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Plattsburgh Online Ordering:  online ordering open

Goose eggs
Duck eggs
Fresh spinach
Mild and tangy salad mixes
Great pork from Asgaard
Parker Maple products

We are getting low on veggies, and some aren’t as pretty as they were so I don’t like to sell them “sight unseen” in case they don’t meet your expectations. In other words, there will be more at the last farmers market on the 13th. But, to get you through till them, we have a good assortment for very earliest spring.

Oh, and eggs. I have held some back to age for easier hard boiled peeling. If you want those instead of the absolutely fresh, make a note.

You may pick up your orders at Rehoboth Homestead Friday or I will deliver into Plattsburgh for a $3 delivery fee.

Enjoy the sunshine.

GFM online farmers market:  Easter week is here, online ordering is open

It is hard to believe that Easter is almost here. Soon it will be time to work the ground and plant flowers for the summer.

The online farmers market opens at 4pm today and will close Tuesday at 7:30pm.

Pickup is Thursday 3-7pm. All orders this week will recieve a free quart of spring greens. Ideal for salad or use in your morning smoothy.

With warmer temps coming our way the seasonal producers will be returning. Keep on the look out for them and their tasty offerings.

Barefoot Acres will be joining us in the online market in a couple of weeks. Barefoot Acres grows heirloom Italian produce, herbs, and makes her own line of pickles, relish, vinegar, living herbal wreaths and some genious upcycling items for the home and garden.

New this week is Vital Life Elements with delicious nutrient dense Indiana maple syrup right from thier family farm! Syrup is available in glass Log Cabin decanter or glass maple leaf decanter. Please help us welcome them to the market! Stop in or find them on Facebook.

We thank you for shopping at the Granger Farmers market and The Food Shed online farmers market. Without you we would not be here. Please tell all your friends about us, word of mouth is how we grow.

Have a blessed week and see you at the Thursday pickup.

Citrus County Locally Grown:  Happy Easter!

Happy Easter dear friends! This week is your last week before Easter is here to get your naturally grown meats and produce for the family gathering!

Don’t feel like cleaning up the mess of food dyes from coloring Easter Eggs? Fox Hollow Farm has naturally colored eggs! Hard boil them and give the kids some crayons! Fun and no messy clean up! One idea my Mother always loves to do for Easter is to hard boil the eggs, peal them and THEN color them to make Deviled Eggs! They are fun for the eye and delicious for the tummy no matter what your age!

Gaia’s Creamery and Florida Fresh Meat Company have your grass fed meats while Simply Seafood has all the best local from the sea! Who’s thinking LOBSTER TAILS for Easter Dinner? YUM!

More and more veggies are coming on the Market from Register Cracker Farm, 3 Rock Farm, and Shoebox Herb Gardens. Meanwhile SaraFay Farm, 3 Rock Farm, and Shoebox Herb Gardens have your jellies, jams, and preserves covered be it for breakfast or culinary purposes!

Rise and Shine Bread has all the best Gluten Free breads you could want, not to mention DELICIOUS energy bars, cookies, and muffins!!!

Don’t forget the milk and cheese! Coffey Break Farm has goat milk and several flavored Chevre’s available this week after last week’s tasting. I personally LOVED the Cranberry Pecan and Chocolate Cherry. Surprise the family with a wonderful flavored goat cheese log this Easter! Gaia’s Creamery also has goat milk and grass fed cows milk, homemade butter, and YOGURT!

With such a delicious lineup how could you possibly go wrong?! Ordering is open from Sunday morning to Tuesday night. Quantities are sometimes limited so don’t delay

Blessings, Healthy Eating, and Happy Gardening!


Swainsboro, GA:  MARKET IS OPEN

Hey Everyone,

The market is now open.
Spring is now here, even though is doesn’t feel like it yet. We are just days away from planting all those summer favorites, including tomatoes, squash, paes, and more. Look forward to a change in veggies over the coming months.

Look below to see what the farms have to offer.

Jbo Locally Grown:  Market Open for Shopping for Wed 3/27 Pick-Up

Hello Market Fans,
Greens are coming in, Easter is coming up soon, and eating is still in fashion. Take advantage of our offerings this week and celebrate Easter dinner with locally grown food.
Wed pick-up as usual – vendors deliver 4:30 to 5:15, shoppers pick up 5:30 to 6.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
The Market Managers

Fresh Harvest, LLC:  Fresh Harvest for March 31st

To Contact Us

Fresh Harvest, LLC
Link to Fresh Harvest
Email us!
Tallahassee May


Radish Salad with Parmesan Cheese
by Deborah Madison

1 bunch radishes, thinly sliced or julienned
1 tbsp. thinly sliced chives
Olive oil
2 ounces Parmigiano cheese
Sea salt and ground black pepper
Salad greens, lettuce, or arugula
Tender radish greens (optional)

In bowl, toss radishes, chives, and radish greens (if using) with enough oil to lightly coat vegetables. Place vegetable mixture on a bed of salad greens (or lettuce or arugula). Sprinkle salt and pepper. Grate or shave cheese over top. Serves 2-4

Market News


We wish a Happy Easter to those of you celebrating today!

