Feb

26

2021

Saturday February 27, 2021

Redwood Empire Food Bank is joining us tomorrow at the market to collect non-perishable food items to support those facing food insecurity in our community,  we are also hosting a free book give away, travel, cook, gardening, history, fiction, on and on. . . .

Both of these events in addition to a great line up of vendors:

Vendor List 2/27/21

Achadina Cheese
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bay Orchids
Bohemian Well Being
Dutton Estate Winery
Farm Sinclair
Gourmet Produce
Grandma’s Farm
Hector’s Honey
Heron Fox almonds
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Salmon Creek Ranch
Neve Flowers
Ortiz Farm
Ponce Farm
Schletewitz Family Farm
Singing Frogs
The Beet Generation
Tokonoko Farm
Valley Ford Cheese
Aloha Organix
Anna’s Seafood
Aroma Floral
Beaujolais Granola
Berkman’s Spices
Costeaux Bakery
Crepe du jour
Dominique Sweets
Edgeworker
Extraordinary Blends
Filthy Farm Girl
Fleur Sauvage Chocolates
Franco One World Sausage
Geyserville Gourmet
Healdsburg Bagel
Hiroko Ceramics
Jungle Maiden
Lucky PoP Kettle Corn
Mary Jane Salberg
Mask Nificient
Mi Fiesta
Myriad Coffee
Pet Wants
Portico Italian Social Food
Pure Puer Tea
Quiche & Carry
Raymond’s Bakery
Round Around Brew
Sister Sweet Shoppe
Sporgy Mushroom
Stella Works
Sweetwater Divine
The Hummus Guy
The tinkerer
Wine Country Garden Art
The Green Grocer

 

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Feb

19

2021

Santa Rosa Original Certified Farmers Market 
Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 8:30 AM PST – 1:00 PM PST
39–64°F Mostly Sunny
Price: Free · Duration: 4.5 hrs.
Help us feed the 100,000 people coming to the Redwood Empire Food Bank for assistance. We’ll be at the Santa Rosa Original Certified Farmers Market collecting food and funds for our neighbors facing food insecurity.
Bring food donations to the Farmers Market located at The Luther Burbank Center (50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa). You’ll see a big Redwood Empire Food Bank van where you can drop donations.
For questions, please contact our Food and Funds Coordinator, Devin Murray at dmurray@refb.org or (707) 523-7900 ext 143.
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Feb

03

2021

Lemon Pepper Salmon

Lemon-Pepper Salmon 

Recipe from:  Allrecipes Magazine

Simple, tasty and fast! Salmon is sautéed with all ingredients at once, and served over couscous.         Great with a Spinach salad

Ingredients:

  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 4 (4 ounce) salmon steaks
  • 1 teaspoon minced garlic
  • 1 tablespoon lemon pepper
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1 cup chopped fresh tomatoes
  • 1 cup chopped fresh cilantro
  • 2 cups boiling water
  • 1 cup uncooked couscous

Directions:

  1.  Heat the butter and olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat.  Place salmon in the skillet, and season with garlic, lemon pepper and salt.  Pour 1/4 cup water around salmon, place tomatoes and cilantro in the skillet. Cover, and cook 15 minutes, or until fish is easily flaked with a fork.
  2. Bring 2 cups water to boil in a pot. Remove from heat and mix in the couscous.  Cover and let sit 5 minutes.  Serve the cooked salmon over couscous and drizzle with sauce from skillet.
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Feb

03

2021

February Market News

I hope this finds you all well, we at the SROCFM are diligently working to provide a safe, fun place to shop & visit.

January has flown by, but gratefully brought us some rain with more due in February, but thankfully SUN predicted for Saturday.  We are blessed with an assortment of Vendors, able to fulfill all your needs: Healthy Meals for the family, Snacks for watching the Super Bowl, Gourmet Chocolate, Beautiful Orchids or hand crafted Jewelry for your special Valentine, and of course, the freshest local Fruits & Vegetables of the season.

