Farmers Market

Every Monday, starting April 7, 2014, the Office of Sustainability hosts a Farmers Market at the old Elam Arms site near the intersection of Hardy and S. 31st Ave. from 3:00PM to 6:00PM.  Fresh produce from local farmers is available, as well as baked and canned goods, arts and crafts, and other food products.  If you are interested in setting up a tent or a booth at the Southern Miss Farmers Market, please fill out the form below. 

Southern Miss Farmers Market Application 

2014 Southern Miss Farmers Market Rules and Regulations

 


Arthur Eaton - hydroponic tomatoes, blueberries, mayhaws, muscadines, honey

Fulmer Farmstead - seasonal vegetables, fresh wheat and white bread, eggs, granola, cookies, muffins, and cinnamon buns

Dawn to Dusk Farm - seasonal fruit and vegetables, hand-made yard signs (USM signs available!)

Frankey Bryant - seasonal fruit and vegetables

Pete Smith - seasonal fruit and vegetables

Carol Meek - jellies, pickled vegetables, seasonal fruit and vegetables

Yancie Ross - ferns, peppers, blueberries, other seasonal fruit and vegetables

Field's Flowers - bedding flowers, herbs, tomato plants, and hanging baskets

Craig Clark - local honey

Aunt Polly's Blueberry Lemonade - fresh blueberry lemonade and blueberries when in season

Eric Tate - sweet kettle corn made right before your eyes, fresh-squeezed lemonade

Nathan Sandford - salsa

Tanya Pickering - handmade soy candles

Tamera Jenkins - premium handmade goat milk soap, goat milk and honey lotions, hard lotion bars, dry oil perfume, lip balm and gift bags/sets of these products

Paul Cavanaugh - salad tables and information on gardening from the Pine Belt Master Gardeners

David Trim - handmade wooden children's toys

Renee Timmons - recycled glass art

Maryanne Anthony - hand-spun, hand-dyed alpaca yarn and knitted products