Norcross Community Market
Know Your Farmer
sponsored by AgSouth Farmers Credit
In Case You Missed It
We hope you've enjoyed the features this summer on eight of the farmers at our Market. It is our hope that we have helped you come to see each of the farmers as individuals with a story to tell. We think they're all interesting and unique, and it has been our pleasure getting to know them a little better ourselves as we prepared to share more details with you all.
With several more markets still ahead, please take advantage of this opportunity to refresh your memory, or, if you missed one or two of the farmer features to read them now.
We're bringing back a photo of each of the farmers, along with one of our favorite photos of their beautiful products, and a link to the article so you can be sure you "Know Your Farmer".
Gilliam's Community Garden
Bread and Butter Farms
Grow with the Flow LLC
Swanson Family Farm
High Hog Farm
Thank you for visiting the Know Your Farmer series. We hope you'll stop by and meet all of the farmers in person at the remaining markets this summer. Please note, not all the farmers are at every market.
We would also love to have you read a little more about us below and sign up to receive weekly Southern recipes from Biscuits and Burlap by clicking this link.
Happy Market Shopping, Cooking & Eating,
Norcross Community Market has been selected to receive a grant from AgSouth Farmers Credit as a part of AgSouth’s Think Outside the Store® farmers grant program.
The funds are designated to be used for promoting the market, and Norcross Community Market was chosen based on our plan to increase public awareness of the market with this “Know Your Farmer” series.
To read more about this series, please visit the first edition here.
Meet the Writers
Pam and Sara are local residents (Pam lives in Norcross and Sara in nearby Clarkston) and are a mother-daughter team of food bloggers at Biscuits and Burlap. They are huge believers in buying local to support your community and cooking with the freshest food possible. Visit their blog and try some of their Southern recipes!