5 Oaks Organics
5 Oaks is a certified organic farm located 5 miles east of Oxford.  The farm is 9.5 acres and produces vegetables, some grains, and wool hand-spun fiber.  5OaksOrganics.org

Backyard Orchard
Backyard Orchard is a family-run orchard established in 1994 and specializing in low-spray produce, specifically: apples, peaches, pears, plums and grapes.  Their mission is to provide consumers with sustainble, healthy fruit, introducing them to varieties they haven't experienced before.  They have almost 8 acres of trees, with over 30 mature cultivars and more on the way.  Dennis and son, Nathan, plan to diversify their farm and deliver great tasting produce to Cincinnati for many years to come.  BackyardOrchard.blogspot.com

Cincy Urban Farm
Cincy Urban Farm is  a farm with a vision.  All their produce is grown in high density urban areas that used to be unproductive lawns.  They do this using 100% natural, organic methods and minimal amounts of fossil fuels.  Every year they strive to revolutionize how they farm in order to reshape our local food system to be more environmentally sustainable and socially responsible.  Follow their journey as they try to change the world one seed at a time.  CincyUrbanFarm.com

Cook's Farm
Cooks is an Ohio Bicentennial Farm in the Cook family since 1803.  They specialize in 100% grass-fed beef using managed intensive grazing.  The cattle are moved every day.  During the winter they receive hay grown on the farm and sea kelp is used for minerals.  Cook's laying chickens are outside everyday and are fed only non-GMO grains -- they are very happy!  Milton also grows a few organic vegetables:  heirloom Brandywine tomatoes, potatoes, and squash -- being certified from 1991 - 2014.  Thank you for your support over the years.

Crackling Crust
Crackling Crust is a true “microbakery,” a place where breads are created with care and compassion, harkening back to a time when everything was done by hand. Bread is a food that has nourished and sustained humans for thousands of years, and there's no reason to turn our backs on it now. Michelle is committed to creating naturally fermented breads, where there is no need for artificial ingredients, flavorings, or colorings.  She has been baking for as long as she can remember, and has always enjoyed sharing her creations with others.  CracklingCrust.com

Fireside Pizza, LLC
Fireside Pizza brings the best wood-fired pizza in Cincinnati to your neighborhood or backyard!  Sourcing out only the freshest ingredients, depending on the season, from local farmers whenever possible.  A wood-fired oven on a trailer allows Fireside to bring the party to you in Wyoming every Tuesday.   FiresidePizzaWagon.com

Freedom Farm
Freedom Farm is a small produce farm in Preble County Ohio that specializes in greens, potatoes, onions, green beans, melons, and this year -- strawberries!  They use no harmful chemicals on any of their crops.  They are a GMO-free farm.   WeFarmFlavor.com

Lobenstein Farm
Lobenstein Farm has been farming for three generations.  They are located in St. Leon, Indiana, with 200+ acres of farmland.  They raise a variety of produce and can be found at various markets in the greater Cincinnati and northern Kentucky area.  They take pride in their fruits and vegetables because they are picked fresh daily, from sweet corn to cantaloupe and watermelons.  They raise animals on the farm such as cattle, sheep, hogs, and chickens that can be purchased at market.  They strive to produce fresh, tasty, healthy, chemical-free, and antibiotic-free products for their customers.They also have a pumpkin festival the first three weekends in October where you can take a hayride to the field and pick your own pumpkin from the patch.  Lobensteinsfarm.com

My Artisano Foods
My Artisano Foods is dedicated to making artisan cheeses and probiotic yogurts.   Our unique flavor comes from the quality of the milk from happy cows and goats and by using cultures that will provide a unique taste.  Our production process is natural with no additives.   MyArtisanoFoods.com

Nija Foods
Nija means “the truth or real”. They are a new food production company based in Cincinnati, specializing in “Real Food”.  They believe that true health can be achieved through real food and most chronic and auto-immune diseases can be relieved or eliminated by changing our diet habits through mindful eating. They believe that they have something unique to offer the local food community. They specialize in Nut Milks and Nut Creams, flavored with spices, herbs, and home made extracts. They use no additives, preservatives, flavors, stabilizers, gums or “non food” items. Their almond milk is made with raw, unpasteurized almonds, sourced directly from California. The nuts are soaked overnight for easier digestion and the entire production is cold processed. They use organic and local ingredients whenever possible. They only use natural sweeteners like local maple syrup or honey to sweeten our products.   NijaFoods.com

Village Soapworks
Village Soapworks is based right up the road in Glendale.  They create handcrafted soaps made from all natural ingredients in their home "soap lab". Their soaps are made from the finest base oils, 100% lye and pure distilled water. They are scented with natural essential and fragrance oils and colored with natural clays, mica powders and spices. Their soaps provide lots of thick lather and leave your skin feeling soft and moisturized.      TheVillageSoapworks.com

Walnut Ridge Acres
Walnut Ridge Acres is a Certified Naturally Grown family farm owned and operated by Bob and Becky Portmann.  Their farm is located in Clarksville, Ohio.  They are always open and happy to pick fresh while you wait or just show you around.  From their grass roots beginnings in 1984, the farm has transformed into a four-season vegetable growing operation.  They also raise Berkshire pork.  Bob and Becky utilize a three-tunnel system kept warm in the winter months by wood stoves.  This allows for an early start on the seed grown vegetables for the summer planting as well as earlier than normal offering of vine ripened tomatoes.  With over 3000 different plants in the field, they harvest all the usual vegetables from asparugus to zucchini, peppers to melons and winter squash.  No matter which season it is, Walnut Ridge Acres has somethinggood for your table.    WalnutRidgeAcres.com

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