    Saturday Market continues year round, 8:30-1pm, there is NOT a Wednesday Market in February but will be back March 3rd.  8:30-1pm, both markets rain or shine. 

Our on-line store/curbside pick is available.         https://www.srocfmcurbsidestore.com/                   You are welcome to email me if you do not see a product you are interested in, I will do my best to fulfill your needs.

Min-Hee Hill Gardens and Korean Cuisine is now offering her Gourmet Egg Rolls, Kimchi and Pickled Beets & Vegetables on our on-line store

Super Bowl Snack

                                                               recipe from: Dani Spies

Roasted Buffalo Cauliflower Bites                       

Ingredients:

  • 1 head of Cauliflower or Romanesco washed and broken up into small florets
  • 1 tsp. extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tsp. garlic powder
  • 1 tsp. paprika
  • 1 tsp. chili powder
  • 1/2 tsp. kosher salt
  • 2 tbsp. of your favorite hot wing sauce

Instructions:

  1. Pre heat oven to 425
  2. Toss cauliflower with olive oil and distribute evenly
  3. Combine garlic powder, paprika, chili powder and salt in small bowl.  Toss spice mixture over cauliflower and mix well, making sure all the cauliflower is coated in the spices.
  4. Spread cauliflower out on a rimmed baking sheet, roast for 20 minutes.
  5. Toss with wing sauce and serve with your favorite blue cheese dressing for dipping.  Enjoy
  6. Makes about 2 cups

See you at the market,

 

Pegi

pegi@thesantarosafarmersmarket.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A little rain today, but weather man says Saturday looks pretty dry, this sunshine has helped provided some wonderful fruits & vegetable and we have a great group of vendors coming to the market tomorrow. We also have a new Falafel vendor, Italian Gourmet Deli, Bakers, including gluten free & much more, check our our vendor list for tomorrow, come say hello at the market,

Achadina Cheese
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bay Orchids
Bohemian Well Being
Duncan Mushroom
Farm Sinclair
Gourmet Produce
Grandma’s Farm
Hector’s Honey
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Nature’s spirit
Ortiz Farm
Ponce Farm  Dec & Jan.
Premium Mushroom
Salmon Creek Ranch
Schletewitz Family Farm
Singing Frogs
The Beet Generation
Tokonoko Farm
Aloha Organix
Anna’s Seafood
Berkman’s Spices
Costeaux Bakery
Crepe du jour
Dominique Sweets
Dutton Estate Winery
Edgeworker
Extraordinary Blends
Filthy Farm Girl
Fleur Sauvage Chocolates
Franco One World Sausage
Geyserville Gourmet
Healdsburg Bagel
Jungle Maiden
Mad Batter Cakery
Mary Jane Salberg
Mask Nificent
Mi Fiesta
Myriad Coffee
Pet Wants
Portico Italian Social Food
Pure Puer Tea
Quiche & Carry
Raymond’s Bakery
Run Around Brew
Sia Baskets
Sister Sweet Shoppe
Sporgy Mushroom
Stella Works
Sweetwater Divine
The Hummus Guy
Tinkerer
Wine Country Garden Art
The Green Grocer
Dalla’s Middle Eastern
Gournment Food
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Handle your Thanksgiving shopping at the Farmers Market Saturday 11/21 or Wednesday 11/23, both days the market will be filled with vendors offering fresh Vegetables, Fruit, Bread, Baked Goods, Sausage, Spices, Tea, Coffee and yes even Chocolate.

