Just two weeks left outside until the Yancey County Farmers’ Market moves indoors. Starting on November 5th the market will be inside the Burnsville Town Center, with all the fresh and processed local goodies continuing! While some growers have encountered frost, most will have fall produce for sale well into December.
This week expect to find apples, arugula, beets, bok choy, broccoli, cauliflower, collard greens, garlic, kale, kohlrabi, assorted greens and lettuces, microgreens, nettles, onions, peppers, potatoes, pie pumpkins, purslane, radishes, spinach, Swiss chard, tatsoi, turnips, and winter squash.
Of course the market offers lots of goodies beyond plants and produce. Several market members have eggs for sale – including duck eggs and quail eggs. Rounding out the offerings are goat cheese, meats, baked goods, hot sauce, homemade jellies and jams, fresh-cut flowers, personal care products and country crafts.
Vendors this week
|Oak Moon Farm & Creamery-Cynthia Sharpe/Dwain Swing|
|Locally Good Farm-Stephanie & Patrick Poetter|
|Fun Frolic Farm-Christina Gordon|
|Milo Acres-Lori Osada|
|Browns Creek Herbs -John Janeski|
|Open Ridge farm-Natalie for Jona Felts|
|Visual Dialogue-Cathy & David Krafcik|
|Halls Hill Farm-Hall Young|
|Jackie’s Naturally-Jackie Wall|
|Baked Goods-Bonnie Gullak|
|Aardvark Farm-Rett Murphy & Kathryn Skelley-Watts|
|Native Roots Jewelry-Lauren & Michelle Mejia|
|Common Ground Farm-Jim Stockwell|
|Edwards Farm-Jim Edwards|
|Shady Lane Farm-David Duncan|