The Best of Home Grown, Home Baked and Hand Crafted by Local Farmers, Gardeners and Artisans.



Monday, November 30, 2015

Kathy & Friends Fabrics

Started with EFM: 2015 Holiday Bazaar

Products: Quilted table runners and place mats.









Becky's Creations

Year Started: 2015

Product: Herbs & live plants, baked goods, fiber arts, handmade jewelry





Tallgrass Custom Wood Products

Year Started: 2013

Product: river mirrors, wall mounting coat racks, live edge tables on repurposed bases.

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Phylis Odgers

Year Started: 2015

Products: A variety of sewed and crochet items: table toppers, place mats, kitchen hand towels with buttons to hang on stove or cabinets, round scrubbies made from net, square casserole holders (14" 10" 8"), soup bowl holders, crochet dish cloths





Heins Farms

Year began selling with EFM: 2006

Products Offered: Up to 6 kinds of lettuce: Romaine, Black Seeded Simpson, Red Salad Bowl, ButterCrunch. Spinach. Carrots. Beets. Yukon Gold Potatoes. Radishes. Beauregard Sweet Potatoes. Okra. Peaches & Cream Corn. Peppers: Rainbow Sweet, Yellow, Green, Orange, Red, Purple, Jalapenos, Habanero, Red Pimento. Tomatoes: Early Girl, Sung Gold, Beef Master, Heirloom Brandy, Wine, JetStar, Mortgage Lifter, Rutgers. Asparagus. Strawberries. Apples. Squash. Cucumbers. Cauliflower. Cabbage. Broccoli. Herbs: Dill, Cilantro, Basil. Use organic, homemade fertilizers and insect control. No commercially prepared food or control items.





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Emporia Blacksmithing

Year Started: 2015

Products: We make custom quality blades and knives.

View more on their Facebook Page.




Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Lemons! and other expected Product at November 21 Indoor Winter Market




The second indoor market of the sixth season of year-round markets in Emporia will take place on Saturday, November 21, from 10am to noon at 701 Commercial.

Produce expected at the market includes local, tree-ripened, organic Meyer lemons! Yes, you read that correctly. There will be homegrown lemons (a limited quantity) at the Emporia Farmers Market.
Also: Apples, honey, cider, romaine, spinach, peppers, beets... more filling in of the blanks as the reports arrive.


Tamales will be for sale at Saturday's market!

Several baked goods vendors will be in attendance to help you prepare for a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner, as well as original crafts and area artwork.

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Expected Product at November 7 Indoor Winter Market

The first indoor market of the sixth season of year-round markets in Emporia will take place on Saturday, November 7, from 10am to noon at 701 Commercial.

Produce at the market will include:

  • leeks, 
  • green peppers, 
  • radishes, 
  • spinach, 
  • cabbage, 
  • apples 
  • and more. 
The market will feature several baked goods vendors, as well as original crafts and area artwork.

Graze the Prairie will be at the market with certified grass-fed beef product. Shoppers are encouraged to view www.grazetheprairie.com and contact them in advance with orders to be picked up at the market.

Questions about the Emporia Farmers Market? Check our website: www.emporiafarmersmarket.org, call 620-343-6555, or email emporiaFM@gmail.com.

Graze the Prairie Grass-Fed Beef





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Sunday, November 1, 2015

Market Vendors Compete in Halloween Costume Contest

At the final market of the 2015 outdoor season, vendors dressed for Halloween! Shoppers voted for their favorite of the seven participating vendors. The winner will be announced at the first Indoor Winter Market on November 7, and will receive a free vendor membership for 2016, courtesy of market manager, Tracy Simmons.

Harold and Naomi Brenzikofer, The Country Flower Shed, came dressed as a gentleman farmer and his lady. It's true, Harold is always a gentleman, but he did dress extra spiffy for the occasion.


Maria Hernandez came as a cat!

Delmer Hinrichs had some Frankenstein sized stitches!

Who was this ghoul? Why, it's Jeanette Hurshman!

The legendary Bob Karr at the bat.


Wanda Myers, just looking for a brain.

And Van Gogh brought his Starry Night masterpiece (aka Ben & Jessie Stallings).