Have you seen groupings of chairs around the market with a chalked message? We invite you to sit and chat with your friends or if you have a recipe to share, use the clipboard and paper to write it down for us!
Bring home good food from good people every Saturday, 9am-1pm!
Due to the proximity of Forsyth Park to the St. Pat’s parade route and related festivities, Forsyth Farmers’ Market will be closed tomorrow, March 16. We will return at our usual time and place next Saturday, March 23. See you then!
Every few months, the Forsyth Farmers’ Market transforms into a health promotion-palooza! Let’s just go ahead and agree that’s a word, and I promise to only refer to this healthy happening by its government name – Bring It Home! Bring It Home is the Forsyth Farmers’ Market’s educational and outreach program. Through events at the […]
The Forsyth Farmers’ Market has grown from hosting 8-10 vendors a week (in 2009) to hosting at least 25 vendors a week (last week’s count). Many of the vendors you see each week started with us in those early lean times and together we’ve worked to build a food-centered farmers’ market for all of Savannah. […]
Super Bowl Sunday is about connections. We connect about our favorite teams – whether they’ve won or lost. We connect about the half time show – whether we hate it or love it. We connect while sitting with our friends and sharing food, drink, fun. This year, pick up some fresh, local food to share […]
HO HO HO. Here we are at the end of the year and the end of a fine season of fresh vegetables and delicious food. We hope you have enjoyed shopping with us as much as we, and the vendors, have enjoyed pulling it all together. If you miss us, never fear, we’ll start up […]
With Christmas right around the corner it’s time to start thinking about gifts…more specifically my gifts. Of the many, many pleasures of gardening, tools and other implements (like the dibble I wrote about weeks back) rank high on the list and this year is no different. Santa can’t go wrong stuffing my stocking with seeds, […]
This past weekend we had the grand opportunity of attending Savannah Urban Garden Alliance’s (SUGA) Tour de Coop. I think this was its fourth year and if you’ve never been on the tour, and you’re interested in chickens, consider it a “must” for you in 2013. Not only will it provide with you with a […]
The recent chilly temperatures were a subtle reminder that winter does in fact come to Savannah. I’ve mentioned that our growing season really has no end, but the frosts and freezes we will get in the late December and January will be enough to challenge even some of your tougher crops, not to mention any […]