Historic Lewes Farmers Market
Wednesday, July 1, 2020, 8 am – 11 am
Crooked Hammock Market
(36707 Crooked Hammock Way, Lewes, DE)
Hello, friends!
What’s Fresh on JULY 1, 2020
The Wednesday market is located in front of Crooked Hammock Brewery. There is parking right next to it, making for easy access. We thank the Crooked Hammock Brewery for giving us the space to use for this Market and ask that you support them. If you have any questions, please contact us: info@historiclewesfarmersmarket.org.
Please see the bottom of this letter for information using SNAP at the market and Covid-19 rules. We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday.
Bennett Orchards
Frankford, DE
Carrie, Jim, Hail and Henry Bennett
No pre-orders.

They are bringing “BlueCrop” heirloom Bennett Blueberries. This classic variety has an overwhelmingly sweet berry flavor and large size. Sixth-generation family farm offering tree-ripened peaches, nectarines, and farm-direct blueberries. They hand-select daily the largest fruit, at the peak of ripeness, to bring directly to market, offering customers Delmarva’s most flavorful fruit.

Dittmar Family Farms
Felton, DE
Zach and Jenny Dittmar
This week they have whole chickens (frozen/vacuum sealed) and summer veggies.
In order to sign up for a CSA share, customers should visit  www.dittmarfamilyfarms.simplesite.com and click to join at the top of the page. Questions can be emailed to dittmarfarms@gmail.com or phone (302) 632-5875.
They are a 1st generation family owned and operated farm specializing in community supported agriculture (CSA) shares and pasture raised chicken. They grow over 70 varieties of unique vegetables, herbs and cut flowers without pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. Their focus is on regenerative farming practices that work with nature and restore life and nutrition to the soil.
Evans Farms Produce
Bridgeville, DE
Kevin and Katey Evans
No pre-orders.
This third-generation family farm will have corn, cucumbers, squash, and zucchini.
Fresh Harvest Hydroponics
Millsboro, DE
Bill Jordan
No pre-orders.
Fresh Harvest Hydroponics is a family owned and operated business that specializes in pesticide and herbicide free produce. Hydroponic lettuce is available all year! Varieties include: spinach, mixed greens, butter lettuce, arugula, and romaine.
Jackie Blues

Greenbackville, VA

Cory, Jackie, Mariana, Everett, and Martin Savager
Pe-order on:  www.Jackie-blues.com
Phone: (443) 783-6363
They have some softshell crabs for pre-order only, as well as regular blue crabs which can either be pre-ordered or just purchased at the Market. Fourth & fifth generation Commercial Fishermen, offering you the freshest Blue Crabs on the Eastern Shore, from their boat to your table.
Kalmar Farm
Harrington, DE
Tommy Eliason and his sister Susan Eliason
Pre-order by phone or text: (302) 943-8707
Kale, asparagus, sugar snap peas, beets, spring onions, zucchini, and yellow squash.
Parsons Farms Produce
Dagsboro, DE
Paul and Brittany Parsons
Pre-order by calling: (302) 732-3336. Call before Friday at 5 pm to order for Saturday.
Blueberries. Growers of fine fruits and vegetables, this multi-generational farm has always been a local’s favorite in Sussex County.
Totem Farms
Milton, DE
Rob Dick, Shauna Thompson, Wayne Hawkins
Pre-order: Pre-orders will be accepted 2 days prior to market, starts Thursday at 7am and ends Friday at 9pm. Simply text your order to Rob at (302) 930-1840. Include your email address.
Heirloom tomatoes (no pre-order on these), summer squash, zucchini, boxed patty pan squash, cucumbers, fresh flowers, spring mix, mini Romaine lettuces, arugula, escarole, frisée, Easter egg radish, white onions, Walla Walla sweet onions, garlic scapes, leeks, Toscano and Curly kales, Swiss chard, and eggs.
Herbs: chives, English thyme, green basil, citrus basil, Thai basil, sage, mint, stevia, parsley, and oregano.
Micro greens: mixed, arugula, wasabi, mizuna, mustard, garnet, red Russian kale, basil, and broccoli, fennel, and microgreen salad.
The HLFM advises that due to Covid-19 the Market is very different from last year. A volunteer will be at the entrance with sanitizer spray for customer’s hands. There is only one entrance and one exit, one-way flow, and everyone in the Market must wear a mask.
The Market will continue to match SNAP up to $20 per market, per customer. The SNAP tent will be located near the entrance to the Market and a SNAP volunteer will process SNAP/EBT and give SNAP customers their Bonus Bucks to use at HLFM Markets. WIC and SFMNP coupons are also welcome at the Market.