NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS AND VENDORS: All items for sale are required to be locally grown or locally made.
GUIDE: Items are listed alphabetically. New items and categories are in bold.
Things you might find include: gourmet dips, artisan Texas cheeses, home crafted items, free-range eggs, baked goods (breads, cakes, mini cheesecakes, cookies, cupcakes & pies), canned goods (jams & jellies, marmalade, hand-made clothes, preserves, pickled vegetables, salsas & relishes), local raw honey, jewelry, fried pies, plants, soaps (lye and herbal), ribbon cane syrup, fruit wines and wood products.
Local Produce this time of year includes: green beans, fresh unshelled pinto beans, grass-fed beef (ground beef, ground beef steaks & strip steaks), blueberries, cantaloupes, carrots, corn, cucumbers, eggplants, garlic, greens (
NEW ITEMS: komatsuma greens
Helen Skinner and her friends will be selling plumeria plants.
New Vendor, Katie Franks will be at the market this Saturday. Israel's Woodwork customizes different types of home decor. Most products are made with beautiful cedar wood, hand crafted by Katie's husband, Israel. They make crosses, lamps, tables, coolers and much more all made from wood.
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#1 Dr. Gregory will be selling home-made goat cheese from Henderson, smoked Gouda and other artisan cheeses from Waco, artisan Gouda cheese from Farwell, Tex, artisan blue and cheddar cheeses (jalapeno, sharp cheddar and caraway) from Dublin, Texas and cheeses from the Haystack Goat Cheese Company including goat cheese, Camembert, chevre, chili Jack, half cow/half goat cheese and red cloud. Dr Gregory will also be selling Greg Grant's extra large Crinum bulbs, cut flowers, local honey, oregano and starter plants.
Wynn and Pam Havard won't be at the market this Saturday (They will be back in 2 weeks on July 18). They sell blueberry syrup, mayhaw, muscadine, blueberry and pepper jelly, mahaw cookies and jelly rolls. In November they planted 100 trees and are looking to expanding this year. Until their trees are producing, all of their mayhaw and muscadine jelly is made from fruit that grows wild. Their blueberry jelly is made from blueberries grown on their son's blueberry farm.
#2 LeAnna Scruggs will be at the market this week. She sells unique jewelry (medallions, rings, bracelets, hair clips & other accessories) made from up-cycled spoons, forks and knives.
#2 Joyce Goranson will be at the market this Saturday with her Organic Kamut breads and cookies. She sells Honey Oat Flax, Tomato Basil, Apple Raisin, 7 Grain and Flatbread Pitas & Pizza Crusts, $5 each small loaf/bag or 2 of your choice for $9. Cowboy cookies will also be on hand. Spa Therapy Pillows will be available in Summer prints. They are wonderful shoulder/neck warmers or for arthritic pain. The soft, breathable texture of 100% Cotton Flannel filled with flaxseed (with natural oils that hold the heat or cold) and aromatic dried lavender will be durable for repeated use for years to come. Just heat for 2 minutes in the microwave. INTRODUCING: Matted Name Meanings 1 FREE for any newborn under 1 month old who comes to FM. "What's In A Name?" includes first and middle name meanings with Bible verses for both. A sample Matted Name Meaning will be available along with order blanks. (Please allow 3 days from ordering date.) For special orders before Saturday, her email address is: vikingland.enterprises@
#3 Michel Craig will be selling Mini specialty cheesecakes, assorted cookies, fried pies, fried meat pies, buttermilk pies and various other goodies.
#3 Fred Wharton will be back with organic produce. He will have cantaloupes, cucumbers, kale, okra, tomatoes (cherry & red) and watermelons.
#4 Cheryl Ivie-Harper from Maydelle Country will be selling fruit wines. Their wines are made in small batches and bottled one at a time with the attitude of "If it ain't fun, it ain't right." Their wine list consists of Lemon, Lime, Grapefruit, Elderberry, Blackberry, Peach, a Pear/Apricot blend (Texas Sunset), pineapple and others that will be rotated by stock. Their phone number is: 903-795-3915
#4 Weda Scholes will be back. She will be selling breads (10 grain honey loaf & rye caraway), free-range eggs and jalapeno jam.
Nacogdoches Farmers Market:
Location: 107 N. Pearl St., Nacogdoches, TX 75961
Contact: (936) 213-0640