Interested in joining us as a vendor? Food and Arts & Crafts vendors welcome! Join us monthly or on a First Saturday. Contact Barbara Kelley, Commercial Corridor Manager, Francisville Development Corporation, by phone at 267-687-7544 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please direct all questions and other requests to:
Francisville Neighborhood Development Corporation
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We sell handmade, individually formulated pure soap products and whipped shea butters. Monica Wright started making handmade soap after a year long love affair with handmade soap and after taking a class on soap-making, I set about cooking formulas to meet the needs of Philadelphians. Considering our dry winters, humid summers and the number of folks suffering from eczema my goal to create many skin nourishing alternatives to commercial soap products.
Located at 1727 McKean Street in South Philadelphia. Check us out at www.phillysoaps.artfire.com!
Cloud 9 Rooftop Garden
Location: Rooftop of SHARE Distribution Center 2901 West Hunting Park Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19129 Farmers: Rania Campbell-Cobb email@example.com Selling: Sweet peppers, herbs (sage, oregano, thyme, and chamomile), green (collards, spinach), and cut flowers.
Cloud 9 Urban Rooftop Farm is a burgeoning rooftop farm in Philadelphia, PA. Inspired by successful rooftop farms in other major cities like Chicago and New York City, Cloud 9 believes rooftop farming can become a key component to producing regional food and for the city’s plan for sustainable development. Try their delicious sweet peppers! They provide more Vitamin C than most vegetables.
Help us raise money to expand and improve our rooftop garden dream! Click here to donate to our efforts! Check out our website here!
Fresh for Less
Location: Growing in Francisville and selling some products from Lancaster, PA
Farmers: Barbara Mullen & Daniel Merin.
Selling: Fresh vegetables (onions, tomatoes, red leaf lettuce, pok choi), fruit (pineapples, mangoes, watermelons) and hanging flower baskets
Fresh for Less grows much of its produce directly from the neighborhood in small plots in Francisville. They also offer goods, not always readily grown locally, from Lancaster County. Fresh for Less hopes to eventually secure a more permanent home where they can provide year-round produce and educational programming.
Fresh For Less accepts SNAP, Food Bucks, and Credit & Debit cards! Learn more at www.eatfreshforless.com!
Location: Marysville, PA
Farmers: Bob and Jill (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Selling: Vegetables (kale, swiss chard, cabbage), fruit, herbs, and flowers
Jill and Bob started out as backyard gardeners 10 years ago and have since evolved into a 1.5 acre organic farm that uses Integrated Pest Management techniques. Bob says that quality has always been important to them and they hope to be able to provide specialized crops and service.
Check out our website for more information!
West Brook Farms
Location: 692 Carlisle Road, Biglerville, PA 17307
Farmers: Clint and Scott (email@example.com)
Selling: Raspberries, blueberries, peaches, apples, apricots, plums, tomatoes, and blackberries
Coming from a fifth generation of fruit farming in their family, West Brook Farms grow and make quite a variety of delicious and fresh produce and products and has been providing fresh and canned fruits to Knous Foods for many years. West Brook Farms maintains 1 acre of vegetables and herbs, 75 acres of fruit, and 5 acres in other crops.