9:00am to 1:00pm

Locally Grown Fresh Produce
Pasture Raised Meats, Eggs & Cheeses
Fresh Bread & Baked Goods
Plants, Herbs & Flowers
Health & Beauty Products
Specialty Foods & Preserves
Local Kombucha & Fresh Roasted Coffee


The Floyd Farmer’s Market is important to SustainFloyd’s mission because it brings business to local farmers and food producers. The market supports regional agriculture while making healthy food available to our community.

In addition to a wonderful mix of food, produce and locally grown and made products, you’ll find a feeling of community that only a local market can provide— folks doing their weekly shopping while connecting with farmers, friends, neighbors, and visitors—a truly nourishing event.


There’s a chance for everyone to shop at the market
Learn more about our EBT/SNAP & $2 for $1 programs!
Here’s the list of vendors for 2016 presented alphabetically and paired with a general description of what that vendor will be selling:


Back Room Bakery
Wood-fired artisanal bread; fresh pastries

Black Water Loft & Red Rooster Coffee Roaster
Made-to-order coffees and teas, bagged coffee, and baked goods

Buffalo Mountain Kombucha
Kombucha, by the cup or growler in four flavors. Made from organic teas and pressed organic fruits, herbs & flowers. 

Confectious Shenanigans
Artisanal cupcakes.

Crème de la Crème
Made-to-order paninis and baked goods; hand-crafted soaps

Fat Bean Farm & Food Co.
Ferments such as sauerkraut, kimchi, and kvass.

Floyd Eco Village
Fresh vegetables and eggs

Good Food – Good People
Fresh and preserved vegetables and fruits, meat, eggs, dairy goods, handcrafted pasta, sauces, and other specialty items

Grateful Bread
Fresh-baked artisanal breads, rolls and pastries including warm cinnamon rolls, breakfast focaccia, scones, cookies, donuts, & gluten-free treats

I-tal Acres
Rare & edible plants, herbal tinctures & salves, kombucha starters, hot sauce, Sweetwater Baking Company products. Cooked-to-Order: stuffed French toast & lunch paninis

Kester Clark Farm
Seasonal local fruits & vegetables, gourds, walnuts, & plants.

Perennial Uprisings
Fresh cut flowers by the bouquet.

Rebecca’s Pantry
Seasonal preserves, specialty vinegars, finishing salts, spice blends, flavored peanut butters, and sweets.

Riverstone Organic Farm
Grass fed, pasture-raised lamb, beef and pork, including sausages, hams and bacon. Seasonal artisan preserves.

Waterbear Organic Farm
Fresh vegetables and storage crops

Your Neighbor’s Garden
Seasonal vegetables, small trees and bedding plants


Dancing Dog Tees
Hand sewn organic cotton screen-printed shirts and clothing

Davis Wildman
Seasonal garlic

Howard Wenger
Seasonal grapes

Medina Baskets
Woven baskets of all sizes, shapes, and colors

Pots for Plenty!
One-of-a-kind dishware pottery; all proceeds go to Plenty! Food Bank.

Walkers Fruit
Seasonal apples, cherries, peaches, plums, and grapes

Wild Mountain Farm
Seasonal blueberries

Woodland Wonders
Jewelry made with wildcrafted fungi



Floyd Community Market is a 3,000 square-foot timber frame multi-use pavilion located in downtown Floyd.

Home to the Farmers and Artisan Markets, the space was a collaboration between 40 people and many local companies.


Primary Funders:
The Station
Wills Ridge Supply
Professional Builders
Floyd Country Store
Turman Lumber Co.
Crenshaw Lighting
James W. Shortt & Associates, P.C.
Streamline Timberworks

Community Market
S&S Paving
LCF Group
Kamala Bauers
Ed Erwin
Susan Icove
Don Nathan
Jonathan Rogers
Elaine Martinez
Stuart Concrete
Jack Wall
Sylvie Granateli
Woody & Jackie Crenshaw
Tobie Blankenship
David Lander
Buz Waitzkin
Bill St. Pierre
Shortts Excavating
Farmers Supply Corp.
Kathleen Ingoldsby
Steve Arthur
Eddie Branden
Virginia Nathan
Citizens Telephone