Friday, May 30, 2008

Farmers' Markets May 31 - June 6

Here is what you can expect to find at local farmers' markets this week. Things do change due to weather and other factors, but as of the time of this post this is what the vendors at each market think is likely they will be bringing this week to market. As information comes in, I'll update.

Oxford Uptown

Saturday 7am - noon
Uptown Oxford

Lamb, chicken, beef, pork, breakfast sausage, eggs, goat cheese, strawberries, arugula, sunflower sprouts, red leaf lettuce, red romaine, buttercrunch, spinach, tat soi, Mizuna, red mustard, radishes, green onions, kale, broccoli, cut & dried herbs, canna lily bulbs, herb plants, tomato and pepper plants, honey, apple cider, popcorn, jellies, breads

Findlay Market Farmshed & Grow West
Saturday 8am - 6pm
1801 Race St

Back Acres Farm: Eggs, beef, pork whole-hog sausage, farmstead cheeses, ice cream
Bauer Farm: Cut flowers
Kist Greenhouse: Bedding plants, both flowers and vegetables, hanging baskets
Margaret's Garden: Herb plants, forget-me-nots, perennials, rosebushes & cut flowers
Neltner's: Hanging baskets and bedding plants, butterhead lettuce, early tomatoes
Northgate Greenhouse: Spring bedding plants, hanging baskets, planters, perennials and landscape plants
Shady Grove: Green garlic, arugula,lambsquarters, baby kale & mizuna, limited asparagus & rhubarb, & 8 or 10 cooking herbs. Field-ready tomato plants, basil (Sweet, Thai, Opal, Lemon, Lime, Cinnamon & Lettuce), edible/ornamental hot pepper seedlings, fragrance roses

Batesville Village Green
Saturday 8am - 11am
George & Main Sts
Batesville IN

West Chester
Saturday 9am - 1pm
The Square at Union Centre

Simon Kenton
Saturday 8:30am - 2:00pm
Simon Kenton High School
11132 Madison Pike
Independence KY

Hyde Park Opening Day!
Sunday 10am - 2pm
US Bank parking lot

3424 Edwards Rd

BD Goats: Goat's milk ricotta, spreadable goat's milk cheese, goat's milk fudge, rosemary raisin sourdough bread, goat's milk lotion
Bergefurd Family Farm: Strawberries
Home Grown Bazaar: plant starts, potted herbs & vegetables, container gardens
Organic Farm at Bear Creek: Spring mix lettuce, cut oregano and thyme, pepper and heirloom tomato plants, salsas, sauces, soups, dressings, jams, blueberry sauce
RJ Veggies: lettuce,radishes,green garlic,tomato plants sweet bell plants, hanging cherry tomato plants, hanging flowers, herbs, green onions, ruhbarb.
Eaton Farm: strawberries, radishes, green onions, salad greens
Walnutridge Acres: gourmet salad mix, arugula, baby spring bok choy, tatsoi, komatsuna
(asian green), red chard, fresh garlic chives, romaine, green garlic, garlic scapes, green onions,
radishes, potted herbs, vegetable plants and heirloom tomato plants.
Mohr's Animal Acres: fresh beef and chicken, pork, lamb, goat, goat's milk feta, cheddar, pepper jack, and mozzarella
Farm Beach Bethel: radishes,rhubarb, Italian dandelions, lettuce, and a delicious wild-crafted edible greens mix.
Sheltowee Farm: organic mushrooms, local raw honey, asparagus
Linwood Sausage Company: handcrafted homemade sausages and sausage sandwiches.
Plus: Embrace Sweets, Taste of Belgium, and Madisono's ready-to-eat items

Tuesday 3 - 7pm
Wyoming Ave and Van Roberts Place

Back Acres Farm: Eggs, grass-fed beef, whole hog sausage, farmstead cheeses, ice cream
Branstrator Farms: strawberries, jams, maybe asparagus
R.J. Veggies: Lettuce, green onions, herbs, hanging flower baskets, hanging cherry tomato baskets, and tomato and bell pepper plants. (This vendor accepts WIC.)
That Guy's Family Farm: organic lettuce mix, mesclun mix, green onions, fresh-baked boule bread, daisy bouquets.
Walnut Ridge Acres: Micro mix, radishes, green onions, herb and vegetable plants.
Also: La Terza coffees, Sweet Miss confections

Sayler Park
Tuesday 4 - 7pm
Town Square Park
Parkland and Monitor Aves

Lettuces, herbs, carrots, perennial and native plants, homemade granola

Northside Opening Day!
Wednesday 4 - 7:30pm

Hamilton & Lingo

The Dixie
Thursday 2:30 - 6:30pm
Erlanger Baptist Church parking lot
116 Commonwealth Ave

Flowers, vegetable plants, baked goods, jams

College Hill
Thursday 3 - 7pm
5742 Hamilton Ave

Friday 3:30 - 8:00
110 Main St
Brookville IN

Boone County
Daily 9am - 6pm
Burlington Pike


Quim said...

Northside's Farmers Market begins Wednesday, June 4 at 4:00 PM.

The market will continue every Wednesday afternoon from 4:00 to 7:30 PM through October in the parking lot on Hamilton at Lingo St in the heart of Northside.

Some of the vendors selling produce and crafts are:

1893 House
Apples, peaches, pecans, grapes, raspberries

Back Yard Orchard
Dennis Sauerhas
Handmade Candies

The Barbian Farm
Marvin Barbian
Tomatoes, green beans, peaches, plums, pears, summer squash

BeeHaven Honey
Samantha Gordon
Honey, soup

Branstrators Farm
Jon Branstrator

Carriage House Farm
Richard Stewart

CLH Creative
Courtney L. Haley
small paintings, beaded jewelry

Dylan Tennison
Greens, vegetables, garlic, sprouts, herbs

Embrace-a-Sweets Co.
Brandi Daniels
Gourmet cookies, brownies and other desserts

Flower Forever
Teresa Young
Perennial flowers

Mrs Good Pie
Jeane Scott
Pies, cakes, cookies, zucchini &banana bread/pudding, veg quishe/lasagna

Neusole Glassworks
Jennifer Gooding & Nate Freeland
Handblown Glass

Organic Cornucopia
Gene F Goldschmidt

Home Grown Bazzar
Emily St.Clair
Starters, home made aprons, gloves, gardeninig tools

Mud Root Farm
Douglas Weber, Betsy Hennika
Produce, free range eggs, jewelry- organic/sustanible methods

Martin Hill Farms LTD
Michael A. Collins
Vegetables, fruit, salsa, tomatoes

Running Creek Farm
Jim & Karne

Shadeau Breads
Gary Skitt
Apples and bread

Wind Dance Farm & All Ways Permaculture
Ande Schewe

Thorny Flats
Rocky & Kim Thornberry

valereee said...

Quim, thanks for the heads up! Are you the contact person for the Northside FM? I can add you to my contact list -- I send out an email to local farmers' markets contacts each week, asking what will be at market that week.

Can you tell us what the vendors will be bringing -this- week? A lot of the offerings you mention aren't in season yet.

Quim said...

I am not the contact person, I am just the one who is more likely to read local blogs. :-)
Contact info here: