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In this region of the Delaware Valley, alongside the


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As a long line of trodden earth, this repair. And with just a bit of rainbow- feel the panorama of your magical
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history. Originating as a guide and southward in the canal just the same. no right or wrong; a simple doing “The footsteps of the human
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marked and manipulated throughout are one of the lucky many that find From the ancient Lenape Indian
its time by man and nature alike. Since themselves on this pathway of old, to the current biker or pedestrian on this trail and so to the
the 1930s, it had fallen into ill repair take a moment for the following: following the water’s flow, the Delaware river’s edge.” — A. FETTERMAN
due to decades of erosion and neglect. While walking along this path, simply and its famous sidekick, the towpath,
However, beginning around 2000 – look down to the tip of your own toe are among one of our region’s most
through ongoing revitalizations effort by and with a slow gradation keenly peer celebrated and precious resources.
As an artist with over 40 solo shows,
the hands, hopes and money of many – up towards the horizon. Take in all its The footsteps of the human spirit
Alan Fetterman has traveled much
the towpath had again become a vital glory. Feel the water that flows, and be have been firmly planted on this trail
of the globe as a Kay scholar from
passageway for locals and visitors alike. receptive to that which nature allows. and so to the river’s edge. If by chance
the University of Pennsylvania. He is
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a recipient of the Philadelphia Sketch
2004 and 2005, the towpath again to gaze upon the waterside inns, homes family or friend, or very much alone –
Club Medal of Honor and is the first
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“Bucks County Artist in Residence.”
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MUSIC

You have sometimes been called a personal experience. It’s a collective


an “angry feminist.” Is there any experience, an inheritance.
accuracy to that? My mother was one of many
BY LELA CASEY
In the beginning, I felt like I was generations of women who worked
justifiably angry about the things that extra hard their whole life, and was
suck in society. I had this repeated never really seen. She was working
experience where, for my first 15 years, long hours and then coming home and
everywhere I showed up, the dudes doing all of the cooking and cleaning
A Less Angry who worked the show would look at and most of the childcare. She was an

Ani
me and say, “I thought you’d be taller.” architect, she went to MIT, and she was
It translated in my head as, “I thought the first woman in her class. Still, it was
you’d be scary. But you’re goofy and an uphill climb for her. Her anger was
little and smiley.” handed to me. And I had to exorcise

DiFranco
There was a feminist outrage that some of those feelings through my
came through my writing. But I wasn’t own body, through my own life.
ready to settle for this caricature of me
as an angry person. How has being a mother changed
Lately, I’ve been more ready to accept you as an artist and a feminist?
that anger was part of the equation. But The overwhelming experience of being
Defines Success on Her Own Terms I see it largely as my mother’s anger. a mom for me is creative prevention. It
Anger on those levels is something that feels sometimes like the kids stand in the
children can inherit. Anger is not just way between me and my guitar. That was

Since she was 15, Ani DiFranco has been


singing her truths onstage. Her more than
20 albums have all been highly received
by both music critics and fans alike. And
yet, despite her successes, DiFranco has
often been cast as an angry, man-hating
feminist. She opened up about defying
labels, vulnerability, motherhood, and her
devotion to social activism.
Photos courtesy of GMDThree

