...dig into the newspaper box to the Maine Sunday Telegram from this past Sunday, Aug 14, and pull out section A. On page 11 there is a big ol' coupon from Hannaford, offering $2 off any "Close to Home" produce item. Yup, that means when you are in the produce section of Hannaford (we don't need to be there much at this time of year, do we? I admit I still need my avocados and bananas... I digress) you look carefully for the nifty stickers under the item labels for another label that says "Close to Home" which alerts you to the fact that that item was grown nearby. I'm not an extreme couponer but $2 off gets my attention. And this time I used it to buy a beloved product: organic arugula grown 100 yards from my front door. Really.
You can read an outdated but nice article about this farm here.
Now, what can I make out of that plastic box it comes in?