Ozaukee Living Local Newsletter, September 2012

Happy Anniversary to the Ozaukee Living Local newlestter!

This month marks the 1 year anniversary of the Ozaukee Living Local newsletter, when the first issue of Port Washington Living Local was released, then later expanded to include local food efforts in all of Ozaukee County.

Check out the latest edition of the newsletter to find out about local upcoming events including an exciting event for the foodies out there – the 7th Annual Taste of Wellspring, which features¬† fantastic local chefs preparing delicious dishes with the food from Wellspring’s own organic farm. There will be something for everyone – including vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free! For complete details, please visit the Wellspring website. The September issue also features details about the upcoming Growing Power conference, articles about the Wonders of Living Food, and some tasty recipes for your fresh corn and carrots!


Be sure to visit the Transition Ozaukee website to learn more about their mission to transition to a more localized and sustainable future, or to subscribe and have the newsletter and latest blog news delivered right to your email box each month.


Are you looking for inexpensive advertising? Ozaukee Living Local currently goes out monthly to a mailing list of 75 via email, 100 copies in print around Ozaukee County, and is also available online at Transition Ozaukee and PortFish.org.

Let’s help each other grow! Ads are roughly 2 1/4″ square or 2 1/4×3″ horizontal or vertical and are only $10/issue! Ads must be received no later than the 15th of each month prior to the month of publication and must be approved by Transition Ozaukee prior to publication. If interested, please click here to send an email to Transition Ozaukee for more information!


This newsletter is published monthly, with the goal of bringing attention to local food. You can download and view the September 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.

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