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Dear Green Fork Farmers Market Customers,

NEW! OXYX COFFEE LAB joined us at the market last week with their wonderful locally roasted coffee, and this week they’ve made it available for preorder. Check them out on Facebook to find out more about what they do, and visit them at the market this week. Don’t forget to order some of their specialty coffee beans to pick up at the market as well.

RENT BABY CHICKS at Green Fork Farm! Want to please the kids for Easter, Passover, or Spring and watch baby chicks grow, but not sure what you would do with them as they become chickens? Or do you want to try your hand at baby chicks with a lot of help and a small investment? Rental may be the answer. See details at the online market under Live Animals, and place your order this week or next. You can also see the rental setup at the market on Wednesday.

Spring vegetables are growing like gangbusters! This week we have spinach, red veins spinach, swiss chard, bok choy, kale, radishes, green onions, microgreens, and a gourmet salad mix of lettuces.

We also have honey, beeswax, baked goods, bath and body care products, garden seeds, eggs, lamb, pork, beef, chicken, beef and pork fat, and dog bones. Remember that our farmers grow without chemical fertilizers or pesticides, and our artisans use as many local and natural ingredients as possible in their products.

Place your order now until Monday at midnight, and pick it up at the market on Wednesday from 4-7 pm. We’ll be in the Breezeway at Nightbird Books, 205 W. Dickson St. in Fayetteville. And if you aren’t able to place an order, you can swing by to visit and buy directly from the farmers.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Green Fork Farmers Market

Market today 4-7 pm


Dear Green Fork Farmers Market Customers,

If you didn’t get a chance to place an order this week, you can still get some great local, naturally grown and handmade artisan products at the market this afternoon. We’ll be in the Breezeway at Nightbird Books, 205 W. Dickson St. in Fayetteville from 4-7 pm.

Onyx Coffee Lab will join us today as a new vendor with their own LOCALLY ROASTED COFFEE BEANS! They will also set up a special cold brew coffee bar onsite so you can try their coffee and get hooked!

We’ll also have greens, honey, eggs, chicken, beef, pork, lamb, microgreens, and garden seeds available for sale from the table today. Stop by and get some delicious, local, healthy food and other goodies and visit with your local farmers and artisans today.

Green Fork Farmers Market

Weekly Product List


Dear Green Fork Farmers Market Customers,

NEW this week—Green Fork Farm has a new batch of beef available. Order your favorite cuts before they disappear! This is premium beef raised on pasture, Jersey milk, and certified organic grains.

We also continue to offer local, naturally grown and handmade artisan products: vegetables, baked goods, honey, microgreens, bath and body care products, lamb, chicken, pork, beef, eggs, and garden seeds. Place your order by Monday at midnight for pickup at the market on Wednesday, or come by and see what we have available for sale from the farmers’ tables. We’ll be in the indoor Breezeway at Nightbird Books, 205 W. Dickson St. in Fayetteville on Wednesday from 4-7 pm.

We are happy to announce that we are now able to accept SNAP benefits for payment at the market for eligible items, including preordered items.

We really appreciate your orders and look forward to seeing you at the market this week.

Green Fork Farmers Market

Additional items available this week


Dear Green Fork Farmer Market Customers,

We just wanted to let you know that we added a few items to the order list since Saturday when we opened ordering—Bok choy, kale, radish, green onions, and Red Veins spinach. You still have time to place an order until midnight tonight. If you have already placed an order, you can place another order for the additional items and they will be added to your first order.

Thanks,

Green Fork Farmers Market

Weekly Product List


Dear Green Fork Farmers Market Customers,

Congratulations to Tammy Graham, who won the drawing for our market bag of goodies at the Dig In! Food and Farming Festival. Thanks to everyone who entered the drawing, and welcome to our market! We also want to thank all of you who attended the festival and helped to make it such a success.

NEW this week—Black Sheep Ranch joins us with lamb, naturally grown and grass fed. No antibiotics, hormones, or preservatives. Several cuts are available this week, with more coming next week. You will love all they have to offer in delicious, healthy, pasture raised lamb.

It’s time to start planting the spring garden! This week Green Fork Farm offers for the first time a collection of popular garden seeds from Clear Creek Seeds in Tahlequah. These seeds are open pollinated, non-GMO, untreated, and grown without chemical fertilizers or pesticides. If you aren’t sure what to plant when, the Garden Planner Planting Guide will help you plan the whole season with planting and harvesting dates. Get started now!

This week we also have greens, honey, bath and body care products, baked goods, olives, olive oil, eggs, chicken, pork, and microgreens available for preorder. Place your order by clicking on the market link below. Click on the shopping cart next to each item you wish to order and fill up your basket. Submit your order by Monday at midnight, then pick up and pay on Wednesday from 4-7 pm in the Breezeway at Nightbird Books, 205 W. Dickson St. in Fayetteville. If you aren’t able to place an order, you can stop by the market on Wednesday to see what our farmers have available for sale from their tables.

We look forward to seeing you then!

Green Fork Farmers Market

Weekly Product List


Dear Green Fork Farmers Market Customers,

NEW—Check out Dandelion Peace Flower’s mint soap, herbal deodorant, and body oils. You will love these wonderful additions to their locally crafted, natural bath and body care products. Don’t miss Blue Pony Bakery’s cowgirl cookies and olive oil rosemary bread and all their other delicious goodies. Some are gluten-free, everything is made fresh to order, and it’s all delicious!

