103-Garden Planning

It may be dark and dreary outside, but inside we are busy planning for the upcoming garden season.

On today’s episode you will hear about what is underway with starting seedlings plus a bit more about our decluttering efforts.

If you are interested in the Coles County Master Gardener’s Spring into Gardening day on February 15, you can get more information here.

Don’t forget to shop our online Mercantile and get free shipping in January on orders over $25, just use the code SHIP25.

Until next time….

061-Spring Tasks

Today’s episode documents several tasks we are doing to prepare for Spring as well as a challenge or two that have come our way.

Our preview of the summer market season is coming April 13, 2019 from 10:00AM to 3:00PM at the Farm Fresh Mercantile. We are inviting some other vendors to join us plus a vintage Maytag motor demo.

If you wish to order high quality meat to pick up, go to Whittaker Beef to place your order.

Until next time….

060-Summer Market Season is Coming

The temperatures are still cool as we record this podcast, but we are still working toward our summer season. We talk about preparing for the 18th Street Farmer’s Market and Julia’s latest book The Long Road to Market.

Pick up your copy here.

We also share a couple of difficult decisions. First, we must drop a favorite scone flavor due to the lack of availability of macadamia nuts and the need to increase our prices slightly.

Thank you everyone for your continued support.

Until next time….see ya.