Reminder, you can check the location of your favorite vendors, and find out if they are attending, via our interactive Market Map that’s updated throughout the week with a final update on Saturday mornings at 7am.
The Herbal Alchemist – Sade Adeyemi created The Herbal Alchemist to make indulgent self-care experiences accessible to everyone, by harnessing the power of nature to provide the most intentional and aligned products that give you permission to say “YES!” to yourself, even if it’s only for a few moments a day.
New at the Market: Mill Valley Pasta
AIM’s Racial Equity Fund strives to reduce financial barriers to entry, by specifically supporting BIPOC farmers, food producers, and artisans who are getting started at one of AIM’s nine certified farmers markets. Recipients receive payment for their registration fees ($150), Free stall fees for six months at one of AIM’s farmers markets (10×10 booth, approx. $1,300), A $1,000 stipend for any market-related costs, such as: tents, booth signage, online marketing, organic certification(s), health department fees and other critical but sometimes hidden costs of starting and expanding a food-related business, and mentorship with an established farmers market participant or Small Business Development Center advisor, if desired.
AIM hosted a celebratory event at Red Bay Coffee headquarters to honor their second cohort of nine recipients. The following producers at the Grand Lake Farmers Market were among the cohort of nine recipients: