We’ll be touring Salisha’s Delicious, Pioneer Farms and Lattin Farms… U-pick! Meet at the Co-op at 8 a.m. to carpool. Bring a lunch, water and sun protection. A great opportunity to see where some of our food comes from, learn and get connected . Questions? E-mail: email@example.com . RSVP via our Facebook calendar event .
GBCFC quote from RGJ’s Aug. 26, 2010 article: Consumers likely to see higher egg prices — Price for a dozen eggs jumped 40% in New York market . In Reno, the Great Basin Community Food Co-Op says it has plenty of fresh and local eggs, local food coordinator Nicole Sallaberry said. The eggs come from three local farms : Hungry Mother Organics in Minden, and Fontana Farms and Hadji Pauls in Palomino Valley. They are sold individually for […]
On Saturday, Aug. 21, from 8 to 11 a.m., bring any items to “Recycle, Renew, Reuse or Release.” In other words, trade, swap, barter, exchange, haggle, dicker or just release! All leftover items will be donated. Where? Great Basin Community Food Co-op parking lot. Have questions? Contact us. Want to help? Post the event flyer , tell […]
The Great Basin Community Food Co-op Summer 2010 newsletter is here! This newsletter’s issue includes: 2nd Quarter Co-op Financial Update Co-op on the Move!! Co-op News 2010 Annual Farm Tours, Advisory Board , Glean Team, New Items at the Co-op Community News Pets of the Homeless , Local Businesses Shop the Co-op!, Update Your Info with the Co-op, Book Review, Glean Team Looking for […]
Story by Kat Kerlin , Prisoners and veterans turn farmers at Hungry Mother Organics . Bob Trotta is sweating in the late afternoon sun. Greenhouses and rows of strawberries, squash, eggplant and basil surround him, while hundreds of free-range chickens seek shade in their coop. Trotta is an odds-and-ends man on this five-acre organic farm. He helps schedule the harvest, […]
The Great Basin Food Co-op is now a new collection site for the Pets of the Homeless Organization. Pets of the Homeless is a nonprofit volunteer organization that provides pet food and veterinary care to the homeless and less fortunate in local communities across the United States and Canada. Between 5% to 10% of homeless […]