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 […]
Students from Mercer University’s School of Medicine will be conducting health screenings this Saturday, May 14 from 9-1 at the Saturday market. Be sure to stop by their booth to ensure that your health is in good condition!
On behalf of the Forsyth Farmers’ Market staff, we would like to thank everyone who came and supported our second annual Farm Picnic fundraiser. It was a huge success! We would like to give a HUGE thank you to all of our sponsors who donated food, drinks, and items for our raffle. Also, we can […]
Due to SCAD’s Sidewalk Arts Festival this Saturday (April 23), the Forsyth Farmers’ Market will be taking place between Park Avenue and Duffy Street. A section of Bull Street (in front of the American Legion), will be blocked off to accommodate the location change. Next week’s market will resume at its regular location.
The Earth Day festival has been a Savannah tradition for the past 15 years. It is now the largest public Earth Day event in the state of Georgia. This year’s festivities will take place this Saturday, April 16 from 12pm-5pm. There will be a variety of vendors, exhibitors, workshops, live music, food, and kids activities. […]
The Second Annual Farm Picnic hosted by the Forsyth Farmers’ Market will take place on Sunday, May 1 at the Old Dairy Farm (2500 Tennessee Avenue). Farm Picnic is a fundraiser that benefits the mobile market, Farm Truck 912. The cost for the event is $35.00 in advance and $40.00 at the door. Kids 12 […]
On Saturday, March 26 from 9-1, FFM will be hosting its first Market Fest! Market Fest is an event promoting Farm Picnic, an annual fundraising event for Farm Truck 912, which will be making its Market debut this Saturday! While you are visiting to pick up your fresh produce for the week, make sure to […]
One of the advantages of being a FFM shopper is being able to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at their seasonal peak. Here is a list of fruits and vegetables that are locally produced for the months of March-June: Arugula (April-June) Asparagus (March-June) Basil (June) Beans (Green, Snap; April-June) Beets (April-June) Blackberries (May-June) Blueberries (April-June) […]
Teri Schell, our Executive Director, was featured on The Front Porch, Creative Coast’s podcast. Check it out here: The Front Porch with Teri Schell While you’re there, subscribe to The Creative Coast’s podcast feed on iTunes!
At its core, The MENTOR Network is a leading health and human services provider, but we are also much more. We are a network of caring people who share a mission—to help individuals of all abilities thrive in their homes and communities. Our network is built upon trusted partnerships between the individuals we serve […]