Sandhills Farm to Table Returns This Spring

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One of the things that helps get me through the doldrums of winter is thinking about warmer weather and spending time outside in the garden and enjoying fresh fruits and veggies. Although it may not seem like it now, spring will be here before you know it. The good news is that even if you are not someone that grows your own garden, there is still an easy and convenient way to enjoy fresh, healthy, local, and delicious produce each week right here in our community.

Sandhills Farm to Table Cooperative is returning to town this April with fresh fruits and veggies grown by farmers right here in the Sandhills region. Strawberries, sweet corn, asparagus, blueberries, tomatoes, lettuce, peaches, and more will stuff the early Sandhills Farm to Table Co-op (SF2T) produce boxes, available by subscription on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. Grown by the family farmers of SF2T, a community-owned Cooperative supporting over 35 Sandhills producers across an eight-county region, SF2T brings to your table the freshest and very best in locally harvested produce with a motto of “Neighbors Feeding Neighbors.”

Become a part of “Neighbors Feeding Neighbors” through Sandhills Farm to Table and support local agriculture. Sign up today to receive fresh and local produce from Sandhills farmers and producers. Sandhills Farm to Table subscriptions are available online at Sandhills Farm to Table or by calling 910-722-1623.

Bill Stone is the County Extension Director for North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Lee County.