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MUSIC MUSIC

excruciating at first, and sometimes it still going, “Oh my God, thank you. Me
is. But it also opened up this space for me. too.” That meant so much more. The
And that space has given me a lot more encouragement always outweighed
perspective than I used to have. On that the discouragement.
level, I’m grateful to them.
I hear from a lot of parents that How was this album different than
becoming a parent really makes them others you’ve created?
check in with the state of the world. Most of my music-making and life
But that’s something I’d always been is very solitary. But, after all of this
tuned into. The kids give me a balance stuff happening in our country, I just
against all of that. A sense of “Let me want company. I want community,
just put it down and watch the grass I want comrades, and allies and I want
grow and do something repetitive to be part of something. So, I invited
and silly for two hours.” the world in for this record – it was all
But there are still times when I’m about community.
stooped over the sink, doing the
dishes and I’m being the typical wife You are known for your political
and mother, and I think, “Whoa, if my activism. How do you choose what
audience could see me now, they’d be to focus on?
shaking their heads.” Since Election Day, I’ve been sort
of harping to anyone who will listen
Has there ever been a time when you that Trump is the shadow side of what’s
felt like you went too far in exposing actually happening. And now, when
your vulnerability in your music? we see these incredibly eloquent, aware to you do something good and you learn you exist, but can I just push back against
More so in the beginning. I’d write young people stepping up and speaking something through it and you make that frame for my success?” Because
a song and think, “This is so bad I’ll their truths, it’s like here it is – this is a connection. Those connections make I want to represent that success is really
never play it for anyone.” Then I’d make actually what’s happening. you both stronger. My new record, “Binary,” doing what you’re meant to do and being
myself play it anyway. There are these Our society is beginning to is about just that – relationships. a self-realized person, whether or not you
hurdles of standing behind your own appreciate its true strengths, which are get the affirmation, let alone paid. If you
truths that have to be jumped. Once you diversity and inclusion. We have to stay What is your idea of success, and are fully in your body and in your life
practice that, it becomes easier. hopeful because it really is a moment have you achieved it? and your purpose, you are a success.” | r
I’ve received a lot of criticism for of transformation. I feel successful. I have more than
putting things out there, especially in If you don’t know what to do, do enough in this world, in every way – Ani DiFranco’s May 8 show at The
the early 90s – people who were fearful something small. Look around, find not just comfortable financially, but Queen in Wilmington, Delaware will be
of my honesty, and trying to shut it someone doing something awesome, appreciation. People have given me opened by Brooklyn Duo Gracie and
down. But more than that, I got people and help them. You help the guy next so much back in return for what I’ve Rachel, who were highlighted as one of
put out. NPR Music’s 2018 Slingshot Artists.
There was an article in “Ms.” many
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“Haven’t you noticed Lisa Levin’s photographs are an ode to


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Levin found her way to photography


while taking walks in Peace Valley Park
“I’ll look back at a picture,
in Bucks County.
“I would run into a man – William
and I’ll remember the way I
Culp,” recalled Levin of her initial felt the day I took it.”
encounters with the gentleman she
would later know as a great local — LISA LEVIN
photographer. “He would be walking
with his dog, a tripod, and a giant
camera, and I’d say, ‘Oh, what did you
take a picture of?’”
He told Levin that she, too, should
get a camera, and though she hadn’t taken
a picture since the 1980s, she bought
one, and discovered a new channel of
expression for herself.
As a Middle School English teacher,
avid reader, and book lover, Levin once
had aspirations of writing fiction, but
found it wasn’t the medium best suited
for her.
“I know the logistics of putting a story
together and I can pass, grammatically,
any test, but the heart and soul that’s
needed, it just wasn’t in me – it wasn’t of birds, trees, flowers, and I still don’t “Haven’t you noticed that words can where Lake Galena in Peace Valley Park
coming out,” explained Levin. a lot, but I know more than I used get you in trouble, and pictures can’t?” was, and it’s a thing, and it’s right here!”
But her collection of photos captures to know,” she said. “I can name the said Levin. “You’re shooting pictures Levin also likes to spend time taking
something of the narrative that eluded 10 most common birds or five most of a beautiful waterfowl scene – it’s photographs in Honey Hollow in Solebury
her in her writing. common trees.” mallards and geese and a swan floating Township, the watershed and National
“It’s the story that I’m unable to Levin believes that most outdoor by, and there’s plastic garbage, and no Historic Landmark dedicated to the
write,” Levin said. photographers are environmentalists matter where you are there are always conservation of wildlife, bird-watching, and
Every picture Levin takes tells its by nature. remnants of humans, and it’s always trash – education, and in Bowman’s Wildflower
own story. “The majority of people I meet, they cigarette butts and plastic are the things Preserve, with its 700 native plant species,
“Each day is its own special story,” she really know outdoors,” she said. “They I see the most, and it’s just so sad to me.” as well as the Aark Wildlife Rehabilitation
observed. “I’ll look back at a picture, and really know cameras, and they really For Levin, capturing spoiled scenery and Education Center in Chalfont.
I’ll remember the way I felt the day I took love to help and share their knowledge. visually is more comfortable than “I’m finally knowing Bucks County,
it, and maybe a circumstance or a cute They’re very aware of the world around attempting to write about it. and I’ve lived here my whole life!”
mannerism of an animal or an interaction them, and they really care about nature “I take a picture of it, and what are Levin exclaimed. | r
with a stranger, or a bad one, or sadness.” and animals, and in their own way, I you going to say?” she observed.
Levin has also learned much about think they’re really environmentalists.” Levin’s photography has also led her Instagram:
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through her photography. a theme that Levin believes can be right in her own backyard.
“As an English teacher working with powerfully expressed in photographs “I’m discovering all these things I Flickr:
kids on fiction, I didn’t know the names in a way words can’t. didn’t know,” she said. “I didn’t know flickr.com/photos/146552072@N04

