The Sitka Local Foods Network has a new logo this year, and that means it’s time to put it on a tote bag.
Our new tote bags will go on sale for $12 each with this week’s produce, which will be for sale from 5 p.m. on Tuesday through 8 p.m. on Thursday on the Salt and Soil Marketplace, http://www.saltandsoilmarketplace.com. Those tote bags ordered during the week can be picked up from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at our produce pick-up event at St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm (by the See House, behind St. Peter’s By The Sea Episcopal Church, 611 Lincoln Street). The tote bag sales help support the Sitka Farmers Market and other Sitka Local Foods Network efforts each year, such as growing local produce, connecting people to garden education, and sparking entrepreneurs with the Sitka Food Business Innovation Contest.
The bag is 10 ounces of durable cotton (so you can wash it), and there is a wooden button so you can close the bag to keep items from falling out. In addition to using the bags to haul your Sitka Farmers Market produce purchases, you can reuse it when you shop for groceries. They are a great way to help reduce plastic waste when you shop.
Our new logo was created by Alyssa Russell and Lisa Gilardi of The Hullabaloo Studio, under consultation with the Sitka Local Foods Network board of directors.
We still have about 25-30 of our 2019 Sitka Farmers Market tote bags left for sale, and they are available for $10 each when you order from Salt and Soil Marketplace. These make great gifts, and they can handle a lot of groceries.