Did you have a bumper crop of potatoes this year, but never got around to making any jam? Do you long for a chance to try someone else’s home -grown handiwork or would like some more variety on your pantry shelf? Come and participate in the 7th Annual Harvest Barter Fair hosted by the Swap Sisters. On Sunday November 10th we'll be swapping the season's bounty at the Lakeview Union School in Greensboro from 2-4pm. Bring items that you have grown, preserved, baked, or raised to swap with neighbors. Items will be swapped on a one for one basis. Bring items with an estimated value of $5, or $5 increments. For example: a quart of canned tomatoes, a jar of jelly, a bag of tasty baked goods, a large winter squash, a pound of frozen meat, a bag of tea or other herbal product, tubers or house plants. Please label your items with ingredients. Come and participate whether you have a little or a lot to share, and bring a friend. People of all ages are encouraged to participate. This could also be a good place to find homes for items like extra canning jars. Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 755-6336 for more information.

The Swap Sisters offer home-grown swaps of information, skills, seeds, plants, harvest bounty and more in the greater Hardwick, VT area. We believe in the power of homegrown solutions when facing big corporate-created crises. We seek to foster local independence based on neighborly interdependence.

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