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As always, it’s open rain or shine! The latest weather for tomorrow is: breezy (according to Accuweather?!) rising to 56 degrees by 1 PM.
NEW this week: Free shopping bags for Earth Day this week. Pepperoni Chic starts this week.
We are on the hunt for new artisan food vendors now. If you know of a vendor who would be adaptable to the market’s needs and experienced on morning oriented outdoor events to be an artisan food vendor, we would love to talk with you about this, contact Jim Coleman @ 2026818799 or email@example.com.
If you have time to volunteer @ the kids' tent and know more folks interested, please email me or Elizabeth Topping) as we're looking to line up more kids tent activities and performances.
Volunteer and sponsor opportunities abound this season. If interested, please email me..
Belle Prairie Farm, our only Certified Naturally Grown veggie farm, is working on puttting their farm in order for 2018. They offer CSA shares for the Spring. Here’s the contact # :301-300-0340. The farm is targeting their first appearance of the year for May 12th.
Groff's Content Farm Will have free range chicken, their delicious chef prepared meals from Degrees of Cooking using Groff's sustainable meats. They will also have their regular mix of pastured free range chicken & turkey, pastured beef, Berkshire pork and lamb products.
Zeke's Coffee of DC will be offering their great usual mix of small batch roasted coffees, hot and cold coffee by the cup.
& Stone Hearth Bakery will have their same great options this week.
I Confect is back for 2018. Made in Union Kitchen Ivy City, DC, I Confect specializes in treats and baked goods using all natural ingredients. For the very first time @ markets, I Confect is premiering quiches, both regular and gluten free. Specializing in pound cakes, nuts, and more, what's your confection?
Sirene Botanicals: will be back this year but the schedule will be limited based on other commitments.
Tigersoap will be back once a month this year starting in May.
DPW Celebrates Earth Month, Reopens Food Waste Drop-Off Locations
Free Kitchen Compost Caddies will be Given Away to the First 50 Participants at Each Drop-Off Location
(WASHINGTON, DC) In honor of Earth Month, the Department of Public Works (DPW) is pleased to announce the reopening of food waste drop-off’s throughout the city, and an array of other services. On Earth Day weekend (April 21-22), DPW will be giving away kitchen caddies to the first 50 participants at each open drop-off location to help residents compost their food waste.
“Helping residents recycle and compost are priorities for DPW year-round as we work toward a cleaner and greener DC,” said DPW Director Christopher Shorter. “This Earth Day and throughout April, I encourage residents to familiarize themselves with the services DPW offers, and consider how they can fully utilize our city’s programs to be good environmental stewards.”
Mayor Bowser kicked off DPW’s first citywide Food Waste Drop-Off program
on Earth Day 2017. Through the free service, residents are able to drop-off food waste at designated farmers markets in all eight city wards. The food waste collected at these drop-off locations is composted locally at District community composting sites and at the Prince George’s County Organics Compost facility.
As of April 1, the Food Waste Drop-Off program had collected nearly 150,000 pounds of organics from more than 20,000 participants in all eight wards over the last year.
Residents are encouraged to drop off the following types of food items: fruit and vegetable scraps; breads, grains, cereals, rice and pasta; coffee grounds, coffee filters and tea bags; egg shells; household flowers; and nutshells. Dairy, meat and fish items are not accepted.
Coming Attractions for April 2018 include:
- More vendors & more excitement
The 14th and Kennedy St. Farmers Market (14Ken FM) is looking for volunteers to assist with programing and sponsorships for the 2018 market season. A full description of volunteer responsibilities can be found below. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Jim Coleman .
Farmers Market Volunteers Needed - 2018
1. Entertainment Coordinator: Primarily responsible for booking non-kids tent related entertainment for the market. Types of entertainment could include:
- Cooking classes
- Fitness/health & nutrition classes
2. Sponsor Solicitation & Coordinator. Responsibilities include:
- Recruiting local business to sponsor the market this season
- scheduling sponsor appearances at market
- ensuring sponsor incentives (public recognition/appearances) are given as promised
3. Kids-tent Coordinators. Responsibilities include:
- scheduling entertainment for kids tent
- promoting entertainment for kids tent via social media and email listserves
- re-ordering supplies for tent, as necessary
- assisting with set-up/break down of kids tent, as available
4. Farmers Market Brigade:
- DC Greens is always looking for Spanish & English speaking volunteers to help with the Produce Plus program. If you have the skills, contact them right away.
We love to support neighborhood organizations. We offer fruit or vegetables for one time events, gift certificates for silent auctions or raffles. We also consider other ideas you might have to support the neighborhood. Please contact Jim Coleman @ 2026818799 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Produce Plus, DC’s fresh veggies incentive program, begins in June of this year.
Our gracious neighbor, Moreland’s Tavern, will be open @ 10AM Saturdays from here on out.
Thanks for coming to 14th & Kennedy Street Farmers Market. Thanks for another great year @ the market! The neighborhood is supportive of the market and we think you rock for coming. We can’t do it without you. What do you want @ market? Do contact us @: email@example.com whenever you’d like.
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