Emory Farmers Market Tour

Have you been curious about what the Emory Farmers Market has to offer and how you can shop there to eat more nutritious and delicious foods? Join Taylor Spicer, the Co-Manager of the Farmers Market and Programs Coordinator for the … Continue Reading →

Emory Farmers Market Tour

Have you been curious about what the Emory Farmers Market has to offer and how you can shop there to eat more nutritious and delicious foods? Join Taylor Spicer, the Co-Manager of the Farmers Market and Programs Coordinator for the … Continue Reading →

EUHM’s Rooftop Garden

By Claire Dakhlia | June 29, 2018 The importance of agriculture is emphasized all over Emory, whether in the Educational Gardens on the Druid Hills campus or at the Oxford Organic Farm on Emory’s Oxford campus. Students, faculty and staff … Continue Reading →

Sisterhood of the Traveling Dining Hall

Todd Doyle | July 18, 2018 Author’s note: This is a follow up to http://news.emory.edu/stories/2016/09/er_duc_interim_dining_facility/campus.html. Opening in summer of 2017, the DUC-ling staff has served a year’s worth of meals to members of the Emory community. The interim dining hall … Continue Reading →

Summer Farmers Market

The Emory Farmers Market features fresh, seasonal local produce; artisanal bread; honey; other artisan products and baked goods; fair trade and organic coffee options; and diverse lunch options. In addition to providing delicious and convenient food choices to the Emory community, the market encourages us all to interact with Georgia farmers and small business owners, to expand our knowledge about healthy eating and sustainable production and to establish a relationship with the people who grow our food—an essential component of a healthy, local food system.

Summer Farmers Market

The Emory Farmers Market features fresh, seasonal local produce; artisanal bread; honey; other artisan products and baked goods; fair trade and organic coffee options; and diverse lunch options. In addition to providing delicious and convenient food choices to the Emory community, the market encourages us all to interact with Georgia farmers and small business owners, to expand our knowledge about healthy eating and sustainable production and to establish a relationship with the people who grow our food—an essential component of a healthy, local food system. The Market is co-managed by the Office of Sustainable Initiatives and Emory Dining with support of a sub-committee composed of students, faculty and staff.

Summer Farmers Market

The Emory Farmers Market features fresh, seasonal local produce; artisanal bread; honey; other artisan products and baked goods; fair trade and organic coffee options; and diverse lunch options. In addition to providing delicious and convenient food choices to the Emory community, the market encourages us all to interact with Georgia farmers and small business owners, to expand our knowledge about healthy eating and sustainable production and to establish a relationship with the people who grow our food—an essential component of a healthy, local food system. The Market is co-managed by the Office of Sustainable Initiatives and Emory Dining with support of a sub-committee composed of students, faculty and staff.

Summer Farmers Market

The Emory Farmers Market features fresh, seasonal local produce; artisanal bread; honey; other artisan products and baked goods; fair trade and organic coffee options; and diverse lunch options. In addition to providing delicious and convenient food choices to the Emory community, the market encourages us all to interact with Georgia farmers and small business owners, to expand our knowledge about healthy eating and sustainable production and to establish a relationship with the people who grow our food—an essential component of a healthy, local food system. The Market is co-managed by the Office of Sustainable Initiatives and Emory Dining with support of a sub-committee composed of students, faculty and staff.

Summer Farmers Market

The Emory Farmers Market features fresh, seasonal local produce; artisanal bread; honey; other artisan products and baked goods; fair trade and organic coffee options; and diverse lunch options. In addition to providing delicious and convenient food choices to the Emory community, the market encourages us all to interact with Georgia farmers and small business owners, to expand our knowledge about healthy eating and sustainable production and to establish a relationship with the people who grow our food—an essential component of a healthy, local food system. The Market is co-managed by the Office of Sustainable Initiatives and Emory Dining with support of a sub-committee composed of students, faculty and staff.

Summer Farmers Market – Ice Cream Festival

The Ice Cream Festival will take place at the last Summer Farmers Market on August 28th. Get sweet treats from all your favorite vendors, like King of Pops, Revolution Gelato, Butter & Cream, and more! You can also enjoy a live folk music performance as you shop for ice cream.

The Emory Farmers Market features fresh, seasonal local produce; artisanal bread; honey; other artisan products and baked goods; fair trade and organic coffee options; and diverse lunch options. In addition to providing delicious and convenient food choices to the Emory community, the market encourages us all to interact with Georgia farmers and small business owners, to expand our knowledge about healthy eating and sustainable production and to establish a relationship with the people who grow our food—an essential component of a healthy, local food system. The Market is co-managed by the Office of Sustainable Initiatives and Emory Dining with support of a sub-committee composed of students, faculty and staff.

Summer Farmers Market – Peach Festival

This week is the Peach Festival! This special Farmers Market will feature a range of peach-themed activities, and from 12:30 to 1:30pm, members of the International Euphonium Tuba Festival and Tuba Camp will perform at the Festival.

The Emory Farmers Market features fresh, seasonal local produce; artisanal bread; honey; other artisan products and baked goods; fair trade and organic coffee options; and diverse lunch options. In addition to providing delicious and convenient food choices to the Emory community, the market encourages us all to interact with Georgia farmers and small business owners, to expand our knowledge about healthy eating and sustainable production and to establish a relationship with the people who grow our food—an essential component of a healthy, local food system. The Market is co-managed by the Office of Sustainable Initiatives and Emory Dining with support of a sub-committee composed of students, faculty and staff.

Summer Farmers Market – Tomato Festival

The Emory Farmers Market features fresh, seasonal local produce; artisanal bread; honey; other artisan products and baked goods; fair trade and organic coffee options; and diverse lunch options. In addition to providing delicious and convenient food choices to the Emory community, the market encourages us all to interact with Georgia farmers and small business owners, to expand our knowledge about healthy eating and sustainable production and to establish a relationship with the people who grow our food—an essential component of a healthy, local food system. The Market is co-managed by the Office of Sustainable Initiatives and Emory Dining with support of a sub-committee composed of students, faculty and staff.