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  • Saturday, February 08, 2020 at 10:00 AM

    The Anchor Church

    Wrightstown Indoor Winter Farmers Market

    The Anchor Church, 980 Durham Road in Wrightstown, PA

    10 am – 12 pm. 

    The market will be every second and fourth Saturday from December-April.

    Customers will once again enjoy access to easy parking and plenty of space inside to shop comfortably. The Winter Market is the perfect place to find your food and gifts for the holidays and for all your fresh, locally grown goodies throughout the winter season. The indoor market features more than 30 local vendors offering a range of products including: freshly harvested produce, hormone and antibiotic free meats and dairy, pasture-raised eggs, artisan cheeses, fresh baked bread and sweets, raw local honey, fresh handmade pastas, pickles, soups, soaps, fresh teas and herbal tinctures, nut butters, all natural dog products, locally roasted coffee, kombucha, alpaca woolens, prepared foods and more.

    More information about these events, including a complete list of this season’s vendors, can be found on their newsletter and website. Be sure to follow WFM on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for the latest market news and updates.

  • Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at 12:00 PM

    Farmers' Forum: Climate Smart Farming

    Farmers' Forum

    Climate Smart Farming in Bucks County

    Tuesday, February 18, 12:00 - 4:00
    Lahaska Room 
    Buckingham Township Building
    4613 Hughsian Drive, Buckingham, PA 18912

    Farmer Appreciation Luncheon & Discussion

    Appropriate for beginning and advanced farmers and local policymakers

    Come join us for a tasty lunch and discuss what tools and information are available to help us be climate smart farmers. Hear from experts and share ideas with your fellow vegetable, meat, fruit and grain producers. Grab this opportunity to let elected officials know what you’re dealing with and discuss solutions with them.

    Please RSVP by February 10

    AGENDA

    • Registration and Farmer Appreciation Local Farms Luncheon, presented by BCFA
    • Welcome, Orientation, Introduction of Guest Speaker: Dr. Jacqueline Ricotta, Delaware Valley University 
    • Presentation: "Climate Smart Farming" Agricultural effects of climate change, challenges and tactics for resilience, with group discussions of farm product-specific issues
    • Break
    • Group Sharing
    • Discussion with local policymakers
    • Review of climate smart farming ideas, relevant apps available, Q&A
    • Consideration of future more in-depth events and workshops
    • Closing
  • Saturday, February 22, 2020 at 10:00 AM

    The Anchor Church

    Wrightstown Indoor Winter Farmers Market

    The Anchor Church, 980 Durham Road in Wrightstown, PA

    10 am – 12 pm. 

    The market will be every second and fourth Saturday from December-April.

    Customers will once again enjoy access to easy parking and plenty of space inside to shop comfortably. The Winter Market is the perfect place to find your food and gifts for the holidays and for all your fresh, locally grown goodies throughout the winter season. The indoor market features more than 30 local vendors offering a range of products including: freshly harvested produce, hormone and antibiotic free meats and dairy, pasture-raised eggs, artisan cheeses, fresh baked bread and sweets, raw local honey, fresh handmade pastas, pickles, soups, soaps, fresh teas and herbal tinctures, nut butters, all natural dog products, locally roasted coffee, kombucha, alpaca woolens, prepared foods and more.

    More information about these events, including a complete list of this season’s vendors, can be found on their newsletter and website. Be sure to follow WFM on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for the latest market news and updates.

  • Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 10:00 AM

    The Anchor Church

    Wrightstown Indoor Winter Farmers Market

    The Anchor Church, 980 Durham Road in Wrightstown, PA

    10 am – 12 pm. 

    The market will be every second and fourth Saturday from December-April.

    Customers will once again enjoy access to easy parking and plenty of space inside to shop comfortably. The Winter Market is the perfect place to find your food and gifts for the holidays and for all your fresh, locally grown goodies throughout the winter season. The indoor market features more than 30 local vendors offering a range of products including: freshly harvested produce, hormone and antibiotic free meats and dairy, pasture-raised eggs, artisan cheeses, fresh baked bread and sweets, raw local honey, fresh handmade pastas, pickles, soups, soaps, fresh teas and herbal tinctures, nut butters, all natural dog products, locally roasted coffee, kombucha, alpaca woolens, prepared foods and more.

    More information about these events, including a complete list of this season’s vendors, can be found on their newsletter and website. Be sure to follow WFM on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for the latest market news and updates.

  • Saturday, March 28, 2020 at 10:00 AM

    The Anchor Church

    Wrightstown Indoor Winter Farmers Market

    The Anchor Church, 980 Durham Road in Wrightstown, PA

    10 am – 12 pm. 

    The market will be every second and fourth Saturday from December-April.

    Customers will once again enjoy access to easy parking and plenty of space inside to shop comfortably. The Winter Market is the perfect place to find your food and gifts for the holidays and for all your fresh, locally grown goodies throughout the winter season. The indoor market features more than 30 local vendors offering a range of products including: freshly harvested produce, hormone and antibiotic free meats and dairy, pasture-raised eggs, artisan cheeses, fresh baked bread and sweets, raw local honey, fresh handmade pastas, pickles, soups, soaps, fresh teas and herbal tinctures, nut butters, all natural dog products, locally roasted coffee, kombucha, alpaca woolens, prepared foods and more.

    More information about these events, including a complete list of this season’s vendors, can be found on their newsletter and website. Be sure to follow WFM on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for the latest market news and updates.

  • Saturday, April 11, 2020 at 10:00 AM

    The Anchor Church

    Wrightstown Indoor Winter Farmers Market

    The Anchor Church, 980 Durham Road in Wrightstown, PA

    10 am – 12 pm. 

    The market will be every second and fourth Saturday from December-April.

    Customers will once again enjoy access to easy parking and plenty of space inside to shop comfortably. The Winter Market is the perfect place to find your food and gifts for the holidays and for all your fresh, locally grown goodies throughout the winter season. The indoor market features more than 30 local vendors offering a range of products including: freshly harvested produce, hormone and antibiotic free meats and dairy, pasture-raised eggs, artisan cheeses, fresh baked bread and sweets, raw local honey, fresh handmade pastas, pickles, soups, soaps, fresh teas and herbal tinctures, nut butters, all natural dog products, locally roasted coffee, kombucha, alpaca woolens, prepared foods and more.

    More information about these events, including a complete list of this season’s vendors, can be found on their newsletter and website. Be sure to follow WFM on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for the latest market news and updates.

  • Saturday, April 25, 2020 at 10:00 AM

    The Anchor Church

    Wrightstown Indoor Winter Farmers Market

    The Anchor Church, 980 Durham Road in Wrightstown, PA

    10 am – 12 pm. 

    The market will be every second and fourth Saturday from December-April.

    Customers will once again enjoy access to easy parking and plenty of space inside to shop comfortably. The Winter Market is the perfect place to find your food and gifts for the holidays and for all your fresh, locally grown goodies throughout the winter season. The indoor market features more than 30 local vendors offering a range of products including: freshly harvested produce, hormone and antibiotic free meats and dairy, pasture-raised eggs, artisan cheeses, fresh baked bread and sweets, raw local honey, fresh handmade pastas, pickles, soups, soaps, fresh teas and herbal tinctures, nut butters, all natural dog products, locally roasted coffee, kombucha, alpaca woolens, prepared foods and more.

    More information about these events, including a complete list of this season’s vendors, can be found on their newsletter and website. Be sure to follow WFM on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for the latest market news and updates.

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