Come out to the Campus Farmers’ Market this Wednesday 10am-3pm in the brickyard to sample a variety of NC apples!
Vendors at this week’s market will include:
See you there!
Interested in what’s been going on at the CFM table this semester? Eager to get your hands dirty helping to fight the waste problem in our food system? YOUR time has come!
Join CFM club members and other NCSU students this week as we conduct a food audit in Fountain Dining Hall with the new NCSU Food Recovery Network chapter! Volunteers are needed 6:45-8:30pm April 21-25. You can sign up here or email Taylor France (email@example.com) with any questions.
See you there!
If you are a vendor, volunteer or passer-by at the weekly NCSU Farmers’ Market, we’d love to hear from you! Fill out the survey at one of the links below so we can listen to you as we begin to plan for the Fall 2014 market.
With fresh and local care,
The NCSU Campus Farmers’ Market team
Last weekend the Campus Farmers’ Market club went on an exciting field trip to Matthews, NC and Clemson, SC to visit former market manager Pressly Blackley and the Clemson Student Farm.
Pressly, a December NCSU graduate in mechanical engineering, is now working at her family’s own Renfrow Hardware in Matthews. The store has unique products and a special story that you can read about here. When she’s not working at the store, there’s a good chance you can find Pressly a few blocks up the street where she has begun to establish an urban farm that she will be using to produce vegetable and greenhouse starts for the sale at the store.
After a great night in Matthews, we left for Clemson, where we met Shawn Jadrnicek for a tour of the Clemson Organic Student Farm as well as his own home permaculture model. The visit was an inspiring glimpse into what might be possible for the Campus Farmers’ Market and agroecology program at NCSU.
Interested in tagging along on the next excursion or learning more about involvement in the Campus Farmers’ Market? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or come to a meeting at 7pm on Mondays in SAS 1218!
What are your thoughts on poop? How about food waste? Protein?
Black soldier fly larvae can be a fascinating combination of all of the above. Used to as a means of processing all manner of organic matter, these organisms can serve as a great source of protein to chickens or other grub-eating folk.
Come check out the Campus Farmers’ Market table in the brickyard tomorrow to learn more! While you’re there, you can pick up your favorite produce, cookies, NumNum Sauce or handcrafted gifts!
About a week ago, the NCSU Campus Farmers’ Market club toured Raleigh’s LOCALS Seafood, a seafood market providing fresh, local seafood to the Triangle area. Started by two N.C. State grads, the business sells at the State Farmers’ Market Thursday through Sunday.