FARMERS & GROWERS:
Ava’s Nest Natural Farm~ Kerrie Holtz & Kyle Witt
Even though raising our six parrots is like raising six kids, we still have time to be farmers. Organically grown vegetables, herbs, and microgreens are intensively farmed on our 1/2 acre, which doesn’t sound like a lot but it’s pretty amazing how much you can grow in a small space. Our philosophy is Farm, Fresh, Fun!
Country Side Nursery ~ Leslie Bartz
Leslie had been a Vendor at the Market for more than 15 years, specializing in unusual landscape plants and herbs. Anything that’s NOT plain green is her passion. Being in the nursery business for nearly 40 years gives her a unique perspective and knowledge of the plant world.
Ghost Hollow ~ John Moss
Hula Girl Farms ~ Jennifer Chang
Little Skookum Gardens ~ Patrice Donovan
The Farm at Dry Bed Creek ~ Miles Batchelder & Christopher Harper
The Farm Hand ~ John Cunha (President)
“Healthy birds and hard work, that’s what makes The Farm Hand”
Little Tykes Farm ~ Rebecca Kirton & Tom Fellis
This is our 3rd year with Shelton Farmers’ Market and it’s been great fun! Our specialties are eggs, honey, and live poultry. All of it produced on our 50 acre farm. This year we’re starting our first herd of turkeys.
Lopez-Lee’s Oysters ~ Amber Lopez
Obsessions Farm ~ Don & Tami Putvin
Skokomish Valley Farms~ Paul & Andrea Miller
Yorke-ganic Family Farm ~ Meghan Puderbaugh
TREATS & EATS:
Large bags of fresh kettlecorn for $5 and caramel corn for $6.
Austin’s Popcorn ~ Austin Cunha
ARTISTS & CRAFTERS:
Bellies of Love Homeschool Handicrafts ~ Leah Roberts (Secretary)
An eclectic mish-mash of crafts and treasures, but always guaranteed to have Tie-Dye, crochet, and hand-crafted laundry soap!
Copper Poppy ~ Angelina Selassie
Hand dyed fiber art: yarn, spinning & felting fibers, knitting patterns, handspun yarn, smiles and color!
Echolynnes Etchings ~ Heather Kowalski
Fabric Designs ~ Louise Sharp
“I enjoy making beautiful fabric items for the home and for gifts. I make potato bags (wrap potato in paper towel, place in bag and microwave! comes out light and fluffy!), casserole carriers with spoon pocket, a pocket for a hot or cold pack with easy wood handles. I have invented a double kitchen towel, with fabric top and bottom to hand over rod or over oven handle. Recently added: delightful girls dresses and tops, have added butterfly shaped pot holders made from my mother’s 1940s pattern.”
Mad Made Jewelry ~ Madeline Miller
hand made gemstone jewelry ~ “Quality jewelry at affordable prices”
Odditees ~ Kristina Hunter
Origami ~ Shaomei Christensen
~ Polly Sem
Pure & Natural Comfort Products ~ Norma Obremski
Beautifully aromatic candles made with coconut oil, goat’s milk & Glycerin soaps. Pampered pet care.
Raven Made Creations ~ Raven
Finely crocheted blankets, shawls, and other wearables. Handcrafted jewelry and other trinkets
Shadolyte Creations ~ Shellie Rusinko
“Four generations contribute handmade goods, though Shellie and Nancy make mostly everything. There is joy in creating unique and individual things with our hands from our imaginations. As a Master Herbalist, Shellie creates natural herbal products using her own carefully developed formulas. We love what we do!” You can also usually find delicious jams, jellies, and fresh baked goods!
Tooling Around With Leather ~ Sue & Dave Puls
Tooling Around With Leather is a long time vendor at the Shelton Farmers Market. Owner and artisan Dave Puls makes all types of leather items, such as wallets, handbags, tablet sleeves, door bells, personal items, etc, that are of interest to a broad audience. All his items are handmade. Many have patterns carved into them and the patterns he uses cover all manner of subjects. Dave also takes orders for custom made items or the use of a custom pattern carved on one of his standard items. Many of his items make good gifts for holidays and special occasions.
Two Wacky Witches ~ Breanna Stephens
NON-PROFITS & COMMUNITY GROUPS:
- Relay for Life ~Team Tek Trekkers
- Mason County Master Gardeners
- Memorial Veteran’s Hall, VFW Post #
- Habitat For Humanity Mason County