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Meet Our Farmers!

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Jasian Greens & MoreKaren Parnther

  • Their Why: Providing healing, nutritious & vibrant foods to families of all ages.

  • Specialty crops Karen will be selling at the Farmers Market: Swiss chard, lettuce, kale, bok choy, tatsoi, chijimisai, hot and sweet peppers, scallions, eggplants, zucchini, cucumber, and yard long beans.

Farm with Me, LLCTravis Stewart

  • Their Why: Empowering the community to have a deeper relationship with nature and its food.

  • Specialty crops Travis will be selling at the Farmers Market: Bokashi composting kits, biochar, seedlings, peppers, garlic, tomatoes, and more.
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The Practical Hen Farm, LLC

Bridgette Bryan

  • Their Why: To provide my family and community with locally grown nutritious food.

  • Specialty crops Bridgette will be selling at the Farmers Market: Swiss Chard, bok choy, collards, tomato, onions, leeks, spinach, arugula, beets, peppers, herbs, and herbal teas.
Wonderbee Gardens

Melissa Emma

  • Their Why: Wonderbee Gardens is a Hartford based business that offers culinary and medicinal herbs, herbal tea blends and added value products. Wonderbee Gardens also serves the community as a demonstration herb garden and herbal learning/sharing center. The owner, Melissa Emma, has studied herbalism for over 20 years under various teachers and volunteered as a board member for various local herb associations. She holds a BS in Environmental Studies, an Advanced Master Gardener Certificate, and a Goodwin Conservation Master Naturalist Certificate; her professional experience is in horticulture and environmental education, Melissa hopes to continue lending her experience and skills to the service of her community.

  • Specialty crops Melissa will be selling at the Farmers Market: Fresh and dried herbs, tea blends.
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Athenia’s Goddess Greens

Athenia Powell

  • Their Why: At Athenia's Goddess Greens, more than ecological wellness is at hand. Athenia's reason for growing, planting and harvesting is to teach and reach others who may also see the need for constant rejuvenation within our bodies and Earth. When growing we are reminded of our pure connection with the Mother Earth Plane. We welcome the overwhelming prospects needed, to have her rejoice with what we do as growers following in turn what she gives to us.

  • Specialty crops Athenia will be selling at the Farmers Market: Cucumber, flowers, tomato, peppers, collard greens, scallions, greens, eggplant, and culinary herbs.
Remedy Me Herbs

Felesha Ross

  • Their Why: More information to come!

  • Specialty crops Felesha will be selling at the Farmers Market: Pickled and canned goods, corn, yellow squash, bell peppers, lettuce, tomatoes, green cabbage, basil, cilantro, carrots, beets, and mint.
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Green Man Farm

David Pontrelli

  • Their Why: I want to bring good food into the Hartford community and grow enough vegetables to eat my own produce year-round.

  • Specialty crops David will be selling at the Farmers Market: Swiss chard, grape tomatoes, spinach, peas, kohlrabi, zucchini, and patty pan squash okra, onions, carrots, leeks, radishes, and dill.
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David Joseph

  • Their Why: More information to come!

  • Specialty crops David will be selling at the Farmers Market: Sweet rainbow peppers, eggplant, kale, bok choy, basil, lettuce, cilantro, and squash.
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