Armstrong Valley Farm
Bohemian Well Being
Daffodiles Dalhas Lillies Oh My
Dean’s Farmily Farm
Duncan Mushroom
Dutton Estate Winery
Farm Sinclair
Gourmet Produce
Hector’s Honey
Grandma’s Farm
Lantern Farm
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Neve Farm
Ortiz Farm
Ponce Farm
Premium Mushroom
Salmon Creek Ranch
Schletewitz Family Farm
Singing Frogs
Sonoma Coast Organic Produce
The Beet Generation
The Patch
Tokonoko Farm
Ely’s Kitchen
The Green Grocer
Anna’s Seafood
Aroma Floral
Beaujolais Granola
Berkman’s Spice
Costeaux Bakery
Crepes du Jour – Gloria Schmidseder
Dominique Sweets
Edgeworker
Extraordinary Blends
Filthy Farm Girl
Flour Chylde Bakery
Franco One World Sausage
Geyserville Gourmet
Healdsburg Bagel
John Rizzi
Mad Batter Cakery
Mary Jane Salberg
Mask Nificent
Mi Fiesta
Myriad Coffee
Pet Wants
Pure Puer Tea
Quiche & Carry
Raymond’s Bakery
Revive Kombuche
Run Around Brew
Sandra’s Crafts
Sia Baskets
Sporgy Mushrooms
Sweetwater Divine
The Hummus Guy
Tienda Salsita
Wardworks Creative Art
Wine Country Chocolate
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We are happy to announce we will have a great group of vendors this Saturday, I am expecting no rain and good air.

See you at the market,

Ely’s Kitchen
The Green Grocer
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bohemian Well Being
Daffodiles Dalhas Lillies Oh My
Dean’s Farmily Farm
Duncan Mushroom
Edendale Farm
Farm Sinclair
Gourmet Produce
Grandma’s Farm
Hector’s Honey
Lantern Farm
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Nature’s Spirit
Neve Farm
Ortiz Farm
Ponce Farm bill once a month
Premium Mushroom
Salmon Creek Ranch
Schletewitz Family Farm
Sebastopol Berries
Singing Frogs
The Beet Generation
The Patch
Tokonoko Ranch
VertAscent Micro Greens
Walker Apples
Williamson Farm
Ely’s Kitchen
The Green Grocer
Anna’s Seafood
Aroma Floral
Beaujolais Granola 4 weeks
Berkman’s Spice
Comet Corn Organic Popcorn
Costeaux Bakery
Crepes du Jour – Gloria Schmidseder
Dominique Sweets
Dutton Estate Winery
Edgeworker
Extraordinary Blends
Filthy Farm Girl
Flour Chylde
Franco One World Sausage
Geyserville Gourmet
Healdsburg Bagel
John Rizzi
Mad Batter Cakery
Mary Jane Salberg
Mi Fiesta
Myriad Coffee
Pet Needs
Pure Puer Tea
Raymond’s Bakery
Sandra’s Crafts
Sporgy Mushrooms
The Hummus Guy
Tienda Salsita
Wine Country Chocolate
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Hi all, we are looking at a great day at the market tomorrow.  Scott Wilson Pottery, Bella Ridge, Singing Frogs, Anna’s Seafood and Dominique’s Sweets, to name a few will all be present.  The weather looks like it is going to be beautiful with plenty of fresh air!     We are keeping things safe and requiring masks at the market.  Come on by and say hello.  Remember if you receive Cal Fresh or COVID Cal Fresh we match your cal fresh dollars up to $20.00 for Fruits & Vegetables, great way to stretch your food budget, eat healthy and support our local farmers and ranchers.

VENDOR LIST:

