Meet Our Vendors

Meet Our Vendors

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.

Full-Season Vendors


Biver Farms

Certified organic vegetables & fruit seasonal and potted vegetable plants & herbs.

Blue Pond Farm LLC

Growing & selling produce grown hydroponically & traditionally. Leafy greens, tomatoes, hydroponic microgreens, asparagus, potatoes, pumpkins, gourds, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries & variety of sunflowers.
Dennis & Pat Jones
Chris & Amanda Jones



Callie strongly believes love and joy can be found in and through baked goods. In her kitchen, she prepares small batches from scratch so that she can pass this love and joy from her home to yours.
Callie Wartenbe

Coriander Fields

Pasture raised, GMO Free chicken, eggs, and turkey.
Mindy Cory

D & M Farms

D & M Farms naturally raises and feed cattle, lamb, goats, and pigs. Their meat products are USDA and IL processed and hormone free. They offer local meat from their farm to your family. Custom orders gladly accepted! D & M carries Marcoot Jersey Creamery cheese and whey ice products at the market!
Vickie 314.409.7400
Dave 618.977.3550

Daydream Farm

Naturally grown vegetables & eggs from free range chickens.

Donnybrook Farm

Products are organic and include vegetables, berries, nuts, vegetable plants, some native flowers and peacock feathers.

E & N Farms

Hanging baskets, bedding plants, and specialty plants.
Doug & Deb Laumbattus

Doug  618.444.5657
Deb 618.444.5565
Facebook – Laumbattus’ E&N Farms

First Fruits Farms

Homegrown fruits & vegetables grown with low pesticides and weeded by hand or mechanically – no garden herbicide.
Ron Brinker & Sharon Brinker
618.664.9547 or 618.919.3598

Friedel Family Farm

Calhoun Peaches and Produce
Gabriel Friedel

Green Thumb Nursery

Native prairie grasses & wildflowers
Tom Shirrell

Honey Maids & Honeywood Hives

Honey from the beekeepers; creamed honey, body care products with ingredients from the hives.
Charity Davis-Woodard

Iris Hill Farm

Small batch jams, jellies, pickles, and local honey.
Barbara Beal

Irie Elements

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.


JBoss Pottery

Pottery and products made of clay, including functional ware, garden items, bird feeders, garden bells, and RAKU decorative items.
John Boss

Lovely Lane Soaps

Colorful artisan soaps, unscented lotions for soothing and moisturizing, thick creamy body butters, body scrubs to leave your skin silky and smooth for summer weather, shampoo bars that clean your hair with no parabans or silicones, conditioning bars for a silky feel and healthy hair.

Looking Glass Prairie

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!

Meridian Gardens

Hybrid daylilies and iris plants for landscapes
Debbie Gray and Marie Johnson

Mills Apple Farm

Fruit pies, giant cookies, turnovers, fruit crisps, apples, peaches, and blackberries.

Miss Mary’s Cupcakes

Delicious cupcakes for your taste buds’ enjoyment!

Kid Gritt Woodworks

Wood tables, benches, and decor. Specializing in live edge natural wood.

Party Queen Dips

Gourmet dips and meat rubs.
Patty Beckman


Reinhardt’s Berry Patch

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 season.
Janice and David Reinhardt

Rustic Roots

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 & Bobby Wolff

Seibold’s Best

Made from scratch bakery items such as butter cookies, gooey butter bars, cream horns, and brownies
Larry Seibold

Spider Web Arts

Custom tie dye/Upcycled clothing and t-shirts. All sizes and special orders.
Patsy Woodard

SS Backwards Longhorn Meats

Frozen lean meats & lean beef sticks.
Dara Simmons

The Family Garden

Produce from strawberries to pumpkins. Jams and jellies made from the fruits we grow. Free range eggs fed a non-GMO feed, and cornish cross chickens raised on grass.
Jackie Mills

The Shepherd’s Wife

Wool rovings & yarns, sheep’s milk soap, lotion bars, lamb, and hand woven rugs.
Tracy Riddle

This Bath is the Bomb!

Homemade all natural bath bombs
Samantha Flaugher

Wildcreek Gardens

Flower Bouquets, dried flowers, sun-printed items, painted glass.
Lisa Brinker

Vast Produce

Aquaponically grown lettuce

222 Artisan Bakery

Coffee, ice tea, bread, cinnamon rolls, pretzels, bagels, and muffins.

Partial Season Vendors

Blue Nook

Children’s stuffed animal bags, baby blankets, microwave bowl holders, and children’s dresses.
Thuy Schnur

Liberty Apple Orchard

We are a family-owned U-pick apple orchard in Edwardsville offering 14 varieties of apples from late August through November. We also offer apple butter made from our apples and honey and cider from local farms.
Steve Miller

Meg Solon Photo Art

Packaged sets of original photo notecards,  matted photo art, and original photos printed on decorative soft pillows.
Meg @ 618.656.8885

Rosewood Meadows

Hand-crafted nature inspired jewelry specializing in floral memorial keepsakes, hand painted bottles, landscape canvas art, and photo greeting cards.
Rachel Van Fossan

Tenderloin Farms Lavender

Tenderloin Farms Lavender grows many varieties of lavender here locally in Edwardsville.  Currently 700 bushes and growing.    To shop all the products this little lavender farm creates, go to our online store at  Purchases can be shipped or picked up locally.  Kim & Kris Stahlhut thank you for supporting our little lavender farm.  Follow us on Instagram and Facebook using @Tenderloinfarms