Dear Locavores, 
It may be chilly outside but there are plenty of opportunities to participate in the local food movement! Also, w e are excited to welcome Kim Shkapich as a new member of the BFBL team (many of you may know her as Lola from Lola's Local Food Lab). 2020 looks to be an abundant year for local food!
Happy Eating,
Becca & Kim

Winter Farmers' Markets

The Orleans Indoor Farmers' Market is in full swing the 1st and 3rd Saturdays, from January to April
at  70 Route 28, Orleans
Nauset Middle School Cafeteria. Market is open 9am- noon.

Falmouth's Mahoney's Winter Market starts up January 18, and open every Saturday, 10 AM- 2 PM, until March.

Get a CSA!

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has become a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer. 

The Wellfleet Chick Koop is running a winter CSA that includes local eggs, hot sauce, and cheese! Full and half shares available. Contact Victoria and

Hang with Chicks

At Orleans'  NewFarm  it's time to order chicks!!  Check out their many varieties that will be available for pick-up starting in March. Also, check out their many supplies from home brewing to seeds!

Plant Work Shop

Exploring the art and craft of plants from handmade botanically infused goods to naturally dyed textiles at Plant Work Shop's many workshops happening this winter . Up next is indigo dyeing!

Work those Mussels

Get creative with all of those mussels we find scattered across our Cape Cod beaches! Scenic Roots is holding a mussel shell wreath workshop, January 23rd. 

Save the Date for the annual
Children's Garden Art Exhibition!

On  Thursday, January 30 at 4:00pm   Sustainable CAPE will host the annual Children's Community Garden Art Exhibition at the Truro Public Library. 
The 2020 show, Seeding Our Future, is a great opportunity to celebrate the new year with the young artists of the Cape. Brighten your day with growth and creativity. All are welcome!
Take our Survey!

It has been some time since we have sent out a survey regarding access to local food. Might you give us three to five minutes of your time to answer some simple questions?We would also appreciate it if you might forward this to others in your inbox who are equally passionate about local food and our community of growers and producers. Your responses and feedback will help us expand programming through grants and other partnerships.