Armstrong Valley Farm
Bella Ridge Farm
Bohemian Well Being
Dean’s Farmily Farm
Duncan Mushroom
Edendale Farm
Farm Sinclair
Gourmet Produce
Grandma’s Farm
Hector’s Honey
Lantern Farm
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Nature’s Spirit
Neve Farm
Ortiz Farm
Ponce Farm
Premium Mushroom
Salmon Creek Ranch
Schletewitz Family Farm
Sebastopol Berries
Singing Frogs
The Beet Generation
The Patch
Tokonoko Ranch
Walker apples
Williamson Farm
Anna’s Seafood
Aroma Floral
Beaujolais Granola
Berkman’s Spice
Comet Corn Organic Popcorn
Costeaux Bakery
Crepes du Jour – Gloria Schmidseder
Dominique Sweets
Dutton Estate Winery
Edgeworker
Extraordinary Blends
Franco One World Sausage
Healdsburg Bagel
Mad Batter Cakery
Mary Jane Salberg
Mi Fiesta
Myriad Coffee
Pet Wants
Pure Puer Tea
Quiche & Carry
Raymond’s Bakery
Revive Kombuche
Run Around Brew
Scott Wilson Pottery
Sia Baskets
Sporgy Mushrooms
Sweet Water
The Hummus Guy
Tienda Salsita
Tracy Martini
Wine Country Chocolate
The Green Grocer
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We will have a market Saturday 8/22/20, we may be missing a few vendors that are in fire effected area, however majority of regular vendors plan to be attending market. Vendor list is subject to change due to conditions.
Our thoughts are with everyone facing yet another challenge, wishing everyone to be safe,

Bohemian Well Being
Dry Creek Peach
Edendale Farm
Gourmet Produce
Grandma’s Farm
Hector’s Honey
Lantern Farm
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Nature’s Spirit
Neve Farm
Ortiz Farm
Ponce Farm
Premium Mushroom
Salmon Creek Ranch
Schletewitz Family Farm
Sebastopol Berries
Singing Frogs Farm
The Patch
Walker apples

Anna’s Seafood
Aroma Floral
Beaujolais Granola
Beet Generation
Berkman’s Spice
Costeaux Bakery
Dutton Estate Winery
Edgeworks
Filthy Farm Girl
Healdsburg Bagel
Mary Jane Salberg
Mi Fiesta
Myriad Coffee
Pet Wants
Pure Puer Tea
Revive Kombuchi
Sweet Water
The Hummus Guy
Tienda Salsita
Wine Country Chocolates

Ely’s Kitchen

The Green Grocer

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We thank everyone for supporting your local farmers and Farmers Market

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I fired my first kiln load since March on July 4, and a second load on Tuesday, July 14. I started receiving requests for pottery as soon the lockdown began, and I have been shipping frequently, especially since these two firings. I have taken on a full-time job in Pollock Pines to make ends meet for the duration of the current crisis. For a look at some of my fresh output, please visit https://scottwilsonpottery.com/new-work-7%2F16%2F20.

I have yearned for this day for months now. It will be great to catch up with everyone.

 

Scott

 

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It is going to be a warm day tomorrow but we will be open and ready at 8:30 am, you will have the opportunity to come to the market get what you need and get home before it gets too hot.  I am excited to announce The Green Grocer will be able to prepare at the market our favorite breakfast and lunch items.  We are not able to set up our lunch tables as yet, we  need to continue safe distancing,  mask, and overall safe practices, but it will sure be nice to smell the veggies and bacon on the grill.

VENDORS AT THE MARKET:

Hector’s Honey
Ortiz Farm
Ponce
Ridgeview Farm
Schelewitz Family Farm
Straus Family Creamery
Heron Fox Almonds
Green Grocer
Healdsburg Bagel Co
Mi Fiesta Catering
Myriad Coffee

Full Circle Bakery available at the information booth

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Today is May Day and I am looking forward to celebrating May,  enjoying the sunshine, and saying hello to friends, (at the appropriate distance) tomorrow at the Santa Rosa Certified Farmers Market.   With the sunshine, we are seeing more and more fruits and vegetables each week, tomorrow Ponce Farm will have the first peaches & apricots.  We are also seeing the return of some of favorite vendors, Mi Fiesta & Pure Puer Tea will be at market tomorrow.

