All CCFM vendors grow or make the products they sell within 50 miles of the market.
Bread in the Meadow, Elizabeth Naglak. Artisan bread & yeasted treats including wheat, rustic white, cranberry wild rice bread, baguettes, sourdough, focaccia, rye, croissants, muffins and more. You can also find BITM at www.breadinthemeadow.weebly.com.
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.
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."
Snowberry Bakery, 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.
Stone's Throw Farm, Catherine Conover and Elden Lindamood: Stone's Throw Farm offers a wide variety of veggies and herbs, and cut flowers. They are seeking organic certification in 2019, their 10th year of production.
Gene and Lorna Bryant: For 2019, apples in late summer/fall
Rock Cuts Farm, Tarey Johnson: MicroGreen vegetables at the Tuesday Carlton Market.
Rodney Lind, Hot Rod's Bake Shoppe: Breads, baked goods and sweets including rye bread, cardamon bread, cinnamon rolls and caramel apples.
Gilby's Acre, Carolyn and Richard Gilbertson: Gilby's Acre offers a variety of home-baked fruit breads in small portions--great for individual servings or lunchboxes. Also cookies, candy, jams and fudge. Hand-woven rugs, place mats and runners made on a vintage loom once owned by former CCFM member Eleanor Jania.
Lonnie's Breads, Lonnie Mullenix and family: Yeast breads including cranberry-wild rice and onion rye, and assorted scones. Carlton Market Tuesday afternoons.
Little Women Crafts, Lori Little and daughters: Stained glass, stepping stones, garden tables.
Pants Mary Apiary, LLC, Pants Mary Land, LLC, Darla van Heerde: Honey and beeswax candles; preserves including jam, chutney, relish, barbecue sauce. Elderflower cordials and lemonade, in season. Fresh fruits and vegetables.
Debra Davis: Jams, jellies and syrups made from local fruit; pickles, relishes; crocheted items.
Linda Revier: Craft goods including painted birdhouses (3 sizes), painted rocks, dish towels and cloths, novelty items and gifts.