January 17th Vendors: Apex Orchards, Barberic Farm, Beets and Barley, Bread Euphoria, Chanterelle to Go, Crabapple Farm, Cricket Creek Farm, Daily Jar, Davenport Maple Farm, Gray Dogs Farm, Green Truck Naturals, Miss Solay Chocolates, Mycoterra Farm, Parish Hill Creamery, Queen's Greens, Red Barn Honey, Red Fire Farm, Sage Meadow Farm Soaps, Sawmill Farm, Stillman's at the Turkey Farm, Sushi Quest, Sweet Spoken, Taproot Threads, Twin Oaks Farm, Whimsy and Tea, Winter Moon Organics
10:30am-11:30am, Room A: Turning your cooking passion into a business, with Lauren Kendziersk of Chantarelle To Go
11am-12pm, Room B: Lactofermentation, with Melody Litwin of The Haberdashery
12pm-1pm, Room A: The Herbal Localvore, with Jade Alicandro Mace of Milk and Honey Herbs
Make your own medicine using locally available ingredients, with a special focus on honey and vinegar. Make herbal honeys, infused vinegars, syrups, and oxymels, and learn medicine-making principles that you can apply at home.
12:30pm-1:30pm, Room B: Backyard Chickens with Pete Solis
Pete Solis, formerly of Mockingbird Farm and current Livestock and Pasture Manager at the Hampshire College Farm, shares everything you need to know to keep poultry in your backyard, for eggs or meat. Chickens are an easy homegrown protein source!
1pm, on the stage: Valley Food Swap
Bring your own home-preserved foods and trade with your neighbors to diversify your pantry and get to know other people that preserve the local harvest. - See more at: http://www.buylocalfood.org/event/winter-fare-at-the-northampton-winter-farmers-market-2/#sthash.fbTSm2vt.dpuf
January 3rd Music: The Rambling Kind