Alphabetical Listing By Vendor Last Name
- Cheryl Aguilar
Soaps hand-crafted from natural ingredients.
- Connie and Don Albrecht
A variety of vegetables, duck eggs and baked goods.
Blair Baked Goods
- The Blair Family
Assorted rolls, muffins and biscuits.
La Calle, Latin American Bistro
- Redgie Blanco
College Hill, Cedar Falls
2223 B College St.
Latin American gourmet “street” foods, created fresh daily using local, fresh ingredients honoring our Latino heritage and our commitment to our community. Come to experience something diverse and unique. We offer the popular Cachapas (sweet corn pancakes), Latin brats and Cuban sandwiches.
- Joe and Linda Bohr
Bohr’s Gardens is a locally owned enterprise designed as a hobby garden along with a series of crafts specializing in fancy cutting boards made from domestic and imported woods. The cutting boards come in a variety of sizes and shapes from 8 x10 to 10 x 14. Specialty boards include a map of Iowa, a pig, a wine bottle, a fish, and I have done a map of Texas. Will do special orders for under- the- counter or larger sizes if needed. We also raise vegetables, which we sell at market. We try to specialize in certain Vegetable and Fruit crops, including onions (green and mature), raspberries, rhubarb, asparagus, potatoes, carrots, and sweet potatoes. These crops are available in limited supply only during their proper season. When crops are available they may also be found at Hansen’s Dairy Outlet in Cedar Falls. We also offer hand-crafted, Woodwork Cutting Boards, which are cut, sanded, glued and finished by our own hands. Several sizes and shapes are available.
- Bryan and Brooke Family
We offer hot, made to order, breakfast items for your enjoyment in the here and now! Order your breakfast sandwich or fancy hash browns while you shop with our vendors each Saturday morning. Specialty coffee and delicious smoothies are available as well. Our cart is located on the North East corner of the market way.
218 E. 4th St. Waterloo, IA 50701
- Lowell and Bridget Brown
8204 Logan Ave. Waterloo, IA 50703
We sell a wide variety of vegetables and fruits; including sweet corn, melons, peppers, berries, squash (summer and winter), cauliflower, broccoli, peas, leeks, onions, pumpkins, radishes, tomatoes and asparagus.
Shell Rock Honey
- Jeff Busch
29806 Butler Center Rd. Shellrock, IA 50670
(319)8854828 cell (319)596-8005
We sell pure honey and beeswax from our locally grown beehives. We have a variety of natural beeswax candles, sorghum, as well as creamed honey and personalized honey items.
- Matthew Christopher
8310 Waverly Rd.
Cedar Falls, IA 50613
Facebook: Rogers Market
We have been growing fruits and vegetables for 4 generations. Frank and Flora Rogers and their 10 children started by growing and selling muskmelons and watermelons. Since then the market has expanded to sell a wide variety of other delicious produce.
Growing produce is not a job, it is a passion. Our produce is picked fresh daily so the flavor is at its peak. Rogers Market is known for its early sweet corn in July and hayrack loads of squash in the fall. We are open every day of the season. We grow sweet corn, tomatoes, peppers, kohlrabi, summer squash, broccoli, cucumbers, onions, muskmelons, watermelons, pumpkins, Indian corn, popcorn, gourds and 15 different varieties of baking squash.
Danielle’s Dutch Delicacies
Dutch pastries, cookies, pies cakes and bread.
Garden Of Life
- Stacie Dudden
21409 V. Ave. Reinbeck, IA 50669
We provide a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. Savory herbs for your cooking pleasure; homemade healthier treats to enjoy; plants to enjoy inside and outside of the home; decorative gazing balls for the flower garden, pond, patio or other areas of your play yard! Refreshing rhubarb punch sold by the glass, and bottles of water. Stop by and check out what we have to offer! A little of everything!
Engelbrecht Family Winery
2866 270th st. Fredricksburg, IA 50630
We produce and sell locally grown wine.
The Artistic Farmer
- Jacqueline Faust
12509 M Avenue. Parkersburg, Iowa 50665
I offer small paintings, handcrafted jewelry, toothbrush travel cases, magnetic pen/pencil holders, trivets/coasters. All items are hand made and unique!