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THE METHOD
BEHIND THE ART OF
SEAN CARNEY
Sean Carney’s paintings look traditional, but closer examination
reveals a different story. Something else is going on. It’s Carney’s
use of a Dremel tool and Minwax wood stain that creates pieces
that sometimes even elude gallery owners who ask, “Is it oil? Is it
acrylic?” This is precisely what Carney wants his art to do – pique
interest, and get people asking questions.

Since childhood, art has been an renovation. Using some leftover wood
integral part of Carney’s life. stain, he did a painting of his newborn
“My mother was a really big believer son, and used a Dremel to carve it out.
in the arts,” he explained. “Some parents “I said ‘okay, this is kind of interesting,’
kind of push their kids into sports. My and I put it away for a while,” said Carney.
mom pushed me into art right away. He continued to paint with oils and
Ever since I was little, she kept telling watercolors, eventually showing his
me she wanted me to be an art teacher.” work in a gallery in Philadelphia. It was
Carney’s journey to wood stain there that he found himself competing
paintings was born of constant with the many talented oil and
experimentation with different media. watercolor painters, and felt he needed
“I’ve always been the type to make art to find something different, something
with whatever I can get my hands on,” that would make him recognizable.
he said. “I wanted to put myself in my own
Carney discovered his current category, so I decided to go back and
medium while working on a home try that wood stain again, and now I

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been the type
to make art
with whatever
I can get my
hands on.
SEA N C A RN EY

