Category: Experience the Market

ACE ‘Artists on Call’ at EFM
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ACE ‘Artists on Call’ at EFM

The Arts Community of Easton has been a long-time member of the arts movement in Easton and also a long-time vendor at EFM.  In 2018 ACE began a new chapter in their initiative at EFM with workshops and demonstrations by ACE artists every Saturday.  The ‘Artists on Call’ share their talents and knowledge with children...

The Farmer is IN!
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The Farmer is IN!

Farmer Nate Thomas:  “All Life Begins 100% Pure…We Feed Life Accordingly. From mother’s first milk, you can be sure that our animals receive only the healthiest nutrition.” Breakaway Farms takes extra steps to ensure you receive the finest meats, poultry and eggs.  Stop by and talk with Pete Fischer, the face of Breakaway Farms’ at...

The Farmer is IN!!
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The Farmer is IN!!

Candy and Lloyd Traven purchased the Peace Tree Farm property in Bucks County, Pennsylvania in 1983. They have grown Peace Tree Farm from ‘the little greenhouses up on the hill’ to an established and respected operation among international horticulture. Lloyd is a technology guru and advocate for small growers, being among the first to successfully...

The Farmer is IN!
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The Farmer is IN!

… or in this case, the farmers are in!  Richard Hafner and Ed Fulmer have been bringing their homegrown produce and plants to EFM since 2003, making the Backyard Growers one of the most senior members of our vendor corps.  They are well-known for their beautiful flowering plants, veggie starts, hot peppers and heirloom variety...

Decoration Day, Now Memorial Day
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Decoration Day, Now Memorial Day

Memorial Day –  known to some as “Decoration Day,” first honored the Civil War dead by decorating their graves with flowers. On the first Decoration Day in 1868, 5,000 participants helped to decorate the graves of the more than 20,000 Union and Confederate soldiers buried in Arlington National Cemetery. By the late 19th century, many communities...

The Farmer is IN!
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The Farmer is IN!

Yes, you can … meet the farmer that grows or produces the food that you buy at EFM. Visit Salvaterra’s Gardens and meet farmers Jess and Matt Salvaterra.  Their farming roots go back to Matt’s grandfather who cultivated special varieties of produce and that love of working the soil and harvesting its bounty was inherited...

Down on the Farm
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Down on the Farm

Farmers are a hardy sort – no faint of heart enters this way of life as much of it depends on Mother Nature, and despite all of our modern technologies, no one tells Mother Nature what to do.  Case in point is this May, it began unseasonably warm to our delight and then the clouds...

The Farmer is IN!
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The Farmer is IN!

Yes, you can … meet the farmer that grows or produces the food that you buy at EFM.  This week meet Farmer Tom of Blooming Glen Farm.  He will be at the Blooming Glen tent on May 12th bringing the early spring produce grown at the farm in Perkasie.  Blooming Glen Farm is a reflection...

The Farmer is IN
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The Farmer is IN

So, have you heard about ‘jumping on the bandwagon?’ Well, it begins when something good happens and others want to start reaping the benefits.  That’s why today it is almost impossible to shop at a grocery chain and not see the words ‘local farms’ in the produce section.  Something good was happening so food marketers...