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DRFM 2019 Rules

Hours and Location for 2018
Fort Collins, CO: 802 W. Drake Road
Northwest Corner of W. Drake & Worthington
Saturdays April 20 - through September, 2019 ( 10/5 )weather permitting
Hours 10 AM - 1 PM (no sales before 9 AM)
Next Market
May 18, 2019
802 W. Drake Road
10 am - 1 pm
Music by
Josh Vogeler

Fresh This Week
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Spring Garlic
Hanging Plants

Always Expected at Market
Pappardelle's Pastas
Bridger Creek Coffee
Spicy Jamz
Pain Wizard
Sourdough Breads
Hand-made Cards & Journals
CBD Products
Honey & Beeswax
Cookies and Sweet breads
Eggs: Duck & Chicken
Handmade Collars & Leashes, Halters & Lead Ropes

Kaleb's Katch down from the hills !

Last week I made an awesome stir fry with Pappardelle's Srirachi RoosterCombs, Miller Farms' Asparagus and Kaleb's Katch Scallops. Sooo good. Scattered some chopped garlic chives in for color !



Here is a photo of some Basil from Tierra Bella. Claire also will have other plant starts ( tomatoes, peppers , lettuce, etc )


Non-profit this week is Poudre School District Early Childhood Program will have a booth explaining the pre-school and Early Head Start.

Agnes with Sweet European Treats will be here Saturdays in May.

I have created a Facebook Group for supporters of the Drake Road Farmers' Market. Feel free to join ! Drake Road Farmers' Market Patrons.

Sincerely, Nan Zimmerman

Veggie of the Week


The lovage plant is an easy-to-cultivate perennial herb that tastes like the "real thing" and can be used whenever celery is desired: in soups, salads. casseroles, and stuffings. Given the proper soil and growing conditions, this hardy plant will mature to a height of six feet or more!

Many people have never heard of this fine herb, but it's been around for centuries. The Romans thought enough of the tall, aromatic plant to take it with them to England, and lovage was grown in medieval monastery gardens for medicinal, as well as culinary, uses. Dr. Samuel Johnson recommended the long-lasting perennial for rheumatism, while the American colonists brought it with them to make a favorite tea they hoped would help ward off the New World's aches and pains. ( from Mother Earth News )

Many of our vendors have Facebook pages. Pls visit them, and like them !
The Bread Chic
Drake Road Farmers' Market
Kaleb's Katch
Meadow Maid Foods
Miller Farms
Pappardelle's Pastas by Pasta Pazza
Tierra Bella Farm
Whiteside Honey
Bella Gaia Healthy Living

Bridger Creek Coffee

Bridger Creek

Patrick Tennant has a tendre for freshly roasted coffees from all over the world. Stop by his booth and taste the samples! He is also willing to do custom batch roasting for you.


We are proud members of the Colorado Farmers Market Association. We are also listed with Local Harvest.

