Year of Co-op Tree Planting
Please join us this Saturday the 28th for a tree planting event. In conjunction with The Watershed Center Grand Traverse Bay and the Grand Traverse Conservation District, help us plant a variety of trees on Traverse City-owned Brown Bridge Quiet Area land. To celebrate the International Year of Co-ops, Oryana is purchasing young trees and we are asking member-owners to join us in planting them.
What you should bring:
- work gloves
- a bag lunch
Oryana will provide a beverage and snacks.
We will be meeting at the Brown Bridge Quiet Area Boat Launch, 3408 Brown Bridge Rd. Traverse City, and carpooling to nearby locations as needed.
Please RSVP by calling Customer Service at 947-0191 (So we will know how much food to bring!)
Help us leave a wonderful legacy of trees for future generations to enjoy. See you there!
Member Appreciation Days this Tuesday and Wednesday
Member-owners, come and take advantage of 10% off everything in the store.* Shop one or both days. Seniors get an additional 5% off on Wed. We will also have prizes, demos, and you can meet some of our community partners. Not a member yet? Join and save! *Beer/wine & preorders excluded
Note to members: PLEASE have your scan card ready when you check out, rather than ask the cashier to look you up. This will facilitate a faster check-out for everyone.
New Health Tours Coming Up...
Interested in learning more about how you can shop for a particular health concern? Sign up for one of our informative shopping tours. Heart Health, Weight Management, Eating Gluten-free, Love Your Gut and others. Learn more.
Upcoming Educational Series - Restoring Digestive Health, Part 1 and 2
Thursday, May 17 and Thursday, June 14
Grace Episcopal Church
Free and open to the public.
Details coming soon.
Action Alert - Ask Stabenow to protect Michigan Farmers
Ask Senator Stabenow to protect Michigan's farmers and consumers by co-sponsoring two important farming bills: the Packer Ban and the Livestock Marketing Fairness Act.
Michigan's independent livestock producers have it rough. Decades of bad food policy has forced them to "get big or get out." These two bills in the U.S. Senate would help to improve conditions for them.
Senator Stabenow has yet to co-sponsor either of these bills. Send her an email and let her know that you want her to be a leader for Michigan's consumers and independent family farmers. Take Action.
Grass Point Farms 2%
and Whole Milk
Grass-fed dairy is rich in Vitamin D, Omega 3, and CLA, from happy, wandering cows.
Greek Gods Yogurt - New Flavors
Honey Vanilla, Honey Strawberry, Honey Blueberry, Vanilla Orange. Sinfully creamy and smooth.
Quote of the Week
"The destiny of nations depends on the manner in which they feed themselves."