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Meet Our Farmers & Vendors!
One of the many special aspects of shopping at the Goshen Market is getting to know the farmers and vendors that work so hard to bring their beautiful offerings to market. Our farmers and producers are passionate about bringing you the best, freshest local food available.
Baskets by BeBe and Jen / It’s About Time
Hand-woven baskets, jewelry, fashion accessories
- Jenece Brown & Yvette (BeBe) Booker
Certified organic vegetables & fruit sasonal and potted vegetable plants & herbs.618.656.9082
Naturally grown vegetables & eggs from free range chickens.618.780.1298
Products are organic and include vegetables, berries, nuts, vegetable plants, some native flowers and peacock feathers.
E & N Farms
Hanging baskets and other greenhouse plants, fall mums, pumpkins, produce.
Homegrown fruits & vegetables grown with low pesticides and weeded by hand or mechanically – no garden herbicide.Ron Brinker & Sharon Brinker 618.664.9547
Vegetables, fruit, flowers, Gold Medal perennials.
Irie Elements jewelry is created by Kara Zipprick, a glass and metal smithing
artist. Irie Elements is inspired by the bold and unpredictable elements of mother earth. Each piece of jewelry is one-of-a-kind.314.420.7004
Artisan Chocolates Gourmet618.791.6786 or 618.307.9099Facebook: J&J Chocolate Chalet
Unique hand painted things of all kinds.618.567.7203
Farm fresh, free range eggs; root vegetables (potatoes, turnips, beets, carrots), greens (lettuce, kale, spinnach, endive, chives), brassiias (broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts), other (okra, eggplant, squash, cucumber, sweet corn, beans, peppers, tomatoes, zucchini), and more!market@LookingGlassPrairie.combeau.sievers@LookingGlassPrairie.com
Sells registered daylilies & iris & various potted plants & bulbs.Debbie Gray or Marie Johnson
Delicious cupcakes for your taste buds’ enjoyment! 618.920.7812
Gourmet dips and meat rubs.Patty Beckman
Knitted & felted purses & gift bags, knitted baby items, wine bags, ice scraper mitts, fingerless hand warmers. Plants, flowers & herbs started from seeds or cuttings.Karen Albrecht
U-Pick and/or Pre-Picked Strawberries, Blueberries, Blackberries, Black Raspberries, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Tomatoes, Peppers, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Ornamental and Hardshell Gourds, Fresh cut sunflowers, Dried Gourds for crafting, Sunflower Seed Heads, corn Stalks, Indian Corn, and Squirrel Corn. Please call for appoinments to pick berries or to place an order for pre-picked berries and produce in seasonJanice and David Reinhardt618.633.2888
Striving to bring fresh, healthy, and local food to the surrounding community. We raise our chickens free-range, no growth hormones, antibiotic-free, and fed with organic feed from Midwest Organics Co-op. You can find our eggs at several locations for sale and enjoy them at many restaurants in the Edwardsville and Alton area.
Mindy Wolff 618.604.5811
Bakery goods, made from scratch using basic wholesome ingredients. Watercolor greeting cardss made from original watercolors.618.656.1774
No pesticide grown berries and vegetables.618.920.6098
Fine art: drawings, paintings, photographs – originals & prints.
Yvonne McCall 618.656.9208
Goshen Ambrosia O’Kettle Corn
Gourmet lettuce, heirloom tomatoes, greenbeans, cucumbers, cantaloupe, watermelon, decorative gourds, squash, zucchini, indian corn, sweet corn, hotpeppers,
eggplant, apples, peaches, email@example.com
Unique keepsake collection of hand-crafted floral jewelry, Hand painted floral cruet bottles, hand crafted note cards, and annual bedding plants, perennials, herbs, and shrubs.
www.etsy.com/shop/rosewoodmeadowsRachel Van Fossan
Fresh vegetables, fruit.618.401.4776 (cell)
Wool rovings & yarns, sheep’s milk soap, lotion bars with lanolin.Tracy Riddle