Wiregrass Farmers Market vendors are carefully selected to ensure the produce, crafts and baked goods offered are either grown or produced by that vendor. From a produce standpoint, we seek area growers who offer quality, consistency and variety. We do allow growers to bring a maximum 25% of items they have purchased, primarily during times of the year when local produce is not ready
November 16, 2019 Come shop for the week at the Farmers Market from 9 a.m.-Noon Join us for Holiday Photos- 10 minute micro-mini sessions, $30 each Here’s the lineup: Specialty Foods and Finds: Local honey, homemade jams and jellies, ginger, turmeric, dried roselle, eggs, and farm-raised meat Local Produce: Broccoli, lemons, red grapefruit, Seminole and Tahitian squash/pumpkins, yellow squash, sweet potatoes, onions, fresh greens,
Following in her mother’s footsteps, Brenda Spampinato uses her love of gardening, to create unique flower arrangements that she sells at the market every Saturday. She admits that she fell into being a vendor by accident. In October of 2017, Brenda was asked to help with the flowers at a wedding rehearsal dinner at her church. The request was for succulents in white pumpkins.
Kevin Walker and his wife, Adrian, have been market vendors since it opened. From Enigma, GA, the couple, along with their family, provide locally grown produce at the Wiregrass Farmers Market. Depending on what’s in season, you can find fresh peaches, tomatoes, “yellow-meat” watermelons, and plums, along with a variety of vegetables. Their favorite part about being a market vendor is meeting new customers,
Hickman Honey Company Rooted in south Georgia, Hickman Honey Company started as a hobby and quickly grew into a passion. Based out of Sycamore, John Hickman and his fiance, Randi, have been growing their bee business from the ground up. Today, Hickman Honey Company is home to more than a hundred bee hives. Their mission is to continue producing delicious, local, raw honey, while
Meet one of Wiregrass Farmers Market’s newest vendors, Leslie Bailey with bailey jams! Only in her first season at the market, Bailey is already a board member and actively involved in growing the market. What started as a hobby of making jams for family and friends, Leslie attributes her husband for encouraging her to start selling the tasty treats. All of her jams are
Upon retiring from the Airforce, Ernie Baldree was looking for ways to utilize his Granddaddy’s old farm in Irwinville, Georgia. He enjoys working with animals much more than gardening, so that is where he found his passion. Baldree has been a market vendor for 3 seasons at the Wiregrass Farmers Market. What is the farm name you might ask? Only fitting, “Granddaddy’s Farm”. You
If you have visited the Wiregrass Farmers Market recently, you’ve noticed some young faces behind the table selling produce, breads, sweets, and more. The farmers market allows even the youngest entrepreneur a chance to hone their skills. Two of the youngest vendors include Juliana, 15, and Haley, 12. What started as a garden for the family nearly 40 years ago, has become a small
If you are interested in being a vendor at the market, please download the forms and mail them in, we’d love to hear from you.
Last Call ‘Til Fall! Saturday, July 26 is our last summer market! Stop by the Wiregrass Farmers Market to stock up on locally made goat cheese, breads, vegan baked goods, fresh eggs, traditionally-baked pound cakes, cookies, cinnamon rolls and other treats such as granola. And of course, enjoy summers finest locally grown produce from tomatoes and peas to melons, beans, squash, herbs and more.