don’t think I ever want to paint with for him at Lawrence High School, where Carney says he’s learned more in the “I paint New Hope and Lambertville
anything else,” remarked Carney. he teaches art. Carney feels that working past three years between painting on all the time because the streets are so
From start to finish, he enjoys the on a painting there has made him a his own and watching Leipzig than he beautiful, it’s just picturesque,” he said.
entire process of working with his better teacher because his students see did in all his years of schooling. While Carney shows his work in Cape
Dremel and wood stain. him sticking to the process every day. He “He breaks so many of the rules that May and Hudson County in New Jersey,
“I like the way it soaks into the emphasizes to his students that artistic I was taught not to,” Carney said of and in Delaware, he would love to find a
wood, the way I scrape away at it with success has everything to do with hard Leipzig. “I was always taught that you gallery closer to home, like Lambertville,
the Dremel, and I can layer it,” Carney work, not just innate talent. work the whole composition at one N.J., or Doylestown, Pa. His work can
observed. “I like where the Dremel has Much like one of his mentors, the time. Don’t use blacks, or if you do, use currently be seen in the Cerulean Arts
carved away and causes an angle that’s accomplished Trenton-based realist it at the very end. So I didn’t use black Gallery and Studio in Philadelphia,
a little brighter, and shines where the painter Mel Leipzig, who is an artist-in- for a very long time, and now I do.” Hardcastle Gallery in Delaware, the soon-
recessed areas are, but you have to get residence at Lawrence, Carney always Carney’s passion is realism – to-open Triumph Brewery in Red Bank,
close and look at it.” prefaces his teaching by telling his representational art. Trained as a N.J., and at Soma New Art Gallery in
Carney paints every single day. In students, “If this is how you want to do it, portrait painter, he considers his work Cape May from June 2 thru July 1. | r
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of artists, and knew since she was a young fine art classes with her graphic art and a combined focus on the classical
child she would pursue her passion for art design business. education of art and the understanding
as a career. Art classes in drawing, watercolors, of the mediums.
She earned her BFA in Fine Arts and oils, acrylic and pastels are offered four “Education comes first, style comes
Communication Design, and continued days a week, including two classes on later,” observed McCafferty. “I take time
to expand her education with classes in Saturdays at the Koi Studio, and off-site to explain to my students why they
life drawing and graphic design. at outdoor locations, as well as some are doing things from a scientific view
“I am one of the lucky ones who knew upcoming summer workshops. of the paint or medium being used.”
what I wanted to do my whole life, and McCafferty’s classes include students McCafferty is also involved in the
am able to have a career doing work from ages nine to 99, some specific to community, teaching classes to seniors
I love,” explained McCafferty. children or adults, and some with mixed at Pine Run Community Center on
She started her career with a ages. She believes mixed-age classes Wednesdays.
prominent ad agency in New Jersey offer the students the opportunity to “It is a great honor to see art
while freelancing, and has produced gain different perspectives and energy bringing joy to my students at Pine
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Designers and landscape artists were busy since March


transforming the structures and gardens of Cedaridge Farm
into a work of art. Every single room of the three-building
property was renewed, reconstructed or enhanced.

I
t’s all part of Bucks County Designer 2018 Designer House Chair. “The
House & Gardens, the Village hospital has been recognized as top
Improvement Association of in the country for their heart care, and
Doylestown’s largest fundraiser. Since it’s important for us to help keep them
1971, the VIA has been sponsoring this providing that high-level care.”
popular event to unite the community “One of the ways they’ll be able to
around beautifying a local property do that is by building a new heart and
and supporting the health and welfare vascular center,” she continued. “This
of Bucks County residents. The project is a big project, requiring much funding.
brings in more than 7,000 visitors per So, it’s important to us and the community
year. This year’s event will be particularly that this year’s event is a success.”
meaningful, as it features a unique home In order to ensure that success, the VIA
and supports a notable cause. was adamant about choosing the right
“One of the things we’re most proud home. After a long selection process, they
of at the VIA is that we established decided on Cedaridge Farm. Area 6 – Vintage Dreams
the Doylestown Hospital in 1923, and A former Mennonite dairy farm, Lori’s Funky Junk Decor
continue to govern it,” said Kathy Krick, Cedaridge Farm is located in scenic

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of character to the house. In the dining


