Last chance to get holiday one of a kind hand created gifts and yummy homemade baked goods. Janice, the Egg Lady, has farm fresh eggs, cowboy rope baskets, and whimsical painted flower pots. Last chance to pick up Joanie's homegrown unsprayed unwaxed all natural apples in or out of a pie and homemade from homegrown unsprayed concord grapes into jelly with no preservatives, no artificial colorings or flavorings or other fruit juices added in. We don't stop making things in winter you just don't see us planning our gardens, spinning wool, crocheting, weaving, knitting, quilting or blacksmithing. Road construction next year may make getting to us a challenge but it is always worth it to eat locally grown foods and support your local growers and crafters. See you the end of October 2014 and then next May 2015. Thanks again for buying local !!!
Come early! Our fresh and limited quantities have been going fast. Remember we're the market you can drive up to, honk, and we will hand deliver your purchases without you leaving your car.
Open Saturdays from 8 am until produce is gone or 1 pm. Open Wednesdays from 3 pm until produce is gone or 6 pm. . Remember buying local is fresher, cheaper and supports your community. We don't grow fast food, only wholesome food we feed our families.
The market is seeking local gardeners and farmers to join us as vendors for the 2014 season. We have limited booth spaces left so see an officer at the market for details on Saturdays.
Know what else we have at farmer's market? Free information. About plants, seeds, pests etc. Ideas about what plants to plant to feed bees so bees help your garden flourish, ask Maggie. Info on non- GMO seeds, plants, and foods for your health plus varieties of tomatoes with the most lycopene and minerals, ask Joanie. Want info on getting started in the egg business, ask Janice. How does sorghum compare to store syrups, ask Colby. How to grow almost anything, ask Sherry. Collectively we know a lot about growing. Coming soon: okra, tomatoes, peppers, green beans, cucumbers, zucchini, peas, potatoes, sweet onions, garlic.