Locals of Johnson County, we are two sisters offering handmade products: Greeting Cards, Paracord Accessories, Decals, Magnets, Houseplants, Handmade Wood Products (Trellis, Bookmarks, Coasters, Squirrel Feeders.) Been participants of JCFM since youth with our mom whom runs Laureltenn Peak Farm
Bug Lovers Native Plants is a nursery based in Ashe County, NC. specializing in native perennials, shrubs, and grasses grown form seed with zero pesticide use, to provide ecological connections with wildlife, pollinators, and all the bugs we love. We produce high quality plants which are hardy and native to Tennessee and North Carolina for home gardens and landscapes, providing both beauty and valuable food and shelter for birds, bees, butterflies, and beneficial insects
A Bushel And A Peck Farm is a small family run farm located in Butler, TN. Our farm journey began in 2014 when we purchased our farm with the goal of being able to provide our family with the freshest, healthiest, chemical free food possible. We quickly realized we loved farming and decided to branch out to selling our produce in the community as well.
We are a Certified Naturally Grown Farm offering a large variety of fresh produce, as well as honey and eggs.
We are C2C Farms out of Shady Valley, TN. We offer Fresh Eggs, Flowers, Produce, Photographs and some wood craft. We also raise goats and beef cattle.
This last kidding season was our most successful to date with 21 goat kids!
Chicks Wtih Sticks is sponsored by Johnson County Senior Center. We meet weekly to decide and work on fundraising projects devoted to donating funds to meet the needs of the center. Our members donate their own time and materials in furtherance of the non-profit status of the center. In addition we support service projects in our community
I am Rochelle Eisenberger and Cottage In The Mtns is where I make all thing: canvas bags; rag dolls; small tool rolls for crochet hooks, double pointed needles, or sewing notions; square drawstring project bags; needle books for darning, embroidery, or hand-sewing; bound journals; and all natural made from scratch soaps. My sewn items frequently feature embroidery or quilting and are often made from fabrics I've dyed myself.
The handcrafted soaps I make are made with natural oils and plant dyes, clay, and pure essential oils. Some soaps are made with plant based oils and milks, while others use lard, tallow, and goat milk.
When not making things, I enjoy gardening, foraging, taking care of goats, and walking in the woods with my spouse and dogs.
I am Bill Brown of Mountain City. I worked as Laboratory Manager at TT Electronics in Boone, NC for over 50 years. I was involved in testing and development of products. after retirement, I have acquired a Laser System, 3D Printing System, Sublimation System and Photography Production setup. I have been designing craft products utilizing these technologies to produce unique crafts that can be customized individuals likes.
I am approaching 79 years of age and use these activities to keep my mind and body active.
We are a retired couple who have been involved in gardening and crafts for most of our almost 50 years of married life. Grace loves embroidery and sewing. She makes various embroidered items such as towels, aprons and bookmarks. She also makes heavy duty pot holders that really do protect your hands! Other items she makes include quilted and or embroidered bags of all sizes and uses; snap tab items including key fobs, sanitizer and lip balm holders, and more. She makes lace and leather jewelry as well. Alan loves to do woodworking and gardening. He specializes in bird houses that are proven winners in making homes for your back yard birds. He also makes bee traps and other decorative wood items.
Five Sisters Homestead is a first generation farm that focuses on locally raised, antibiotic and hormone free practices to raise our delicious and healthy proteins. We are situated right outside the beautiful town of Damascus Virginia at the foot of Whitetop Mountain. Joe & Crystal have been married for 17 years and have been raising their 5 daughters who are active in helping care for the animals. Our meats are humanely born, raised, fed and slaughtered right here in Washington County Virginia. A majority of the feed we use is also raised right in Southwest Virginia and with our partnership with local food banks we are able to take unusable produce and/or goods and turn them into usable healthy proteins. We offer a full variety of sausage, pork chops, and other pork products. We also offer the best ground beef and steaks you'll ever eat and eggs that will leave you smiling all day.
We look forward to serving you this year.
Joel and Gina Williams live in Zionville, NC. Joel is a retired theatre professor from Appalachian State and Gina is a theatre props artisan who has worked at many regional theatres including the Barter in Abingdon, where Joel first met her. Gina creates unique stained glass items that incorporate "found" and repurposed items that she finds during her shopping trips for props. Gina also designs and creates commissioned pieces. “Gina creates and Joel is in charge of sales.” say the Williams’s.
I am a recent retiree after 37 years working with AT&T. I learned wood turning from my father who is now 90 years old. After admiring y dad's work for many years I finally had time to learn for myself when I retired and discovered I really like creating things. Barbara Johnson is a school bus driver in Johnson County. She is my marketing manager and the people person.