- Jim Fitkin
5410 Ford Rd. Cedar Falls, IA 50613
I sell a wide variety of freshly popped popcorn, bagged and ready for munching! It is available in a wide variety of flavors. You may also purchase microwaveable popcorn.
Jewels by Jenny
- Jenny Forry
Handmade jewelry and crafts.
- Craig and Darlene Groothuis
1010 305th st. Nashua, Iowa 50658
Our Farm is located between Plainfield and Nashua Iowa. Craig and Darlene Groothuis own and operate their farm along with the help of their Daughter and Son. We provide free range eggs, chicken, lamb, and turkeys. Our Daughter, Moriah is the baker and craft person. She bakes and sells apple pie, scones, kolaches and freshly ground whole wheat bread. She also makes beautiful Origami jewelry. Our son, Micaiah sold sunflowers last fall and is always trying to come up with something to raise to be apart of the market. It’s a family affair.
- Tony Hershey
Hesse Sweet Corn
- Vernon Hesse
Creative Crafts and More
- Herman and Betty Hilmer
2628 Bigwoods Rd.Cedar Falls, IA 50613
home: (319) 277-1640 cell: (319)242-2859
We sell assorted sewn items including table runners and mats, potholders, tea cozies, casserole carriers, curling iron holders, jewelry bags, CD caddies, aprons, cell phone holders, and a wide variety of other items. While the season allows, we also sell a wide variety of vegetables, including potatoes, beans, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, egg plant, cucumbers, sweet bell peppers, a variety of hot peppers, radishes, carrots, turnips, acorn squash, fruits and rhubarb.
Hoffman Produce Farms
- Denise and Greg Hoffman
1011 Martin Rd. Waterloo, IA 50701
Our farm is located on the edge of Waterloo, so your produce is traveling less than fifteen minutes to get to the Cedar Falls Farmers Market. The farm is operated by Greg, Denise and our two sons. Greg and Denise have run the farm together since 1998 and continue to enjoy expanding and experimenting with different crops each year. We grow a medley of fruits, vegetables, herbs, starter plants, and hanging baskets. If there is an item that you don’t see or would like us to grow, please ask. We are willing to try a new crop or two each season. We are dedicated to growing the best possible product for our customers and look forward to serving you every Saturday.
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- Darwin and Elaine Huls
Check out my FaceBook Page! Meowacres
Using guineas for pest control allows Meow Acres to remain a chemical free zone. We grow a large variety of fruits and vegetables. We also offer a wider variety of jellies made from our fruit. Acreage fresh eggs and a limited amount of cut flowers top off our tables.
Lost Loon Studio
- Mickey Johnson
33 Byrnes Dr. Waterloo, IA 50701
I create custom Gemstone jewelry, Art Glass jewelry and garden art.
- Lindsay and Travis Kaiser
Kaiser Farm is a no-spray, diversified operation owned and cared for by Lindsay and Travis Kaiser in Waverly, Iowa. We do not use any commercial pesticides, fungicides or herbicides. We operate a 50 member CSA and grow over 200 varieties of fruits, vegetables and fresh herbs which we sell at the Cedar Falls Farmers’ Market. We also have flowers and seedlings available seasonally. We are dedicated to changing the way we eat and experience food. We buy our seeds from like-minded, non-gmo sources and select varieties based on flavor and nutrient qualities. Our seedling growing mix comes from an eastern Iowa company and is also OMRI approved (allowed for use in certified organic production). Everything we grow is produced using biological and sustainable methods with strong backs and some elbow grease
The Pie Lady
At Laura’s Homemade Treats we provide fresh baked gourmet rolls which include half dozen flavors including raspberry, blueberry, cherry, triple berry, apple butter and cinnamon rolls. We also will have the perfect size pie for you coming in many different varieties such as cherry, apple, blueberry, pecan and strawberry rhubarb. A delightful assortment of breads such as cranberry, zucchini, apple and banana.
- Lorna Martin
15779 205th st. Wellsburg, IA 50680
I offer fresh-baked breads and soft pretzels, gourmet snacks, granola bars, mixes for pancakes, bread and brownies, fresh salsa and fine wood gift items.
