Two New Vendors at the Market This Week!

Two New Vendors Join the Market

Come out to the Market this week to meet our two new vendors: Miikana Woodworking and New-Bee Ranch!

Miikana Woodworking
Father and son Paul and Zack Huberty started their own Chester County woodworking shop in 2015 and, since then, have been dedicated to using locally harvested native hardwoods to create traditional style furniture and cutting boards. Paul explains that “miikana” is the Ojibwe word for trail or path. It represents the path that they are taking in life and this adventure to design and build beautiful furniture. Miikana also represents their Native American heritage. They want to honor this heritage in everything they do from building furniture that highlights the natural beauty of wood to ensuring that they efficiently use this important natural resource. This week they will feature their french rolling pins in walnut and cherry.

New-Bee Ranch
New-Bee Ranch is a small, family-run farm and apiary from West Montgomery County. They will be coming to the Market with varieties of local honey fresh from the hives, plus their family recipes of fermented foods and pickles, all using locally grown ingredients from the neighboring farms or from their own garden.

Learn Safe Canning

Learn how to put up your own vegetables, fruit, and jam. Linda Coulston will demonstrate safe canning techniques and provide helpful hints and tips so you can preserve summer-fresh food to enjoy all year long. Stop by her table from 9 to 1 for her demonstrations, handouts, and tastings!

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