Meet our vendors

Covenant Valley Farms

Annie Kennedy spends her weekdays in a realtor’s office and her Saturdays at the Oconee Farmers Market! Annie, who serves as the president for the Oconee Farmers Market, sells grass-fed beef, free-range eggs, sourwood and wildflower honey, lip balms, lotion bars, and beeswax candles.

Latimer Luck Acres

Mandy and John Latimer have been with the Oconee Farmers Market for six years! They sell a variety of goat’s milk soap and spa bars, as well as soap trays.

PawPaw’s P-Nuts

PawPaw’s P-Nuts sells boiled peanuts and beef jerky.

Joy’s Gorgeous Gourds

Joy Redmond has been a vendor at the Oconee Farmers Market for 14 years! Joy sells a variety of repurposed jewelry, pottery, painted gourds, watercolor prints, stepping stones, and bottle cap art!

Mama Bird’s Granola

Jennie and Melina have been vendors at the market for three years! Mama Bird’s Granola offers a variety of flavors of granola, dried fruit, tamales, gluten baked items, and vegan baked items.

Hallowed Hawk Farms

Hallowed Hawk Farms sells sheep’s milk soap, lamb wool yarn, blankets, and jellies.

Sunshine Farm

Vilma and Aldo Ramos have been at the market since 2011! They sell a wide variety of 100% organic produce, such as tomatoes, cucumbers, green beans, red and green peppers, sweet potatoes, okra, cabbage, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, lettuce, cantaloupe, and plums. Vilma also makes her own jellies, jams, dried apples, and frozen empanadas.

il Gelato

Diana and Juan Rubin

il Gelato sells pastas, sauces, and gelato.

Best Friends Biscuits

Lee Carmon has been at the market for seven seasons now! She sells all natural, homemade, vegetarian dog treats. You can also often catch one of her four-legged friends at the market as well.

Wagon Wheel Ranch

Fred Liebl has been in the Oconee County area since 1970! He began to raise beef full time after retiring from his veterinary practice. He now sells his USDA inspected, grass-fed beef and pasture raised eggs at the Oconee Farmers Market.

Nilza Kuhlmann

Nilza sells naturally grown certified produce, including: kale; spinach; beets; radishes; onions; collards; asian greens; brown, white, and green free-range/cage-free eggs; red and green romaine lettuce; and red spinach. Originally from Jasper County, Nilza has made the move to the Oconee Farmers Market for the first time this season.

Oconee County Senior Center

The Oconee County Senior center has hand-crafted a variety of items, such as bracelets, earrings, necklaces, reusable shopping bags, purse charms, pillows, and aprons. All profits made go back to Senior Center to fund their senior center program.

Oconee County Animal Services

On the third Thursday of each month, Oconee County Animals Services sells mugs, wine stoppers, bowls, garden stakes, dog treats, animal themed pottery, and dog beds. They also will have information on Animal Services readily available for anyone who needs it. All profits benefit Oconee County Animal Services.

Mimi’s Old Fashioned Buttermilk Pies

Maureen White bakes delicious buttermilk pies! She has been in business for seven years and has sold at various other festivals and markets in the area. In addition, each customer receives free flowers with every pie purchase!

Calvin Gooch

Calvin has been woodworking for his entire life! He makes a variety of wood crafts, such as birdhouses, carpenter bee traps, wine bottle wind chimes, wind spinners, barrel staves that hold wine glasses or shot glasses.

J&M Farm Delights

Julie and Matt Spielman are excited to be back for their second season at the Oconee Farmers Market! They make unconventional homemade breads from scratch, CinnRolls, jams, jellies, sauces, specialty cakes, gluten free breads, air-fried pies, and plan on adding gluten pasta, regular pasta, and a gluten/regular pasta mix.

Gifford Argo

Mr. Argo is a local farmer who sells tomatoes, okra, fig preserves, cabbages, squash, and zucchini.

Sandra Bowden

Sandra, more affectionately known as the “cake lady” at the market has been baking since childhood! Her popular items include zucchini bread, lemon bars, and many different types of pound cakes.

