August 22 Chelsea Farmers Market

The Saturday Chelsea Farmers Market takes place from 8 a.m.-noon on Aug. 22 at the Palmer parking lot.
The Waterloo Natural History Association will have an informational table this week.
Below is a list of the vendors and what they expect to have for sale:



Kapnick Orchards: Red Haven and Flaming Fury Peaches, Nectarines, Shiro Plums, Paula Red Apples, Red Raspberries, Red and White Potatoes, probably the last weekend for blueberries, and baked goods, nut butters, homemade fudge.
Affeathermations: Seasonal creations and natural media, earthwork arts and crafts for ceremony or celebration. Weather permitting.
File photo. Fresh fruit at the farmers market.
File photo. Fresh fruit at the farmers market.
Country Hills Pottery: Wheel thrown functional pottery and a variety of unusual gifts. Weather permitting.
Two Tracks Acres: Italian and breakfast sausage, fresh ham, eggs, kielbasa links.
Goetz Greenhouse: regular and fingerling potatoes, jalapeno, green and pablano peppers, sweet corn, curly kale, Swiss Chard, cabbage, garlic, broccoli, basil, zucchini, cucumbers, pickling cucumbers, carrots, onions, wax and green beans, cherry and hoop house tomatoes, red and golden beets, fresh flower bouquets, eggplant, musk and watermelons.
Frog Hollar Farms: corn, cabbage, peppers, green beans, radishes, beets, tomatoes, jalapenos, apples, plums, peaches.
Maple syrup from H and H Sugarbush.
Maple syrup from H and H Sugarbush.
Heim Gardens: herb starts, radishes, kohlrabi, broccoli, blueberries, onions, carrots, cucumbers, zucchini, yellow and green beans, cherry tomatoes, peppers, beets and corn.
Stonehearth Breads: Artisan breads made from scratch with no preservatives including apple cinnamon, peach pecan, bacon cheddar beer bread, and German sauerkraut; pepperoni rolls and Reuben rolls, cookies, buns, brownies.
H and H Sugarbush: Maple syrup, candy, nuts, maple cream, maple sugar.
Zatkovich Pastures: 100 percent organic-fed, free range heritage breed chicken eggs, 100 percent pasture raised, organically fed chicken whole breasts, thighs, legs, wings, liver, feet.
Mama Mo sells numerous varieties of hummus as well as bean dip and chips.
Mama Mo sells numerous varieties of hummus as well as bean dip and chips.
Fresh: Coffee beans from Guatemala, Peaberry, Rwandan, Sulawesi, Costa Rican, decaf; coffee by the cup.
Blue Moon: hand painted vintage signage, custom orders
Dancy’s Fancy Butter: Butters infused with fresh herbs and garlic, lemon pepper, pumpkin, honey and cinnamon, brown sugar and cinnamon. Maybe strawberry butter.
Bordine Farms: Dahlia plants, buy 2 get third free, flower bouquets in recycled containers.
Mama Mo: Last week–Vegan bean dip; 17 varieties of hummus, pesto, four types of seitan, and Ann Arbor Tortilla Factory chips.
Cakes by Penny
Cakes by Penny
Cakes by Penny: Freshly bakes coffee cakes and muffins.
Chandra June Handmade Jewelry: necklace, earrings with semiprecious stones.
Tantre Farm: Arugula, fava beans, green beans, Chioggia, golden and red beets, green broccoli, green cabbage, orange carrots, Swiss chard, collard greens, cucumbers, eggplant, garlic bulbs, numerous varieties of herbs, curly green, lacinato, Rainbow Lacinato, Red Russian and Siberian kale, leeks, loose leaf and head lettuce, purplet, Red Long of Tropea and summer onions, sweet green, maybe red, Jalapeno, Padron, Shishito peppers, Red Norland and Yukon gold potatoes, spinach, squash flowers, summer and patti pan squash, cherry, grape and heirloom tomatoes, watermelon, yellow and green zucchini, corn.
Wild Apple Farms: soaps, herbal products, RUStic repurposed wood and metalwork, jams and jellies, herbal bread and muffins, garden produce, organic herbal bath bombs.
Bristle’s Handmade and Homegrown: cookies, soups, homemade baked potato bags, dish towels and scrubbies, hand towels, special orders available, salad mix.
Co-Creations: chicken, edible flowers, herbs, and massage, spinning and handspun yarn, organic eggs, recycled nature crafts.
Rulig’s Produce: corn, cucumbers, Swiss chard, kale, beets, patti pan squash, zucchini, collard greens, sun flowers, summer squash, round zucchini, kohlrabi, green beans, pickling cukes, broccoli, cut basil, cut cilantro, head lettuce, Tomatillos, green peppers, medium hot peppers, Jalapeño peppers, cherry bomb peppers, hot banana peppers, cabbage, slicing, cherry and grape tomatoes, peaches, heirloom tomatoes.
New vendor Blue Moon offers vintage signs for sale. Look for the ones from Chelsea.
New vendor Blue Moon offers vintage signs for sale. Look for the ones from Chelsea.
Elder Woods: birdhouses and bird feeders. Great Lakes stone bird houses and feeders each with a Petosky stone, solar light houses.
Dave’s Honey: Raw Local Honey: 2 oz., 8 oz, 16 oz, 6 lb jars — Bee’s wax, Candles, Propollis, Bee Pollen and a fabulous Honey Health Drink.
Robin Hills Farms: summer squash, zucchini, tomatoes, Swiss chard, herbs, kale, cucumber, cabbage, spaghetti squash, rosemary, many varieties of tomatoes, sweet peppers, hot peppers, eggplant, potatoes.
Smith’s daylilies: daylilies
Breakin Away Café: cookies, caramel corn, breakfast bars, cereal made from oats, nuts, seed and dried fruit, two snack mixes – one with nuts, dried fruits and M and M’s and the other is a Chex mix.
The Sleepy Cricket: jewelry
Huckleberry: tomatoes, green tomatoes, cucumbers, super sweet corn, almost pickle kits, zucchini, squash, fresh cut flowers.
Acme: handmade spiral bound journals, upcycled vintage label clipboards, upcycled children’s book journals, aprons, handmade “spoon” and “fork” racks, children’s wooden wall art hangers, 25-foot writing paper scrolls, stone coasters, novelty eraser packs and other handmade goodies.
Joan’s Soap Bouquet: a variety of soaps.
It's corn season.
It’s corn season.

Vendor update: Mama Mofoods has become a staple of the Chelsea Farmers Markets, but not for much longer.After 11 years of successfully selling a variety of seitan then adding hummus products, Mama Mofoods’ last day at market will be this Saturday, August 22. We are sad to see them go and will miss them greatly. Visit to read the full story.