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Thursday, Apr. 10th - 2:15pm - Sally B John

Welcome to Fresh Stop!! We will be back with our regular, twice a month, Saturday morning Fresh Stops starting in June. Stay tuned for information about our annual kickoff dinner in late May.

Between then and now, we'll be providing grass fed beef once a month and will let you know more about the March meat sale when details have been arranged. Hamburger and stew meat are $6 a pound for higher income folks and $3 a pound for lower incomes. Soup bones are at $3 and $1.50 per pound.

There are no upcoming Fresh Stop events planned for this Fresh Stop group. We will be in touch!

Ordering for the season is closed. We will be in touch when you can order again!

Share Pickup Address

Tabernacle Presbyterian Church
418 E 34th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46205

What is a Fresh Stop Share? A  variety of beautiful, fresh, seasonal, sustainably grown fruits and vegetables, purchased directly from local farmers. 

Where do I pick up my Fresh Stop Share?
between 10am and 11am
Tabernacle Presbyterian Church
418 E. 34th St
Indianapolis, IN 46205

 

Note: You must pick up your share during the pick-up or your produce will be donated.

Payment for a Fresh Stop Share is due by midnight, the Sunday before the Fresh Stop.

 

For more information call: (317) 923-5458 or email sallybjohn[at]gmail.com

How does buying a Fresh Stop Share address food inequality? If you're low-income, our sliding-scale pricing makes fresh produce affordable at half the price. Check the scale below to see if you qualify. If you are higher-income, your participation makes produce affordable for low-income families.

How does buying a Fresh Stop Share help the environment? Vegetables from grocery stores typically travel a long way from a farm to the store. This travel uses fuel and can affect global climate change. By learning to enjoy seasonal local vegetables we can do a small part to reduce climate change. Also, industrial farming, which is the norm for grocery store produce, typically uses fertilizers that require energy to produce. Even many organic farms import fertilizers from great distances. We strive to find farmers who are local and practice sustainable farming.

How does food relate to my faith? When we contemplate the communion table, we find that the ordinary is sacred. It's a place where rank and class can be lessened for a time. The Fresh Stop gives us a chance to act as good caretakers for Creation, while cultivating good relationships with each other.  Our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit.  We should care for them to the best of our ability and eating a more healthy diet is a great place to start!!