How cute is this? Here are some photos of little Sky Jisha, 3-years-old, daughter of our local farmer Kent Jisha at Texas Daily Harvest in Yantis, TX. She’s modeling the Jisha’s locally grown broccoli rabe and green leaf lettuce/red leaf lettuce that we’ll be including in this weekend’s co-op style produce shares. Let’s be honest though – all we want to know is, does Sky come with it?
Billi Ryan from our Addison location said her son Braden quickly became friends with the gigantic local purple-top turnip in their produce share. “He won’t let me cook it!” she says. He carries it around the house.”
That’s our boy, Braden. It’s never too early for the little ones to go ORGANIC!
The latest in Urban Acres swag…100% organic tshirts for the free-range toddler in your life and super-soft organic baby onesies!
Both the tshirts and onesies are:
- Ethically sourced
- 100% organic
- Made by local vendor FreeLisa
Come down to our store to grab a few – perfect for last-minute Christmas gifts or stocking stuffers.
Today, we were paid a visit by our farmer friends Steve and Kristine Orth of Eden Creek Farm in Blooming Grove, TX. And they didn’t come alone – they brought their slew of fuzzy farm animals, like Tater Tot the pig! We love it when our customers get to meet the farmers face to face.
We had so much fun at last year’s Urban Acres Holiday Market that we’re doing it again this year…
Join us for our Second Annual Holiday Artisan Marketplace
at our Urban Acres store in Oak Cliff
Saturday, December 15th from 10am-3pm
1301-B West Davis St, Dallas, TX 75208
We’ve invited our favorite local craft and food artisans to share their goods in our fun, community-based setting. Each artist will showcase handcrafted artwork or artisanal foods that we just know our Urban Acres friends will appreciate! We’ll also have hot beverages and delicious food samples for you to try!
If you’ve been wanting to come down to Oak Cliff and visit our store, this is your chance. Pack up the family and grab your friends. See you soon!
Do you love dyeing Easter eggs but don’t want to use yucky chemical dyes? Well, come to Urban Acres on Sunday, April 1st at 3pm to learn how to dye Easter eggs naturally! Chef Nicole Van Camp will teach participants how to use vegetables and spices to color Easter eggs without using food coloring or other chemicals. Cost is $5 per adult participant, and you can bring one child free with each adult who registers.
CLASS IS FULL AS OF 3/23/12. Thanks to everyone for your interest!