Vendor Profile: 1895 Organic Farm

1895 Organic Farm is a small Certified Organic vegetable growing operation established in 2000.  We created the name 1895 because there was no use of chemicals at that time.

With a very wide variety of vegetables, we are able to supply your table needs.

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Vendor Profile: Busy Bee Farm

Busy Bee Farm was established as the Price family home in Tabernacle, NJ in 1996 and the apiary/farm began in 2006.  The farm currently has about 5,000 lavender plants and 20 beehives.  The focus has been on the development of a pollinator habitat, earning organic certification and participation in a forestry stewardship program.

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Vendor Profile: James Durr

James Durr is a family-operated business that started from nothing and has become a thriving farm growing cut flowers and produce.  Everything that is sold at the market is grown by us and not bought in.

We look forward to doing business with you.

Thanks ~ Lisa, Jim and Zach

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This week at the Market

Saturday, June 28th, 2014

Fun for Kids Day

 Allison O’Brien with The Garden State Community Kitchen 

 ~ a non-profit that provides hands-on food, fitness and nutritional education to children in the Garden State ~

will be teaching the children how to prepare some healthy and delicious summertime treats.

Starts at 10am ~ in the farmhouse

 Storytelling with Dorothy Stanaitis

~ under the canopy ~ outside the vendor barn ~ 11am

What to look for this Saturday ~

Robson’s Farm says it all about peas this week ~ and their main items will be peas!  Rose said she’ll have purple snow peas, shelling peas and sugar snap peas – and a bunch of other fun stuff!

Busy Bee Farm is bringing the first loose leaf Lavender Mint Tea of the season.  Try some for a relaxing way to beat the heat.

The Durr Farm will have their just picked snap peas, beets, carrots and potatoes. Their early morning display is a must-see!

Cherry Grove Farm will still have some brie this Saturday ~ as they continue to bring their Havilah, Rosedale, Lawrenceville Jack, Jack Reserve and some Nettle Jack. Stop by for some tasty sampling before deciding which is the best.

Cool down with Davidson’s Mushrooms 3-mix bruschetta as an appetizer, or great over pasta.  Ask about their other tasty mushroom appetizers, too.

 Spinella Farm will be bringing sweet, just picked Jersey cherries and first of the year string beans.

Coming Soon to a market near you…… like next week…..

Sweet Jersey Corn is on its way ~ and ~ Jersey Field Tomatoes 

Also for the kids:

Farmhouse Art Studio will be selling fun and unique children’s tie dye clothing. They are featuring some fun 4th of July items, along with many other summer-wears! Kids receive a fee tie dye bracelet with purchase.

MS Food Creations will have their delicious quinoa with fresh local asparagus again. It goes fast, so…….

Catering by Phillip will not be at the market this week. Come see them next week for their delicious favorites, as well as new specials!

This Saturday 

 Live Music with Caveman Dave 

Cooking Demo  with Allison O’Brien 

Storytelling  with  Dorothy Stanaitis 

Master Gardeners


Our Artists &  Crafters at the Market this Saturday

Starshine Adirondack Furniture

Green Cow Studio

Stormwind Alpacas

Select 10

Evalilee Jewelry

Victory Gardens

Farmhouse Art Studio

Kathryn Morrison

Furniture Fusion

In Nurturing Hands