April 19 at the Chatham Mills Farmers’ Market
Cynthia Raxter, Storyteller Extraordinaire, will keep us well entertained this week at market! Children and adults will delight in her freeform storytelling.
Here’s what delicious, nutritious, local, and fabulous STUFF will be at market this week:
Carol’s Good Earth will be at market with tomato, pepper and herb plants, and annuals
Coastal Shrimp will be there with shrimp, flounder, tuna, stone crab claws, crab meat and crab cakes as well as art work.
Cure Nursery will bring native flowering perennials (Tiarella, Jacob’s Ladder, Wood Poppies, Wild Columbine, Blue Phlox groundcover); shrubs (flowering native azaleas, Fothergillas); trees(Redbuds, Beech); sedges (the evergreen workhorses of gardens and “alternative”, perennial, lawn-like, no-mow plantings!) They are excited to be able to provide these hard-to-come-by plants to the Chatham Co. community at competitive prices.
Dutch Buffalo is coming with bok choy, spinach, endive, braising mix, baby kale
Fatty Owl will be there with fresh rabbit, free-range
eggs, rabbit ear dog treats and upcycled feedbag shopping bags!
Fiddlehead Farm will be bringing cinnamon rolls, jams, jellies and marmalades, bread, granola, pepper salts and shakes, and hot sauces.
Granite Springs and Iron Fish Farms will bring lettuce mix, carrots, radishes, salad turnip greens, pasture-based eggs, oyster mushrooms, bags and logs for “grow your own” oyster and shitake mushrooms, tomato plants and handmade soaps and lotions.
Lilly Den will have beef, pork, chicken, duck, veal, eggs, cheese, pet milk, and pet yogurt.
Okfuskee will be bringing asparagus, fresh-ground flour, and artisanal pork products.
Pura Vida will be at market this week with freshly processed lamb, and
a variety of meats, and freshly gathered eggs. I have several bottle baby lambs including Bo and Peep, who would greatly enjoy the outing as well.
Wanderlust Farm is coming with seasonal flowers, handmade soaps, handmade fiber, eggs and seasonal veggies
Are you a performer? A not-for-profit organization, club, or group? Are you an expert in sustainability, food, agriculture, or anything else related to farms, food, and local goodness? The Chatham Mills Farmers’ Market would like to hear from you! We are looking to partner with entertainers, experts, and non-profits who’d like to raise a little money and spread the word about their organization at the Market this year! If interested contact our market manager, Adrienne, at email@example.com.