Pam Lunn, Farmer
We are a small family urban farm offering free range eggs and raw goat milk products including milk, cheeses, kefir and yogurt from our own animals. We avoid chemicals on the farm and our animals are treated as family members first, and then food producing animals. We also carry raw cow milk products from Jersey Acres Farm as a service to our customers that wish cow products as well. Be sure to try our artisan cold process goat milk soaps from all natural ingredients and essential oils!
Variety is the spice of life and at our booth, variety in eggs is the norm. Quail eggs, pheasant eggs, banty eggs (miniature chickens with very big attitudes) and pullet eggs can often be found complimenting the free range chicken eggs in many pastel colors!
We are so grateful to all the wonderful folks at Sweetwater for providing us this marketing opportunity for the past six years and making us feel like “part of the family”. We appreciate each and every customer that has walked in our booth and feel truly blessed to know you! Thank you for your patronage!
How to reach us: email@example.com or call 813-784-0353.
Cole Turner, Farmer
Little Pond Farm is located in Bushnell, where we farm to enrich the land and its human and animal inhabitants. We focus on building our soil, giving back to our fields, and growing as much healthy, honest food as possible with no chemicals or synthetic inputs. We follow organic standards and permaculture principles to create beauty, abundance, and long term sustainability. In our first year, we are learning to save our seed to create diverse locally adapted vegetable varieties, as well as planting legume and fruit trees turning the bank of our pond to a thriving orchard and forest of food.
How to reach us: www.facebook.com/littlepondfarm
Willow LaMonte, folk herbalist
Organic edible plant nursery featuring culinary/medicinal herbs, tropicals, and perennial edibles. Distributor of organic garden seeds. Garden tours, classes, workshops. Edible design/garden consultation.
How to reach us: (813) 643-7285
Marni Atherton, Owner
20 Shekels is a Tampa Bay bakery founded with the simple idea that nutritious bread should be eaten not because it’s healthy, but because it tastes good.
This is our baby, our passion, our love. We’d like to say it all started with a dream, but alas it was not so. We’re a little too piratey for such things. Instead, it went like this:
“Twenty bucks says you can’t make a bread that’s good for you AND tastes great.”
And in the fervor of a 10-year-old shouting out “CHALLENGE!!”, the game was afoot. Now after many moons, burnt fingers and loud expletives, we’re proud to present what we feel is the healthiest, finest, best tasting bread on the market today.
Made entirely from the highest quality, most nutritious, organic ingredients available.
Jennifer Simmons, Marketing/Sales & Mike Simmons, Master Roaster
We offer the freshest, best tasting organic and fair trade certified coffee beans in Tampa Bay! We sell 16oz bags of fresh roasted 100% Arabica coffee beans from all over the world! Try a sample and you will be convinced that this is a great coffee!
How to reach us: www.java-planet.com
Ahna Clark, Owner
“Many Hands Many Lands” My business began with my love of travel, exploring different far away lands and cultures my passion. You will find a great variety of ethnic jewelry and handicrafts from or inspired by my travels. I travel several times a year and also have various dealers from places I have yet to go, always bringing in new inventory and stories to share.
How to reach us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim Kovaleski, Market Gardener
I am a Market Gardener using permaculture principles and practices to gather the abundance from Freedom House Farm, 1/8 of an acre of urban farm fields in downtown New Port Richey. The farm produces cool season crops mostly leafy greens also offering neighborhood gleaned citrus, pecans, loquats, and mulberries.
How to reach us: email@example.com
We are fiber artists, putting a modern spin on yarn-making. We are animal lovers and teachers. We hand-spin, weave, and crochet our product from various wools – most notably, angora. All angora used in our product comes from our organically fed and farm-raised angora rabbitry. We do our best to bring healthy, happy, long lives to the bunnies we nurture and raise. We educate and teach the basics of spinning yarn, weaving, and other fiber-related arts. We work towards a more self-sustainable lifestyle, enriched with respect for all living things, and the earth from which they come. Contact us at 813-428-2484.
David Whitwam, Owner
We support our customers by selling the same products, books, plants, compost, etc. we use in our own backyard journey. We also offer consultation or what I like to call “garden coaching”, full veggie garden installs and planning. If you just need a bit of advice, come by our tent. Or, if you just need a little help around the yard to wrap up projects, we do that too.
Gardening is not some intimidating production. With the help of Whitwam Organics, gardening becomes a chance to enjoy, explore and reap the rewards of your labor.
How to reach us: www.whitwamorganics.com
Linda Taylor, Owner
I am an educator with 32 years’ experience in the wellness field, and a life-long naturalist.
I introduced It’s Our Nature on Earth Day in 1996. We sell “Healthy-Wear For People Who Care®” – our Organic Cotton is from Texas, most of our clothes are sewn in Alabama and our Palm Frond Garden Hats are made in a Mexican village. We only use dyes (mostly clay) that are safe for people and the environment. We assure Fair Trade and Labor.
How to reach us: www.itsournature.com
Karima Brown – Co-owner/Designer, Kimberly Clayton – Co-owner/Designer, Yourhighness Tafari – Designer
Our product is comprised of 100% handmade crochet clothing. Founded in 2009, EmpressionZ specializes in women’s & children’s clothing but also constructs items that are unisex. Much more than just a clothing line, EmpressionZ began off of the principles of Love, Unity, and Righteousness. These same principles are used in the making of the garments, to ensure the authenticity and quality of the products. Anything from Beach Ware, Gowns, House Ware, Pet Ware and more. We’re able to satisfy your fashion needs with a one-of-a-kind style. Orders can also be made online.
How to reach us:
firstname.lastname@example.org, www.etsy.com/shop/EmpressionZCrochet, www.Facebook.com/EmpressionZ
“Gopali Imports” directly imports fair trade/Hand made/Hand crafted/Eco-friendly Hemp products, Cotton products, Nepali Paper (Lokta) Products, Singing Bowls, Yoga accessories, Silver Jewelry and more from Nepal and Tibet.
How to reach us: www.gopali-imports.com or email@example.com or call 813-545-4831
Yvette Rouse, owner/jewelry designer
Welcome to my art jewelry and gifts. All of my items are unique, one-of-a-kind, handcrafted pieces. I design and create my own art beads and pendants in many different media, including metals, clay, resin and glass. I also upcycle materials where I can and get my inspiration from nature, people around me and my own travels and years spent overseas. While my degree is in computer information sciences, I’ve been making jewelry for over 14 years to feed my creative side. Now I’m pursuing my passion for creating wearable art and spending time with my amazing granddaughter full time. Talk to me about designing a custom item just for you.
(813) 716-4286 or email SarJadeJewelry@aol.com