room, the stones come up the wall and
then arc up onto the ceiling.”
There are several other notable features
in the main house. In the kitchen, the
countertop is made of copper and the
appliances are all hidden, giving the room
a rustic, old-fashioned feel. In the master
bathroom, an enormous tub resembling
a zinc horse trough draws attention. And
underneath the home rests a cozy beer
basement, an area that the designers have
been especially excited to enhance.
Much of the unique charm of
Cedaridge Farm is due to its owners.
Proprietors Derek and Carolyn Fell
both have an eye for beauty. Derek
has written over 100 books on gardens
around the world, and Carolyn is an
artist who designs gardens and creates
silk flowers. She used her extensive
knowledge to assist in transforming
different areas of the property.
Area 14 – La Salle de Bain “Every acre of land and each room Area 26 – Budapest Beer Cellar
Lisa Lazarus Interiors & has something special to offer,” observed Liza Miller Ltd., Floor by Carol Nagel
A Room With a View Krick. “And we were fortunate to find Decorative Painting
designers who were excited about
designing each of the many rooms.”
Tinicum Township. The property spans While designers typically stick to “The biggest yearly event is the gala when Aside from attending tours or events,
over 20 acres of meadows, streams, their own area of the house, the flow of the completed home is officially revealed,” another way to be a part of Designer
woodlands, and well-manicured gardens. the finished product is also considered. Krick explained. “We erect a tent to throw House is to volunteer. Community
Meandering nature trails, a garden “After the designers and landscapers a huge party where people can eat, drink, members can help guide tours, sell
gazebo and a bubbling waterfall all add have presented their design boards, dance and support an amazing cause.” designer decor, or serve treats at the
to the property’s charm. we line them up and consider ‘Does This year’s gala will be held on April 27. Waterfall Café located in the barn.
The interior of Cedaridge Farm is this work? Is it going to flow? Will the Other opportunities to tour the home Whether as a volunteer or a guest, a visit
no less inviting. The farmhouse, the colors complement each other? Will will be a “Meet the Design Team” event to Cedaridge Farm is a rewarding and
1950s ranch house, and the gardener’s the completed house be representative on May 10, “Salute to the Troops” event inspirational way to be part of bettering
cottage each have features with which of all the different tastes that people May 26–27, and daily guided tours the Bucks County community. | r
the designers were enthusiastic have?’” Krick said. from the end of April until the end of
about working. Traditionally, the results of their May (tickets are $35 per person at the 595 W. State St.
“The main house was built in 1790, collaboration have been well received. door). There will also be two Wellness Doylestown, PA 18901
and is quite beautiful,” Krick remarked. The house-revealing events are heavily Wednesdays (May 9 & 23), during which
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Stockton Market Brings


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BY LELA CAS EY
PHOTOGRA P HY BY ELIJA H ST. A M A NT

New York City-based art consultant Gary Snyder has enjoyed


the best that urban life has to offer. Culture, fine dining, and
high-quality organic foods were all readily available to him.

B ut the hectic pace of the city became


overwhelming, and Snyder and his
fiancée, Natasha Nepveu, longed for the
“Natasha is a Culinary Institute
of America-trained chef who worked
at some of the best restaurants in the
peace of the countryside. They envisioned world,” explained Snyder. “We used
a place where people could enjoy the best her expertise to set the groundwork
of Manhattan amid the slower pace of for the food at the Market. She started
small town life. In October 2017, Snyder out by launching Toast in the Market,
and Nepveu set to work creating their which featured open-faced specialty
vision in Stockton, New Jersey. sandwiches, salads, and gourmet
Today, Stockton Market is a premier quiches. It’s been very successful.”
destination for locals and tourists Besides Toast, the Market houses
seeking gourmet meals, local farm over 20 vendors, each delivering their
products, high quality art, and top-notch own unique contribution.
entertainment, all nestled in a scenic “It’s a very thought-out market,”
location beside the Delaware River. Snyder noted. “Each vendor has their

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own story, their own history, and we


