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“All eating is communion, feeding the soul as well as the body. Our cultural habit of eating 'fast food' reflects our current belief that all we need to take into ourselves, both literally and figuratively, is plain food, not food of real substance and not the imagination of real dining.” — Thomas Moore, Ph.D.
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Artemis in the City Website is Under Construction!

Posted: Sun, Sep 5, 2010
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

The Artemis in the City website is currently under construction! My web developer and I have recently gotten back to work on the website. We are making some final edits that have been on hold and we are working on finishing a few missing elements.

You probably have noticed some changes over the past couple of weeks along with a few things that might have looked strange to you. Please bear with us as we make these changes. If you notice anything that does not look good in your browser, please contact me to let me know.

The design of the blog archives was recently edited to reflect the final design. Moving forward, if you would like to view blogs written in previous years, you will need to click on each blog year in the light green sidebar panel on the right in order to view the blog articles from that year. If this is not clear or does not work in your browser, please let me know.

The member profile page will also be designed soon! In the meantime, if you have not signed up for a free Artemis in the City account, please click here to read the instructions. It is very important that once you sign up you go to your email box to confirm your account and retrieve your temporary password. If you need assistance or have questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Farmers Market Update, News Articles, Photos and Video

Posted: Sun, Sep 5, 2010
By: Danielle Heard, MS, HHC

To all my readers and friends, it has been a very busy spring and summer. So busy that I have had to take the past several months off from blogging and my newsletter. I can't believe that it is already September. I will do my best to catch you up!

2010 can be considered my year of the farmers market! In February 2010, I joined with a group of people in my hometown of Longview, Texas to form the Historic Longview Farmers Market. The first three months were spent developing the board, the board bylaws, the market application and rules and regulations as well as the logo and the website.

Because bringing fresh, local, sustainable food to my hometown community is so very important to me, I took the lead on researching area farmers, contacting them and acquiring them for the market. In just two months we grew from five vendors to 20 vendors that rotate in and out of the market. This is remarkable since these farmers are not wholesalers but are all high quality small independent farmers who truly love to farm and are conscious of how they are growing their crops and making their products.

On Saturday, May 15, 2010, the market opened with a sell out success! Joycelyne Fadojutimi of the East Texas Review and Bob Hallmark of KLTV Channel 7 News both attended to report on the market opening. I would like to thank both of these reporters for doing such a great job of covering the story. To read the East Texas Review article "Eating, Living Well," online click here or download the newspaper pdfs page 1 and page 2. Watch the video of Bob Hallmark's story below. (read full article and view photos and video)

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