This spring has been the coldest and wettest on record since 2009. It has certainly made for very slow planting, with many things still waiting to get in the ground. All this anticipation can really get on a farmer’s nerves!
We have a limited amount of veggies this week, and appreciate your patience as we navigate this crazy spring. We do plan on picking back up to an every week schedule and anticipate a bigger selection next week. We do have some new vegetables and other offerings for you this week. Wedge Oak Farm has some amazing specialty sausages and their own bacon this week. We are so pleased to be able to offer these products to you, and are proud to be working with them!

For a bit of sunshine, please think of Turnbull Creek Farm’s Bouquet of the Week special. This is a special offer for existing Fresh Harvest customers and will only be good for a couple of more weeks. The price of bouquets will be going up this summer, so now is a good time to get in on a reduced price. How it works is that starting in May, the recipient gets 12 weeks of bouquets. Tally is also now planning flowers for weddings and special events, so if you have an event this upcoming season, think locally grown, organic flowers!

The long range forecast for summer has us above average in temperature and normal or slightly below normal rainfall. This is what climate change is going to look like for us in the next 50 years, erratic springs but warmer summers and longer fall seasons. This is where careful record keeping and crop planning are critical for successful crops. Instead of saying “hey it’s warm in January I think I will plant early” and then it getting hammered by cold weather, we know from experience that we will wait and plant on certain dates, no matter the current weather, and the crop will perform as it should a high percentage of the time. Farming is part art, part science, and part luck!

We really appreciate your support, and look forward to seeing you this Wednesday!

John and Tallahassee

Coming Events

We thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to bring you the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious locally-produced foods possible!


Stone County, AR:  The Market is Open!

Hi, Everyone!

Your online market is now open!

Come shop and/or browse. Tell all your friends to create their account for the upcoming season so they too can stay abreast of what’s going on with local growers and produce!

Come on in!

Champaign, OH:  Some sad news...

I am so sorry to report that our market has lost a special friend as Kay Charles, grandmother of Bishop Sanders, has passed away. For those of you that know Bishop, perhaps our youngest vendor and grandson to all the regulars of the Champaign County Farmers Market, you know how important his grandparents are to him. They gardened together with Kay processing tomatoes by the bushel. Her smile and optimism were contagious. Bishop clearly exhibits many of her traits. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Bishop and his entire family. She will certainly be missed.

For those wishing to send a note of sympathy, I believe his address is 906 Wooddale Drive, Urbana, OH. 43078. Thanks to both Pam and Charlene for letting us know.

Tahlequah Farmers Market:  Market Open

The Tahlequah Farmers’ Market On Line Market is again open! The next pick up day is scheduled for April 6th —OPENING DAY OF OUR WEEKLY MARKET!!!!
We are hoping with the opening of our regular market we will be able to add produce to the on line market. And please note – if you’re unable to attend market or pick up on Saturdays we’d be happy to arrange a delivery on another day. Thank you

Russellville Community Market:  Market Opening Bell

Hey all! Welcome to another RCM market week.

We at RCM hope your Spring Breaks were great! We’re hoping to hear some good vacation stories when we see you next!

On this week’s market, we would like to introduce Viney Creek Farm from Dover. They have added eggs this week on the market. To learn a bit more about this new farmer, please click on the “Our Growers” tab!

As a reminder, RCM pick-up will be in the small conference room where we were last week! We will remind you again before the pick-up day on Thursday.

Thanks for your continued support of RCM, and we’re proud to announce that we’ve added new customers every week to our market for about 2 months straight! That’s awesome! A big thanks to those of you who have spoken highly of us and recommended us to friends and family. We definitely appreciate it!

Don’t forget to Like us on Facebook for up to date news and exciting RCM announcements. Check out our page for great info on local foods issues and upcoming events too! RCM Facebook

Check out the “Featured Items” section as well as the “What’s New” section at the top of the market page for all the latest products available.

To ensure your order is placed, make sure you click the “Place My Order” button once you have completed your shopping. Remember, you have until 10:00pm Tuesday evening to place your orders.

Happy Shopping! See you on Thursday!

Russellville Community Market