September 16th, 2020 - 8:00 am to 11:00 am
Historic Lewes Farmers Market
Wednesday, September 16, 2020, 8 am - 11 am
Crooked Hammock Market
36707 Crooked Hammock Way, Lewes, DE
Wednesday Market Open Through September 30!
What’s Fresh on September 16
We have extended the Wednesday Crooked Hammock Market through September. The Wednesday market is located in front of Crooked Hammock Brewery. There is parking right next to it, making for easy access. We thank the Crooked Hammock Brewery for giving us the space to use for this Market and ask that you support them. If you have any questions, please contact us: [email protected].
Please see bottom of this letter for information using SNAP at the market. We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday.
Offering locally grown, sustainable, soil-less produce year round.
302 Aquaponics will bring 6 varieties of lettuce, Swiss chard, Basil, and critter candy.
Pre-order on: https://302aquaponics.com/products
302 Aquaponics is a family owned and operated Aquaponics greenhouse specializing in growing leafy greens. They grow in a climate-controlled system year-round and deliver the freshest produce directly to our local community. All of their produce is grown from seed, closely monitored during the growing cycle, hand-picked, and hand packaged for customers.
302 Aquaponics Lettuce
Dittmar Family Farms
Zach and Jenny Dittmar
They will have FRESH chicken - boneless breasts, wings, and thigh/drumsticks, along with livers and whole and half birds. Limited quantity of pasture raised blue and brown mixed color eggs. Sold only by the dozen.
Pre-orders can be emailed to [email protected] or phone (302) 632-5875.
In order to sign up for a CSA share, customers should visit www.dittmarfamilyfarms.simplesite.com and click to join at the top of the page. Questions can be emailed to [email protected] or phone (302) 632-5875.
Evans Farms Produce
Kevin and Katey Evans
This third-generation family farm will have sweet corn, green peppers, melons, tomatoes and bell peppers.
Fresh Harvest Hydroponics
Fresh Harvest Hydroponics is a family owned and operated business that specializes in pesticide and herbicide free produce. Hydroponic lettuce is available all year! Varieties include mixed greens, butter lettuce, arugula, and romaine.
Cory, Jackie, Mariana, Everett and Martin Savage
Pre-order on: www.Jackie-blues.com
Phone: (443) 783-6363
They have some soft-shell crabs for pre-order only, as well as regular blue crabs which can either be pre-ordered or just purchased at the Market. Fourth & fifth generation Commercial Fishermen, offering you the freshest Blue Crabs on the Eastern Shore, from their boat to your table.
Tommy Eliason and his sister Susan Eliason
Pre-order by phone or text: (302) 943-8707
They will bring watermelon, sweet corn, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, squash, potatoes, and cucumbers.
Parsons Farms Produce
Paul and Brittany Parsons
Pre-order by calling: (302) 732-3336. Call before Friday at 5 pm to order for Saturday.
Honey Crisp and Gala apples. Apple muffins.
Growers of fine fruits and vegetables, this multi-generational farm has always been a local’s favorite in Sussex County.
Parson’s Farm Produce Facebook Page
Stag Run Farm
Craig and Lenore Brady
Pre-order by calling: (302) 922-1271 or email [email protected].
They will have Fuji, Val Star, Gala, and two varieties of Macintosh apples. Sweet potatoes, yams, zucchini, yellow squash, 6 different types of potatoes, and butternut squash.
Chrissy Bee’s Honey: Comb honey, butterbean, Dutch clover, wildflower, and pine.
Craig and Lenore Brady and their children started the farm in 2003. Their family farm continues to grow yearly with new crops and varieties of fruits and vegetables. Their farm is also an apiary, using Italian honeybees to pollinate the orchard and crops, producing Chrissy Bee’s Honey.
Rob Dick, Shauna Thompson, Wayne Hawkins
Pre-order: Pre-orders will be accepted 2 days prior to market, starts Thursday at 7am and ends Friday at 9pm. Simply text your order to Rob at (302) 930-1840. Include your email address
Romaine mini heads, spring mix, micro greens, sweet, Shishito and jalapeño peppers, acorn squash, heirloom tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, red okra and garlic
The HLFM advises that due to Covid-19 the Market is very different from last year. A volunteer will be at the entrance with sanitizer spray for customer’s hands. There is only one entrance and one exit, one-way flow, and everyone in the Market must wear a mask.
The Market will continue to match SNAP up to $20 per market, per customer. The SNAP tent will be located near the entrance to the Market and a SNAP volunteer will process SNAP/EBT and give SNAP customers their Bonus Bucks to use at HLFM Markets. WIC and SFMNP coupons are also welcome at the Market.