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Staff chop vegetables, fry salted almonds, breakWanted: cows to winter and down pork shoulders, calf out. 402-640-8387. roast beets and mix ingredients for the restaurant's vege-burger. Amidst preparations, Chef Jordan Taylor takes a few moments to greet Lee Storo and inspect a delivery of local produce. "What do you think of these carrots," Storo asks, holding up a bunch of robust carrots boasting heirloom shades of white, red, yellow and violet. Below the carrots, more crates are laden with swiss chard, onions, butternut squash, potatoes and heirloom tomatoes; all produce raised locally by members of the Dakota Fresh food hub. Dakota Fresh food hub was organized two years ago to unite South Dakota farmers, like Storo and his wife Mary, who operate Mary's Kitchen and Gardens on 10 acres of farmland north of Beresford, and connect these small farmers with wholesale consumers100% of your When - food markets and restaurants, like Bread retail market and Circus. receives The "Buying from Dakota Broadcaster. Fresh is smarter because When 100% of I amThe Broadcaster is the supporting the local primary medium your retail guy and more often than successful not, thesebusinesses smaller farmers market are have used to reach their doing things the right receives The way," explains Taylor, who customers for over 50 hasyears. Yourentire career spent his Broadcaster Broadcaster. carries more advertising as a chef cooking with than all other local media The Broadcaster is the fresh, local ingredients. combined. And, like primary medium On any given day, 90our customers, percent continue to grow. successful we of the ingredients used in his lunch or dinner businesses menu are locally sourced. have used to reach their As he discusses his menu, customers for over 50 201 W. Cherry St. Taylor casually names years. Your Broadcaster 624-4429 the farmer who raised carries more advertising nearly every ingredient than all other local media 1x8 mushrooms for the veggie combined. And, like our burger were grown in customers, Renner by Jerry Ward of we continue to grow. Hackberry Hollow Farm; the beets and butternut squash used in the beet butternut squash salad are from Mary's Kitchen and Gardens; pork belly was 201 W. Cherry St. purchased from Ashby 624-4429 Natural Pork in Adrian, Why settle for just a slice … Why settle for just a slice … Minnesota; the bread was baked by Dakota Earth in Alcester and the chicken, used in his Moroccan chicken salad, was raised by Free Happy Farm in Brookings. "Buying local is important to me because I don't want to feed people what I don't want to eat," Taylor says. Farm to table right here in South Dakota Initially aided by a twoyear Local Foods Promotion Program Implementation grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) awarded to SDSU Extension in 2015, Dakota Fresh food hub is led by a board of directors made up of its farmer members. "This grant has allowed us to get the infrastructure in place to get this business model rolling," says Kari O'Neill, SDSU Extension Community Vitality Field Specialist When 100% of your who helped administer the retail market grant. "Watching individuals make receives The a profit as small Broadcaster. farmers is really inspiring." The Broadcaster is the Prior to the food hub, many ofprimary medium 17 Dakota Fresh's successful members marketed their businesses own produce and made have used to reach their their customers for over 50 own deliveries. "It can be complicated years. Your Broadcaster for us to get our products carries more advertising than hands of multiple into the all other local media combined. And, like customers on our own. our customers, I did sell to some Sioux we continue to grow. Falls customers previously, but today my sales Why settle for just a slice … Broadcaster 201 W. Cherry St. Broadcaster Press 1x10 Stories you missed this week because you’re not a Plain Talk subscriber W. Cherry St. Coverage of the swearing in ceremony of Steven Jensen as the newest justice on the South Dakota Supreme Court. The ceremony was held Friday, Nov. 3, in the courtroom at the University of South Dakota School of Law. Jensen, a native of Wakonda, has served 14 years as a circuit court judge in southeast South Dakota’s 1st Circuit. An update on the work to remodel a downtown building in Vermillion, to serve as the Vermillion Chamber and Development Company’s office, a retail space for Charlie’s and an open work space. Story and photos following the third annual “She Said Yes To The Dress” wedding fashion show held in Vermillion Nov. 4, to raise funds for the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life. And if you want to see: Coverage of the Vermillion community’s Veterans Day ceremony held Friday, Nov. 10, at Vermillion High School. A story about the planning that is taking place in Irene as that community prepares to celebrate its 125th anniversary next summer. A report following the Vermillion School Board’s regular meeting, set for Monday, Nov. 13. Pick up this Friday’s Plain Talk! Local news since 1884! Here for you yesterday, today and tomorrow. have increased substantially because the food hub streamlined our marketing allowing us to focus more on production," explains Kristianna Gehant Siddens, an Astoria farmer who raises culinary and seed garlic as well as grassfed lamb. The system she references allows her to bring her garlic to a local aggregation point - saving her precious time to focus on the demands of her farm. It also created one point of contact for farmers and those wanting local produce, increasing efficiencies for farmers as well as those buying wholesale produce. "It really makes things easier," says Rachel Saum, Produce Manager at Co-op