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Happenings at Tremont Farmers' Market Today

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Winter Market Location 
Holy Ghost Greek (Byzantine) Catholic Church and Cultural Center
 2420 W.14 St, corner of Kenilworth Ave. 

Parking available at the Church, across the street at OLA St. Joseph and on Kenilworth Ave.
Good morning, Market Folks.
My fridge is really, really empty.  I timed it that way---it desperately needed cleaning, so I made sure to use all my veggies....there are only a few items in my fridge at all....but tonight I will stock up.  Nice to clean out, clean up and start fresh!

See you at market.
Abby's Kitchen, Blaze Gourmet, Collective Upcycle, Godmother's, Holly Ridge Nursery, J&R Farms (formerly Hickory Acres Meats), Lucky Penny Creamery, Morning DEW Orchards, Morningside Farm, Ms. Julie's Kitchen, Ohio Farm Direct, Pierogies of Cleveland, Plant Kingdom Bakery, Por-Bar Farms, Red Basket Farm, Red Cedar Coffee, The Spicehound and Valley City Fungi.
Vendor Highlights:
Red Cedar Coffee:
1 pound and 2 gram bags of our holiday flavor including Jingle Bell Java.  Great for stocking stuffers or hostess gifts.

Morningside Farm: 
salad mix, spinach, arugula, kale, chard, parsley, cilantro, cabbage, raab greens, baby bok choi, tat soi, carrots, radish (purple, white), turnips (golden and miniature japanese salad)
potatoes (white, red, purple, fingerling), sweet potatoes, leeks
Ms. Julie's Kitchen:
bringing lots of waffles, granola, breads and kale chips.

Garlic Tasting with special varieties grown by Morningside Farm.  Try all 11 kinds and see what you think!

Music: Brent Kirby will be playing for us tomorrow.  A great supporter of local artists, it will be great to have Brent playing!

Hooray for our Winter Market Sponsors:
Fat Cats, The Flying Fig, Jason P. Muller, Hubbub Custom Bicycles, and Morning DEW Orchards!

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

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.

**TFM t-shirts ($12) and aprons ($15) for sale at the Customer Service Table.

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.
 Growhio is continuing its vendor assistance program through 2012! Under the program, furnished vendor "incubator" booth space and technical assistance is available at 8 Cleveland area farmers' markets for start-up vendors to help reduce the risk involved in trying out selling at a farmers' market. The program is open to farmers who have not vended at a farmers' market before and will sell specialty crops (i.e. fruits, vegetables, herbs, honey and maple syrup). If you are interested in participating in the vendor assistance program, please email us at by December 31st to let us know!

Check out Growhio's Specialty Crop Video!

"Farmers and eaters unite!
Thousands have gathered in Occupy demonstrations across the country to protest the greed of banks, the power of corporations, widespread unemployment, the widest income gap in US history.

No one knows the struggle better than family farmers. Since the 1980s more than a million farm families have been forced off the land, leading to factory farms and industrial, chemical intensive agribusiness that is more consolidated than ever.

Food is too important to be put into the hands of a few corporations!
Let's claim our farms and food for the health of our bodies, our soil, our water and our economy."


Peace and good eats,
Jody Lathwell, Market Manager

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