Oh no…not again!

Fresh farm food delivered right to my door! How much easier can it be?

But I forgot to order again! Feeling rather old and forgetful, I stopped what I was doing and programmed my phone to remind me every Wednesday night to go to the Yamhill Valley Grown website and place my order.

The concept of having local food delivered to your door is amazing in this area!! The kinds of things that are available vary with the season of course. Now that it is cold weather, fresh produce is limited but there are so many other items!! Local cheese! Local meats! Much more!

When you get to the website (http://localfoodmarketplace.com/yamhill/Default.aspx) click on BUYweb site home page

Then you will see all the categories that are possible:vegetables, fruits, wood chips, mushrooms, meat and poultry, dairy, grains and legumes, sundry supplies, preserved foods, bee products, eggs, bread and baked goods, artisan products, seeds and starts and flowers, prepared food, and finally, animal food. Available page

You can see part of what was available for delivery this week.offered last week

Go to the website now and see what is available for delivery next Friday…and then give it a try!

And, as I finally have done, put a reminder in your phone to make your order every week!!!

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About creationsbybg

Beth and Graham met online almost 20 years ago and married in 2007. Planning for retirement has included finding more time to play again and creativity is blooming. Now that we have moved to Oregon our time is split between exploring and creative endeavors. What fun! Following several years enmeshed in the local food movement in West Virginia and active involvement in the establishment and running of a year-round indoor local food market, visiting farms and telling consumers about them is a work of joy.
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