Friday, January 30, 2015
   
Lifestyle Locally Grown

Pull This Wool Over Your Eyes

Pull This Wool Over Your Eyes

Even though Illinois is a long way from Iceland, that unique little island in the North-Atlantic where America meets Europe in a literal geological sense, the Marks family have been bringing a little of the country’s culture to the tri-state area for almost a decade – and they’re far from sheepish about it. Meet HolliBerri Icelandics, a small farm that specializes in raising Icelandic sheep for their meat and wool.

Lifestyle, Locally Grown | By Barbara Sue Schubert

Stop and Smell the Garlic

Stop and Smell the Garlic

Garlic has become a very unique staple in the Don and Angela Adams’ home in Cassville, WI, this year. And this is just the beginning.

Lifestyle, Locally Grown | By Barbara Sue Schubert

Make Your Holiday Food Shopping the BEST EVER

Make Your Holiday Food Shopping the BEST EVER

What could be a better time to visit your local winter farmers’ markets than around the holidays? With plenty of fresh seasonal produce, cheese, eggs, homemade and hand-crafted items, baked goods, and organically raised beef and lamb, it really is the perfect place to stock up on holiday needs and even find some very unique gift ideas.

Lifestyle, Locally Grown | By Barbara Sue Schubert

Organic Valley

If a company is going to make a difference in today’s world, it’s going to have to think differently. At Organic Valley, their philosophy and decisions are based on the health and welfare of people, animals, and the earth. They are a mission-driven cooperative, owned by family farmers, and who have been leaders in organic agriculture from the very beginning.

Lifestyle, Locally Grown |

Thanksgiving Weekend Isn’t Just About the Turkey

Thanksgiving Weekend Isn’t Just About the Turkey

With all due respect to the Thanksgiving holiday and the over indulgence that day presents, it seems it has also evolved into the official Christmas holiday trigger that signals the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping and all the festive celebrations that mark the event. For most people, Thanksgiving also comes with a four day weekend as well and a chance for tri-state area destinations to vie for more tourism opportunities and community events to spotlight and promote their holiday ventures.

Lifestyle, Locally Grown | By Barbara Sue Schubert

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