The 2017 vendor lineup at the Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market is one of our strongest and most diverse yet.
Here’s a running list of all the vendors who are scheduled to join us during the season on all or select dates:
Growing Neighbors: Produce from scattered-site residential farms across Spokane.
Lost Valley Organic Orchard: Heirloom and niche apple varieties from Chewelah.
SnowBerry Ridge Farm: Raw honey and honey products (e.g., beeswax, lip balm, natural soaps).
Song Sparrow Farms: Fresh, locally grown produce, including melons. Also does a CSA.
Farm Yard: Neighborhood-grown fruits and vegetables. Some craft items.
Good Day Handmade Bath & Body: All natural soaps with essential oils and unrefined butters.
Transitions New Leaf Bakery: Baked goods and fresh produce from their garden.
The Scone Ranger: Scones that are so good, so moist, so habit-forming.
Home Grown Veggies: A small-plot residential farm based in Spokane.
Post Street Plants: Seasonal starts and decorative plants for the home and garden.
Mary Beauregard: Plastic canvas needlepoint.
The Father’s Table: Neighborhood-grown produce. Also soaps and some crafts.
Deer Creek Farm: A family farm providing locally grown produce.
Great Harvest Breads: Plain and specialty artisan breads, cookies and more.
LakeWolf Creamery: Locally made Mexican-style specialty cheeses, including curds.
KC Creations: Original photography, greeting cards, beaded earrings and other beaded items.
Seely Teriyaki: BBQ teriyaki chicken, stir-fried noodles and rice.
Riverfront Farm (River City Youth Ops): Neighborhood-grown, scattered-site produce.
Berry Basics: A regional farm specializing in cherries, berries and melons.
Made with Love: Start-up bakery with fruit pies, artisan bread and more.
Black Fire Kettle Corn: Fresh-made delectable kettle corn.
R.P. Guerrero: Organic tree fruit from the Wenatchee area.
Vladimir Kuzmenko: A wide variety of co-op produce from across Washington State.
Sailor Girl Soap & Supplies: Handcrafted soaps, balms, cremes and lotions for sensitive skin.
Browning Beef: Grass-fed, longhorn-cross beef with a flavor that’s in a league of its own. We can arrange orders and pickups.
Retro Astro: Made-in-the-USA mason jar items, handcrafted quilts and mid-century vintage.
Barley Baked Goods: High-uqality, homemade dog treats with no added fillers.
Dragon Heart Farm: Beautiful cut flower arrangements and ornamental plants.
Wilson Banner Ranch: Cider, pears, cherries and peaches from Clarkston.
When we say “neighborhood-grown,” we mean it. This is produce that is sown, tended and harvested literally no more than a few blocks away right before market. It doesn’t get any fresher.
Each week, the free KERNEL kids program offers a fun and educational gardening-themed activity. Children of all ages can participate and receive $2 in KERNEL Cash for spending on fresh fruit and veggies.