In addition to Blueberries of Daviess County and their popular pre-orders for fresh blueberries and homemade desserts made with their blueberries, several other farms and vendors will join us.
Barr Farms returns to the market this week as the fruits of the season now abound. Adam Barr and Rae Stroebel grow over 40 different varieties of certified organic vegetables, including many heirloom varieties and offer sorghum. They also raise chickens, beef, and pork. Learn more about them, their farm, and staff at their website. They will be in space 28 this week while Elmwood Stock Farm is away.
Pavel’s Garden, a Partner Grower of founding St. Matthews Market farm, Foxhollow Farm, will be joining the market family. Since 2007, Pavel has operated a vegetable CSA and market garden at Foxhollow. Pavel grows delicious vegetables using organic and biodynamic gardening methods. Subscribers to the CSA enjoy a full box of freshly picked vegetables each week. They will be in space 33 this week while Stone Burr Farm is away.
The mission of the partner growers program is to provide the opportunity for farmers, gardeners, and artisans to grow biodynamic and organic food in a supportive community. Foxhollow is committed to creating partnerships with farming entrepreneurs. They believe in the importance of sharing their farmland with the next generation of individuals dedicated to growing food that is nourishing and delicious. The exchange of information, resources, and support are a few of the benefits of gathering a group of individual growers on one piece of farmland. Learn more about partner growers at Foxhollow from their website.
Magnolia Woodwork and Walnut Grove Style makes their return with hand-turned and finished wood items, bow ties, and jewelry. Ryan inherited his passion for woodworking from his Grandfather. In fact, some of Ryan’s earliest memories are sitting with him to watch the New Yankee Workshop and the smell of his humble, yet efficient workshop. After spending over ten years learning the craft, Magnolia Woodwork was created to share his passion with clients who appreciate custom made, high quality wood furniture and accessories. Recently, Ryan has joined forces with longtime friend, Terrianne Tremayne, to create Walnut Grove Style – a brand dedicated to hand-crafted wood jewelry, fashion, and home decor. They will be in space 00 at the front of the market.
Maya Collection is a Louisville non-profit offering handmade artisan goods from recent immigrants to America. Maya means love in the Nepali language. Through the business the women have an opportunity to become financially independent and share their love of creating beautiful, wearable art. Come see them at the market on June 27. They will be in space 23.