- Linda Maughan
Silver Lake Farm and Honey
- Mary and Eddie Miskich
Local fresh produce farm and honey located in Waterloo Iowa. We specialize in
small-scale sustainable agriculture practices based on organic principles and use
of animal based fertilizers and organic pest control. Some of our products include
fresh local vegetables, honey products including beeswax, sale of honey bees and
beekeeping equipment, raspberries, free range chicken eggs and other products
depending on the season and time of the year.
Two Morrows Acres
- Jeff and Molly Morrow
Vegetables, berries, flowers and natural skin care products.
- Randall Riley and Michelle Myers
Vegetables, flowers and eggs.
- Duane and Shelly Roth
816 Sycamore St. Janesville, Ia 50647
We sell a variety of homemade Jellies, produce items: Potatoes and Tomatoes, as well as various craft items.
- Melvin and Judy Roth
1763 Marquis Rd. Cedar Falls50613
We have a wide variety of homemade jellies and jams available. Flavors including strawberry, grape, peach, apple and many more! We also sell baked goods and plants as well as seasonal vegetables.
Sash’s Garden Varieties
- Paula Sash
4003 Clearview Dr. Cedar Falls, IA 50613
I provide seasonal produce: summer squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, muskmelon, watermelon, blackberries, pears, Brussels sprouts, winter squash and small pumpkins. I also sell freshly baked goods such as muffins, breakfast rolls, fruit breads and cookies.
Busy Day Crochet
- Amy Schmitz
Please Visit my Facebook Page! Busy Day Crochet
We sell handcrafted Hats, Headbands, Pot Scrubbies, and Towel-Toppers. We also sell a variety of Beauty and Blessing Gemstone Jewelry. Stop by and check us out!
- Andrea Smith and Kayla
We make hand-crafted jewelry, tie blankets, dog toys/accessories, children’s clothing, stuffed animals, miscellaneous fabric items, food toys, and baked goods.
Since 1999, Sorrell Pottery has been providing high quality, high-fired stoneware pottery. Our pottery is functional and meant to be used and enjoyed in your everyday lives. Our motto is “hand made products improve the quality of life.” We hope to see you at the Farmers Market this year.
- Bruce Stiles
Bowls of Love
- Abigail Stolz
- Mark and Deb Thome
2141 3rd St. Gilbertville, IA 50634
We hand create custom rocks with your favorite team names. Also, hand crafted wooden wine racks as well as painted pavers/wooden blocks with sports team logos, animals, phrases, holiday themed and various images. Also hand knitted scarves as well as wooden flower posts.
Timeless Prairie Orchard
Apples and apple cider.
- Jed Vander Zanden
2215 College St. Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613
Our booth provides a delicious array of Coffees.
Timber Ridge Bison
- Tammy and James Wedeking
1350 250th st. Waverly, IA 50677
We sell bison patties, ground bison, bison arm roast, bison round roast, and a variety of bison steaks including: fillet steaks, ribeye steaks, New York strip steaks, and sirloin steaks.
The Water’s Edge
- Kim Wilcox
714 Main St. Cedar Falls, IA 50613
I sell a variety of cut flowers, flower arrangements, bouquets, annual baskets, planters, perennials, Heuchera, wreaths, jewelry and gourds. I also sell 500 varieties of Hostas. Seasonal hand-crafted items such as Fall, Halloween and Christmas wreathes and arrangements are available as well. Please click on the links below for a complete listing and price sheet of my items for sale! Hosta list: Kims Hosta List (4)
- Shauna Zeck
1405 Robin Rd. Waterloo, IA 50701
BeadSpirit Designs is a blend of traditional & contemporary Native American beadwork & jewelry using gemstones, pearls & natural materials. Traditional techniques include peyote stitch (used on ceremonial items), edge beadwork (used on the tops of cedar & tobacco bags), and return stitch. I started out 18 years ago beading moccasins, medicine bags & my own Northern style regalia for pow-wows. Over the years it has evolved into a contemporary line of jewelry, but still holds onto traditional techniques. Sort of bridging the past with the present.
When I’m not selling at art shows & gatherings, I will be set up at market. The community support has been incredibly loyal over the past 10 years!
Pilamaya (thank you – Sioux)