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Red wine cap mushrooms from Mayapple Farms | Photo submitted by Rick and Jan Felumlee

Growing a small forest farm

By Submission by Rick and Jan Felumlee
June 5, 2019
Lauren Ketcham co-owns and operates Down the Road Farm in New Lexington, Ohio in Perry County with
Zachary Schultheis. She can be found at the Zanesville Farmers Market on April 20 at Weasel Boy Brewing and on select Saturdays at the Muskingum County Fairgrounds (May through October).

Growing into a ‘Down the Road Farm’

By Submission by Lauren Ketcham
April 18, 2019
Photo submitted by the Zanesville Farmers' Market

The growing art of homesteading

By Submission by Angela Kachur
April 12, 2019
Photo submitted by the Zanesville Farmers' Market

Handmade for Mom and Babe: Soap making broken down to the suds

By Submission by Joey Osborn
April 5, 2019
Photo submitted by the Zanesville Farmers' Market.

All the benefits bees bring to the market

By Column submission by Chris Lucas
March 28, 2019
Tapping into maple syrup

Tapping into maple syrup

By Column submission by Joe Baker
March 22, 2019
Graphic submitted by Sara Davis of the Zanesville Farmers Market.

Roasting with Jennings Java

By Column submission by Daniel Jennings
March 15, 2019
Graphic submitted by Sara Davis of the Zanesville Farmers Market.

Zanesville Farmers Market returning to Weasel Boy Brewing Saturday

By Column submission by Sara Davis
March 8, 2019
Graphic submitted by the Zanesville Farmers Market.

The art of making cheese

By Column submission by Connie Morris
December 14, 2018
Photo provided by the Zanesville Farmers' Market.

Year-round gardening

By Column submission by J.P. Hinkle
November 29, 2018
Jennifer Havens is the head farmer at Havens Hill Farm, a small family farm that has grown out of eight years of homesteading experience. She works to learn and teach traditional skills such as canning, foraging, soap making and animal husbandry.

The story of a homesteader

By Column submission by Jennifer Havens
November 21, 2018
Preserving foods the ancient way

Preserving foods the ancient way

By Column submission by Junita Lapp
November 14, 2018
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