The Grange Food Exchange and Community Potluck takes place at the Grange on the 4th Sunday of the month.
The purpose of the Grange Exchange is to give members a regular space to barter and/or sell and buy produce and products made from their gardens and local farms to create a resilient local food culture, economy and community. For regulatory reasons, only Grange members and their guests may participate in the Grange Exchange. You do not have to have something to trade or sell to participate. Several farmers prefer to sell their products with only a small amount of trading. Be sure to bring cash to buy items for sale by other members.
The Grange Exchange typically features grass-fed beef, lamb, pork, rabbit and stewing hens, eggs for sale and a good variety of fresh raw goat's milk cheeses, as well as cottage cheese from raw cow's milk. There are fruit leathers from dried local fruit, sun-dried tomatoes, dried mushrooms, gluten and grain free crackers and a wide variety of fermented products such as sauerkraut, fruit chutney, kombucha, kefir and more. Liquors, cookies, and pies also show up. Although each trade/sell action is unique to the individuals involved, a pint is typically valued between $5-$15. We welcome more crafters, plant growers and cooks of all ages.
Please bring a favorite dish and join us for another delicious Grange Community potluck after the Exchange!
Pre-Order before the next Grange Exchange!