July 21, 2017
The Salt & Soil Marketplace is open for orders in Juneau!
Dear Juneau Members,

The order cycle is OPEN for the Juneau Salt & Soil Marketplace. Members who would like to pick-up in Juneau can visit www.saltandsoilmarketplace.com to shop and make orders.

The order cycle will close on Tuesday at midnight, and orders can be picked up on Thursday between 4:30 and 6:30p at Hooked Seafood’s (2315 Industrial Blvd, Juneau, AK 99801). Read more about the weekly order cycle HERE.   

The vendors of the Salt & Soil Marketplace continually update the products they have available, be sure to check back throughout the order cycle.
What's for Sale this Week?   
This section highlights what our vendors have posted this week, check back on www.saltandsoilmarketplace.com for updates on what is available. Place your orders by Tuesday at midnight! 
  • Dried Seaweed 
  • Cucumbers (picklers and slicers)
  • Apple Mint 
  • Basil
  • Chamomile
  • Lemongrass leaves and stalks
  • Mesclun Mix
  • Watercress
  • Peashoots
  • Zucchini
  • Swiss Chard
  • Chicken Eggs
  • Duck Eggs
  • Jams and Jellies
  • Infused Honey
  • Mustard
  • Kelp Salsa
  • Soaps and Salves
  • Frozen halibut, rockfish, lingcod
  • Farmers Choice (potatoes, carrots, zucchinis, garlic scales)
Vendor of the Week: Alaska Coastal Seaweed
Alaska Coastal Seaweed was formed out of the love of the ocean. Tommy & Theresa of Alaska Coastal Seaweed raised their children in remote SE Alaska, harvesting, gathering and learning about the many different species of plants available. Their mission is to nourish the body and soul  by harnessing goodness from Southeast Alaska waters and bringing all the health benefits and everyday nutrition from seaweed directly to you and your family, to enjoy in the form of delicious snacks and seasonings. 

Alaska Coastal Seaweed operates under an aquatic plants permit from the Alaska Dept of Fish and Game. They hand pick seaweed at its prime in waters away from any city or village. We gather small quantities of seaweed from established areas throughout Southern Lynn Canal and Chatham Strait, collecting data on seaweed health, growth and variety to share with Alaska Dept of Fish and Game to help with the sustainable harvesting of our aquatic plants. Their dried seaweed is minimally processed within 24 hours of harvest to capture the nutritional benefits and then slow roasted to enhance flavor. 

Check out their Alder Smoked Nori Flakes, Dried Nori Snacks, and Dried Fucus.  A great snack or addition to any meal! 
Have a great weekend! 
Colin Peacock
Market Coordinator, Salt & Soil Marketplace
The Salt & Soil Marketplace | 907-302-3841