Spare change really adds up! Our new Positive Change program launches January 1st, and is designed to raise money for local non-profit organizations working to better our community.
You probably hear the word “local” a lot these days. What does it bring to mind for you? Maybe businesses owned by your neighbors? Or small family farms? Most of us have an idea of what local means – a personal definition. When we go shopping we might take for granted that the store we’re in has a similar definition.
Recently, everyone in Medford was faced with a drastic reduction in the types of items that can be recycled. Reduce, reuse, and recycle are habits that we try to incorporate into our daily lives. Our lives are busy, and we get overwhelmed with responsibilities.
Beginning in the late summer of last year, staff from Ashland Food Co-op and Medford Food Co-op started collaborating to bring a large farm tour to fruition.
Thank you to everyone who came out to the Good Food Festival on Sunday, May 20th! We had a great time sharing cooking demos, sampling delicious foods, tossing bean bags, and watching you all get your faces painted by Amber of Boutique Body Art.