Tag: Spartanburg

Winter Markets

Winter Markets are finally here! I was so excited to kick-off this season, hosted by Ciclops Cyderi and Brewery. This new location lets HCFM customers shop for produce in the warm confines of the tap house, just a block from downtown. Vendors peddle their goods as aromatic, hoppy accents filled the air, the building full…
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Farmers’ Market Week 24-September 5th

We have the cure for the common cookout!   Presents 8:00 — Opening Bell 8:00 — 12:00 Clemson Extension Master Gardener 9:00 — 11:00 Music on the HCFM stage with Walkout Records featuring Hans Roser and Holly B  9:00 — 11:00 FREE Community farming/gardening classes with Sara Harding at the Northside Community Teaching Farm (Magnolia Street, one block east of Harvest Park –…
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A Season of Change

To everything, turn, right? We have a lot going on at HCFM, and I wanted to take a quick moment to key you in on a few things so you’ll be ready for the remainder of the market year. Staff Changes: Heather Raines, who did a great job with the Mobile Market this year, is…
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The Return of the Farm Dinner September 26!

  Who remembers the Farm to Table dinners of years past? I had the privilege of introducing the wine selections for the last event (in 2011, can you believe it’s been that long?), and I can tell you it was one of the best “event” dinners I had ever attended! Fast-forward to 2015, and our…
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The Year So Far, and What’s to Come

  Is it too early to say it? What a year! Seriously, it has been a heck of a ride for HCFM already this year. A friend stopped me the other day at The Coffee Bar (AKA everyone in downtown Spartanburg’s first or second office) and told me “I can’t believe all the great things…
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Weather – What Can You Do?

  NEWS FLASH: It’s hot! Oh my, is summer upon us! I remember when I started with HCFM 2 years ago, we were in the midst of a miserable cool and rainy summer, remember that? Many farmers lost crops, some replanted, but okra had mildew, cucumbers were fat and waterlogged, as were tomatoes. It was…
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