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December 3, 2019

Canceled – Farmers Market

The market is in partnership with Seed2Seed, a nonprofit community outreach group providing gardening education. This market focuses on sustainable, small scale, nontraditional, new and beginning farmers. Offerings include seasonally appropriate vegetables, fruit, meat, eggs, mushrooms, flowers, herbs, plants, honey and more. Seasonal production is what you can expect for availability of products. This means whatever is in season can be found at the market. Being a producer only market, each vendor is vetted with farm visits to assure production methods are up to standards. The farmers focus on soil building, permaculture and ecosystems; making their farms holistic places of feeding people real foods that taste great and are healthy.

We will have 4 farmers on-site:
Mohill Farms: Their slogan is “Purely Natural, Simply Good.” They take pride in not using spray or fertilizer. They offer lettuce, microgreens and herbs.
Honest Open Permaculture (HOP): They offer pork products, chicken eggs, duck eggs and limited amount of produce. They do use any chemical fertilizers, pesticides or fungicides on their fruits or vegetables.
We plant in SOIL: Sowing Opportunity; Improving Lives. They will offer mushrooms, turmeric, ginger, warm and cool season veggies, eggs, honey and more. They do not use any chemicals in their farming operation.
Saura Creek Farm: They have seasonal vegetables available including herbs, lettuce and microgreens. They do not use any pesticides or chemicals.


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December 3, 2019
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10:00 am - 2:00 pm
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Bailey Park
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Free

Bailey Park

Innovation Quarter
445 N. Patterson Avenue Winston-Salem, NC 27101
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+1 336.716.8672
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