Join the Florida Local Food Summit activities with the inaugural Garden District Growers’ Market, Saturday September 10, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m, in Orlando, Florida. Sponsored by the Florida Local Food Summit, Gather And, Local Roots, and the Audubon Park Garden District, the market is intended to help local gardeners and growers start their fall crops. It also aims to help locals learn to make the most of their harvest, with workshops on cooking, preserving, fermenting and more. Vendors may include growers with seeds, starter plants, compost, gardening tools, canning & preserving tools, and other related items.
Visitors to the Growers’ Market will delight in discovering local farmers, growers and producers who are passionate about organic, small scale food production. September 10, 2016 enjoy a variety of free workshops and classes, in addition to an outdoor market, district wide.
Home to Central Florida’s first EcoDistrict, the Audubon Park Community Market, Fleet Farming, two green grocers (Local Roots Farm Store and Fresh 24) East End Market, Palmers Garden and Goods, and Leu Gardens, APGD is the perfect host for the Garden District Growers Market. Free to the public, don’t miss this great event.
Interested in vending? We are now accepting applications for natural and organic nursery growers, vegetable and fruit grower equipment, and input suppliers. 10′ by 10′ spaces are just $25.
The Garden District Growers’ Market is a district wide event, taking place throughout the Audubon Park Garden District in Orlando, Florida. A calendar of free workshops and classes posted as soon as it is finalized. The map for the outdoor grower’s market will also be made available shortly.