Farmers Market Vendors

Meet the Farmers' Market Vendors

FARMERS (Farm families that have attended the market since 1980 or before)

Betty Hawey
Offering fresh cut flowers, fruits and vegetables. Started in 1973 to assist with children's college expenses, Betty is still growing French beans, Kentucky wonder beans, fig and muscadines today.
Betty Hawey

Carpenter Produce
Homegrown, in season, watermelons, cantaloupes, tomatoes, okra, peas, squash, potatoes, greens, strawberries, black berries, broccoli, cabbage and sweet potatoes. Family owned and operated for over 40 years.
Abraham Carpenter Jr.

G & L Produce
Started in business in 1974 with their father, 5 out of 9 daughters are still faithfully farming and are known as the "sisters" in the Market. They grow an assortment of Fruits and Vegetables that include everything from peas, squash, okra, tomatoes to blue berries, melons, and peaches.
Highway 254 Military Rd
501-550-4361 or 501-982-3370

Jane and Elaine Plants and Produce
This family of 13 showcases Arkansas Fruits and Vegetables, including: blueberries, blackberries and strawberries, fresh cut flowers and a variety of garden plants and flowers, peas, beans and okra, and many additional varieties of fruits and vegetables. Jane and Elaine have been featured on P. Allen Smith's television segment. The family followed in their father's footsteps, which began farming in the 1950's. They have participated in the market since its inception in 1974.
Elaine Scudder
501-765-3202 or 501-982-2941

K. Hall and Sons Produce
David Hall

The Farm Connection
Quality, price and appearance set Farm Connection apart. Home grown produce provided when in season from a family that has been in the produce business for a lifetime.
Bill McNeel
501-821-3358 or 501-350-8191

Additional Farmers

AJ Vang

Becky's Spot
Fresh Arkansas Peaches, berries, corn and peas.
Rebecca Williams

Hill Green House & Nursery
Variety of Plants, Trees, Shrubs, Annuals, Perennials, and Herbs.

Kevin Lee

Kwanisai Family Farm
Kwanisai Inzwanai

Lee Lor
Produce including beans, peas, onions, cilantro, greens, cucumbers and more, home grown and fresh out of the garden.
Lee Lor

Lee Nujpxeeg (Tommy)

Lee Wang Chue

M&C Farm
Vinnie Vang

Mike's Produce
Offers a great display of produce harvested by the owner using techniques and background from the "old farm way" learned from his grandparents.
Mike Whitney

Ryan's Produce
Specializes in fresh produce and features purple potatoes and Israeli melons when in season. Relocated to Little Rock from Louisiana in 1990.
Ryan Barkoull

Sue's Garden
Sells 10 Varieties of tomatoes, including 5 heirloom varieties along with many other veggies. 100% grown in Arkansas and some of the area's finest restaurants shop at Sue's Garden and buy her Heirloom tomatoes. Other produce include: okra, yellow squash, zucchini, peaches strawberries, eggplant, figs, onions, cauliflower, cabbage, radishes, carrots, peppers, blackberries muscadines and watermelons. Items are 90% self grown and 100% grown in Arkansas.
Tom Gillihan or

Vang's Family Farm
15th year at the Farmers' Market. Specializes in Asian vegetables that are popular in Asia, Southeast Asia, India and Middle Eastern Cuisines. Produce includes: seasonal vegetables: spring greens, summer squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, fall gourds and sweet potatoes. All produce is locally grown and only sells the best quality products to their patrons. Has been frequented by local restaurant owners for the freshest produce. John and Sua Vang migrated from Laos and began growing vegetables that you couldn't find in Little Rock. As the Asian population grew so did the demand for Vang's produce, all of Vang's 5 children can be found helping their parents during the summer at the Market.
Ong Vang

Wye Mountain Flowers and Berries LLC
We offer over 40 varieties of flowers, Blackberries, Raspberries and Fresh Veggies. We use limited Chemicals, are always looking for and trying natural approaches, use drip irrigation to converse water and ground cover to control erosion.
20309 HWY 113
Bigelow, AR 72016
Beth Eggers
501-330-1906 or 501-454-8114

Yang's Fresh Produce
Fresh and exotic produce, herbs and plants. Quality and 100% Arkansas grown. The Yang's grow all of the produce themselves, as well as eat a lot of the produce in order to provide customers advice on preparation of new dishes.
Blia Yang


Ferneau Seasoning
Donald Ferneau

JC Kettle Corn
Brought their love of kettle corn from Colorado to Little Rock and their best marketing and advertising tool is the yummy smell of their kettle corn cooking on site. Kettle Corn fresh hand popped, made fresh on site. Kettle corn is a delicious yet very healthy snack. Made with soy oil, unsaturated fat rich in omega 3, 6, and 9, low in sodium and sugar. JC's Kettle corn in high in fiber and great for heart health.
Johnny P Carabajal

Old Mill Bread
Makes all their bread by hand, buy grain from local farmers and mill it onsite at their Little Rock Restaurant. Offer fresh Baked Breads, Cinnamon Rolls, Scones, cookies and muffins baked from scratch. Use all natural ingredients and is a whole grain specialist. Arkansas owned and operated.
12111 W Markham
Little Rock, AR 72211
Jim Berna

Stutzman's Pantry
Homemade Jams, Jellies and baked goods straight from their own family farm.
Melvin Stutzman