want to honor all of that. As a manager,
I want to respect them, hear them, let
them do what they do best.”
One of the more popular stands
“People come
at the Market is The Kombucha Bar.
Owner Marie Bogroff has combined
here and enjoy
her passion as a foodie and “health
scientist” to create delicious and
hot breakfast
healthy Kombucha tea.
“There is a high level of care and or lunch with
scientific interest in everything Marie
does,” Snyder remarked. “Each month, excellent coffee,
she brings new flavors to the Market,
combining delicious and nutritious!” or take out
Visitors who come for the Kombucha
will be delighted by all of the other some amazing
many offerings the Market provides.
“People come here and enjoy hot products.”
breakfast or lunch with excellent coffee,
or take out some amazing products,”
GARY SNYDER
Snyder said. “They buy produce, including
some of the best grass-fed steaks in the
area, honey, cheese, and bread.”
“If they decide to eat in, they
can relax here and enjoy food from “We’ll have Sweet Melissa’s Pastries to complement the wine. We’ll have beauty of the Delaware and all the great
Metropolitan Seafood & Gourmet, one and sandwiches from Toast that will charcuterie with cheese or pates and history,” observed Snyder. “My goal is
of the best seafood restaurants in the include things like farm fresh eggs from other gourmet items. We’re planning to make the Stockton Market the reason
state, or have amazing Texas BBQ, Blue Moon Acres, smoked ham from to build a real stage and continue to that people come here to enjoy all we
handmade Mexican food, or pastries Manny’s and cheddar from Highland up the quality of the music.” have to offer.” Snyder concluded.
from Sweet Melissa Patisserie, voted Gourmet,” added Snyder. “So, even Another future plan for the Market By offering a broad range of high-
best bakery in New Jersey,” Snyder if the entire market is only open three is to create a supper club. On Thursday quality food, entertainment, and
continued. “They can also indulge in days a week, we will always have nights, guests will be treated to fixed- community, the Stockton Market is
our wood-fired Market pizza, which uses a representation of the best food price family-style meals with specially well on the way to becoming the key
local ingredients from Market vendors.” that each vendor has to offer.” curated food from around the Market. destination for travelers looking for
As the Market grows, Snyder But it isn’t just food that draws These dinners may eventually include the best of urban life in the picturesque
envisions even more collaboration folks to the Market. There is a gallery some type of seating chart, which will suburbs that Snyder and Nepveu
between vendors. displaying world-renowned art, live strategically place diners near other envisioned. | r
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B
ucks County native Charles “We feel a lot of other advisors base community and solid relationships with but continues to offer a personalized
McNamara III started his value on assets, where we base value on local families and business owners. As approach to financial planning, with
career with a large firm, gaining relationships,” explained McNamara. a part of the mission of focusing solely high-level corporate expertise based
expertise in all levels of financial services, “We work for the client only, allowing on the situation of each individual in a boutique culture of client-based
consulting and wealth management, and us to avoid a commission-based sales client, a new team member, Jonathan consulting.
eventually becoming a manager. While system that can be fueled by corporate Childs, was recently added. A graduate “Everything we do is transparent,
he enjoyed the industry, McNamara incentives to boost the sales of products.” of West Point and a former officer in the so the client knows up front about
felt he would be more fulfilled working Exceptional customer service and U.S. Army, Childs joined the financial any fees, and we pride ourselves on
one-on-one with individual clients in individualized account management services industry in 2013, and uses his the integrity of the services offered,”
a more relationship-based approach to are the top priority at McNamara expertise in helping both civilian and said McNamara. | r
financial planning. Financial Group. active-duty veterans in business and
In 2011, he founded McNamara “With innovative and secure wealth personal services. He is also active with 450 East St., 2nd floor
Financial Group, where he serves as management technology software we local community organizations like the Doylestown, PA 18901
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FOOD & DINING FOOD & DINING

BODHI MARKET

Bringing Local
Organic Food Right
to Your Door “Our first priority is
BY ELIJA H ST. A MA NT providing the community
with the highest-quality

B
odhi Market is focused on For the past eight years, Flood had fresh and nourishing
ensuring their customers receive been running the east coast region for food available.”
top quality organic produce, while a Colorado-based company, Door to
minimizing waste and encouraging Door Organics. He gained experience
healthy diets. through management, connecting M AT T H E W F L O O D

