Farmers: Our Local Heroes

Apr 24, 2014 in Updates

Our family farmers are men, women and kids who raise crops and animals, take care of the earth and plant so we may have healthier lives. Come to WEFM this and every Sunday to show your appreciation for our local heroes. Eating locally: it’s a rad act, plus we get strawberries!   

Farmers: Our local heros

Farmers: Our local heroes

Daffodils, Dahlias & Lilies On My! Have a passion for blooms? So does Savita Wilder who has turned her love of gardening into a flourishing business. As a hospice nurse, Savita understands the benefits of relaxing and enjoying amidst beautiful, vibrant flowers and how growing plants relate to the cycle of life. She specializes in gorgeous, no fuss, reliable bulbs that will come back every year in our local gardens. She also has annuals and perennial flower starts.

Daffodilswb

Bonanno Family Gourmet Olive Products– Four generations of family recipes are behind these outstanding olives, oils and vinegars. Visit with John Bonanno to experience the Queen of Olives stuffed with harbeneros, real blue cheese or marinated in herbs, taste early press CA certified olive oil- unfiltered, cold pressed and balsamic vinegar made with organic grapes. It’s all delicious and healthy- no chemicals, no sugar, no lye or anything else you wouldn’t want to eat.

Bonannowb

Live music on our North Bay Hootenanny stage: The Rains, a husband and wife songwriting team specializing in Americana songs and vocal harmonies.

The Rainswb

 

 

Are you interested in sponsoring the West End Farmers Market? Call Allen Thomas, Market Manager for info (707) 477-8422

Thank You WEFM sponsor!

Stretch your EBT dollar:  We are happy to announce that Kaiser Permanente has made a donation of $500 to our EBT market goers. So for every $10.00 of EBT that you purchase you receive $5.00 of extra EBT to use at the market. One match per market limit of $20.00. So if you purchase $40.00 in EBT you get $60.00 worth of tokens.

EBT

See you this Sunday at the West End Farmers Market, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., located on Donahue Street between Boyce and Decker Streets