May 18th Market

We’re kicking off the season with 6 incredible vendors! Come on down this week, you won’t want to miss what they’ve got to share! (Hint: it’s a little bit of everything!)

Visit us each Wednesday from 3:30-6:00 down at the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center.

Backyard Harvest will be on site to process SNAP/EBT benefits. Ask them about the Market Match program to get even more out of your benefits!

Two if by Seafoods – CANS!! The ones everyone was waiting for last season are fully stocked and delicious. Smoked is back, plus garlic, jalapeño, olive oil, and more. Also a whole assortment of smoked sockeye packets in Lemon Pepper, Teriyaki, Aleppo Spice, Candied, and returning favorite- Maple! 

Canned salmon from Two if by Seafoods

Omache Farm – Returning with fresh produce, eggs, and plant starts! Ask them about their Market Bucks order-ahead program to get in on items available before it is generally offered for market.

Ee Ii Ee Ii Oo Ranch – USDA pork and beef products! Ham, ham steaks, pork chops, pork roast, ground pork, breakfast sausage, bacon, spare ribs, side pork, and ham hocks, ground beef, ground chuck, ribeye steaks, t-bone steaks, sirloin steaks, bitesize steaks, round steaks, skirt steaks, round roasts, chuck roasts, top sirloin roasts, brisket, and ground beef patties.

Runner Bean Ranch – Early spring salad mix, turnips, radishes, garlic, and walnuts!

Gramma B’s Microgreens – Home grown and freshly harvested nutritiously dense microgreens such as beet, broccoli, kale, pea, radish, and sunflower.

Credit: Gramma B’s Microgreens, displaying an abundance of microgreens to jazz up your meals

Windy Acres Candles – Small-batch, hand poured soy candles, crafted with love in this dedicated family business. Candles, tins, and tarts in 36 incredible fragrances. Apple Maple Bourbon, Tobacco and Leather, Snapdragon Tea, Peach Nectar, Blue Mountain Huckleberry, and more!
(Unable to attend, plans to be here next week).

This list is subject to change. Please reach out to vendors directly to learn more about their operations and how you can continue to support your local farms and businesses!

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