Below is a list of our vendors, including some new 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 produce 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. Sources many ingredients locally. NEW
: Now selling Kenny's Farmhouse Cheese.
CENSUDI, non profit organization selling handcrafted market baskets, beautiful and functional straw hats, and bracelets made by women and girls in Ghana. Also, Better Brittle peanut brittle, and locally grown puffed spelt cereal.
Charles Purdue: handcrafted flutes, jewelry, kid's crafts and activities (beginning at 4:45 on Regular Market Days)
********** NEW VENDOR Eli Creek Farm: A large variety of meats; eggs (when available).
Evergreen Holistic Learning Center: a variety of value added foods
Greener Portions Aquaponics. Aquaponically grown produce and herbs. (currently on a brief hiatus, look for their return soon) Learn more about them on their website: https://greenerportions.sqsp.com/
Jo the Jam Lady: jams, apple butter, scones, granola, homemade egg noodles. Is now using locally-sourced spelt in some items. Sources many ingredients locally. (Will return to market on March 14.)
Learning to Live Sustainably: selling breads from Sixteen Bricks Artisan Bakehouse, 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. learningtolivesustainably.com
Ora Pottery: Unique hand made functional and decorative pottery. A one of a kind gift for everyone.
Yellow Creek Weavers: Hand made rugs that leave a small environmental footprint. Customers also have the option to choose their own color combinations for a custom made rug at an affordable price.