Archive for Vendor Profiles

Vendor Voices: King's Raven Winery

Vendor Voices: King’s Raven Winery

08/17/2017  |  No Comments

We believe that Farmers Markets are a great platform for bringing together folks who eat food and those who grow it. They offer so many opportunities for connection to food and how it is grown. We really believe in transparency... Read More

Vendor Voices: Baird Family Orchards

Vendor Voices: Baird Family Orchards

08/08/2017  |  No Comments

I appreciate customers who are willing to show up to market and spend their hard-earned dollars to buy food for their families, even when the weather isn't all that fun to be out in... I realize there are much more... Read More

Expert knife sharpening by local blacksmith Arnon Kartmazov!

Expert knife sharpening by local blacksmith Arnon Kartmazov!

07/27/2017  |  No Comments

Montavilla's own Arnon Kartmazov of Bridgetown Forge is back at MFM, on Sunday, July 30th, 2017! Here are few words from Arnon about his practices: "Having lived and apprenticed in Japan for a long time, my attitude to knife-making and knife sharpening... Read More

Vendor Voices: Nectar Cafe

Vendor Voices: Nectar Cafe

07/20/2017  |  No Comments

I have been vending coffee at Montavilla Farmers Market for close to a decade. I love this market partly for the neighborhood feel and partly because the customers here are just the best. With support from this market I have... Read More

May 14th only: How to plant a dahlia!

May 14th only: How to plant a dahlia!

05/11/2017  |  No Comments

Mark from Old House Dahlias will be making his annual visit to the market this week: Sunday, May 14th, 2017. With over 50 types of tubers, there's nowhere else you can find as much variety to fill your garden with... Read More

Spring is here, and so it begins...

Spring is here, and so it begins…

05/02/2017  |  No Comments

We're just days away from Opening Day! But the countdown has been on much longer for most of our vendors. Click the picture below to check out Abundant Fields Farm getting their start back in March growing food for you!