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Food Connects (formerly WFF) Newsletter


Oct 3rd: It's October!! Even more new items! We made it through September!
We made it through Sept! Thanks for bearing with us during this challenging month! The results? Over $20,000 in sales!!!

Its October, new items to get while the getting's good. Sweet Potatoes are in from Fertile Fields, organic potatoes from Westminster Organics, and a variety of spinach options.

Check out fresh basil from Carbon Harvest.
Order on-line at www.windhamfarmandfood.org or call Richard (248 904 8347).

For Tuesday delivery order by SUNDAY evening (...but remember to order Fresh Bread and Bagels by FRIDAY night!)

For Friday order, submit your order by Wed evening. (Bagels and bread order by Tuesday Eve.)
Feature Vendor
Carbon Harvest Hydroponics
Carbon Harvest Energy, LLC develops methane gas-to-energy projects integrated with agricultural systems that convert waste and pollutants into valuable green products for the community. In our systems, methane (a greenhouse gas considered to be 21 times more potent than carbon dioxide when released to the atmosphere) is combusted for electrical energy and fed to the grid. Thermal energy from the engines is used to heat greenhouses with closed-loop aquaculture and agriculture operations. Carbon dioxide and other exhaust gases from the generators, combined with the waste produced by the fish, feed algae cultivation systems for biofuels and feed R&D. The goal is to “harvest” waste products and convert them to their highest and best uses. Carbon Harvest is also developing PV solar projects on landfills. In partnership with landfill owners, municipalities and local food producers, Carbon Harvest offers a source of local, renewable energy and a powerful mechanism for a community to take responsibility for its resource use.
[email protected]
303 834 2871
http://carbonharvestenergy.com/projects/brattleboro-carbon-harvest/
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FEATURE INVENTORY Hydroponic Genovese Sweet Basil
Category: Basil
Description: Hydroponic Genovese Sweet Basil
Vendor: Carbon Harvest Hydroponics
Unit: 2.2 lbs/ kilo
Price: 21.50
Weight: 2.50
FEATURE INVENTORY Basil Hydroponically Grown
Category: Basil
Description: Basil Hydroponically Grown
Vendor: Carbon Harvest Hydroponics
Unit: 18 ct case clamshell packs
Price: 29.41
Weight:
Standard retail packaging