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Marion County Indiana Department of Health Food Liscensing

    Caterers or businesses selling food at retail need to complete an application and submit information to Suzanne Mouser. Call Linda for…

Started by Mrs. Cara Dafforn

0 Sep 1, 2010

U-Pick Strawberry Source

Stawberries are ripe! Where do you source your supply? Here's my favorite; Watermans Farm Market Two locations, 7010 East Raymond Street,…

Started by Mrs. Cara Dafforn

0 Jun 11, 2009

Protect sustainable agricultural practices!

According to HB 1191, the State Chemist MAY regulate manure and develop a certification program for manure haulers. The problem with this a…

Started by Falon French

0 Mar 10, 2009

Minnetrista in Muncie Indiana

Farmers Market at Minnetrista 311 West St. Joseph Street Muncie, IN Located Inside Minnetrista Cultural Center (January - April) Farmers…

Started by Mrs. Cara Dafforn

1 Feb 25, 2009
Reply by A Greener Indiana

how to find a farmers market in Indiana

We love to go to Farmers Markets. Everybody has to eat....right? Anyway, finding these markets has always been hit or miss. I wanted to in…

Started by Eric Stallsmith

2 Feb 1, 2009
Reply by Josh Howard

Salomon Farm Park Farmer's Market in Fort Wayne

One of the parks that I work at here in Fort Wayne is Salomon Farm Park, on Dupont Rd. east of Lima Rd. and west of Coldwater Rd. We have o…

Started by Nature's Ally

0 Sep 27, 2008

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