Monthly Archives: July 2023

Stay Fueled for Long Distance Cycling

By |2023-07-17T14:24:53-05:00July 17th, 2023|Categories: Blog|

Stay Fueled and Energized for Long Distance Cycling RAGBRAI is on its way and we want you to be prepared for the long haul. When cycling long distances, it is essential to fuel your body properly to maintain energy levels and support endurance. Here are some snacks and other products you can find at [...]

July Produce Parable: Very Cherry Plums

By |2023-07-13T14:56:54-05:00July 13th, 2023|Categories: Blog|

July 2023 Produce Parable Very Cherry Plums By Adam Calder, Produce Manager The Wheatsfield Cooperative produce department is excited to share with you a recent addition to our selection: Very Cherry Plums! If you have never had a Very Cherry Plum, you are in for a delicious treat. This fruit was developed in 2011 [...]

July-Aug Artist on Display: Isaac Prior

By |2023-07-07T13:11:11-05:00July 3rd, 2023|Categories: Art Gallery, Blog|

Isaac Prior What if? That question has always been a driving force of inspiration. If there could be a creature on this planet that can create light, with a chemical reaction in its thorax to attract a mate (a lightning bug), or the ability for a fungus to infect the brain of an ant, [...]

July 2023 Change for Community: Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation

By |2023-07-03T16:01:48-05:00July 3rd, 2023|Categories: Blog, Co-op Nickel|

Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation (INHF) is a statewide 501 (c)(3) nonprofit conservation organization that works with private landowners and public agencies to protect and restore Iowa’s land, water and wildlife. Since our founding in 1979, our supporters and staff have protected more than 190,000 acres of Iowa’s natural resources. Your roundup today goes to [...]

Summer in Full Swing, July 2023 Word from the Board

By |2023-07-03T14:54:49-05:00July 3rd, 2023|Categories: Blog|

July Word from the Board Duane Pitcher, Wheatsfield Board of Directors Summer is in full swing and in July there are several exciting events coming to Ames and Wheatsfield. We’ll kickoff with the annual Independence Day Celebration and are looking forward to walking in the 4th of July Downtown Ames! If you can’t make [...]

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