The most nutritious foods for unhealthy times

Health Information from Life-Changing Foods by Anthony William and Radiant, The Cookbook by Mafalda Pinto Leite
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Governor Wolf’s Press Release regarding Farmers Markets and our new Market Guidelines

"The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture today issued guidance for the agriculture industry on essential businesses and how those businesses can mitigate against COVID-19 while maintaining essential operations to ensure access to food. Governor Tom Wolf yesterday provided an update to businesses related to Pennsylvania's statewide mitigation efforts and noted that food processing, agriculture, feed mills, and grocery stores are essential services.

"As the commonwealth takes steps to mitigate against COVID-19 and continues to strive for a healthy Pennsylvania for all, businesses across the state have been asked to consider if they're essential or not," said Secretary Redding. "Agriculture's role is unquestionable: access to food is a right; we need local agriculture now more than ever."

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Our small farmers need you now more than ever!

We’re pleased to know that the PA Department of Agriculture is agreeing that farmers markets should stay/be open during the Coronavirus pandemic just as grocery stores are open as essential services to the community. We now have new guidelines for health and safety and both of our markets will implement these new measures.

Please support our farmers and your health by safely visiting and purchasing from our markets, Doylestown Farmers Market and Wrightstown Farmers Market, for nourishing produce and other food products. 
Wrightstown Farmers Market will stay at The Anchor Church and vendors will be outside on the Church grounds for the balance of the winter market season. Please check the website for up-to-date information

Do your part by social distancing, be prepared for a quick trip, supply your own hand sanitizer if possible (we are asking each vendor to have some as well), be prepared to pre-order and pre-pay for your items with as many vendors as possible. Information on how to do this will be given by each market ahead of time.  If we all work together and all do our part, we can stop the spread of the virus and have our lives return to normal.'

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Farmers' Forum was a Success

Farmers’ Forum: Climate Smart Farming in Bucks County was a Success


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Come Get Your Greens at WFM!

Saturday, February 22nd

Winter Market location
SAME GREAT produce, meat, dairy, bread, soap, honey and prepared foods.
Shop your favorite vendors at 
The Anchor Church
980 Durham Rd (Rt. 413)
Wrightstown, PA (use Newtown for GPS)

Hours: 10 - 12 PM
March 14th and 28rd
April 11th and 25th

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Potato & Winter Squash Mash

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Cooked Greens with Bacon and Mushrooms

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Wrightstown Farmers Market Heads Indoors for the Winter

The Wrightstown Farmers Market announces the start of their Indoor Winter season starting Saturday, December 14th at The Anchor Church, 980 Durham Road in Wrightstown, PA from 10 am – 12 pm. They will also host a Bonus Holiday Market on December 21 from 10 am - 12 pm. The market will then be every second and fourth Saturday from December-April.

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An Environmentally Conscious Holiday

This holiday season, what can I do to protect the planet?

  • If 90% of lights were LED, 7.8 gigatons of carbon dioxide emissions could be reduced by 2050. (Source)


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Help us Support our Small Farmers

Dear Supporter,

This year was a banner year for Bucks County Foodshed Alliance (BCFA). With your help, we were able to make our Small Farm Grant program a reality, as well as continue to fund education, connection, and collaboration about our local food system. This annual appeal is again focused primarily on giving back to our small farmers through that program. A summary of the Grant Program as well as information on three grants awarded, is outlined here. Our goal is to raise $20,000 by the end of 2019 so that we can do more to support Bucks County farmers.

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