Farmers Market at UMD

More and more veggies and other good things every week!

Farmers Market at UMD
Local Food, Music, Artisans
Every Wednesday
2-4:30 p.m.
UMD Kirby Plaza Bus Hub

Contact: Leah Nelson

[email protected]

218.940.2138

Ride the Bus or Park for FREE in Lot E!

Campus Map: http://www.d.umn.edu/parking/lots.html

(Note: Public must park in Pay Lot G beginning September 9)

Want to be a vendor? Space IS available. Contact Leah for more information!

What you will find at the Market this week (September 2):

Grassroots Cooperative Farm will have FRESH-PICKED Snap Peas (they’re still coming!), 2 Varieties of Kale, Carrots, Flat-leafed AND Curly-leafed Parsley, Potatoes, Green Beans, Tomatillos, Echinacea in pots (they’re perennials!), t-shirts, and hand-made mesh grocery bags!

Campbells Garden will be at the market with tomatoes, green peppers, jalapenos, maple syrup, possibly sweet corn and much much more. For the lady that wanted canning tomatoes, I lost your phone number. If you would still want some call me Tuesday evening 715-372-4031.

Gilby’s Acre will be at the Market this Wednesday with more of our good hand-dipped bon-bons including the dreamcicle flavor as well as tart lemon, coffee with cream and, hopefully, spearmint. We will also have a variety of old-fashioned cookies and, of course, raspberry bread. Rich will be bringing his recycled piston windchimes, as well. See you there!

Slow Food Lake Superior will sell Harvest Picnic tickets at the market this week and will distribute information on Slow Food’s Time for Lunch campaign, a nationwide movement to improve school nutrition.

Mike’s Apiaries will be at the UMD Farmers Market this week with local honey in quarts and pints along with jellies and jams ( with two new additions of GOSEBERRY and TRIPLE BERRY JAMS) and some veggies from the garden – onions (sweet), peppers, carrots, chard and cukes.

Deb Shubat Deb Shubat will be bringing Rainbow carrots, red and Walla walla Onions, Music and Samarkand Garlic, Beets, Cabbage, Tomatoes, Green beans, Beautiful cut flower Bouquets and Seed and nut crackers.

Maxine Jordahl will have onions, and her usual delicious baked and canned goods.

Lita Wallace will have green beans, pea pods, baked breads, cookies, brownies, greeting/note cards, green onions, crocheted dish cloths, corded basket and table top quilts. If you are big on camping (esp. BWCAW), I have a quilted case for your utensils.

Gracia’s Great Lake Soap will have all-natural, handcrafted soap, nourishing skin oil with jasmine and sandalwood, and body butter with geranium and ylang ylang. Always 100% biodegradable. No synthetic fragrances, perfumes or dyes, no animal products, no animal testing, cruelty-free.

Jamison Meats will have fresh tasty local meats, look for their truck!

Antonina will have young Russian banana potatoes, raspberries, fence cherry berries.

HavenWood Whole Foods and Golden Shamrock Traders will be there with jams, jellies, Honey in different sizes, possibly breads, vegetables and handcrafted items.

Stacey with Energy for Life Connection Stacey with Energy for Life Connection will be there with herbs to support your health and minimize colds/allergies. Along with all the usual variety of lotions/balms and other herbal supports. Sweetgrass/sweetgrass turtles and hopefully the first few bottles of wild raspberry mint vinaigrette!

As Always: Live music, crafters and artisans every week!!

Sponsors: UMD Wellness Program/Department of Human Resources, UMD Stores, Auxiliary Services, Office of Civic Engagement and Lake Superior  Sustainable Farming Association

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