The latest edition of Ozaukee Living Local is filled with great local events for November. If you are looking to stay on the healthy eating wagon during the holidays, Slow Poke’s Local Food in Grafton has some great classes coming up to help you enjoy the festivities without getting off track. Also included in this issue are two healthy Thanksgiving side dishes sure to be a hit, as well as an article on re-localizing our economy – sure to make you think! Plus, get ready! This Saturday, November 3rd, kicks off the first Port Washington Winter Farmers Market of the season. Ozaukee Living Local offers more information about what to expect there, as well as a spotlight on one of the fantastic vendors. You can download the issue below.
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This newsletter is published monthly, with the goal of bringing attention to local food. You can download and view the November issue by clicking the link below.
Special thanks to the editor of Living Local, Port Washington resident and local blogger for the Port Washington Community Voice, Mary Boyle.