Growhio is a non-profit Sustainable Cleveland 2019 initiative designed to strengthen and support all aspects of Northeast Ohio's local food economy through branding, marketing and collaboration.


Happenings at Tremont Farmers' Market tomorrow

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Thank goodness our vendors are willing to go with the flow while keeping their good cheer.  And thanks to all you wonderful customers who tracked us down last week! 

Please continue to spread the word that we are now housed by the Holy Ghost Greek (Byzantine) Catholic Church and Cultural Center, 2420 W.14 St, on the corner of Kenilworth Ave.  Parking available on site as well as across the street.

Each step of the way, we become a stronger market.  Kudos to everyone involved.  Become a Market Sponsor

****A humongous cheer to The Flying Fig for the Support! 

Recycle/Reuse/Reduce:  Please return items clean.
Bring your bags, reduce your use of plastic.
Return egg cartons to J&R Farms.
Return tea containers to t by Sarah.
Return glass jars to Auburn Apiary, Blaze Gourmet, Godmother's Pizzas, and Abby's Kitchen.

EBT Proudly accepted! EBT Incentive Program still in effect. Participants who use more than $5 from their Ohio Direction Cards receive an extra $5 to spend at the market. EBT can be used to purchase food plants!

Abby's Kitchen, Blaze Gourmet, Erie's Edge Farm, Godmother's, J&R Farms (formerly Hickory Acres Meats), Lucky Penny Creamery, Morning DEW Orchards, Morningside Farm, Ms. Julie's Kitchen, Noon Sharpening,  Ohio Farm Direct, Por-Bar Farms, Recycled Boutique, Red Cedar Coffee, and The Spicehound.

Happenings out in the community:

*Thank you for your ongoing interest in the Tremont Farmers' Market!

Our market is part of a special ODA-grant funded collaboration with Growhio and several other independent farmers' markets across greater Cleveland. We would like to be able to send you joint updates and newsletters to keep you apprised of this collaboration and what exciting things it will mean for our independent markets, but we want to be sensitive to your mailing preferences. 

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If you are not interested in receiving collaboration-oriented newsletters you do not need to take any action.  Thanks again for your interest! 
"What Gandhi was insisting upon with that spinning wheel- he never quit talking about it, and carted it all over Europe as well as India- as the absolutely vital importance of how we accomplish the most mundane things in life: the putting of clothes on our backs and food on our tables.  There is always a simpler way to meet these needs, he taught, and a more self-reliant one- always an adjustment to make that will foster better health and draw you into more richly interdependent relationships with others.  There is always a choice."
From: The Laurel's Kitchen Bread Book by Laurel Robertson.

Jody Lathwell, Market Manager

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