Vendors At Our Market
Farm/Business Name Name Produce/Items Sold Contact Information
Vegetable Growers
Miller Family Farms Chris & Joe Miller Asparagus, Sweet Corn, Potatoes, Carrots, Beets, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Squash, Cabbage, Melons, Green Beans in season (970) 785-6133
Tierra Bella Farm( Starting May 4 ) Claire Quintero Vegetables, Herbs, Nursery Plants, Eggs (970) 443-7518
Honey, Flowers and Fruits
Bighorn Blooms Matt Diemer Cut Flower Arrangments (970) 213-7217
C & R Farms Barbie Lytle Peaches, Pears, Apricots, Plums, Nectarines, Cherries, Apples (970) 218-6271
Whiteside Honey, LLC Mike and Dianne Whiteside Honey, Beeswax, Comb Honey, Honey Sticks, Hand Cream, Creamed Honey (970) 663-2486
The Bread Chic Christie Rich Sourdough Artisan Breads, Cookies, Pies, Jams, Muffins, Biscotti, Brownies, Aprons, Soaps, Candles (970) 305-0020
Fort Collins Homesteading, starting 5/25 Janice Lynn Fruit Galettes, Hand Pies, Cotton produce bags (970) 443-7952
Merang-O-Tang back in June Sharifa Gorecki Traditionally flavored meringue treats and pineapple tarts (970) 214-3874
Over the Rainbow Macarons Skylar Hanson Macarons of various flavors on selected dates (970) 818-6516
Rouxful Gourmet Sharon & Rebecca Campbell Artisan cookies, Sweet Breads, Brownies, Cakes & Bars (970) 290-0024
Meat, Eggs & Dairy
Colorado's Best Tamales Laura Erives Hand-made Tamales, Chips, Fresh Salsas (719) 459-0568
Bella Rosa Farms Jason Greening Chicken Eggs, every other week (720) 984-5673
Elevation Beef Ryan & Jacqueline Rhoades, every other week Local, natural, conventional, beef. Beer Fed ! (970) 457-4474
Kaleb's Katch Kaleb Walker Alaskan Seafood ( Shrimp, Salmon, Cod, etc ) on 5/11 & 18, 6/1 and 9/28 (970) 367-3572
Loco Bueno Greg Greisen Green Chile Sauces and Dehydrated Beans on SELECTED dates (970) 581-1484
Meadow Maid Foods Cindy Ridenour Wyoming Grass-fed Beef on selected dates. Also vegetables and herbs (307) 534-2289
Mulay's Sausages Jamie Kemp ( starting in June ) Breakfast, Bratwurst, Chorizo, Italian Sausages, plus Meatballs (970) 531-1720
Specialty Foods
Agustina's Mexican Foods starting in June Jessi Godinez Authentic fresh salsas, Flavored tortillas, Spicy Red Chile (970) 691-1102
Bridger Creek Coffee Patrick Tennant Locally roasted coffee beans (970) 880-1282
Maddie's Kettle Korn Tammy & Steve Cline Kettle Corn AND Caramel Corn (970) 699-0093
Pasta Pazza Nan Zimmerman Gourmet Dry Pastas, plus Frozen Raviolis & Sauces from Pappardelle's Pasta in Denver (970) 218-5521
Shak-Shouka Fauzi Silbaq, starting in May Hummus, Labaneh & Halawa (970) 481-9847
Spicy Jamz Joanna Hunter Habanero spiced fruit jams ! (970) 388-1684
Specialty Items & Services
Angela's Stamping Up Creations Angela Diodati Handmade Greeting Cards, Journal books (970) 217-0626
Bella Gaia Healthy Living Alexa Vasquez Healing salves and balms with CBDs from Authentic Hemp. Also jewelry (970) 402-6002
Golden Poppy Herbal Apothecary Sarah Josey Handmade herbal products, medicinal teas, natural body care, elixers, essential oils (970) 682-4373
Grateful Goat Studio Dylan Flaitz Locally themed artwork using recyled wood and pallets (303) 913-9162
Imagination Unleashed Face Painting Oliva Houser Custom, detailed Face Painting. Plus Hair Clips and Headbands. Available for parties ! (720) 371-4922
Out on a Whim Katherine LaMay Wood sculptures, hiking sticks, automotive parts table lamps (970) 219-9118
Pain Wizard Kris Henninger The Original Pain Wizard cremes, now available with CBD ! (303) 521-6032
Pale Peacock Amber Samworth Jewelry, Bath Bombs, Jewerly Holders (970) 599-9522
The Potting Shed Crafter Dotty Greeley Bath salts, Bath bombs, Paper Greeting Cards, Journals (970) 393-0920
Rawhide Ranch Barb Moncrief Custom dog leashes & collars, halters, Chicken and Duck EGGS (970) 690-3043
Tranquil Moon Boutique Wendy Usrey Acrylic Pour Paintings, jewelry and accessories (970) 227-2132

2019 Vendors
Contact :Nan Zimmerman Drake Road Farmers' Market Manager
All vendors offering processed foods ( e.g. breads, salsas, pies, jams, etc.) need to show Health Department compliance unless applying under Cottage Food Act.

Community Booth

We will offer non-profits space at every market that we have room. Please contact Drake Road Farmers' Market Manager BEFORE coming to market. Non-profits will need to fill out the 2019 Application for Free Space. Please e-mail "manager at drakeroadfarmersmarket dot com" for application.

We would like to thank Columbine Health Systems for allowing us to use their space.


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