From hand-selected box collections with farmers, purchasing produce,


of produce to custom organic menus and project management. Operating
catered by in-house health coaches, across 14 states, Flood worked his way
they’ve taken strides toward bettering up to becoming the regional director,
the industry for local farmers. Bodhi overseeing the entirety of Door to
Market is quickly becoming a staple in Door Organics’s east coast operation.
Pennsylvania and New Jersey’s health His partner, Dan Acker, joined the
food industry. Thanks to Matthew Flood Door to Door Organics team soon
and Dan Acker, who spearheaded this after, bringing with him years or prior
online farmers market delivery-based experience in the industry.
company, eating healthy in the home In late 2017, Door to Door abruptly
has become simple and efficient. announced their closing, opening the
“Good food, organic food, and door for Flood to venture forward into
cooking are in my blood,” said Flood. developing and starting Bodhi Market
“Our first priority is providing the in his home town of Bucks County.
community with the highest-quality “We wanted to bring it back home,”
fresh and nourishing food available.” said Flood. “My employees just lost

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their jobs, and families lost their food


service. Bringing organic delivery
back can provide immediate support
in the community both by creating “We like to say Bodhi
jobs and feeding families. When life
Market is “Groceries with
gives you lemons, start an organic
food delivery business.” Good Karma” because
Staying true to the earlier grassroots whether your work for,
ideals behind Door to Door Organics, shop with, or are a farmer/
he and Acker were able to build vendor with Bodhi Market
a business focused on sourcing from
you can feel good about
local farmers, supporting those in
need of food, and giving back to knowing your involvement
the community. is doing good for the
“There is a misconception that just community and
because food is labeled organic or the environment.”
natural, that means it’s also small farm,
small batch, and artisanal,” observed
Flood. “This is not the case. Organics M AT T H E W F L O O D
can be large factory farms just as much
as conventional, but without the sprays.
‘Local’ means supporting a sustainable
economy, and healthy environment.
M AT T H E W F L O O D | DA N A C K E R
Small farms need support or they will
be pushed out by the bigger guys.”
Bodhi Market created a platform to sell relationships with local farms, they are “We like to say Bodhi Market is need. On top of that, Bodhi Market has
high-quality, organic and locally-sourced able to open the door for both consumers ‘Groceries with Good Karma’ because created an option for subscribers of
food to consumers who otherwise may and providers alike. whether your work for, shop with, or are their weekly boxes to opt out of a week
not have access. Thanks to customizable Bodhi Market currently delivers from a farmer/vendor with Bodhi Market, where they may be on vacation or not
boxes, artisanal breads, grass fed meats, the Lehigh Valley to Philadelphia, and all of you can feel good about knowing your need the food, and donate that box to
organic produce, artisanal grocery, and Pennsylvania east of that. They also cross involvement is doing good for the a family that does.
recipes created by their in-house health into New Jersey, servicing Phillipsburg, community and the environment,” Bodhi Market offers several
coaches, eating healthy and affordably Flemington, Hopewell, Princeton, Camden Flood explained. different types weekly and bi-weekly
is made easy. And by eliminating the and Burlington Counties and all of the While most larger chain subscriptions, which allow full order
need for individual customers to drive Delaware River towns. supermarkets leave an inconsiderate customization, additional shopping,
to stores, the efficient delivery helps Bodhi Market plans for major trail of food waste, Bodhi Market has weekly recipes, free delivery, and no
secure a smaller carbon footprint than expansion in the remainder of New built a system that not only helps feed long-term commitments. They can be
standard shopping. Jersey and westward in Pennsylvania the hungry, but secures food unfit for found at BodhiBoxMarket.com. | r
The team at Bodhi Market has also to include Chester County later in 2018. humans for composting and feeding
found a way to support newer farmers, Although they have plans to grow and farm animals. They donate all of 2503 Mountain View Drive
while maintaining top-of-the-line organic spread their range, they are focused on their excess food that is fit for human Ottsville, PA 18942
produce. By working one on one with doing it responsibly to keep their carbon consumption to food banks weekly.
the farmers, researching each individual footprint low and providing food to And a portion of each subscription is bodhiboxmarket.com
farm thoroughly, and building strong many households in each area. donated to support feeding those in Facebook: @BodhiMarket

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