Ohio Local Foods week is August 7th- 13th. We live in one of the finest of agricultural states as well as a outstanding region for fresh meat, vegetables and fruit. I try to source local food as much as possible to feed my family as I like to see where it comes from and know its story.
To celebrate Local Foods Week in Hocking county I will be at the Logan Community Garden off Radio Lane behind the City of Logan’s maintenance facility on Tuesday August 9th at 7pm for a free event open to anyone in the community for a garden walk to see different ways folks like to grow and to answer any questions people have.
To me the best local food you can eat is the food you grow yourself, be it in your backyard or your community garden. I can grow a significant amount of my family’s produce and I am happy to show you how to do that for your family if you want to learn.
The buckwheat cover crop experiment at the Logan Community Garden had a good growing season.
Hope to see you at the garden. Take a walk around and see how amazing it is. The Logan Community garden will have open plots for the 2017 season so you can start your planning now and get your name on the list to reserve a spot.