LCFM

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LCFMLane County Farmers Market (Eugene, OR)
LCFMLiquid-Fed Ceramic Melter
LCFMLesser Curvature and Fundus Myotomy
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"Fill Your Pantry" bulk-buying event co-hosted by the Willamette Farm and Food Coalition and the Lane County Farmers Market; stock up on locally grown and raised foods so you can eat local all winter.
The county survey put the square on Mulligan's donation land, but county commissioners soon shifted it to its current location, consisting of what is now the Park Blocks, the Wayne Morse Free Speech Plaza, and the southern half of the county's butterfly parking lot, which seasonally houses the Lane County Farmers Market.
The city would pay the costs to redesign the City Hall property as well as a year-round Lane County Farmers Market structure and public square located on the southern half of the butter fly lot.
Lane County Farmers Market - Eighth Avenue and Park Alley.
The two entities would partner on a permanent structure for the Lane County Farmers Market on the southern half of that lot.
Lane County Farmers Market - 30 covered stalls totaling 9,000 square feet, 90 open stalls covering 39,000 square feet, restrooms, storage and bicycle parking.
The land swap being discussed could impact the future locations of Eugene's new City Hall and the county's new courthouse, as well as a potential year-round Lane County Farmers Market.
The other three projects to be funded by the urban renewal district are an expansion of the publicly owned high-speed fiber network downtown; building an open-air pavilion or covered structure for the Lane County Farmers Market; and converting the former Lane Community College building on Willamette Street into an "innovation hub" to nurture new businesses.
The land is across Shelton McMurphey from the Stellaria Building, which houses Hummingbird Wholesale, The Lane County Farmers Market and other businesses.
Winter Green Farm sells produce at the Lane County Farmers Market on Saturdays, but Overbaugh said he's not concerned about losing business to Whole Foods.
Under both scenarios, some space on the butterfly lot would be dedicated to a new year-round Lane County Farmers Market.
"And you can be just as wasteful dragging your feet as you can making a bad choice." IF YOU GO What: Eugene City Council and Lane County Board of Commissioners will discuss options involving proposed new City Hall, proposed new county courthouse and proposed new Lane County Farmers Market structure When/where: 5:30 p.m.