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What’s Fresh – May 4

May 2013
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LU Farmers Market

Invermos Valley Farms will have pastured beef and has new offerings of pre-cooked hot dogs and brats and sliced roast and brisket for sandwiches

Ed Rakow will have spring vegetables and greens and eggs

J&D Poultry will have eggs and Jennifer and David are taking orders for fresh free-range chicken and duck ready next week

Richly Blessed Farm/The Country Gals will have seasonal produce, baked goods, eggs and free-range chicken

Paula Bollinger will have hand-crafted natural bath & body products

Honeysuckle Acres will be there with their local honey, flavored honeys and bath & body products, including a new salt scrub and natural deoderant

The Gillilands will have jams, jellies and hand-crafted soaps. They will be bringing a new dandelion jelly (they say tastes like honey!), and their ever-popular pepper jelly too

Cari Skain – check out her pottery

Longfellow Nursery will be here with vegetable plants (including tomatoes in 1 gallon pots), blooming spring bulbs, and flowers

Steve and Colleen Meredith will have kale, wild garlic, chives, goatsmilk fudge and peanut brittle

Hugh Flowers will have his famous sweet potato pie and carrot cake, as well as other baked goodies

Pam Schmutzler has various plants, baked goods and seasonal vegetables and greens

Mae Benson plans on bringing gluten free muffins, bread, banana nut bread, cookies, pasta – made with freshly-milled grains

Duncan Family Farm returns this week with their wonderful pork, chicken and eggs

Caleb Bax will have lettuces, strawberry plants and vegetable plants

More vendors plan to join us throughout the season. Stay tuned for fresh things at the Market.

The Lincoln University Cooperative Extension Native Plants Program will be at the Market with information on plants for pollinators, native edibles and samples of sumac jelly.

Come buy your garden and vegetable plants from local farmers instead of a box store this year. The flowering plants, baskets and planters have been beautiful and the variety of vegetables is unique.

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