If you search for the Yelm Food Co-op on Google, you”ll see an image like this one that says “Look Inside”. Click on that and take a “walk” through It’s foolish to start taking a medicine or stop taking a medicine on your own based on information you read here or any other internet web trustedrxreviews.com because this could cause you to become seriously ill or die or worse even. the store! Very cool..
This tour also helps us with the search engines and gives people who might be looking for an organic food store in the area a chance to see what we look like. A great marketing tool.
Here”s a direct link:
The latest issue of The Grapevine is now available to read or download.
This is a great issue that was “sold out” within days of publication!
Read it here:
The Board of Directors of the Yelm Cooperative are really pleased to announce that we have found a Manager for the Yelm Farmers Market.
Karen Rae may be known to many of you for her work with the Phoenix Rising School where she is Secretary of the Board of Trustees and a parent volunteer.
Karen has raised a family, done farming and run her own businesses and has a passion for helping people. Here is a bit of what she told us in her application:
I love the idea of supporting our local industry, of encouraging folks to do what they love and are naturally driven to accomplish, by offering a marketplace at which they may present their wares. I love that the farmers’market offers a meeting place for the all the folks of our community, somewhere relaxed and joyful that celebrates family and friends and nature. I love that, in doing so, we are enabling our people access to delicious and nutritious, fresh, wholesome, mindfully produced goods.
We’re looking forward to working with Karen and to continuing the success of the Farmers Market in the 2014 season.
If you also have a passion for our Farmers Market, please let Karen know by dropping a line to firstname.lastname@example.org
Let’s all make this an awesome year!
Visit the FM website at http://yelmfarmersmarket.yelmfood.coop to stay up to date with happenings.
We have just received this from Loki Fish, one of the Co-op’s salmon suppliers, saying their fish is radiation free. This is good news!
Good morning Loki Fish customers,
We have some great news on our front that we would like to share with you. Recently, we sent a number of samples to an accredited laboratory in Louisiana to test for a variety of radionuclides in our wild salmon. This results of these tests were very encouraging as our salmon came back clean and perfectly safe to consume.
Feel free to share with your customers or post the results in your stores. Thanks for reading and do not hesitate to call with any questions: (206) 962-9977
As the threats from Fukishima’s radiation spill continues to worry us, it is nice to know that this product is radiation-free.
The 4th annual Gift of Gobble exceeded our goal of feeding 100 families – we fed 106 thanks to generous donations from our wonderful members and supporting businesses!
We had a great article in the Nisqually Valley News that helps spread the word in the community that we are working hard to bring wholesome, safe, nutritious food to Yelm.
Below are some pics of the crew that worked so hard to make this happen.