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Thursday May 15th will be the official opening day of the Lebanon Farmers’ Market 2014 season. Over twenty vendors will participate in LFM this year. You’ll find some new faces along with many returning vendors.
- Anderson Brick Oven, Rob & Christine Corwin — artisan breads baked in a brick-lined oven
- Apple Creek Farm, Kathy Trunk — vegetables, bedding plants, baked goods, canned goods, fruit
- Black Barn, Roy & Joanna MacCutcheon — local produce and hanging baskets
- Chris’s Honey, Ray Alley — excellent local honey from Lebanon’s own Ray Alley
- Crisenbery Baking Company, Cathy & Julia Crisenbery — certified organic and fair trade ingredients in delicious artisan breads, cookies and cakes. Fresh LEMON SHAKEUPS made with organic lemons
- Country Settlement Farm, Lovella Adams – berries, vegetables
- Glory Farms, Sylvia Shelton — local veggies and herbs, fresh eggs and baked goods
- Heather’s Goodies, Heather Geldbaugh — baked goods
- Iron’s Fruit Farm — local fruits and vegetables, cider, pies and cakes
- Mill Branch Farm, Mike & Brenda Harvey — artisan soaps and lotions, herbs and veggies
- Mt. Kofinas Olive Oil, Nick Sewertzides – olive oil from the family groves in Crete
- Ohio Farm Direct, Leslie Parizek – organic cheese
- Rice Family Harvest, Nancy & Doug Rice – vegetables, fruit
- Stengl’s Catering, George Stengl — George’s special recipe Garlic &Tarragon Dressing and wood fired bread
- Taylor’s Tunis, Bruce & Debbie Linebaugh – meat, veggies, baked goods
- That Guy’s Farm Guy, Sandy & Nellie Ashmore — certified organic veggies, fresh herbs, and cut flower bouquets
- The Tree Hugger Co., Tammy Friedman & Julia Rothwell – soap, body products
- Tom’s Garden, Tom Sanderson – hot sauces
- Webb Valley FarmRandy & Pam Moore — grass fed beef, pastured pork and chicken. Also artisan soaps and lotions
We are excited to announce LFM will continue beyond October. Some of our vendors will come each Thursday from 4 pm to 6 pm. Please note not everyone will be coming each week. Please check with each vendor to see when they plan to attend.
Webb Valley Farm Randy Moore (937) 382-5480 — grass fed beef, pastured pork, chicken and eggs. Also artisan soaps and lotions
- Chris’s Honey Ray Alley — excellent local honey
- Crisenbery Baking Company Cathy Crisenbery (513)348-7671 — certified organic and fair trade ingredients in delicious artisan breads, cookies and cakes.
- Glory Farms Sylvia Shelton (937) 725-8773 — local veggies and herbs, fresh eggs and baked goods
- Mill Branch Farm Brenda Harvey (513) 229-8922 — Olive oil soaps & lotions, specialty vegetables, culinary fresh herbs, bedding plants
- Mt. Kofinas Evie Semertzides (513) 981-1412 or (513) 325-5502 — Extra virgin olive oil
- Shelton Produce Karen Shelton (937) 479-4657 — vegetables, maple & hickory syrup
- Tom’s Garden Tom Sanderson (937) 750-4005 — Hot sauces
We are all so excited for the 2012 market season to begin! You’ll find lots of our veteran vendors and some new faces too. Our opening day Special Event is a Plant Swap. We will have Master Gardeners on hand to provide excellent consultation on dividing, transplanting, feeding and care of your plants. If you have too much of something and would like to trade for new plant, please come and take part!
Vendor updates are coming soon.
Our friends at Marvin’s Organic Gardens will be stopping by today to explain the world of organics. Stop by and find out why going organic is the way to go!
Local produce is coming on strong. Here is just some of what you’ll find at LFM today.
- Goodlife Farm will have lettuce, kohlrabi, onions, baby carrots, beautiful pac choi and a limited number of early tomatoes, zucchini and first of the season peppers
- Iron’s Fruit Farm will have peaches, blueberries, a limited number of raspberries, cookies, fruit pies and wonderful fruit jams
- That Guy’s Family Farm will have fresh organic greens and lettuce and Make Your Own Bouquet from their beautiful flowers
- Lutmer’s Farms, The Rolling Pen, Crisenbery Baking Company and Kathy Trunk are offering wonderful breads and baked goods
- Webb Valley Farms has pastured beef, pork and chickens and eggs also artisan soaps
- Mill Branch Farms has gorgeous herb plants and artisan soaps and lotions
Be sure to stop by and check out all the local goods at your LFM!
FREE plant swap this week is open to everyone. It’s that time of year when we need to divide our perennials and what a perfect opportunity to downsize that crowded bed of iris or peonies. Whatever you find you have too many of bring to the market potted and labeled to trade or give to others. It’s fun and free!
PLUS, we’ll have Master Gardeners on site to answer your plant questions!
Anyone want some Black-eyed Susans? How about a few day lilies?
It’s going to be a great day to start the 2011 LFM market season — we might even see some sunshine! Here are just some of the things your LFM farmers and bakers will have for you today.
- That Guy’s Family Farm is bringing spinach and smiles
- Kathy Trunk has her famous baked goods
- We welcome a new vendor, Goodlife Farms. They will have a variety of tomato plants (many heirloom types), herbs and vegetable plants. Also, spring greens(two types), spinach, lettuce, radish, pac choi, arugula and broccoli raab.
- The Rolling Pen’s Rebecca Case will be bringing White Chocolate Dried Papaya Biscotti, Chocolate Sunflower Seed Biscotti, Zaleti(a cornmeal cookie with currants), Honey Oatmeal Rolls, Buttermilk Rosemary Bread, and Herschel’s Nut-Free Granola, and Chocolate Cherry Oatmeal Cookies.
- Webb Valley Farm will have grass fed, pastured pork,pastured chicken and eggs and Pam’s artisan soaps.
- Crisenbery Baking Company will have the following artisan breads – Honey Wheat, Tomato & Herb, Wild Rice & Onion, Lemon Rosemary and Chock-Full-O-Seeds. Also, Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal Raisin Coconut, Ginger Molasses, Lemon Basil Shortbread cookies. Plus Citrus Almond biscotti with homemade candied orange peel. Also, Banana Pecan Bread and Irish Cream cakes.
See you today at the corner of West Main and Sycamore!
Lots of your favorite vendors will be returning this season — and we have a some new folks too!
- Basically Natives, LLC — trees and shrubs
- Burns and Grooms Farmers Market — bedding plants, flowers and plants
- Chris’s Honey — excellent local honey from Lebanon’s own Ray Alley
- Crisenbery Baking Company — certified organic and fair trade ingredients in delicious breads, cookies and cakes
- Goodlife Farm — vegetables, bedding plants, fresh herbs, cut flowers
- Heather’s Goodies — baked goods, jalapeno/habanero jellies & chocolates
- Iron’s Fruit Farm — local fruits and vegetables, cider, pies and cakes
- John’s Garden — vegetables, baked goods
- Kathy Trunk — vegetables, bedding plants, baked goods, canned goods, fruit
- Lutmer Farms — baked goods, vegetables, fresh herbs
- Mill Branch Farm — artisan soaps and lotions, herbs and veggies
- That Guy’s Farm — certified organic veggies fresh herbs cut flowers, fresh eggs, meat and cut flower bouquets
- The Rolling Pen — amazing nut-free granola, yeast breads, cookies and biscotti
- Webb Valley Farm — grass fed beef and lamb,pastured pork, chicken and eggs. New for 2011 artisan soaps and lotions