Coming soon to Homer Farmers' Market:
Plant a Carrot Campaign
Vendors' fees at the market help to cover the basic cost of operating the market, but in order to keep fees as low as possible and still fund advertising, special events and even some basic operating expenses, we need to solicit sponsors.
The Plant a Carrot Campaign provides individuals an affordable way to participate in sponsoring the market.
Every dollar collected through fundraising for the Homer Farmers' Market goes back into the market's operation. Our vendors and customers are who profit from fundraising efforts. Recent studies have shown that of every $10.00 spent at a farmers' market, $7.80 is re-spent in the community, supporting local jobs and businesses.
Carrots will be available soon at the market tent.
What's at the Market? Wednesday, May 28
Green Onions, Lettuce and Radishes from Dave's Veggies in Homer
Chard and Beet Greens from Solon Gardens in Cincinnatus and Dave's Veggies in Homer
Spinach, Beet greens and Broccoli from Solon Gardens in Cincinnatus
Strawberry & Rhubarb from Dave's Veggies in Homer
Baked Goods, Eggs, Dairy & Preserves
Bake goods from Edgewood Bakery in Homer
Maple Syrup from Badman's Bushel Basket in Summerhill
Jam and jelly from Badman's Bushel Basket in Summerhill
Granola (New flavors: Honey Vanilla and Zzzzzz- a blend to promote restful sleep!) from The Owl and the Pussycat in Homer
Popcorn from Badman's Bushel Basket in Summerhill
Potted plants, bedding flowers from from Dave's Veggies in Homer, Badman's Bushel Basket in Summerhill and Solon Gardens in Cincinnatus
A Variety of Veggie plants: Tomatoes, hot and sweet peppers,
Veggie plants and herb plants from Dave's Veggies in Homer, Badman's Bushel Basket in Summerhill, and Solon Gardens in Cincinnatus
Perennials and Hanging Baskets from Dave's Veggies in Homer and Badman's Bushel Basket in Summerhill
Everbearing Strawberry Plants from Solon Gardens in Cincinnatus