/20, in solidarity with
Strike For Black Lives.

“July 20th is a day of reckoning. Across the country, workers will rise up to strike for Black lives. Together, we will withhold our most valuable asset — our labor — in support of dismantling racism and white supremacy to bring about fundamental changes in our society, economy and workplaces. Join us in walking out for justice.” https://j20strikeforblacklives.org/

8:46 Pledge
On Monday at 12 p.m. — for 8 minutes, 46 seconds — walk off your job, take a knee, or hold a moment of silence in memory of George Floyd and others whose lives were taken too soon by police violence.

Seasonal treasures from both near and far

Ramps
Ramps, also known as wild leeks, are sustainably harvested for the co-op by a forager we’ve worked with since 2012. He and his team forage in Ulster County, NY, and the Pocono Mountains in Northeastern Pennsylvania. They take only a small amount from each patch and hike high into the mountains to ensure that easily accessible fields aren’t overharvested. This is the last week of the season — ramps will return in spring 2020. Looking forward, there will be locally grown garlic scapes in June and cured cloves of garlic by mid-August.

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