Vendors

All CCFM vendors grow or make the products they sell within 50 miles of the market.

Bread in the Meadow by Elizabeth Naglak offers wholesome bread baked fresh, including wheat bread, rustic white, baguettes, sourdough, focaccia, rye and more. You can also find BITM at www.breadinthemeadow.weebly.com.

Follinen Acres, Mark and Bobbie Follett: Vegetables, eggs, herbs and--in the spring--garden plants. They are always looking for unique and exceptionally tasty vegetables and herbs to share with you. They have been farming at their home in Esko for 20 years and haven't used pesticides or herbicides anywhere on the property.

Garland Logos LLC, Tim Riley: Tim produces functional pottery with a appreciation for the laws of nature and Nature's God. His handmade pottery with a natural theme includes bowls, mugs, pie birds, plates, vases and violet pots. Tim Riley at MN Artists:

Pineknol Farm, John Gaus: Raw local honey, maple syrup, honey soaps, maple syrup candies, canned jams, maple products, natural bug repellents, vegetables in season.

Mike's Apiary, Mike and Georgia Guite, Cloquet, MN: Honey and fruit during the summer.

Hay Creek Hill Century Farm, Gail Olson: Specialty vegetables including Sugarsnap peas, cucumbers, broccoli, cauliflower and radishes. HCH only uses fertilizers and insect controls listed by OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute, and no insect controls that harm bees.

Johnny Boy's Garden, John Swierceski: Fruits, vegetables and flowers. Canned jam and spaghetti sauce, banana bread and more bakery goods. Kindling, wood bundles, craft boards and more.

Leaning Barn Farm, Ken and Ruth Jorgenson: They offer a variety of fresh, quality fruits and vegetables, including seasonal pre-picked blueberries and raspberries, asparagus and shitake mushrooms.

Mike Little: Produce including carrots, beets, potatoes, garlic, cauliflower, broccoli and cabbage, spaghetti squash; bedding plants and mushrooms.

Joyce Peterson: Garden items including painted pots, garden signs and bird feeder plates.

Pine View Farm, Tiffany Johnson: Nursery stock adapted for northern gardens, including shrubs for edible landscaping--blueberries, grapes, currants, and raspberries. Asparagus plants and herbs.

Promised Land Farm (Rob & Lori Gamble): Produce, pastured beef, lamb, goat and chicken; eggs and wool bedding. All grown and raised without pesticides, herbicides, growth hormones or antibiotics."Real Food--raised the way it was meant to be."

Terry Sharkey: Gluten-free, paleo and ethnic baked goods. Some items are dairy, egg, soy free. Using all non-GMO ingredients and as many organic ingredients as possible.

Stones Throw Farm, Catherine Conover and Elden Lindamood: Catherine and Elden grow a wide variety of vegetables and herbs, and customers report great satisfaction with the quality of their produce. The farm is not certified organic, but they don't use herbicides and only use biological pesticides (which are approved for organic use) when necessary. CSA shares available.

Stoney Brook Farm: Sue and Ray Buckner, Cloquet, MN. Maple syrup and canned goods including sauerkraut, jams and jellies.

Rodney Lind: Breads, baked goods and sweets including rye bread, cinnamon rolls and caramel apples.

Carlson Acres, Becky Stone: Eggs, USDA-processed meats including chicken, pork and turkey. Carlson Acres at Facebook.com

Gene and Lorna Bryant: For 2019, apples in late summer/fall

Hammarlund Nursery, Ken Hammarlund: Hanging baskets and bedding plants, heirloom tomatoes. Ken is one of the first nursery owners in the country to use permaculture techniques to grow fruit trees & shrubs.