Teri, Author at Forsyth Farmer’s Market

Community Film Series

Join us as we gather together to discuss issues surrounding food.  

Lucky’s Market Support

Now through November 4, 2017, you can support the Forsyth Farmers Market by shopping at Lucky’s Market! For every reusable bag you fill up at checkout, the cashier will give you a wooden dime to donate! At the end of the quarter, Lucky’s Market will match all the donations.   All the donations will go […]

Healthy Me Savannah Children’s Museum

Saturday, September 9th, 2017 from 10:00am until 2:00pm, the Savannah Children’s Museum will host a day of events showcasing their health and wellness programs and community partnerships. The event will feature Coastal Heritage Society’s Mobile Museum programs, including Charlie Cart, Cooking Matters and Bonnie’s Garden. Savannah Children’s Museum educators will also be leading interactive programming […]

Oldways – A Taste of African Heritage

“Diabetes is not part of your heritage. Neither is heart disease. What is in your heritage is a healthy heart, strong body, extraordinary energy, vibrant and delicious foods, and a long, healthy life.” -OldWays, African Heritage Diet. Our nutrition educator, herbalist, and community activist, Ayo Ngozi has been teaching the wellness program, A Taste of […]

Joy Garden

The Joy Garden has been an ongoing Mixed Greens project for us at our new office location in Thunderbolt. Our intention is to create an accessible space for the surrounding community to grow their own food locally and be engaged in a local food system effort. In addition, we hope to use the space to […]

Death Cafe Series

Mixed Greens Hosts Death Cafe Death. It’s a taboo topic that most people tend to avoid speaking of. But for as long as the sun shines and the seasons change, death will be an inescapable fate for all the living. The concept of death is hard to acknowledge, let alone grasp. And the topic of […]

Nourish!

Nourish!: A Guide to Incorporating Local Food at the Family Table Our herbalist and nutrition educator, Ayo Ngozi, brings food demonstrations to the farmers market this summer as a part of the Georgia Farmers’ Market association’s Nourish program. For the first food demonstration, which took place on Saturday June 17th, Ayo combined locally sourced ingredients from five […]

Juicy is back!

Our farm truck is off of its hiatus. There have been a few changes to the schedule.   Monday: 10:30am-11:30am DFACS 12:30pm-1:30pm Savannah Gardens   Tuesday: 2:00pm-3:00pm Heritage Place   Thursday: 1:00pm – 2:00pm Sheppards Gas & Food Mart 3:00pm – 4:00pm WW Law Community Center

Sustainativity Fundraiser benefits Farm Truck 912!

This Saturday, local non-profit, Sustainativity is hosting a fundraiser to support a new walk in cooler for Forsyth Farmers’ Market’s Farm Truck 912. The event will be held at Service Brewing and will feature their beer, pizza from Big Bon Woodfired Pizza, and music by Waits & Co! Tickets are $45 and will help our […]

Forsyth Farmers’ Market App – Phase 2 is complete!

Did you know we had an app? Well, we do and Phase 2 is complete. Phase 2 includes push notifications so we can send out special event news and other short notifications — but only once or twice a week! If you’ve already downloaded the app, simply update the app in your play store. If […]