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Photos by Alyvia Covert. Interview by Laura Gallup. Welcome back to our series, “In my Element” where we visit and interview vendors at their farms, studios and kitchens to see what happens behind the scenes. This week we caught up with Carolina Perez of Carolina Perez Designs at her home studio in Danby. Carolina makes…(Read More)

In my Element: Just Desserts

Photos by Alyvia Covert. Interview by Laura Gallup. Welcome back to our series, “In my Element” where we visit and interview vendors at their farms, studios and kitchens to see what happens behind the scenes. This week we caught up with Leslie Muhlhahn of Just Desserts during a baking day at her kitchen in Ithaca…(Read More)

Glenhaven Farm owners Andrea Beesing and John Tamburello. Welcome to our new series, “In my Element.” We visit vendors at their farms, studios and kitchens to see what happens behind the scenes. We also ask the hard-hitting questions to see what makes these special people tick. This week we caught up with John Tamburello…(Read More)

Meet Sandy Yahner of Frosty Morning Jewelry! Sandy is celebrating her 10th year selling her precious metal jewelry at the Ithaca Farmers’ Market. If you stop by her booth you will be drawn in by the eye-catching fine silver (and bronze) jewelry and the attractive display of her lovely necklaces and earrings. Sandy’s…(Read More)

Pole Star Farm is a relative newcomer to the Ithaca Farmers Market, having been with us for only a couple of seasons, but they have years of experience growing good old-fashioned vegetables and herbs! This year they were regulars at the Wednesday East Hill Market, which just ended its…(Read More)

There’s a new vendor at market! Well, sort of… Bright Raven Farm and Apiary’s banner (featuring a striking image of their avian namesake) started flying at Ithaca Farmers Markets this season. But Bright Raven’s owners, Teresa and Brent, have been regulars at the Farmers Market since 2001, when…(Read More)

This is Berkshire Hills Honeybee Farm’s co-owner and beekeeper Vinnie at last Thursday’s Hancock Street Market.  Berkshire Hills has only been with us at Ithaca Farmers Market for a couple of years, but they have been in business since 1874, which certainly makes them one of the…(Read More)

Around 25 miles southwest of Ithaca, as the crow flies, beautiful vegetables grow in the fields of Oxbow Farm. This small family farm, which is owned and operated by Noelia and her husband and co-farmer Tim, is nestled in a quiet valley in Erin, Chemung County. Noelia and Tim have been sharing the fruits…(Read More)

Nancy is the artist behind Captivating Clay Creations, which is celebrating their 7th colorful year at Ithaca Farmers’ Market. When you see her at her booth, she is likely to be creating a new piece of jewelry during any free time. She is also likely to be answering questions from curious market shoppers. The most…(Read More)

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