What is fresh at the LU Farmers’ Market this Saturday, May 26th?

Our Mission

The mission of the Lincoln University Farmers’ Market (LUFM) is to provide an open and accessible meeting place that creates a sense of community. The market brings together families, neighbors, visitors, local food producers, and artisans. It provides locally produced food, encourages social gathering, and enhances the quality of life; it also educates LU students and strengthens the local economy.

 Every Saturday from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

 Start your morning by boosting your energy for the rest of the day with a YOGA session at the market! The first and the third Saturday of the month.

Our next YOGA at the market will be held on June 2nd  at 9:00 a.m., please bring your mat.

Also, don’t forget our monthly raffle: register throughout the month at the Market’s welcome both to win a bountiful basket of fresh local food (no cost).

Our next drawing will be on May 26th.

Come and join us!   

Our vendors and farmers will bring abundant fresh and locally-grown produce throughout the season for you.

 Do you know what is in season at the LUFM? 

Tomatoes, cucumbers, broccoli, romaine, and red romaine lettuce, white icicle radish, French breakfast radish, exotic greens and fresh raw honey, ready to eat, gluten-free mini-quiche (spinach, mushroom or with beef sticks), frozen gluten-free quiche,  leaf lettuce & wilted lettuce, basil, tomato seedlings, kale and kale chips, white icicle radishes, green onions, spinach, grass-fed and finished beef (ground beef extra lean, ground beef lean), filet mignon, rib-eye steak, sirloin steak, strip steak, flat iron steak, flank steak, short ribs, liver, soup bones, beef sticks, beef jerky (no MSG, nitrates, or nitrites), goat milk fudge (chocolate, peanut butter, coconut), goat milk soap (French green clay, lavender, coffee and caramelized sugar, turmeric), gentle soap with essential oils and no artificial ingredients, free range eggs, microgreens, oatmeal and dill bread, multi-grain bread (freshly milled hard red, white wheat berries and organic Kamut), cranberry multigrain, cinnamon rolls, Ezekiel fasting bread (freshly milled spelt, red wheat berries, beans, barley, millet and lentils), Conejoe’s Cookies (freshly milled whole grain and crispy oat), banana nut bread (freshly milled pastry wheat berries), apple, pecans and selection of local jewelry and home crafts.

It is a great day to be a Blue Tiger!

 

Start your morning by boosting your energy for the rest of the day with a YOGA class at the market!

The YOGA class will be held on May 19th, starting at  9:00 a.m.

MARKET HOURS: Every Saturday from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

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Ms. Mobley is an-RYT 500 Professional Yoga Teacher.

 YOGA will help improve your strength and flexibility plus you will experience stress decrease and a general feeling well-being.

If you are participating in our ‘YOGA at the market’ session, please bring your mat. 

Afterward, stop by the welcome table for a healthy smoothie sample  (first-come- first-serve).  

Our vendors and farmers will bring fresh and locally-grown produce for you.

 Do you know what is in season at the LUFM? Here are some examples: cucumbersromaine, and red romaine lettuce, white icicle radish, French breakfast radish, exotic greens and fresh raw honey, ready to eat, gluten-free mini-quiche (spinach, mushroom or with beef sticks), frozen gluten-free quiche,  leaf lettuce & wilted lettuce, basil, tomato seedlings, kale and kale chips, white icicle radishes, green onions, spinach, cucumbers, grass-fed and finished beef (ground beef extra lean, ground beef lean), filet mignon, ribeye steak, sirloin steak, strip steak, flat iron steak, flank steak, short ribs, liver, soup bones, beef sticks, beef jerky (no MSG, nitrates, or nitrites), goat milk fudge (chocolate, peanut butter, coconut), goat milk soap (French green clay, lavender, coffee and caramelized sugar, turmeric), gentle soap with essential oils and no artificial ingredients, free range eggs, microgreens, oatmeal and dill bread, multi-grain bread (freshly milled hard red, white wheat berries and organic Kamut), cranberry multigrain, cinnamon rolls, Ezekiel fasting bread (freshly milled spelt, red wheat berries, beans, barley, millet and lentils), Conejoe’s Cookies (freshly milled whole grain and crispy oat), banana nut bread (freshly milled pastry wheat berries), apple, sweet potato and pecan pies, (three-tier, cream cheese icing), tamales (chicken and pork), pecans and selection of local jewelry and home crafts.

