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Stock up on staples and specialty gifts at Ithaca holiday markets

first_img ITHACA, N.Y. – Still planning a Christmas menu or checking gifts off the list? Holiday markets at Press Bay Alley and the Ithaca Farmers Market this week will offer all the fixings for a feast and handmade crafts for last-minute shoppers.The Press Bay Holiday Market will run from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 20, with more than 25 vendors. Stock up on locally sourced staples like vegetables and poultry, or liven up the feast with specialty goods from “wine flour” to kimchi. Sweets from goat milk fudge to homemade marshmallows will be for sale, and beer and cider will be available from multiple vendors.In addition to food, the market will feature local gifts like skincare products, knitwear, sheepskins, and jams. The shops at Press Bay Alley will remain open during the market too, including Press Cafe, Bramble, and Amuse: Modern Cottage Industry.From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 22, the Ithaca Farmers Market pavilion will be open for the last outdoor market of the year. The holiday market will feature a spread of foods and crafts, as well as live entertainment: the 21st Annual Rutabaga Curl. While root vegetable Olympians hurl their ‘bagas toward the bullseye, onlookers can browse booths of local wares or enjoy hot food and drinks from the market’s regular vendors.Produce from Blue Heron Farm at the Ithaca Farmers Market. (Kelsey O’Connor/Ithaca Voice) Produce from Blue Heron Farm at the Ithaca Farmers Market. (Kelsey O’Connor/Ithaca Voice)Here’s a complete list of confirmed vendors for the Press Bay Market: Tagged: event, holiday market, ithaca farmers market, local food, press bay alley Your Arts & Culture news is made possible with support from: Devon Magliozzi is a reporter for the Ithaca Voice. Questions? Story tips? Contact her at [email protected] or 607-391-0328. More by Devon Magliozzi Bespoke Apothecary at Dead Dog Farm: Skin care, tinctures, medicinalsBottomland Farm: Rabbit, pork, chicken, duck, chicken eggs, duck eggs, winter squashBright Raven Farm & Apiary: Honey and honeycomb, jamCayuta Sun Farm: Pastured pork & poultry [online preorder form: https://squareup.com/store/cayuta-sun-farm/ ]Crosswinds Farm & Creamery: Cheese, beef, pork, veal, eggs, possibly trufflesFinger Lakes Wine Flour: Wine flour, wine flour xmas cards, wine flour pasta, crackers, cookies and cupcakes, gift bagsForget Me Not Farm: Pastured pork, lamb sausages, potatoes, garlic, sunchokesGood Life Farm / Kite & String Cider: Distribution of pasture-raised turkeys, hard cider, ginger beer, switchel. NOTE: Good Life is taking orders in advance for their turkeys (the best way to guarantee getting one!) but will also have them for sale at the market.Gorges Confections: Homemade marshmallows, cookiesHemlock Grove Farm: Organic apples, fresh sweet cider (non-alcoholic), possibly organic chestnutsHeritage Haus Farm: Goat milk fudge, turkey, pork, gluten free baked goodsHi-Bar Gourmet Chocolate: Dark chocolate barIthaca Honey Works: HoneyIthacaDukkahLaughing Goat Fiber: Mittens, gloves, socks, hats, ornaments, made with farm grown fiberLiquid State Brewing Company: Beer in one or more of: 16 oz cans, 750ml bottles, 32 oz CrowlersMacDonald Farms: Naturally fermented pickles, krauts, kimchis, fermented veggies, mustard, vinegar etc.Mama Said Hand Pies: Frozen savory & sweet hand pies, hot pies for eating immediately!Nook & Cranny Farm: Fall vegetables- greens / roots / brussels sroutsPark Hill Poultry: Fresh heritage-breed turkeys NOTE: Park Hill is taking orders in advance for their turkeys (the best way to guarantee getting one!) but will also have them for sale at the market.South Hill Cider: Hard ciderStick and Stone Farm: Apples, kale, collards, roots, brussels sprouts, radicchios and chicories, winter squash, napa cabbage, shallotsVilla Vico Farms: Chestnuts roasted and/or freshWellspring Forest Farm: Dried shiitake, inoculated logs, elderberry extract, maple syrup, lamb cutsWide Awake Bakery: Breads, holiday thingies, cookies, pastry, pasta, granola, etc.Windsong Farm: Lamb, beef, duck, jam, winter squashWindswept Farm: Lamb, duck, tanned sheepskins/peltsYouth Farm Project: Vegetables, onions, potatoes, garlic, kale, brussels sprouts, winter squash, herbs (fresh and dried), pasture raised chicken, jamFor more information about the Press Bay Holiday Market, contact Matt LeRoux at the Cornell Cooperative Extension – Tompkins (607-272-2292).Questions about the Holiday Market at the Ithaca Farmers Market can be directed to their main office (607-273-7109).Featured image: Press Bay Alley market 2016 (Kelsey O’Connor/Ithaca Voice. Devon Magliozzi last_img read more

