Tuesday, February 4, 2020

The Mother Lode Exchange - Feb 4-10

Indoor, Year-Round!

Eat Clean, Nurture Your Body, Shop Local, Connect with Your Community

Open Every Wednesday and Saturday 11am-3pm

Introducing something new at the Exchange.
Starting March 7th...





(Weather depending)

Hand milled wheat, homemade sourdough, super fresh!

Hot & Ready in 4 minutes!


Resonance of Light
Valley Springs, CA

A variety of amazing herbal products for comfort and health. Plus handmade jewelry and more!


Roasted Sunchokes and Carrots

Ingredients: (local and organic when you can)
  • 24 baby rainbow carrots, trimmed and peeled
  • 1/4 cup (2 fl. oz./60 ml) extra-virgin olive oil
  • Sea salt, to taste
  • 3 lb. sunchokes, washed and cut into 1 1/2-inch (4-cm) pieces
  • 2 Tbs. honey 
  • 1 to 2 Tbs. Champagne vinegar

Position 1 rack in the upper third and 1 rack in the lower third of an oven. Preheat the oven to 425°F (220°C).

In a bowl, toss the carrots with 2 Tbs. of the olive oil and a pinch of salt. In another bowl, toss the sunchokes with the remaining 2 Tbs. olive oil and a pinch of salt. Let stand for about 20 minutes.

Arrange the carrots and sunchokes in a single layer on separate nonstick baking sheets. Transfer to the oven and roast for 10 minutes. Stir the vegetables, then rotate the baking sheets from top to bottom and 180 degrees. Roast for 10 minutes more and stir again. After 20 minutes, the vegetables should be almost done; they should be soft but not falling apart and still have a little bite to them. Continue roasting as needed, checking and stirring every 5 minutes.

Transfer the hot vegetables to a bowl. Add the honey and 1 Tbs. vinegar. Adjust the seasoning with salt and vinegar. Serves 8.

Recipe by Brett Cooper, Chef, Outerlands, San Francisco


Delicious, seasonal produce!

The Mother Lode Exchange
is an Earth conscious organization.
We know you love our PLANET too!
Let's all do our part.

"It is estimated that at least eight million tons of plastic waste is added to the world's oceans each year.

Plastic can remain in the environment for over 1,000 years before it begins to decompose.

And if we continue at the rate we're going, studies predict that by 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish by weight.

As many as one trillion plastic bags that are produced each year are discarded after 15 minutes of use."



Think about how much petroleum is needed
to produce all of this plastic...

That's why we would like to encourage our awesome customers to bring your own reusable produce and shopping bags. Our vendors will also be working towards using less plastic packaging.

"It's up to us to make this thing last."

-Leah Smith

Don't Forget Your Bags!
Make it your goal for 2020!


Robert's Pizza Oven joins us on Saturdays with handmade oven-fired pizzas ready in 4 minutes!

Lucy's Spice Box offering her super HEALTHY and convenient, locally sourced, take-away lunches on Wednesdays.

Casa de la Pradera offers homemade breads made with organic flours and jams with organic fruit. Spiced walnuts, quince 'membrillo' (candy), and dried persimmons.

Resonance of Light with herbal creams, salves, jewelry and more.

South River Lavender offering lavender bunches, handmade soaps, lavender essential oil and fresh bouquets.

Winterport Farm with pasture-raised Beef.

Butte Mountain Farm will be there with lots of fresh produce, eggs, soy-free chicken and dried goods.

Pancake Power Foods with her organic baking mixes, spices, and breads.

PT Ranch offering whole pastured chicken.

Upcountry Farm with local, organically grown and delicious seasonal vegetables.

Sierra Herbal Wellness with a host of herbal teas.

Sacred Flores offers intuitive sessions, goats milk soaps and metaphysical supplies.

Two Women and a Farm has homemade soaps, flower wreaths and herbs.

Blue Belle Farm with delicious and naturally made seasoning and treats.

Herbal Med Rx offering a variety of organic herbal products.

Majestic Oak Farm has olive oil, duck eggs and seasonal produce.

Kneading Dough Bakery with breads made with organic flours, Free-range and pasture-raised eggs fresh from a neighboring farm, with no added preservatives.

Frank's Basque Family Farm and their fresh frozen lamb, lamb jerky, and organic red wine vinegar.

Also featuring local artists:
Bee Inspired Toys
Mountain Girls Gold Mine
Sutter Creek Creations
Gray Horse Studios
Joan Winter
Autumn Andahl at Sierra Oaks Ranch
Shilpa's Notions


All items are made/grown locally with love and are focused on organic and sustainable living.

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See you at the market!


Mother Lode Exchange
Community Market



The Exchange has OPENINGS and we are looking for NEW vendors! A place to sell after the seasonal farmer's markets end. Here is what we need: hot coffee and tea vendor, produce vendors, artists, massage therapist, food to-go, cottage food vendors, or other businesses geared towards natural, sustainable and organic living. Join our community and encourage healthy living. The Mother Lode Exchange is a year-round, indoor farmer's market, open every Wed and Sat, 11am-3pm.

Thank you for all of you support so far!

Now Located at the Historic Chichizola Store,
1324 Jackson Gate Rd in Jackson.


Mother Lode Land Trust for making this possible.

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P.O. Box 1836
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