It’s another bountiful morning at the Lloyd Farmers Market! We’re excited to welcome back our newest vendor, Flying Coyote Farm! This week, they have lots of greens, crisp radishes, sugar snap peas, eggs, goats’ milk soap, and lovely handmade krauts.
Greenville Farms is back today with strawberries! Unger Farms will be returning to market next week, but in the meantime, stop by market early to pick up some berries from Greenville! See below for a full list of vendors and more photos. See you at the market!
Today at the Lloyd Farmers Market a new farm begins their season – Flying Coyote Farm! They are a three-acre farm located in Sandy, OR, growing over 100 different varieties of fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers. They also offer farm-fresh eggs, goat’s milk soap, and small-batch sauerkraut. Come welcome them to the market!
Also today Greenville Farms has the first strawberries of the season! They only have about ten flats, so make sure and grab some early. See below for a full list of vendors and more photos. Think Unique Gardens will return next week. See you at the market!
May is here, and we’re all set for another beautiful month at the Lloyd Farmers Market! This week a new hot food vendor starts their season – Obon, serving what they call “Japanese comfort food,” plant-based Japanese cuisine that highlights local produce. Also starting this week is Sweetheart Bake Shop, with delicious hand pies, cookies and cakes by the slice.
We also begin our live music season at the Lloyd Farmers Market; today we’ll be featuring the guitar stylings of Lew Jones from 11am to 1pm!
We will continue to add new farmers and vendors throughout the spring, including lots of additional produce, fruit, juice and gelato! In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if some strawberries start to show up at Greenville Farms‘ booth in a couple weeks. You can check out some of the upcoming additions on our vendor webpage.
See below for a full list of vendors here today, and more photos. See you at the market!
It’s a great day for greens today at the Lloyd Farmers Market! Greenville Farms has mountains of collards, curly and Russian kale, and Naked Acres Farm has some gorgeous rainbow chard. If your tastes run a little wilder, Nature’s Wild Harvest has foraged watercress!
Today we also unveil our beautiful 2015 season poster (see picture above)! We need your help to get it out there; if you like the poster, please stop by the info booth today at the market and pick up one or two for your office. Your help is very much appreciated!