Around the West Michigan Blogosphere: Nourish Edition

First of all, congrats to Nourish Organic Market! I haven’t made it over to the store yet, but I have enjoyed their selections in the past when I saw them at Trillium Haven Farm, Grassfield’s, and I even had a delivery once. I’m so glad it’s its own store now. Check them out for a gorgeous array of amazingly delicious, seriously healthy, beautifully handcrafted foods. What else is news?

This weekend, Robinette’s celebrates its centennial with a picnic under the maples.

See what’s in season at Fulton Street Farmer’s Market via The Rapidian.

Read about my foraging class with Lisa Rose Starner over at my other blog, The Local Cook. (or read her most recent article, Harvesting your own hyper-local apothecary, also at The Rapidian.)

Don’t forget to check out the events calendar and classifieds while you’re here.

For even more reading pleasure, check out the links on my sidebar to other West Michigan blogs.

Got something to share? Feel free to link up!

On to the link up!

Natural Living Moms and Eat Local West Michigan will be hosting a weekly link-up every Thursday. So if you blog about local businesses, deals, etc, etc, please feel free to link up below!

*Linky closes one week from today. So if you have other posts coming up in your blog schedule you’d like to link, feel free!

But before you do, let’s cover the ground rules. Unfortunately link ups such as this are getting watered down with stagnant traffic. In order to make sure this doesn’t happen please make sure you:

  1. Link to a specific, recent post relevant to the West Michigan area. This can include things like reviews, general discussion, tips on buying locally, events, etc.
  2. Link not to your homepage, but directly to your post.
  3. Make sure to include a link to this post! Collaborating with bloggers is a two-way street, we’re showing links to your site, make sure you link to this post and let your readers know what it’s about. (or simply copy and paste this at the bottom of your post: What to find out more about what’s going on locally? This post is linked to the West Michigan Link-Up at Eat Local, West Michigan!, where you can see what everyone else is up to!)
  4. Please publish your post with the above mentioned link to NLM. So going back in every once in a while and adding it isn’t a major cause for concern, but y’all…….then the link to NLM never hits your subscribers.
  5. Not mandatory, but if you’re looking to help increase the traffic for us local bloggers, read the other posts and share then via social media and sites like stumble upon. That’s just good blog kharma that will come back ten fold.


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