April 20, 2014
Not its not "Curious George", but curiosity is a strong characteristic of a herd of animals who will be joining F2F 2014 this year. MW Swampy Acres better known as Eran, Scott and their llama herd are traveling from Fortville, Indiana to provide you with the opportunity to meet, greet and learn some interesting facts about their curious friends, the llamas!
April 16, 2014
STRAWBERRIES, STRAWBERRIES, STRAWBERRIES...the strawberries are coming to Field to Fork Festival this year! Wilson's Cedar Point Farm will be at F2F on Saturday, May 10 with their freshly harvested pints and gallon tubs of strawberries...mmm good. And to top it off, Cliffview Retreat and Conference Center of Lancaster, will be preparing fresh strawberry shortcake for our visitors.
Field to Fork Festival welcomes this year first-timer, Herbs 'n Heirlooms. Glenda's collection of herbs and heirlooms available at the Festival on May 10 will be extensive. If you're looking for heirloom tomatoes, peppers, cabbage or eggplant, in addition to a wide variety of potted herbs; plan on spending some time and monies at her booth!
April 13, 2014
England's Orchard & Nursery, is in the Festival's spotlight this week! Returning this year, Clifford England will instruct F2F Festival's "Growing Nuts" workshop as well as be one of the Festival's premier vendors with an array trees, including persimmons, pawpaws, and nut-bearers!
April 9, 2014
Garver Farms, Located just six miles from the home of Field to Fork Festival, is your Kentucky source for fruiting bushes and trees including blueberry, red raspberries, golden raspberries, currants (red, white, or black), gooseberries, and mulberry trees. Plan on shopping with Garver Farms on May 10!
April 7, 2014
Today's vendor in the spotlight is Cedar Creek Farm, http://cedarcreekfarmky.com/. Plan to stop by their booth for some fresh duck eggs, pastries, and handmade crafts; AND plan on attending either one or both of Micah's interactive workshops during the day on Saturday, May 10!
April 4, 2014
Walter T. Kelley Beekeeping, will be one of our vendors this year AND has agreed to bring your orders with them w/o the cost of shipping! But you MUST order your supplies prior to the Festival! This is a HUGE savings for our area beekeepers!