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The Northside Farmers Market

FRESH VEGETABLES, BAKED GOODS AND MORE AT THE NORTHSIDE FARMERS MARKET ALL YEAR AROUND!

Every Wednesday from 4-7:00pm the Northside Farmers Market is open for business at 4222 Hamilton Avenue in the North Presbyterian Church Auditorium, across from the Northside Library on Hamilton Avenue. Lots of free parking is available. Please shop and support local entrepreneurs and businesses- join us!
Weekly items include fresh greens, squash, root vegetables, apples, cider, farm eggs, produce, local honey; fresh ground flours and grains, potatoes, radishes, turnips, hydroponic lettuce, naturally fermented foods, locally roasted coffees, assorted baked bread, grass-fed beef, whole hog sausage, American lamb, chemical-free pork and chicken. The NFM boasts over 16 varieties of organic cheeses, unique handmade and fair-trade chocolates, jams, jellies, candies and pies which round out the food offerings. Various crafts are at the Market too including handmade glass beads, buttons, knitwear and jewelry. NFM prides itself on bringing fresh and locally produced food to the vibrant community of Northside to purchase or to create your own garden whenvegetable starter plants come to the market early spring. You can find us at facebook.com/cincinorthsidefarmersmarket or on twitter at #nsidefarmersmkt.

History of Farming in Northside
In the 1950's Northside had a greenhouse/farming area known as Frogtown which consisted of three large greenhouses located near Spring Grove Cemetery along Crawford and Spring Lawn Avenues. The area was nicknamed frogtown because of the natural springs that were the home to prevalent croaking frogs. The original families  the Kock's, Kissel's and Hoeweller's had over 6 acres of gardens under glass in the area. The Kissel's stopped gardening in the 1980's, however, the Koch's still garden and reside in Frogtown today.
In the 1880's through the early 1950's dairy farms were located along West Fork Road and Kirby Avenue in Northside. Ammon Avenue, off of Colerain, is named for one of the early dairy farmers - Johann Georg Ammon who passed away in 1891. Bosse Dairy, Henry Meyer Dairy, Blessing Dairy and John T. Ruether Dairy were a few of the various dairy farms in Northside. Today a few Northside residents still remember receiving home deliveries of milk. Dann Woellert's book titled, 'Cincinnati's Northside Neighborhood' in the Images of America Series has more.

Vendors

Information
Northside Farmers Market
Ana Bird, NFM Market Manager
513-614-3671
email

Wednesdays
4-7pm
Oct 15 - May 8: North Presbyterian Church Auditorium, 4222 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati OH 45223
May 15 - Oct 10: Jacob Hoffner Park, 4101 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45223

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