Here’s what’s happening at the Spenard Farmers Market!
Veggies at the market this week will include Carrots, Radicchio, Beets, Parsnips, Spring Onions, Radishes and much more. Growers at the market this week will be Chugach Farm, Sexton Farm, Vitali Seldovich, Spring Creek Farm, Grass Roots Services, Ba-lescas Brothers, and Wild Rose Alaska Natural Harvest.
Midnight Sun Farms had this to say “The sunny weather has helped our crops out in the valley. Midnight Sun Farms in Palmer will be bringing fresh spinach, mixed spring greens, nutty arugula, and delightfully sweet butter lettuce. Also be on the lookout for our first batch of fresh baby kale, which tastes great sautéed up for Saturday night's dinner. As always there will be an assortment of jams and jellies, featuring our newest flavor, Sitka Rose Petal Jelly”.
Poi Boy will be back with smoked salmon, ling cod, and rockfish from the Homer area! Chugach Farms will have Gooseberry Kombucha. Skeeter Farms will be back with fresh quail eggs! Marshmelanie will have new flavors of gourmet marshmallows including bacon flavored. Make sure to stop at Sexton Farms for jams and jellies flavors include rosemary orange, dandelion, strawberry black peppercorn with fresh mint, and jalapeño, better show up early to this booth they sell out fast!
Hedge Pottery will have beautiful plates, bowls, and mugs. Mez Alaskan Pottery will also be there showing off new designs of their handmade ceramic dinnerware. Swing by Lewmor Studios for Fuse glass magnets, wall hangings, jewelry, plates, and bowls.
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Every Saturday from 9-2 the Spenard Farmer's Market brings to you hand picked vendors. Each week you'll shop among Alaska's most talented artisans, farmers, growers and authentic foodies! Some vendors you'll recognize from week to week and others the dedicated SFM volunteers sprinkle in to keep the Spenard Market as FRESH as our vendor's hand picked produce!
Money spent with local farmers, growers and artisans and locally owned purveyors of culture all stays close to home, working to build our local economy. Since the food and arts and crafts moves through fewer hands, more of the money you spend tends to get directly to the growers and artisans.
THANK YOU to Chilkoot Charlie's for their continued, generous support and to YOU our loyal Market goers for choosing to spend your money with our vendors!
Welcome Vitali & Monica!
P&M Gardens is BACK!! Say HI to Eric and ALL of his beautiful plants.
Spinning the LOVE in Spenard!