Calling all Bakers!
- Quick Breads (pumpkin, zucchini, apple sauce, etc.)
- Yeasted Breads (sourdough, honey whole wheat, oatmeal, etc.)
Mill City Farmers Market promotes local, sustainable and organic agriculture, farmers and small businesses and access to healthy local foods.
If you are interested in joining a team of early-risers, sustainable farming-enthusiasts, and die hard local food-fans, check out our internship postings:
…on the Stone Arch Bridge!
Watch this video and learn how to make this simple summer salad!
Mill City Farmers Market Chef, Heather Hartman takes Mill City Cooks off-site to the Stone Arch Bridge to demo a simple summer salad for a local and affordable menu idea.
Published by the Union of Concerned Scientists: Citizens and Scientists for Environmental Solutions
WASHINGTON (August 4, 2011) – Over the last several decades, thousands of farmers markets have been popping up in cities and towns across the country, benefiting local farmers, consumers and economies, but they could be doing a lot better, according to a report released today by the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS). What’s holding farmers markets back? Federal policies that favor industrial agriculture at their expense.