Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Farmers’ Market re-opens

Expecting another great season

Spring is in the air and the farmers have returned to the Yellow Springs Farmers’ market in King’s Yard to sell their locally grown products.  Come opening day this Saturday, May 5th from 7am until noon to find fresh flowers and plants for your garden, artisan cheeses from Blue Jacket Dairy, and raw cultured vegetables from Fab Ferments.  Every Saturday you can find freshly picked, in season produce, locally raised meats and eggs, fresh baked goods, jams, honey, maple syrup, and much more.  Treat yourself to all natural body care products made by White Mountain Honey Farm or visit Stewart’s Heritage farm featuring products from their alpacas. 

New to the market this year is Yellow Springs Botancials featuring vegetable plant starts grown from seed in their US 68 location (formerly Stuzman’s) and alpaca manure, a great fertilizer, from a South Charleston alpaca farm.  Also new to the market is Judy Straw with handmade soap and laundry soap, just like Grandma used to make.

Come on out this Saturday to the King’s Yard parking lot on Walnut St. behind the Trail Tavern and support your local farmers, while taking home a variety of fresh, healthy farm products that your family will enjoy all week.  Visit the Yellow Springs Farmers’ Market on Facebook for more information,

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