A project of Churches' Center for Land and People

According to Robin Schirmer - Indoor farmers markets are held November through March to provide small farmers with venues to continue selling their farmstead products beyond the traditional growing season. The markets are held primarily on Saturdays and Sundays in churches and other faith communities, and move around throughout the greater Chicago area. At least 30 markets are scheduled for 2008-09. The markets feature fresh (hoophouse) produce; meat/poultry; cheese; grains and flour; farmstead soaps; fibers, yarns, and knitted goods; natural tilapia; cider; salsas, sauces, and soups; preserves; pickled vegetables; infused vinegars; fresh and dried herbs; sprouts; beauty and spa products; and much, much more. For more information contact A project of Churches' Center for Land and People at:
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Chicago Area, IL