Get Your PHX team are supporters of efforts to make businesses and homes more sustainable, and quickly. So, they are always happy to see people like Chef Danielle working hard and putting their personal resources on the line to push the envelope.
Get Your PHX provides personal guidance from start to finish when buying or selling your home. They will help you build a strategy to reach your goals, applying their knowledge of market trends, along with data analysis. Get Your PHX is dedicated to Phoenix and has a desire to tell the world that there are some great things to do and see here! Discover more local goodness on the Get Your PHX blog.
We are pleased to announce this year’s Phoestivus Poster Contest! To celebrate our exciting milestone (10 Years), we’re inviting the community to design this year’s poster.
We’re asking local artists to design the Phoestivus poster with a prize of $250.00 paid to the winner.
Open to everyone, this is a community wide creative opportunity, regardless of age or experience. The deadline for artwork is midnight, Monday, October 7, 2019. A jury will review submissions.
Click here to read contest rules and instructions. See past event posters below, including our very first Phoestivus poster ever!
Applications close October 7th, vendors will be notified by October 13th.
Please support our efforts to collect items for care packages. Phoenix Public Market is teaming up with Go Wasteless and Arizona Friends of Homeless to create care packages for distribution within our own community in downtown Phoenix.
We need your help! Here’s what you can do:
Suggested items for donation:
Double Up Food Bucks Arizona is turning 3! Help us celebrate with a special offer for Double Up Food Bucks customers. For the month of August only, there will be NO LIMIT on Double Up transactions. This month help us celebrate by taking home even more fresh fruits and vegetables, dried beans, and food-producing plants and seeds.
Typically when customers spend $20 of SNAP/EBT at participating locations, they are matched with an extra $20 of Double Up tokens/currency per day.
Take the #HBDdoubleupAZ photo challenge
During the month of August, we challenge our customers to post creative photos incorporating our Double Up AZ temporary tattoos.
It’s easy to enter:
New Growth for the Open-Air Market
Community Food Connections hires a new market manager.
Community Food Connections (CFC) hired Amanda Wilson as market manager to oversee the operations and functions of the weekly farmers market. Before moving to Phoenix, Amanda worked for the Flagstaff Downtown Business Alliance. Amanda brings experience running events and directly supporting small businesses.
Amanda will be at the weekly farmers market to ensure a great shopping experience. She’ll work directly with the Executive Director on projects to expand the market’s offerings; including educational workshops and family programming. Amanda will help develop small business resources and strengthen vendor support.
World Refugee Day honors the strength and courage of refugees and encourages public awareness and support for people who have had to flee their homelands because of conflict or natural disaster.
Around the world, communities, schools, businesses, and people from all walks of life are taking big and small steps in solidarity with refugees. This World Refugee Day, we challenge everyone to join together and take a step with refugees. We encourage you to meet the market families, hear their stories, and support their businesses.
Join us Saturday June 22nd for a special market highlighting the many market refugee families and their stories. Event details here.
Read more to discover each family’s story.
World Environment Day, celebrated in June every year, is the United Nation’s principal vehicle for encouraging awareness and action for the protection of our environment. This month we’re focusing on reducing our waste impact by diverting reusable and recyclabe items from our landfills.
Have questions about the differences between store bought versus farmers market fresh eggs? Wondering what’s better, cage-free versus free-range? We’re here to help you navigate your choices when buying eggs.
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