How to Organize a Farmer’s Market
1. Find a sponsoring group.
An existing community organization is a good choice.
2. Find local farmers.
Contact your state’s department of agriculture. You’ll need at least 20 to 40 participating vendors; 60 to 70 is ideal.
3. Set the stage.
Pick a central location such as a municipal park or town square. Saturday mornings are prime time, but also consider Sundays and weekday evenings.
Smart Gelatin Substitutes
Traditional gelatin-based salads and desserts are popular additions to any table, and now you can make nutritious versions fit for any diet, too.
Up Your Local Food Game with Community-Supported Agriculture
Get an insight on community supported agriculture.
Bone Broth with the Hub’s Domestic Diva
Don’t throw away your bones just yet! Get more use out of them by making a bone broth.