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July 2016

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Zucchini Fritters

Delicious savory cakes that are hardy and perfect for any meal.

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Fresh Corn Waffles

These light fluffy, naturally sweet waffles are really good with new season peaches and yogurt! Or make them for dinner with sausages and a kale salad!

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Bee Girl Beekeeping Course

An intensive five part course, featuring in-depth classroom sessions and hands-on beekeeping workshops. If you are interested in beekeeping, practice on our bees before you invest in your own. If you are already a beekeeper, deepen your knowledge and set yourself up for success.

May 14, June 4, July 10, August 14, & September 3.

For more information and to sign up, please visit http://bgbeekeepingcourse.eventbrite.com

Classroom sessions will be held in the Co-op Classroom.

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9:00am to 12:00pm
 
Making Ashland the Healthiest Town in America, Part VI: The Human Body and its Energetic Fields

Awaken to how amazing the body is in this fun look into the human body and its energetic fields. How cells create energy, the heart and brain as electromagnetic generators, chakra and meridian systems, magnetic fields and our relationship with the powers of the universe.

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6:00pm to 8:00pm
 
Chopped Salad

This salad is mainly a reminder to be creative with what constitutes a salad! Try our version and use it as a template for your own flavor combinations!

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Greek Lamb Balls with Tzatziki

Enjoy this dish with pasture raised and finished lamb from Magnolia Farms, and topped with fresh made tzatziki.

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The Foods of Summer

Come learn how to use Food as Medicine principles to make the most nutrient dense smoothies,fresh juices, tonics, salads....We will learn  the art of Food Building which is infusing broths, fruits, veggies and wild crafted herbs together to allow for the optimal amount of nutrients in your drinks and meals. You will leave this class feeling empowered to love the abundance of summer!

On the menu: Lemon Balm Lavender Tonic, Beet Kvass, Living Ginger Soda, Wildcrafted Herbal Salad with sautéed mushrooms and sweet corn, Summer Veggie Broth, Fresh Pressed Juice, Coconut Milk Smoothie with vanilla and super greens (nettles, spirulina, chlorella).

 

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Mon, 07/18/2016 - 9:00am to Fri, 07/22/2016 - 1:00pm
July Kids Summer Camp

We’ve teamed up with Rogue Valley Farm to School to offer 3 great camps, appropriate for ages 7-9

This listing is for July 18-22, 9am-1pm

Other camp dates: June 13-17 or August 8-12

Each week campers will dive into food production, preparation and exploration, with a mix of farm and kitchen experiences that delight the senses and inspire the soul. Join Rogue Valley Farm to School staff as they cultivate the ability to grow and cook delicious, healthy, seasonal meals. Hands-on farming and cooking will be a part of each day, as will seasonal crafts, science investigations and fun-loving games.

Monday-Wednesday-Friday campers will be cooking in the Co-op Classroom.

Tuesday-Thursday campers will be on-farm at the SOU Center for Sustainability.

Scholarships available for Jackson Care Connect members (⅓ of the price). For this discount, please register in person at the Info Desk 

 

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Grilled Polenta Cake with Cherry Sauce

This is a great sweet treat for your grill pan or backyard barbecue. Sure not to disappoint!

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The Science of Improving Health

Most health conditions can be slowed or reversed. Learn from a Functional Medicine perspective how the inter-relationship between our gut, immune system, brain, hormones, etc. impacts health. Learn how imbalances may cause brain fog, fatigue, mood issues, pain, autoimmune syndromes, diabetes and thyroid problems. Learn how you can turn this around.

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Zucchini Parmesan Crisps

Delicious finger foods for any party or event you are hosting!

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Farm Tour: Blue Fox Farm & Whistling Duck

Have you ever wanted to see behind the scenes, and shake the hands that grow your food? Here’s your chance to knock elbows with some of dedicated farmers that bring food to your table every day. Gather the family, take a ride on an air conditioned bus, and enjoy a picnic lunch provided by the Co-op. If you have dietary needs beyond vegetarian or wheat free, please kindly bring your own picnic lunch. 

Chris and Melanie at Blue Fox Farm use high tunnel greenhouses to provide us with heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers and zucchinis about a month before their field grown counterparts. This farm has provided very high quality produce to our store for 10+ years, is constantly improving their systems, and is extremely dedicated to soil health.

Mary and Vince at Whistling Duck were the first to produce a local packaged salad mix, and are trailblazers for the local organic produce movement. Over the last 20+ years, Whistling Duck has provided a mix of seasonal leafy greens, root veggies and heirloom tomatoes to the Co-op from April-December. If you can’t make the farm tour, be sure to stop by their onsite Farm Stand.

Adults: $35 Co-op Owner, $40 General Public

Children 10 and under: $5

Family discounts:

4 spots $10 off (two adults, two children: $70)

5 spots $15 off (two adults, three children: $70)
 
Questions, contact our Education Coordinator (541) 552-5454.

Meet in Co-op Parking lot at 7:45am, the day of the tour to board our chartered bus.

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