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When she bought some zephyr squash Wednesday at the new Mid-week Farmers' Market at Bull Park in Atlantic Beach, she told Macclenny farmer Scott Francis that she planned to cook them that night for dinner. "I'm going to boil them up, add salt and pepper and olive oil and put them on the grill," she said. Story said she never sees that type of squash sold in grocery stores. And buying them directly from the farmer guarantees they're fresh. "He grew them, and I'm looking at him," she said. "Have fun you guys," she told Francis and his wife, Denise, owners of Twinn Bridges farm, one ...
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Finding Florida: Beaches Green Market
Every Saturday, from 2 - 5pm, a horde of local farmers, food preparers, craft makers, and other vendors descend upon Atlantic Beach to peddle their wares at the Beaches Green Market. One thing I miss about living in St. Augustine is the Saturday morning farmer's market at the amphitheater. While I didn't often go because I wouldn't remember until it was too late (hours are from 8am - noon), I did greatly appreciate scoring fresh fruits and vegetables for relatively little money every time I managed to make it. The only farmer's market I knew about in Jacksonville was the one on Beaver Street, just north of ... market research, surveys and trends
June Schedule
We would like to start off by thanking everyone who supported us last month at Jacksonville’s Green Expo. We met so many cool people, and were so warmly received by our fellow treehuggers that it left a lasting impression on us. Now, since that is behind us, we are ready to resume our usual Farmer Market Love Fest! In June, we will be at The Beaches Green Market on Saturday, June 12th from 2-5 p.m. The Nocatee Farmers Market on Saturday, June 19th from 10-2 p.m. and again at the Beaches Green Market on Saturday, June 26th from 2-5 p.m. We also would like to show our support as sponsors for the USGBCNF Green Run & Walk 5k ... market research, surveys and trends


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It is illegal to pour pesticides down the drain; doing so could kill fish and other wildlife. Earth911 estimates that 90 percent of U.S. homes use pesticides. Weed killer, bug spray and even flea collars should not be thrown away. All pesticides have the proper disposal instructions on the label and are accepted at HHW sites. Disposing of your household hazardous waste in an eco-friendly manner is simple and easy, so when it’s time to throw things away, don’t forget to look up where you can take your waste at Visit Florida for the following information: ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Maybe its been our warmer than usual December, or maybe the stars are just misaligned, but our chickens have gotten a bit crazy. The hens have been getting out in record numbers and running amok all over the garden. The soft just-tilled soil on the west side of our farm is comically covered by countless lines chicken foot prints trailed by my big sunken foot prints made in  hapless pursuit. The birds have gotten faster, smarter and darn near impossible to catch. The biggest problem, though, has been Fabulous Mr. Rooster. Two weeks ago Jon started telling me that our beautiful preening rooster had it in for him and was ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Home and garden calendar
WAYNE WOOD/For the Times-Union Fresh produce is available at the Riverside Arts Market, which is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Saturday. TODAY Farmers' and Arts markets: • Baker County Farmers' Market, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Cornerstone Square parking lot, Macclenny. (904) 259-6433. • Beaches Green Market, 2-5 p.m., Jarboe Park, Neptune Beach. www.beacheslocalfood • Jacksonville Farmers' Market, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., 1810 W. Beaver St. Fresh fruit and vegetables brought in daily from the farmers. Market open daily. (904) 354-2821 or . • Riverside Arts Market, 10 ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Green Community Calendar weekend events: Dinner and a movie feat. Fresh ...
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Apr 21, 2008 ... BEACHES GREEN MARKET – REQUEST TO ADD LOCATION OF JARBOE PARK: City. Manager Jarboe stated the Green Market started out located in the Sea ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Beach Saturday Green Market to participate in the Davie Green Market. Ms. Stafiej commented that most sponsors were afraid of losing their vendors; however, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Avoiding green in marketing because of BP? | LinkedIn Answers ...
I don’t think so. For me it is more the color green and a symbol like the BP flower which would be a „no go“ for the next 200 years. And, of course, the letters BP are forever a no go! posted 1 month ago Martianawayday • Design for communication environments see all my answers BP have a lot of money to pay out and a lot of things to fix, but a negative marketing connotation with the colour green as a result of it all is a bit daft. Colour association theory is a very useful tool, but it depends entirely on 'on-the-ground' context rather than media hype. posted 1 month ago Project Manager, ...
Any ways to go green? - Yahoo! Answers
Since the world seems to be in such a mess now, there has to be something I, EVERYONE, needs to do, take part we can slow down this HUGE mess the whole world is in. I love earth. I love going to the beach and seeing clear crystal water. Having clean water to drink. We all need to make a change. I agree with you, everyone needs to do their part. These are some ideas i use to share my part to save this planet. 1) WEAR GREEN- We can wear T-Shirts which has an eco- friendly message on it e.g."Save mother earth", or any good messages you can think of. Many people read whats written in our T-Shirt as we roam around. This way we ...