Natural Foods, an organic, When 100% of your natural and whole foodsretail market receives grocery store that serves The Broadcaster. about 2,000 customers The each week.Broadcaster is the primary medium Saum explains that the successful food hub sends her an ebusinesses have used listing their mail each week to reachwhat customers for over 50 years. produce is Broadcasterlocally available carries Your from 17 farmers. "I send an more advertising than all e-mail back and getmediadeother local one combined. And, more livery. It makes for a like our customers, efficientwe continue to really system - it's grow. worked well for us." Prior to Dakota Fresh, Saum would need to St. 201 W. Cherry contact 12624-4429 to 15 individual growers to access the produce she can now access through one e-mail. Carnaval Brazilian Why settle for just a slice Broadcaster 1x5 Grill's Chef, Nicholas Dakota Mushrooms and MiSkajewski, echoes Saum's crogreens from Sioux Falls. comments. "I was sourcing "It's nice when you can local before the food hub, build a relationship with but it wasn't easy. I would the person growing the have to drive to the Farmingredients. I asked Dan a ers Market downtown and while back if he would also hope I got there before eve- grow portabellas for me, ryone else or buy from the and he did," says SkajewNatural Foods Co-op," says ski. Skajewski, listing freshness He plucks a few leaves as a large factor for buying of oregano and shares anlocally grown produce. other story. The Beresford "There is such a differherb producer, Tammy Anence. First, visually; the drews, employs members color of fresh vegetables from the high school FFA that were given time to chapter to help harvest ripen before they were her herbs. "They get a kick harvested - they are out of seeing the herbs vibrant. And, no chemicals they pick end up in one of or hormones were added our dishes that ends up on to give them that natural Facebook." Why settle color," he explains. "When Getting to know the conthey were just picked the sumers of their produce is for day before, or even that just a slice a bonus benefit to her garmorning, you get a much dening business, says Mary When 100% flavor." more true, earthy of your retailStoro. "We have been doing market receives Recognizing that many this long enough that we The Broadcaster. who dine at the locallyhave gotten to see our cusThe Broadcaster is the owned Brazilian restaurant tomers' kids grow up," she primary medium appreciate locally-sourced successful businesses says of the Farmers Market have used to inproduce, Skajewski reach their and CSA (community supcludescustomers for over 50 years.ported agriculture) side the name of farmers who raise the produce of her business. "Building and the South Dakota relationships with custom201 W. Cherry town where it was grown St. ers is another way this 624-4429 throughout the restaufood hub is completely rant's diverse salad bar. different from a truck that "As a local business, backs up to the door and supporting local businessfood that is delivered by its 1x4 es is key for us," Skajewski driver, not the farmer who says. grew it. It's important to The face of fresh us as an organization that Like Taylor, as Skajewski we continue to grow those slices into a mushroom, he relationships." acknowledges its grower, Dan Rislov, owner of Broadcaster 624-4429 1x6 Broadcaster adcaster Press 624-4429 Broadcaster Press 5 November 14, 2017 www.broadcasteronline.com Sunset Manor Avera is now accepting applications for the following positions to join our excellent team of caring professionals: RN/LPN Charge Nurse Full-time position available Certified Nursing Assistant $500 Sign On Bonus Hydro Yankton (formerly Sapa) is hiring qualified individuals who want to work and are able to lift up to 50 pounds on a regular basis. These positions are full time and include both night and day shift openings. Hydro Offers: · A very competitive compensation package paid weekly · Shift differential for nights · Excellent benefits package at affordable cost for both singles and families · Monthly profit sharing Full-time or part-time positions available · Company paid life insurance, short and long term disability · 10 paid holidays · 401k with company participation · Company sponsored retirement plan (fully vested after three years of service) Interested candidates, please apply in person or by mail: Attn: Amanda Potts, HR Manager 2500 Alumax Road, Yankton SD  57078 Email: Amanda.Potts@hydro.com Hydro is an Equal Opportunity Employer where all phases of employment are strictly based upon the qualifications of the individual as related to the work requirements of the positions. This policy is applied without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, or any other category protected by law. Laundry/ Housekeeping Full-time or part-time positions available To apply go to Avera.org or contact the Personnel Office at Sunset Manor, Irene, SD at (605)263-3318 Full-Time Evening Shift Positions Available (Hours: 2:55 p.m.–1:30 a.m., Monday–Thursday) CNC Machinist Associate degree and CNC experience preferred, but willing to train the right manual machinist for CNC equipment. Quality Assurance Welding Inspector Inspect company and purchased products to insure compliance with job orders, purchase orders, blueprints, and customer or engineering standards and specifications. Administer Company’s internal welding certification program and serve as primary resource for internal welding training. Willingness to pursue AWS Certified Welding Inspector Certification. Part-Time Facility Janitor (4 hours per day, 4-5 days per week) Routine janitorial and general labor duties. Must operate floor sweeper and forklift. 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