See you at the market,

 

Saturday Vendor Lists

Bohemian Well Being
Duncan Mushroom
Farm Sinclair
Gourmet Produce
Hector’s Honey
La Vida Farm
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Nature’s Spirit
Neve Farm
Ortiz Farm
Ponce Farm
Premier Mushroom
Salmon Creek
Scheletwitz Family Farm
Singing Frogs Farm
Takenoko Ranch
Williamson Farm
Ramini Mozzarella

The Green Grocer

Anna’s Seafood
Beet Generation
Berkman’s Spice
Capo Creek Winery
Franco One World Sausage
Just Popped up
Mad Batter Cakery Co
Mi Fiesta
Myriad Coffee
Pet Wants
Pure Puer Tea
Quiche & Carry
Rive Kambuchi
Run Around Brew
Sporgy
Sweet Divine
The Hummus Guy
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Spring is here, the weather is beautiful and we are still under Shelter in Place orders.  I hope you are all keeping yourself safe.   A great opportunity to gather your groceries is to visit the Farmers Market.  Fresh Air, Social Distancing, Great Produce and Friendly People.  We will be at the LBC Wednesday and Saturday 8:30am – 1pm.

Wednesday Vendor List:

Hector’s Honey
Ortiz Farm
Ridgeview Farm
Schelewitz Family Farm
Straus Family Creamery
Takenoko Ranch

Green Grocer

Capo Creek Winery
Myriad Coffee
Healdsburg Bagel Co
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Mar

27

2020

Saturday March 28, 2020

Good Afternoon Everyone, I am in hopes this finds you all well.  We will have our market this Saturday @ the LBC 8:30-1pm.   We are making adjustments to the market set up to follow social distancing guidelines.  Everyone should be in their normal place just further apart, additional hand washing stations and hand sanitizer will be available.

Keep yourself and others safe

DO NOT TOUCH  let your vendor help you with your items

practice your best social distancing (minimum of 6ft)

Wash your hands often

TOGETHER WE CAN FLATTEN THE CURVE

SATURDAY VENDOR LIST:

Bohemian Well Being
Duncan Mushroom
Farm Sinclair
Gourmet Produce
Hector’s Honey
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Neve Farm
Ortiz Farm
Ponce Farm
Premier Mushroom
Salmon Creek
Scheletwitz Family Farm
Singing Frogs Farm
Williamson Farm
Takenoko Ranch
The Green Grocer
Anna’s Seafood
Franco One World Sausage
Just Popped Up
Leon Day
Mad Batter Cakery Co
Myriad Coffee
Pet Wants
Run Around Brew
Sporgy
Sweet Divine
The Beet Generation
The Hummus Guy
Quiche & Carry
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I miss my hugs, but I still enjoy seeing my farmers market family & friends at the market.  shopping at the market not only provides you with the freshest produce and products but supports our local farmers and business, it also will give a chance to enjoy some fresh air.

Wednesday Vendor List:

Hector’s Honey
Heron Fox Almonds
Ortiz Farm
Ridgeview Farm
Schelewitz Family Farm
Straus Family Creamery
Takenoko Ranch

Green Grocer

Full Circle Bakery
Myriad Coffee
Pet Wants
Franco One World Sausage
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Everyone at the Santa Rosa Certified Farmers Market is vigilently working to keep themselves healthy and safely deliver farm fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, eggs and seafood to the farmers market for our customers.  We will be open regular hours 8:30am-1pm.  We will only have essential vendors at this time and will observe all sugested guidelines: maintaining social distances, no food sampling, and no touching of products.   We will have hand sanitzer, hand washing station, gloves, & sanitizer wipes.

We send our best to everyone,

Saturday Vendor List:

Armstrong Valley Farm
Bohemian Well Being
Duncan Mushroom
Farm Sinclair
Gourmet Produce
Hector’s Honey
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Neve Farm
Ortiz Farm
Ponce Farm
Premier Mushroom
Salmon Creek
Scheletwitz Family Farm
Singing Frogs Farm
Straus Family Creamery
Takenoko Ranch
Williamson Farm

The Green Grocer

Anna’s Seafood
Beaujalois Granola
Berkman’s Spices
Dominique
Franco One World Sausage
Leon Day
Mad Batter Cakery Co
Myriad Coffee
Pet Wants
Run Around Brew
Sporgy
Sweet Divine
The Beet Generation
The Hummus Guy
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With the farm full of nutrient dense produce, we’re innovating on the best ways to get it safely from our fields into your kitchen. Read on for more..

