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Greenmarket & CSA PS 295 Farmers Market Sign
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Heads up if you were planning a visit to the PS 295 Market on Thursday. Parent coordinator Amy Janzen tells us the market is taking a summer breather so that they can help get the kids ready for a new school year. They’ll reopen on Thursday, September 11 with all sorts of late-summer goodies. In
Greenmarket & CSA PS 295 Peaches
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year…peaches have arrived at the PS 295 Farmers Market! The market, run by the teachers, parents, and students of PS 295, was launched in 2013 and offers a vast array of produce grown in the school’s garden, but also features harvest selections from Hector Perez of Jersey Farms. Ready
Education Tomatoes
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School may be out for the summer, but the PS 295 Farmers Market continues to fill neighborhood bellies with fresh fruit and veg from around the area. The market, run by the teachers, parents, and students of PS 295, was launched in 2013 and offers a vast array of produce grown in the school’s garden,
Education greenmarket blueberries
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Heads up, PS 295 Farmers Market fans. Thursday, June 26 is the last day of school, and since the kids have an early release, this week’s market will operate from 12pm to 2pm, instead of the usual 2:30pm to 4:30pm. The market, run by the teachers, parents, and students of PS 295, was launched in 2013 and offers a
Food & Drink tatsoi via PS 295 Farmers Market
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Do you know the wonders of tatsoi? If you’re not familiar with the mustardy, leafy green, you can pick some up on Thursday from the PS 295 Farmers Market, and give it a try at home! It’s back this week for the first time this season, and it’s good in salads, sautéed, or anywhere you might use
Education greenmarket strawberries
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After a break last week to honor the most sacred of public school holidays, Brooklyn/Queens Day, the PS 295 Farmers Market is back on Thursday with farm fresh treats galore. The market, run by the teachers, parents, and students of PS 295, was launched in 2013 and offers a vast array of produce grown in the school’s garden, but
Education ps 295 market
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Green trees and warm weather can only mean one thing: the return of the amazingly successful PS 295 Farmers Market, opening for the first time this season on Thursday, May 29. The market, run by the teachers, parents, and students of PS 295, was launched in 2013 and offers a vast array of produce grown in the
Greenmarket & CSA ssn_greenmarket_apples
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Good news, hungry neighbors! Our nearby farmers markets will be back providing fresh produce for our area in the weeks ahead. On Wednesdays from May 7 until November 26, the Greenmarket will be back at Bartel-Pritchard Square from 8am-3pm. Then on Sundays from May 11 to December 21, a Greenmarket will be held at PS 154 (11th Avenue between
Greenmarket & CSA Kensington WT CSA.jpg
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Registration is now open for the Kensington/Windsor Terrace CSA, which allows neighbors to get 24 weeks worth of fresh vegetables, fruit, eggs, and more direct from Long Island’s Garden of Eve Farm. You pay in advance, and then during the peak growing season, you go to a set location to pick up a variety of items that are
Greenmarket & CSA CSA Fruit: Peaches and Cherries
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Spend 2014 surrounded by copious amounts of tasty fruit and veg by joining the Greenwood Heights CSA. There are a few vegetable and egg shares remaining for the upcoming season, which runs June 7 through November 1. Fruit shares are also available, and run from July 5 through November 1. Organizers note, though, that slots
Greenmarket & CSA Bread Alone Pies by unsqgreenmarket on Instagram
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The Bartel-Pritchard Square Greenmarket, which is normally held on Wednesdays, will not be open tomorrow as it’s been cancelled for the day. Customers who ordered pies from Bread Alone at the Bartel-Pritchard market can now pick them up at the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket, which will be open for a a special Thanksgivukkah market on Wednesday, November 27 from 8am to
Greenmarket & CSA ssn_butternutsquash
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There’s so much produce to love in the fall, as you’ll discover at the Wednesday Bartel-Pritchard Square Greenmarket. Jerusalem artichokes, leeks, cabbages, a dizzying array of potatoes, cauliflower, kale, carrots, fresh herbs and yes, leafy green vegetables are still bountiful at this seasonal farmers market. One of the primary reasons to embrace the fall is the arrival
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