Everything found at the Market is locally made, grown, raised or produced. Not all vendors are present every week, but here is what our Market has to offer throughout the year. Stop by and see what’s happening. Shop Local.
Ron Arps of Vegenui Garden: Vegetables, flowers, raspberries, plant starts
Neil Dawson of Dawson Green: Vegetables, vegetable plants, flowers, mushrooms, tillandsia
Kelley Penn of Balltown Bee Farm: Honey, Vegetables, fruit, mushrooms, meat (soon) and eggs
John Beckman of Pomme de Terre: Vegetables – especially all kinds of squash in fall, fruit, plants, trees
Melinda McClure of Graceland Garden: Eggs, plants and organically grown produce
Candace Anthony and Justin Ellis of Chrysalis Earth Farm: Fresh vegetables, herbs and duck eggs.
Laird O’Neill of Family Traditions Farm: Produce, eggs, mushrooms
Alan and Kathy Farmer of Flowing S Farm: Shiitakes, peppers, squash, zucchini, okra, corn, and other vegetables.
Megan Eberly of Orchard Slope Family Farm: Produce, fruits, mushrooms, eggs and chicken (soon)
Barbie and Darren Barker of D & B Pumpkins: Produce, and pumpkins in the fall (of course!)
Barry and Neary Sellers of Nantahala Heirlooms: Heirloom vegetables
Lynn Cochran of Cochran Farms LLC: Vegetables, including melons, okra, eggplant, tomatoes.
Full Spectrum Farms: crafts, plants, potpourri, cards, flowers, ceramics, bird houses
Bridget Tyson of Hot Mamas Peppers: Plants and vegetables
Jim Sellers: Apples in the fall
David Smith of Dark Cove Farm: Goat cheese and Goat meat
Joe and Keela Worley of Worley Farms: Pork products, Dairy products, Duck, Turkey (late in season), eggs. Animals are raised all natural and no antibiotics or added hormones are used. Tobacco stick crafts and horseshoe art.
Elizabeth and Ralph Tedder of Bud’s Bees: Honey
Carolyn Deddo of Tumbling Waters: Rainbow Trout
Our Value-added producers:
Kathy and Keith Cirka of Backwoods Bakery: Breads, cookies, scones, pretzels, brownies, cakes, bagels, etc.
Backwoods Bakery also on occasion brings their portable Brick Oven Pizza wagon and cooks on site with as much locally produce as possible
John Bubacz of Sylva Downtown Market
Jenna Kranz of Happy-Go-Lucky-Foods: Granola, granola bars, protein bars, tahini cookies. Everything is vegan, gluten-free, and organic.
Walter and Joanne Meyer of Pineapple Sage Herb Farm: Dried herbs and spices, potpourri and tea, herb plants and sometimes vegetables
Pete Moore of Pete’s Cheese: Mozzarella cheese
Colin Wasmund of Haversack Coffee: roasted, packaged whole beans and brewed coffee at the Market.
Clean Slate: Non toxic cleaning products
Andrea Ford of Chinese Healing Arts: Massage
Eddie Evans of Peaceful Valley Nursery: Plants, trees, shrubs, flowering bushes
Steven Whyman of Mostly Natives: Native plants/flowers
Kerri Rayburn of Herbal Ridge: Herbal soaps and botanical products
Kathy Calabrese of Kathy’s Garden: Herbal remedies, body work
Barb Connell of Registered Nursery: Jewelry, plants and vegetables
Lori Wright of Moonshine Mtn. Candlz: Candles, diffusers, tealights, rustic furniture, votives, wax melts
Paula Carden of Paula’s Cards: Handmade cards
James Stewart Payne of Peacegoods: Stitched goods of all kinds and for all ages
Joyce and Allen Moore of Poplar Cove Farm: Wool, yarn, sheepskins, handmade knitted and woven items. Occasionally eggs and blueberries and other farm products.
Chris Burslem of Buffalo Nation Traders: sNative American Art, fired pottery, gourd art, pipes of all kinds, jewelry, pouches, dream catchers
Jozef Mazunowski: Wood crafts for all ages
Clifford Lenke of Feed-Jar-Birds: Antique glass bird feeders
Friend of the Market Jennie Ashlock has completed some vendor interviews and created a more extensive vendor profile.
- Backwoods Bakery Keith and Kathy Cirka
- Allyson Gernandt of Allyson Gernandt Gemstone Jewelry
- Kathy Calabrese of Kathy’s Garden Herbals
- Kerri Rayburn of Herbal Ridge
- Neil Dawson of Dawson Green
- Evelyn Burrell of Hand Made by Evelyn
- Walther and Joanne Meyer of Pineapple Sage Herb Farm
- James Stewart-Payne of Peacegoods Shop