If you haven’t yet, you also need to try Figgieville’s amazing olives and olive oil. These are so fresh, you won’t believe the taste. Figgieville gets them directly from their partner farm in California where the olives are grown organically. The olives are brined rather than cured with lye, and the olive oil is cold-pressed and VERY fresh. This is top-notch stuff. Figgieville also makes a gluten-free almond torte that we thought could not be improved, but after tasting their pecan torte, it’s a struggle to choose a favorite!

Beyond Organics still has winter greens this week. Also available for preorder—honey, eggs, microgreens, chicken and pork. We hope to have spring greens coming on soon, and next week Black Sheep Ranch will join our market with lamb. Green Fork Farm will also offer beef.

Go ahead and place your order between now and Monday at midnight, then you can pick up and pay for your order on Wednesday from 4-7 pm in the Breezeway at Nightbird Books, 205 W. Dickson St. Remember the best selection is available if you preorder, but you can also buy from the farmers’ tables at the market, indoors out of the wind and cold.

Thanks to all of you who visited us at the Dig In! Food and Farming Festival this weekend and helped make it such a big success. We were excited to see you there and really appreciate your support of the market and of the festival!

See you on Wednesday.

Green Fork Farmers Market

Weekly Product List


Dear Green Fork Farmers Market Customers,

It’s time to place your order for this Wednesday’s market. You can do so until Monday at midnight for pickup on Wednesday from 4-7 pm in the Breezeway at Nightbird Books, 205 W. Dickson St. in Fayetteville.

It’s not easy at this time of year, but our producers are busy bringing you a great variety of products, including spinach, chard, collards, kale, green onions, eggs, honey, pork, chicken, bath and beauty products, baked goods (including gluten free options), olives, and olive oil.

Coming in March: Beef from Green Fork Farm and NEW! Lamb from Black Sheep Ranch. Stay tuned for more information in the coming weeks.

NEXT WEEKEND! The Dig In Food and Farming Festival is coming! Films start on Thursday. Friday includes workshops for farmers, advanced gardeners and water conservationists, and the opening reception and films in the evening. Saturday is packed with classes, workshops, discussions, keynote address, films, information and vendor fair, seed swap, and food tastings. Food will also be available for purchase. View the full schedule and obtain passes at diginfestival.com. Admission also by donation at the door.

Hope to see all of you soon!

Green Fork Farmers Market

Market this evening 4-6 pm


Dear Green Fork Farmers Market Customers,

We will be at the market this evening for pickup from 4:00 to 6:00 pm. We will close early due to early closing of the bookstore due to inclement weather. Please let us know if you won’t be able to make it by 6:00 and we will make other arrangements with you.

Thanks, and we’ll see you later!

Green Fork Farmers Market

Weekly Product List


More products just listed for order this week

Wanted to let you know that there are some new items that just became available for order this week: kale, spinach, collard greens, and green onions. You can still place an order until Monday at midnight. If you have already placed an order for this week, you can place an additional order and it will be added to your first.

Green Fork Farmers Market

Weekly Product List


Don’t forget to place your order for this Wednesday’s market

Click on the link below and you will be magically transported to a land of real food, locally grown without chemical fertilizers or pesticides, and artisan products handmade from local and natural ingredients. Fill up your cart, proceed to checkout, and don’t forget to scroll down and submit your order.

Your tasty, healthy food and handmade items will be waiting for you when you arrive for pickup at the market on Wednesday between 4 and 7 pm in the Breezeway at Nightbird Books in Fayetteville. You can also stop by to shop at the farmers’ tables on Wednesday if you aren’t able to place an order ahead.

NEW this week

  • Dandelion Peace Flower Botanicals has a new batch of soap ready, a wonderful almond soap that’s sure to please. And they’re introducing a facial elixir skin care product with rosemary and thyme.
  • Blue Pony Bakery does it again! Something new every week, and this time it’s new varieties of bread, cookies, and granola bars, as well as a special treat for the canine companion in your family—Cody’s Crunchy Dog Treats.
  • If you haven’t tried it yet, check out Figgieville’s Pecan Torte and give it a try—it is a most delicious people treat.
  • Vegetables are taking a bit of a break this month, but spinach and chard are back this week. Thanks to Beyond Organics!
  • Keep an eye out in the next couple of weeks for a new batch of beef from Green Fork Farm.

Also available this week

Honey, beeswax, eggs, microgreens, chicken, pork, olives, olive oil, baked goods, and bath and beauty products. There’s plenty to fill up your pantry, so go ahead and place your order.

Mark your calendars

The Dig In! Food and Farming Festival is coming up soon in Fayetteville on February 28, March 1 and 2. Join us to learn about and celebrate food and farming with classes, workshops, films, discussions, opening reception, keynote address, seed swaps, information and vendor fair, food, and children’s activities. This year’s keynote speaker is Brad Lancaster, an expert on water harvesting, water management, and permaculture (more about Brad at harvestingrainwater.com).

In addition to a full day of programming for the community on Saturday, this year the festival will include a Farmer Friday program which includes workshops for farmers, advanced gardeners, and water management enthusiasts. The festival will also feature films in the afternoon on Thursday, and in the evenings on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Information and passes available at diginfestival.com. Don’t miss it!

You can also ask us about the festival at the market, so come on down and find out what it’s all about, and get some great local food and handmade products. See you on Wednesday.

Green Fork Farmers Market