Local Organic Food Market
Welcome to Ellwood Thompson's Natural Food Market, where our commitment to local and organic foods really shines. We offer a varied selection of locally grown and produced food items in our Richmond market, ensuring you'll find just what you're looking for when you come visit.
Our selection doesn't stop at super fresh produce, though. From wine, beer, and cheese to health supplements and fresh meat and seafood, we really have it all. Stop in to our kitchen for lunch, pick up vegan or gluten-free bakery items, or simply stop in to say hello. We look forward to seeing you.
Garden: Backyard Medicines
My favorite thing about Spring: starting the garden. This is hands down, the most therapeutic, joyful, vibrant and healthful activity I know of, and the best part is that almost anyone can do this themselves with or without major gardening space. I have to admit, when I moved into the city of Richmond, my dreams of homesteading and having massive garden spaces with chickens and goats and bee hives wavered quite a bit…and I’m amazed now at how much is possible for a relatively small, urban backyard. Read the rest of this post »
Here at ET we show love for our Earth everyday by our practices: buying and sourcing local products, not using plastic bags, recycling everything we can, using reusable and compostable food containers, using environmentally friendly building materials, offering enviro credits for biking, walking and bringing your own bags, using LED lighting etc… The Earth is our home and we want to help protect it for future generations.
Come help us celebrate and honor our Earth, Tuesday, April 22nd. Our Earth Day Extravaganza will be taking place all day in store. The day will be filled with local vendors (with 10% off their products), online trivia, and classes in our Community Room. Read the rest of this post »
If all you need is love, then why not a record setting amount of it?! Show yours by bringing in your aluminum cans to support Enrichmond’s next Earth Day Community Impact Project.
The Enrichmond Foundation has partnered with Hardywood Park Craft Brewery, River City Recycling, TFC Recycling, My Glasses Rule, and VCU to break the Guinness World Record for the largest recyclable structure made from aluminum cans on Earth. How you ask? By collecting 110,000 cans and turning them into a recyclable “LOVE” sculpture to be unveiled on Saturday, April 26th during the official Earth Day Richmond Festival in Shockoe.
Help us help Enrichmond reach their goal, break a Guinness World Record, and better our environment through recycling! Leave your empty aluminum cans in our big blue bin out front of the store now through April 25th.
Sunday, April 27th we will be donating 5% of our sales to Linwood Holton Elementary School.
Vision: To create an environment in which the focus is student learning and achievement in a creative, diverse, positive, supportive, and secure setting. As a family of learners, Holton staff, parents, students, and the community will work cooperatively to prepare their students so they will have every opportunity to succeed according to their individual needs.
Mission: To promote student success through a positive atmosphere and active collaboration.