  It is a great day to be a Blue Tiger!

Lincoln University Commencement 2018 (May 12th): A time to celebrate! 

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL GRADUATES! 

 
The Lincoln University Farmers’ Market (LUFM) will be open on Saturday, May 12th
 
Our vendors and farmers will bring fresh and locally-grown produce for you.
Also, mark this on your calendar: on Saturday, May 19th at 9:00 a.m. there will be a no-cost YOGA class at the market. 

Afterward, stop by at the welcome table for a healthy smoothie taste (first-come-first-serve).  If you are interested in participating in this yoga session at the market, let us know by e-mailing: jacomealvarezM@lincolnu.edu by Friday, May 18th. Ms. Mobley is an E-RYT 500 Professional Yoga Teacher. Hope you can make it!!
 

Do you know what is in season at the LUFM? Here are some examples: ready to eat, gluten-free mini-quiche (spinach, mushroom or with beef sticks), frozen gluten-free quiche,  leaf lettuce & wilted lettuce, basil, tomato seedlings, kale and kale chips, white icicle radishes, green onions, spinach, cucumbers, grass-fed and finished beef (ground beef extra lean, ground beef lean), filet mignon, ribeye steak, sirloin steak, strip steak, flat iron steak, flank steak, short ribs, liver, soup bones, beef sticks, beef jerky (no MSG, nitrates, or nitrites), goat milk fudge (chocolate, peanut butter, coconut), goat milk soap (French green clay, lavender, coffee and caramelized sugar, turmeric), gentle soap with essential oils and no artificial ingredients, free range eggs, microgreens, oatmeal and dill bread, multi-grain bread (freshly milled hard red, white wheat berries and organic Kamut), cranberry multigrain, cinnamon rolls, Ezekiel fasting bread (freshly milled spelt, red wheat berries, beans, barley, millet and lentils), Conejoe’s Cookies (freshly milled whole grain and crispy oat), banana nut bread (freshly milled pastry wheat berries), apple, sweet potato and pecan pies, (three-tier, cream cheese icing), tamales (chicken and pork), pecans and selection of local jewelry and home crafts.

  
It is a great day to be a Blue Tiger!

 

What is fresh at the LU Farmers’ Market this Saturday, May 5th? 

Our vendors and farmers will bring fresh and locally-grown produce for you.

 

Buying local food has numerous benefits for the producer, for the consumer, for the community, and for the environment. Farmers markets serve not only as a way for people to purchase locally-grown produce almost year round, but they also provide an opportunity for people to connect with others within their communities.

Here are some of the bountiful market items you will find at the LUFM:  ready to eat (gluten-free mini-quiche: spinach mushroom or with beef sticks), frozen gluten-free quiche, microgreens, basil, tomato seedlings, kale, grass-fed and finished beef (ground beef extra lean, ground beef lean), filet mignon, ribeye steak, sirloin steak, strip steak, flat iron steak, flank steak, short ribs, liver, soup bones, beef sticks, beef jerky (no MSG, nitrates, or nitrites), goat milk fudge (chocolate, peanut butter, coconut), goat milk soap (French green clay, lavender, coffee and caramelized sugar, turmeric), gentle soap with essential oils and no artificial ingredients, free range eggs, oatmeal and dill bread, multi-grain bread (freshly milled hard red, white wheat berries and organic Kamut), cranberry multigrain, cinnamon rolls, Ezekiel fasting bread (freshly milled spelt, red wheat berries, beans, barley, millet and lentils), Conejoe’s Cookies (freshly milled whole grain and crispy oat), banana nut bread (freshly milled pastry wheat berries), pecans, tamales (chicken and pork) and selection of local crafts. 

We hope to see you at the market 

It is a great day to be a Blue Tiger!