Farmer to Farmer Podcasts Zoe from Valley Flora

Valley Flora Farm

Just a ways up Floras Creek, Valley Flora Farm is a pretty good place for veggies and other good stuff.  Zoe just did a Farmer to Farmer Podcast (a podcast is just  people talking on the internets.  Kind of like a radio interview.  Not sure why it has 'pod' in it).

Valley Flora’s Zoe Bradbury grew up on the family homestead in southern Oregon, just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean. She left at sixteen and came back many years later to a farm where her mother and sister had started growing and selling vegetables. Many years later, Valley Flora feeds over 100 CSA members and provides produce to dozens of restaurants and stores in the 50-mile radius around their farming collective, as well as a farmstand and u-pick operation on the farm.

Give it a listen!

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Humbug Weavers and Spinners

Date: 

Saturday, April 21, 2018 - 1:00pm

 

Humbug Mountain Spinners and Weavers Guild is a non-profit, social organization for anyone interested in textile arts. Members expertise range from Hand Spinning & Weaving; Knitting & Crocheting; Felt & Paper Making; Basket Weaving to Sheep Raising. HMSW Guild holds general meetings on the third Saturday of the month, year round at 1 PM. at  Langlois Fire Hall  1st. Street East  Langlois, Oregon

Meetings include a short business meeting, show and tell and socializing followed by a program on fiber related topics. Our members come from a wide area along the Coast Highway corridor: From Crescent City, California to Reedsport Oregon

DROP INS OR VISITORS JUST PASSING THROUGH ARE MORE THAN WELCOME.

 Contact phone #  541- 348-2033

 

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Langlois 20th Annual Craft Fair

 

 

The Langlois Lions in partnership with the Langlois Library will hold their 20th annual craft fair Friday and Saturday November 20 and 21rd from 9 am- 4pm at the Lions Club, 48136 Floras Lake Lp Rd just south of Langlois off Hwy 101. The event features many vendors with a wide range of high quality items ranging from art to gourmet tuna; from jewelry and crafted household and personal wear items such as hand knit wool socks and hats. Specifically, the Lions sponsor the baked goods table and supply the gourmet lunches. The Friends of the Library does the cookies. Our craft fair is almost famous- known for one of the best holiday bazaars around. It will be well worth a trip, especially if you haven't ever tasted the traditional soup of  Turkey, not to mention the complimentary and classic ( surprise) dessert. Read more about Langlois 20th Annual Craft Fair

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