Jewelz by Caroline

Caroline is an 8th grader at OCMS. She makes handmade jewelry, including earrings, necklaces, and bracelets. Her booth is a perfect place to get boutique-style jewelry at a more affordable price!

Mill Creek Spice

Mill Creek Spice is now under new ownership! J&M Farm Delights purchased the business, and will now offer a large selection of spices, rubs, and teas.

Beulah Land Farm

Deanne Johnson is a first year vendor at the Oconee Farmers Market! She sells all things natural, including: lip balm, cuticle oil, bug spray, lotion bars, bath salts, flax packs, sugar scrubs, inhalers, and lip scrubs.

Audra Singleton

Audra is a first year vendor at the Oconee Farmers Market! She sells a variety of microgreens, wheatgrass, vegan banana bread, pepper jelly, homemade ketchup, mushrooms, and gag gifts.

Happy Place Scents and Farm

Chris, Tori, and Julia sell soy based candles, coconut oil based sugar scrub soaps, and bath bombs. They also sell assorted produce when in season, as well as free-range eggs.

Mary Ann Simmons

Mary Ann has been with the market since the beginning! She sells a variety of vegetables, including tomatoes, cabbages, eggplants, peppers, broccoli, peas. In addition, she also sells homemade candy and brittle, as well as gourd carvings and paintings.

High Ground Garden

Peter and Emily Givens and their daughters are excited to a part of the market this season! Stop by their hand-crafted wooden cart to buy vegetables, herbs, annual flowers, strawberry mint and violet jellies, lavender shortbread, mint cookies, raspberry plants, dried raspberry leaves,, seed packets, and stationary.

Cathy Carver

Cathy is a first year vendor that sells tomatoes, greens, cabbage, and broccoli.

Marty Brown and Cindy Peck

Marty and Cindy are selling at the market for the first time this season. Visit their booth for figs, pears, tomatoes, squash, and eggs.

Tina Majsztrik

Tina is selling plants and homemade lemonade at the market.

Meet our vendors

Covenant Valley Farms

Annie Kennedy spends her weekdays in a realtor’s office and her Saturdays at the Oconee Farmers Market! Annie, who serves as the president for the Oconee Farmers Market, sells grass-fed beef, free-range eggs, sourwood and wildflower honey, lip balms, lotion bars, and beeswax candles.

Latimer Luck Acres

Mandy and John Latimer have been with the Oconee Farmers Market for six years! They sell a variety of goat’s milk soap and spa bars, as well as soap trays.

PawPaw’s P-Nuts

PawPaw’s P-Nuts sells boiled peanuts and beef jerky.

Joy’s Gorgeous Gourds

Joy Redmond has been a vendor at the Oconee Farmers Market for 14 years! Joy sells a variety of repurposed jewelry, pottery, painted gourds, watercolor prints, stepping stones, and bottle cap art!

Mama Bird’s Granola

Jennie and Melina have been vendors at the market for three years! Mama Bird’s Granola offers a variety of flavors of granola, dried fruit, tamales, gluten baked items, and vegan baked items.

Hallowed Hawk Farms

Hallowed Hawk Farms sells sheep’s milk soap, lamb wool yarn, blankets, and jellies.

Sunshine Farm

Vilma and Aldo Ramos have been at the market since 2011! They sell a wide variety of 100% organic produce, such as tomatoes, cucumbers, green beans, red and green peppers, sweet potatoes, okra, cabbage, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, lettuce, cantaloupe, and plums. Vilma also makes her own jellies, jams, dried apples, and frozen empanadas.

il Gelato

Diana and Juan Rubin

il Gelato sells pastas, sauces, and gelato.

Best Friends Biscuits

Lee Carmon has been at the market for seven seasons now! She sells all natural, homemade, vegetarian dog treats. You can also often catch one of her four-legged friends at the market as well.

Wagon Wheel Ranch

Fred Liebl has been in the Oconee County area since 1970! He began to raise beef full time after retiring from his veterinary practice. He now sells his USDA inspected, grass-fed beef and pasture raised eggs at the Oconee Farmers Market.

