Below is a list of our vendors. You can Eat Well and Live a More Sustainable Life through making your food and gift item purchases from local growers and food and non food artisans.
We currently have space available for vendors. If interested, contact us here: http://www.lewfm.org/Contact.html
Angela's Homemade Pies: fruit pies (whole or by the slice), cobblers, shortcake, vegan options and zero sugar/zero added sweeteners options upon request. Cookies, muffins, and other baked goods. Dogie treats. Sources many ingredients locally. Also sells Kenny's Farmhouse Cheeses.
CENSUDI, non profit organization selling handcrafted market baskets, beautiful and functional straw hats, and bracelets made by women and girls in Ghana.
Charles Purdue: handcrafted flutes, jewelry, kid's crafts and activities (beginning at about 4:15)
Green GRRRL Wisdom, Karen Blocher, Certified Herbalist: herbal teas, herbal liquids, soaps, bug repellant, first aid products, and body care products.
Honey Tree Acres Farm & Gardens: Eggs from pastured chickens fed NO gmo and NO soy. Herbs, cut flowers, seasonal produce.
Learning to Live Sustainably: selling breads from two local bakers: Sixteen Bricks Artisan Bakehouse and Zosia Bread Company, local raw honey from Bee Haven, Mt.
Kofinas Olive Oil bottled by the Semertzides family in Cincinnati, jarred mustard from Gene the Mustard King, and reusable Snack Sax and Sandwich Sax from Rose-A-Lee Designs, Xenia, Ohio. Locally produced knitted items from Sustainable Stitches: Water bottle cozies and carriers, tea cozies, and more. NEWLY ADDED ITEM: Rue Farms Rustic Potato Chips which are made locally from locally grown, Non-GMO potatoes in Non-GMO oil.
Parkland Homestead: Eggs from pastured chickens fed NO gmo feed. Produce in season.