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    Katrina’s Kitchen Garden

    I’m an urban farmer, currently utilising 4 urban properties, just normal gardens, but growing food for markets and home delivery of herbs and salad greens. We do a couple of markets – the Titirangi Village Market, and from September the Oratia Farmer’s Market, as well as supplying a local restaurant with edible flowers. The big focus for us is foodscaping, and we have a team of gardeners who tackle this work in a ‘working bee’ style. We are a new business (2017) and our first employees will be chosen from our trainees, who are young adults with intellectual disabilities.

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    Bee Happy Hawaii Honeycomb

    We are a bee farm on the Big Island of Hawaii. We raise bees, harvest honeycomb and create beeswax candles and body products. Our goal is to make our products with as many local ingredients as possible. Our candles are 100% made from products harvested on the Big Island. Our cotton wicks are picked from cotton trees in Kona and hand spun and braided on our farm. Our glass honey jars are sourced from a company on the island.

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    Bhoomi Santhe

    Bhoomi Santhe is a farmers’ market held in Sarjapura, Bangalore that looks to bring together farmers, the consumers and the food that they share in common. Bhoomi Santhe looks to create a community of well-being.

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    Tin Canyon Farm – Escargot

    Tin Canyon Farm, a women run and owned farm, specializes in escargot, garlic, mushrooms, and microgreens as well as sustainably grown foods and staples. Come for the food, stay for the education. Learn to preserve foods, grow sustainably, and be part of the cycle of your nourishment.

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    Horta das Rosinhas – Market

    Every saturdays we sell our veggies on a local market.The best day in the all week!It’s really wonderful to be self sustainable on veggies and some fruits at home following the Permaculture’s path,but much more wonderful it’s could share this our world and our veggies with people through the local market.At the market the contact and sharing are bigger and more real because we are closer to our costumers,and we need this kind of connections more in our lives.And,by other way we also feel that people are looking for an alternative to the “fake food”,they want to stop eating it.Every time we listen our costumers saying our veggies are really differents what we feel it’s a true proud of our daily work,it’s very gratifying of listen.

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    Farmers Market at St. John’s

    The Farmers Market at St. John’s, located at 750 Aurora Ave., Naperville, IL, runs every Wednesday from 3 pm to 7 pm, from June through September. The market features a variety of vendors offering seasonally fresh vegetables and fruits, as well as honey, farm fresh eggs, meats, cheese, organic specialty foods and many other fine offerings.

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