The last outdoor market will on October 7th.
THANK YOU TO ALL CUSTOMERS FOR SUPPORTING OUR LOCAL FARMERS AND VENDORS.
WHAT A GREAT SEASON 2017!
We will take a break and then we will be back on November 4th for our indoor Winter market. Stay tuned! Don’t miss the opportunity to come to the last two markets and have access to fresh and locally-grown produce that our vendors are bringing for you. Also, tomorrow (September 30th), we will be having our first Children’s Market featuring, food and products from youth 7-15 years old. Come and enjoy music, good food, and meet friends at the market.
Don’t forget to sign up to participate in our monthly raffle for a chance to win a basket with fresh locally grown produce. The last drawing is on October 7th.
As a friendly reminder, our Winter market is a pre-order and pickup market. Adding your name to the winter email list is how you can get started. In order to receive by e-mail the list of the items that you can buy from our local vendors, send an email to Isabel at jacomealvarezM@lincolnu.edu and you are in! Pick–up days are the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month. For more information visit our web page at https://lincolnufarmersmarket.com/
Below is a rundown of what you will find this weekend at the market:
In season: honey, organic pumpkins, organically grown watermelons (seedless), cantaloupe, eggplant (variety Black Beauty), yellow squash, heirloom and hybrid tomatoes, green beans, kale, tatume (Mexican zucchini), grass-fed beef, free-range eggs, goat milk fudge and caramels, whole chicken, goat milk soap, cucumbers (burpless), zinnias, cherry tomatoes.
Also, baking potatoes, sweet potatoes, baby potatoes, eggplants (long Chinese, round grilling, white, and pink varieties), acorn squash, butternut squash, cucumbers, yellow squash, green beans, some Indian vegetables like bitter gourd or karela, bottle gourd or kaddu, Malabar spinach or poi saag, Indian pumpkin, long bean purple Sem, Jhinga or Ridge gourd.
The market will continue to have bell peppers (green and colored), sweet mini peppers, heirloom tomatoes, Jalapeno peppers, beet greens, flowers, zucchini, red onion, Roma tomato, native pecans, as well as baked goods (cookies, Ezekiel fasting, focaccia bread, banana nut bread, fresh apple or pecan cobbler pies, tamales (different flavors), pumpkin muffins and native edible plants (purslane, nettle, poke salad, lambs quarters). Homemade jewelry.
Thank you to everyone who has visited and for your continued support for our
Lincoln University Farmers’ Market!