A Wright Creation
Hand Crafted pens made of wood, corn cobs, deer antlers and more. Makes bottle stoppers, money clips and uses Arkansas wood and coins to promote the state. Additional items include: desktop accessories and kaleidoscopes. This life-time hobby turned business about 13 years ago and offers a "lifetime warranty" that is three fold: repair, replace and refund.
John Wright or Jean Wright

Arkansas Bamboo Connection
Products made of Bamboo: flower pots, utensils, fountains, and walking sticks. Also able to teach about the upside of bamboo and how it is the most renewable resource on earth.
Dale Almond

Awareness Products
Huge collection of unique designs, custom built on-the-spot toe rings, other products include: ear cuffs and ear pins. Custom Toe rings and anklets are warranted never to break.
Lynn Holoch
P.O. Box 204
Pearcy, AR 71964
501-767-5766 or 501-627-5071

Beads By Becky
Handmade Jewelry including necklaces, bracelets and earrings. With what started as a simple necklace she made for her son, Becky turned her hobby and passion into a thriving business and began attending the Farmers' Market in 1997.
Becky Berger Haner
P.O. Box 94406
North Little Rock, AR 72190

Brenda Morton
Handmade jewelry, drawings and paintings.

Clary Woodworking & Antiques
100% handmade Birdhouses from exotic hardwoods, a lot of time goes into each birdhouse, no two are alike. Products are weather resistant.
Mary Clary

Cole Enterprise
Kelly Cole

Frontier Leather & Jewelry Crafts
Hand crafted silver rings, bracelets, pendants and earrings using all natural stones designed in a contemporary Navajo style, specializing in turquoise, precious and semi-precious stones. Leather goods include: backpacks, purses and ouches.
Ken Myers

Garage Sale Queen
Utilizes found objects such as old dishes, jewelry, clay tiles, marbles, wood and old ceramics to create unique art. Loves doing "how to" demos and showcasing the "Art of Recycling". Inspired by what others discard each piece really is one of a kind and totally handmade.
Kandy Jones
410 10th Street North Little Rock, AR 72114

Gleaner Designs
Lindsey Scherloum

Jeweleryfied Beads
Handmade Jewelry including bracelets, earrings, necklaces, freshwater pearls, crystals and glass. Personal one-of-a-kind designs.
Susan Barrett

Joe's Woodworking Shop
This 81 year young man creates beautiful furniture and wooden baskets using unfinished Cyprus and Cedar lumber.
Joe Kelley

Judd Mann
Art Glass, Stained Glass, Jewelry and Pottery. Original designs and use of antique glass, offering some designs using recycling art.
Judd Mann

Kerri Lynn Jewelry
Handcrafted Jewelry made with semi precious stones crystals and quality metals. Draws a lot of inspiration from the natural and earthy beauty of the Alaska area, where Kerri spent her childhood. Earrings, rings, watches, crocheted prayer shawls, dolls and purses.
Kerri Lynn
870-258-3921 or
Original paintings include oil, acrylics, water color on canvas and some wood paintings. Janet has spent over 55 years as an artist and demos her work on-site at the market.
Janet K Copeland

LockStars Soy Candles
Ron Locke

LTN Woodworks
Lewis Neidhardt

Moore and Moore Design
Handmade items including Bible Covers, bags, belts and quilts.
Robbie Moore
Roland, AR

Otis Euneda

Qun Liu Studio
Handmade arts and crafts, owner is from a small town in China and studied art in Paris.
Yao Liu

Ruel Murie
Wood carving

Spirit Songs Flutes
Fell in love with wooden flutes while in an Oklahoma Truck stop, then started creating flutes and using them in schools all over Arkansas. Offers Wood and PVC Flutes. The Arkansas Arts Council called Spirit Song Flutes, an "Artist in Education," having taught over 400 students in schools all over Arkansas.
554 Little Fox Rd
Shirley, AR 72153
William Worden

Straw Connection
After relocating to Little Rock from New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, Straw Connection brings a sense of Louisiana to Arkansas. Offering straw hats, voo-doo dolls and other crafts.
Antoinette Tersegno

Style by Shanna
Crocheted accessories and hand crafted jewelry in a variety of colors and styles, including hand crocheted hats, hair accessories and other items for summer and winter wear, and hand crafted chain maille jewelry.
Shanna Francis

Tigre Mountain Soap Company
Handmade cold process soaps using vegetable and plant based ingredients, botanicals, pure essential oils. No synthetic, fillers or preservatives used.
Shelley Elton

Wye Mountain Candles
Hand Poured Candles that are long lasting and give off maximum scent. Some are in unique containers, scented oils and accessories also available.
Cheryl Roark
501-516-0403 or


Amazing Expandable Shirts
Popcorn expandable shirts, tank tops, spaghetti straps and cardigans. Large selection of colors and styles.
Sharon Pearcy

C & S Marketing
Accessories, Mahogany Models, CDs, Cell phone accessories featuring i-phone and blackberry.
Carlo Simeoli

Elizabeth Little

J. Mitchell's Boutique
Brenda Mitchell

JAH Blessed Accessories
Inspired after a visit to Africa, this business venture wanted to make unique gift items available for people in Little Rock. Merchandise includes: handmade jewelry, perfume, oil, body scents, clothes, artwork, incense, hats and children's crafts. Products made of natural fabrics – linen, cotton, silk, flax, etc.
Cynthia Eyiuche

Paula Birdsong

Shade Tree
Specializes in sunglasses and hematite jewelry.
Linda Morrison

Sharon Pearcy
Covers 9 states and is the south's fastest growing classified website.
Mike Beckwith


Adam Simon

Jawbone & Jolene

2013 Farmers' Market Vendor Map