1. Potosi Farmer’s Market – Kick off your day at the Washington County Farmer’s Market- headquarters for the Home Grown Farm Tour where tour information, self-guided maps and brochures will be available 8 am – 2 pm. The market provides the area with locally grown fresh fruits, vegetables, plants, jams, jellies, breads and other goods throughout the summer. Stroll through the market and talk to the farmers who grow your food! Market Schedule - Saturdays from 8 am to sellout (Noonish), mid-June thru October. Behind the County Courthouse at 102 N. Missouri Street, Potosi. Click here for more info.
2. The Country Corner Antiques & Florist – Step back in time when you visit. Country Corner features handpicked antiques, modern and unique gifts, jewelry, accessories, home décor, candles, children’s novelties and much more. Sample our smooth and creamy freshly made fudge or pick up a snack and cold beverage. We have homegrown mums in the outdoor garden. Check out other plants, birdhouses and garden decorations. Lots of room to park to meet up with friends and find special sales at our shop. Stop by and visit. 10052 W. State Hwy. 8, Potosi
3. Edg-Clif Farms & Vineyard – A third generation farm, repurposed as a vineyard and winery. Enjoy the vintage buildings and beautiful organic vegetable and flower gardens! Taste award-winning wines from our chambourcin grapes. New this year is Edg-Clif Brewing Company, offering hand crafted beers. Snacks and restrooms available. Edg-Clif will be open from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday and tours will be held at 11:30, 1:30 & 4:00. Live music provided by The Idea Men from 2-5pm. Regular hours are 2-7pm Friday, 11am-5pm Saturday, Sunday & holiday Mondays. 10035 Edg-Clif Drive, Potosi - www.edg-clif.com
4. Sacred Fire Farms – Nestled in the foothills of the Ozarks,this historical century farm has two natural springs and serves as an interactive education station for sustainable living, contemporary & traditional herbalism and the arts. It is the home of owners Michael and Nancy Herold. Nancy is the fifth generation to reside on this property originally purchased by her Cherokee great-great grandmother & is a holistic wellness coach. Michael does custom woodworking & design. Black walnuts, jellies, jams, crafts, seasonal vegetables & herbs will be available for sale. 12804 State Hwy W., Bourbon, MO 65441 (573) 732-5053. Take Highway 185 northwest towards Sullivan for approximately 16 miles, turn left onto Highway N for approximately 6.5 miles, turn left onto Highway W for approximately 2.8 miles, driveway for the farm will be on your right. www.sacredfirefarms.net
5. Brazil Creek Boer Goats Farm – A diverse family farm with dairy and meat goats, dairy cows, chickens and guinea hens. Learn about 'muck bucket' and 'hay bale' gardening, while Gerald prepares his fall crops for planting. Don't miss Tanya's fresh jams and jellies and other farm products for sale. 10585 Paul Rd., Bourbon, MO 65441
6. Farmhouse 1807 – Named for the 207-year old farmhouse still standing proudly on the original farmland. See sheep and alpacas grazing in the field. Browse the General Store filled with antiques, wood items & architectural birdhouses. Meet Rick, the craft-style artist in residence and member of The American Craftsman’s Guild who has been featured in Country Living Magazine. Stroll around the property, shop the store or just sit and enjoy the scenery. Take home fresh baked goods and veggies while they last! Open Saturday 10 am to 4 pm. 20637 S. Route 21, Caledonia. 573-315-0257
7. Food Train Farmer’s Market & Store – Located in the old city hall building in the Caledonia city park. In our store we offer a broad selection of fresh fruits and vegetables, some organic. Some of the produce is locally grown and sold in our store under consignment. We also offer a selection of value-added products from local producers. Items include: pork products from The Nutty Pig Farm, Saco Valley Farm free-range chicken and duck eggs, bedding plants from Spring Moon Farm, jams and jellies from Granny Anne. There will also be a variety of outdoor vendors in the pavilion with a broad selection of food and crafts. Open Fridays 11 am – 5 pm and Saturdays 9 am – 3 pm.
130 Webster Road, Caledonia. www.The-Food-Train.org
8. Caledonia Vineyard – Visit one of the newest Farms in the area created by a hardworking family. Visit their new vineyard, along with the orchard and blackberry fields. Pick your own table grapes, blackberries and cider apples. They will have loads of great products for you to try. Stop here for hayrides, see what they are growing, and of course for fun! 10028 Hull Rd, Caledonia, MO 573-631-4862 or 573-210-3720