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Eelpower finds cash for UK storage growth

first_imgUK battery storage developer, Eelpower, has secured an agreement for debt funding with Gravis Capital to grow its pipeline of permitted storage sites and pursue new development opportunities in the UK.The financing agreement with Eelpower is being made through the GCP Asset Backed Income Fund, an investment company advised by Gravis, which focuses on providing financing supported by physical assets and long-term cash flows.Gravis has extended a £20 million financing facility to aid the company’s plans to build, own and operate a fleet of grid-connected batteries, according to Eelpower.Mark Simon, Chief Executive of Eelpower, said: “The Gravis investment in Eelpower’s battery storage business underlines the scale and investment strength of our current portfolio, and the growth potential of Eelpower and indeed the battery storage market in the UK.”Gravis’ decision to support Eelpower follows the November 2017 commissioning of Eelpower’s 10MW Leverton battery storage facility near Lincoln, and March 2018 announcement that it had co-located battery units at two low-head river hydro schemes in Yorkshire – owned and operated by its sister company Barn Energy.The Leverton storage facility was Eelpower’s first storage project to be commissioned in the UK – the company secured a Firm Frequency Response contract from National Grid in October 2017, and had already entered into a fifteen-year T-4 Capacity Market contract starting in October 2020.Philip Kent of Gravis said: “We are delighted to have completed the financing arrangement with Eelpower to enable the company to continue to develop its pipeline.”last_img read more

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Queen Champions Women As “Agents For Change”

first_img Sharing is caring! Share News Queen Champions Women As “Agents For Change” by: – March 14, 2011 10 Views   no discussions Tweetcenter_img Share The Queen has just issued her traditional message. This year it focusses on women and describes them as “Agents for Change”.She explains that, 26 million girls are born in the Commonwealth every year, which equates to one per second. Carrying the idea further, she points out that, during the service at Westminster Abbey today, which she will attend as Head of the Commonwealth, nearly four thousand girls will be born. Reflecting on the recent centenary of International Women’s Day she almost directs her many Commonwealth governments to do more to support women and their capacity to contribute.Here is the text:“Last week, on the 8th of March, we marked the hundredth anniversary of the first International Women’s Day. The idea of having a women’s day was first proposed against the backdrop of the rapid industrialisation of the early twentieth century. From small beginnings, this idea has grown to become a widely recognised way of celebrating women around the world. While some people use this day to acknowledge the love, admiration and respect for women, others use it to remember the great social and political strides made both by and for women in the last hundred years. There is no right or wrong approach.“In the Commonwealth, every year, 26 million girls are born; and this equates to one new baby girl arriving almost every second of every day. In the time it takes to hold the Commonwealth Observance Service at Westminster Abbey, nearly four thousand girls will have been born in Commonwealth lands. And every one of these births marks the start of a new life, a journey which begins with the hopes of parents, families and communities, and which is continued through the aspirations of those girls themselves.Source: Sky News Sharelast_img read more

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