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Mint Creek is a Stelle-r Farm!

GSM: How’d you get your start in the business? Raya Carr: Our business started as a hobby farm with the mission is to restore the Illinois Grand Prairie eco-system and to offer a sustainable, nutritious, and humane livestock farming model to be an example of why our society should turn away from conventional farming. I have personally continued with our family business because I believe so strongly in striving to restore a better relationship with our food and farming production as Americans, the community created around farming in the greater Chicago area, the creativity and problem solving required by farming, and for awe of and love for animals and our natural ecosystems. GSM: What was yo

Sunday Stroll Anyone?

Come to the First Annual Wine Stroll, Sunday, September 11 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. You are warmly invited to stroll Rogers Park’s famous cobblestone arts district and sample over 60 different wines, all while supporting Glenwood Sunday Market’s vitally important Food Access Programs. Generous hosts and sponsors, Rogers Park Provisions and Rogers Park Social, have arranged for a variety of vendors and brand representatives to be onsite throughout the event to guide you through the tasting process. You can expect to sip everything from bubblies to reds, whites and roses as well as some unique options like vermouth and sparkling sake! Tickets are just $20.00 in advance and $25.00 day-of.the even

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