Nilza Kuhlmann

Nilza sells naturally grown certified produce, including: kale; spinach; beets; radishes; onions; collards; asian greens; brown, white, and green free-range/cage-free eggs; red and green romaine lettuce; and red spinach. Originally from Jasper County, Nilza has made the move to the Oconee Farmers Market for the first time this season.

Oconee County Senior Center

The Oconee County Senior center has hand-crafted a variety of items, such as bracelets, earrings, necklaces, reusable shopping bags, purse charms, pillows, and aprons. All profits made go back to Senior Center to fund their senior center program.

Oconee County Animal Services

On the third Thursday of each month, Oconee County Animals Services sells mugs, wine stoppers, bowls, garden stakes, dog treats, animal themed pottery, and dog beds. They also will have information on Animal Services readily available for anyone who needs it. All profits benefit Oconee County Animal Services.

Mimi’s Old Fashioned Buttermilk Pies

Maureen White bakes delicious buttermilk pies! She has been in business for seven years and has sold at various other festivals and markets in the area. In addition, each customer receives free flowers with every pie purchase!

Calvin Gooch

Calvin has been woodworking for his entire life! He makes a variety of wood crafts, such as birdhouses, carpenter bee traps, wine bottle wind chimes, wind spinners, barrel staves that hold wine glasses or shot glasses.

J&M Farm Delights

Julie and Matt Spielman are excited to be back for their second season at the Oconee Farmers Market! They make unconventional homemade breads from scratch, CinnRolls, jams, jellies, sauces, specialty cakes, gluten free breads, air-fried pies, and plan on adding gluten pasta, regular pasta, and a gluten/regular pasta mix.

Gifford Argo

Mr. Argo is a local farmer who sells tomatoes, okra, fig preserves, cabbages, squash, and zucchini.

Sandra Bowden

Sandra, more affectionately known as the “cake lady” at the market has been baking since childhood! Her popular items include zucchini bread, lemon bars, and many different types of pound cakes.

Jewelz by Caroline

Caroline is an 8th grader at OCMS. She makes handmade jewelry, including earrings, necklaces, and bracelets. Her booth is a perfect place to get boutique-style jewelry at a more affordable price!

Mill Creek Spice

Mill Creek Spice is now under new ownership! J&M Farm Delights purchased the business, and will now offer a large selection of spices, rubs, and teas.

Beulah Land Farm

Deanne Johnson is a first year vendor at the Oconee Farmers Market! She sells all things natural, including: lip balm, cuticle oil, bug spray, lotion bars, bath salts, flax packs, sugar scrubs, inhalers, and lip scrubs.

Audra Singleton

Audra is a first year vendor at the Oconee Farmers Market! She sells a variety of microgreens, wheatgrass, vegan banana bread, pepper jelly, homemade ketchup, mushrooms, and gag gifts.

Happy Place Scents and Farm

Chris, Tori, and Julia sell soy based candles, coconut oil based sugar scrub soaps, and bath bombs. They also sell assorted produce when in season, as well as free-range eggs.

Mary Ann Simmons

Mary Ann has been with the market since the beginning! She sells a variety of vegetables, including tomatoes, cabbages, eggplants, peppers, broccoli, peas. In addition, she also sells homemade candy and brittle, as well as gourd carvings and paintings.

High Ground Garden

Peter and Emily Givens and their daughters are excited to a part of the market this season! Stop by their hand-crafted wooden cart to buy vegetables, herbs, annual flowers, strawberry mint and violet jellies, lavender shortbread, mint cookies, raspberry plants, dried raspberry leaves,, seed packets, and stationary.

Cathy Carver

Cathy is a first year vendor that sells tomatoes, greens, cabbage, and broccoli.

Marty Brown and Cindy Peck

Marty and Cindy are selling at the market for the first time this season. Visit their booth for figs, pears, tomatoes, squash, and eggs.

Tina Majsztrik

Tina is selling plants and homemade lemonade at the market.

Interested in Becoming a Vendor?

Read our bylaws, complete this form, and send to:

Oconee Farmers Market
P.O. Box 971
Watkinsville, GA 30677