Nutrient Dense Produce for YOU

 

With Sonoma County “Sheltering in Place”, providing our community with Nutrient Dense Produce is an Essential Service that we feel strongly about. Singing Frogs Farm is currently planted with hundreds of beds of healthy, nutrient dense food. Our nursery is bursting at the seams with another hundred beds worth of seedlings. Our seed storage is full and ready to continue providing us with many more months of seedlings. It’s a time of uncertainty but here are some things we can be sure of: The sun will continue to shine. Photosynthesis will continue, plants will grow, roots will feed the soil food web, the soil will feed the plants, and we all need to eat. We will continue to do our best to get it to you and your family.

Farmers’ Markets

We’ll be at both the Saturday Santa Rosa Original Farmers’ Market at the Luther Burbank Center and the Sunday Sebastopol Farmers’ Market this weekend. Innovations we’ve made the last two weeks:

  • We will be implementing a full-service style booth with all produce located behind our farm crew to prevent customer handling;
  • One farm crew member will be handling only produce (with gloves) and one will be handling only cash (with gloves);
  • All farm crew selling at markets will be following strict sanitation guidelines, washing hands regularly, wearing gloves, masks and eye protection;
  • We will have our own hand washing stations for crew as well as for you.

 

CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)

Our CSA Boxes are beautiful this time of year. Unfortunately the CSA is currently full with an extensive waitlist. We generally have a waiting list this time of year because there is less produce in early spring as we are coming out of winter where fewer hours of sunlight means less photosynthesis and therefore plant growth. Additionally, fewer local farms have produce and many backyard gardens are not in production so demand is higher. Certainly the situation with COVID-19 has also drastically increased demand for local, nutrient dense foods and we’ve had a flood of requests the last week. We hope to get everyone on the waiting list by June if not earlier. If you would like to be added please fill out this form.

Extra Farm Boxes

With the demand for fresh produce high and the loss of our restaurant sales we will be offering one time Salad / Mini-CSA Boxes starting next week. Watch your email inbox for more information on how to order.

 

Precautions we’re taking on the farm

As well as changes at Farmers’ Markets we are making many changes on the farm including:

  • Running our on-farm staff as a skeleton crew. We and our crew are a farm family, with many of us living on the property with very limited outside interaction. Our biggest outside interaction is at farmers’ markets.
  • No visitors. Sadly this means all regularly scheduled farm tours, events and workshops have been canceled for March and April.
  • Practicing hand washing, increasing the number of hand washing stations with a change to compostable paper towels rather than cloth towels.
  • Wearing gloves for any harvest or fresh produce handling.
  • Frequent washing of tools and surfaces with a bleach solution. Use of single-use box liners and bags.
  • If team members might become ill (none are), they will be instructed to stay home with sick pay and/or offered off-site work.

 

What’s in season at Singing Frogs Farm

This week we’re harvesting a plethora of lettuce: beautiful 1 lb heads of Red Butter Lettuce, delightfully speckled Forellenschluss, green oak leaf Panisse, Red and Green Mini Romaines, plus our winter lettuce mix. We’ll also have Spinach, Arugula, Mustards, Baby Bok Choi, Napa Cabbage, Braising Mix, Baby Bulb Fennel, Caracas Carrots, Easter Egg and French Breakfast Radishes, Rainbow Chard, Red Russian Kale and Rainbow Kale, Baby Romanesco Cauliflower, Multicolored Cabbage, Parsley, Chives and Pea Shoots! Plus we’ll have our nutrient dense, pastured Eggs from Farmer Donald of Meandering Farmers.

Thank you all for your support!

 

Stay Safe and Healthy!
Farmers Elizabeth and Paul and our Awesome Farm Crew

 

 

 

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