Teri, Author at Forsyth Farmer’s Market

Forsyth Farmers’ Market is hiring!

We’re looking for a new Executive Director to steer us into our 10th year and beyond! Overview: Forsyth Farmers’ Market’s Executive Director is responsible for oversight of all FFM programs, making sure they are running smoothly, working well together and furthering the mission of the organization. This person also serves as the public face of […]

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 […]

Join us at Green Truck Pub Monday, April 10, for Pint Nite!

Green Truck Pub and Service Brewing will be hosting Charity Pint Nite Monday, April 10, 5-10pm. For every Service brew purchased, Green Truck will donate $1 to Forsyth Farmers’ Market and will also match cash donations, as well! The Forsyth Farmers’ Market and Farm Truck 912 team will be on hand to give out information […]

Family Fun Day on April 1st – no joke!

This Saturday, April 1st, we’ll be hosting a Family Fun Day at the market. Activities will include: Yoga for Kids with Yogi Palz (11am only) in collaboration with Savannah Children’s Museum Teddy Bear Clinic and Health Screenings with Mercer University School of Medicine (9am-1pm) Armstrong University’s Music Program (9am-1pm) Recipe Tasting with Priya’s Plate (9am […]

June: National Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Month

June is National Fresh Fruits and Vegetables month. Most adult Americans should eat a minimum of 3 cups of fruits and vegetables on a daily basis. Not only are fruits and vegetables nutritious, they also add flavor, color, and fun to any meal. To get into the spirit of the month, here are five ways […]

Family Fun Day at the Market

Believing that every family in Georgia should have access to quality food, Wholesome Wave Georgia will be visiting the market this week to help market shoppers see if they are eligible for SNAP (food stamp) benefits and complete online applications. Stop by their table to see if you qualify! Also, students from the Mercer University […]

5 Healthy Alternatives for your Memorial Day

In most households, Memorial Day is the kickoff to the cookout season. Family, fun, and most importantly, food is the highlight of many cookouts. While there are several foods that are a must have at cookouts, many of these foods are high in calories and fat. Contrary to popular belief, there is a such thing […]

SNAP Sign-ups this weekend

Step Up Savannah will be at the market on May 21 with information about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Folks can learn about eligibility, where to get help applying/renewing and can even apply for SNAP on the spot! Don’t forget that FFM and Farm Truck 912 accepts SNAP/EBT and doubles SNAP benefits. For more […]

Food Safety and Preservation

This Saturday, May 21, Jackie Ogden from UGA Cooperative Extension will be at the Saturday Market to provide Food Safety and Food Preservation information to shoppers. Be sure to stop by her booth while shopping! The UGA Cooperative Extension also has a “Cooking for a Life Time Cancer Prevention Cooking School” event coming up. This […]