Left: We appreciate the variety of holiday scents (and non-scented) soaps our producers lovingly hand-craft. From Danielle Copley’s soaps made with herbs she foraged from her property, to the 1 lb. “Odds and Ends” bags (not pictured) Emily Byler puts together to repurpose soap from the production process, to soaps made by Jen at Blackberry Meadow Farm, we are fortunate to have such creative and chemical-free body products available.
Right: Squirrel would stash all of these gorgeous winter greens if he could! Instead, he’s going to make a salad because greens are best enjoyed fresh. Check out our Recipe Corner below for three delicious and seasonally-inspired options.
Highland Farm Meet & Greet: Saturday, Dec. 3!
Highland Farm recently restocked their alpaca gear, just in time for the blustery December weather. Curious about how they raise their adorable alpacas and run their farm? Xinyang Sylves will be at Edinboro Market on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 12-2pm to answer questions about the farm and their alpaca products. Stop by and say hi and pick up a couple of holiday gifts that will keep loved ones cozy.
Food for Thought: Edinboro Market’s
5 Year Anniversary
December 14th marks the 5-year anniversary of Edinboro Market’s opening. We started with 19 producers, and now have over 70. By the end of 2022, we will have sold $1 million in product for these hard working farmers, food makers, and artisans. Over $750,000 of that was paid out to our producers. Thank you for making both of these impressive statistics possible through your ongoing support!
ICYMI: Input Needed for Expansion!
Don’t forget to take our survey to be entered to win 1 of 3 $25 gift certificates to Edinboro Market!