The Logan Square Farmers Market partnered with LINK Up Illinois to provide coupon vouchers for LINK card holders who purchase produce at the winter market.
From May through October, a distinctive, medium-sized school bus painted in funky blue patterns by local artist Nick “Sick” Fisher is parked on the gravel lot on the southeast corner of Milwaukee and Kedzie Avenues. When I stopped to talk to Meghan Fueston, a co-owner of the bus that serves as a mobile vintage clothes store, a… Continue Reading
The pears are practically falling out of the sky at this time of year, and the bees are buzzing on honey to fuel their survival.
If riding a bike to the Logan Square Farmers Market on a Sunday, there’s no need to worry about finding nearby bike parking. Thanks to the group known as Logan Square Bike Valet (and Chicago Bike Valet), you can find free bike parking at the western entrance of the market — the southwest corner of Kedzie Avenue and… Continue Reading
A major focus for Growing Home is job training for Chicago’s underserved Englewood neighborhood.
This edition’s market recipe comes in honor of the upcoming event on Oct. 15, in West Humboldt Park, hosted in partnership with Logan Square Farmers Market, Silent Funny, Metro Farms, Real Food Media & Chef in the Hood Ramona Baptiste.
LoganSquarist has teamed with the Logan Square Farmers Market to provide readers with a recipe every week based around the offerings of a farmers market farmer, producer or vendor.
This recipe comes by way of Farmers Market neighbor and supporter, Anne Peloquin, of the Logan Square Dinner Share.
Having owned his property for 39 years, Jim Armstrong has been growing lots of fresh and beautiful produce for a long time.
Farms are dripping with abundant yields. It’s prime time to scoop up all of the best of the veggie harvest of the season for this lavish but simple Labor Day weekend plate!