Gin Trash Available This Saturday!
Need some gin trash for your garden? Five gallon buckets will be available this Saturday at the market. Proceeds from your $4- $5 donation will be used to help the Wiregrass Farmers Market!
Looking for a new project?
Check out the shiitake mushroom logs now available at the market! It takes just a little love – in the form of keeping the logs moist and then an overnight soak a couple of times a year and you’ll have your own shiitakes to harvest. It’s great family project to grow these delicious mushrooms. Properly cared for, each log will last several years.
Meet a Policeman, Learn Wild Fermentation and Bike-to-Farm
Ready for some fun? Kids will love talking with Steve Hyman from the Tifton Police Department from 10 -11 – it’s free, just stop by the market this Saturday. Creative Co-Op: Wild Fermentation June 4. Learn how to ferment and take home a jar of your sauerkraut! Pre-registration is required. Cost $15. Learn more or sign up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Bike-to-Farm Tour. June 7, 8
Activities for Adults and Kids This Saturday!
Children will enjoy creating a pine cone bird feeder from 10 – 11 a.m. This activity is free – just stop by the market and join in the fun! Interested in preserving food? Adults can learn the art of preserving through drying from 11 – 11:30 Saturday. This event is free and is presented by Bret Wagenhorst.
Special Recognition This Saturday at 11:30
The Wiregrass Farmers Market held at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture & Historic Village will hold a special recognition event for market founder and supporter Leeann Culbreath on Saturday, May 17th at 11:30am. The event will take place in the market garden adjacent to the Market Pole Barn and is free to the public. The Wiregrass Farmers Market Board extends an invitation to current
Lots of Fun at the Market This Week!
Kids: Glass Bottle Painting for Mom. Kids will paint their own vase to take home to Mom or someone special. Free – just stop by from 10 – 11 a.m. Adults: Cooking With The Peanut Chef. Don Kohler from the peanut commission, along with Brenda Morris, will use ingredients from the market to lead this fun demonstration with lots of free samples! Free