November 2020 Newsletter






Chicago Market Newsletter - November 2020

Thanksgiving Pop-Up Market

Choose local this Thanksgiving with Chicago Market!


We've partnered with several farmers and producers to bring you a selection of gorgeous and delicious items. Order on our website from each farmer or producer and don't forget to RSVP for pickup on Sunday, November 22nd from 1:00pm-3:00pm. 



Chicago Market Harvest Boxes - On Sale Now!

The To Market, To Market team, in conjunction with the Thanksgiving Pop-Up Market, is thrilled to bring you the latest curated offering from Hazzard Free Farm, Pecatonica River Honey, Wind Ridge Herb Farm and Gretta’s Goats. Andy Hazzard and her friends have put together some of their favorite fall products filling these festive Harvest Boxes. The Harvest Box offerings can help fill your table or would make a thoughtful housewarming gift of local specialties to take or send to family and friends during this Thanksgiving season. Click here place your order today!

Apple-ween Results

We just wrapped up our Apple-ween Seedling apple and cider sale and are thrilled with the results - 83 orders, for a total of:

  • 105 lbs of Macintosh apples
  • 130 lbs of Jonagold apples
  • 104 half gallons of cider

And, we had a few leftovers and shared them with the firemen and EMTs just down the street from us, who were excited to get the treats. 

We hope you got some apples and made something delicious like this apple gallette our Board member Jonathan shared on Instagram. Your Co-op is making a big sales impact even now, helping farmers like Pete at Seedling move their goods in a very tough year.

And if you missed it, we've got his cider again at our Thanksgiving Pop-Up Market - order now. 



News from our Business Owners

Collective Resource Compost has reached another milestone: 7000 tons of organics diverted from the landfill since 2010! They're grateful to the hundreds of Chicagoland residents, businesses, organizations and faith communities that have helped in recovering resources to help mitigate climate change.



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How Can You Support Your Co-op Now?

While the Board continues to work with the CTA and our consultants on the operational side of things, Owners can help with the Funding and Organizational side by Leveling Up your Ownership to the Cultivating level; 
donating or pledging a loan; volunteering; and by sharing your enthusiasm for your Co-op with your friends and on social media.

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