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Slow Down at Intuition Ale

Karma Acres Farm
shows off at The Slow Down

Karma Acres Farm participated in weeklong event celebrating local restaurants, farmers and artisans that take pride in sourcing their produce and ingredients locally.

Intuition Ale Works hosted this very fun and trendy event.  The theme for the week was “Eat Where You Plant Your Feet.”

Slow Down was a food fair of sorts, with locally-crafted brews and delicious appetizers featuring fresh, local ingredients from some of Northeast Florida’s finest small family farms prepared by some of the top chefs in our area.

Karma Acres showed off their new honey of the month: Tulip Poplar/Blackberry.  It is a bold-flavored North Florida honey.  We also found a new application for our mint infused honey.  It is extremely yummy on watermelon slices.

Participating restaurants, farms and artisans include: 29 South Restaurant; Bistro Aix; Black Hog Farm; Black Sheep Restaurant; Bold Bean Coffee Roasters; Eat Your Yard Jax; Grassroots Natural Market; Heritage Hen Farm; Intuition Ale Works; Karma Acres Farm; KYV Farm; Marker 32; Minorcan Datil Pepper Products; The Patio at Pastiche; Restaurant Orsay; The Spice & Tea Exchange; Sweet Grass Dairy; Taverna; Trad’s of Jacksonville Garden Center; The Veggie Bin.

Earlier in the week, Intuition hosted and/or sponsored other events.

Farm-to-Restaurant Symposium at Intuition Ale WorksA networking event for folks in the farm and food industry who are interested in learning about how to develop farm/ restaurant partnership programs.

The Veggie Bin Community Social Supper  – A chance for local food enthusiasts to get together, build community, meet new friends and trade great local food ideas. The Veggie Bin provided one local produce bin per table and Intuition Ale Works provided beer for each guest.

Inaugural Wednesday Food market at Riverside Market Antiques & Interiors



King Street Farmers Market Opens

Find Karma Acres Honey at the new King Street Market!

The word is spreading quickly about Karma Acres Honey.  We were invited to be part of the inaugural opening at the King Street Farmers Market.  This market is open on Wednesdays from 11am – 2 pm and is located at 1021 King Street in the Riverside area, between Post and Park Streets -next to Riverside Market Antiques & Interiors.

The market features fresh produce, baked goods, honey, herbs, teas, artisan foods, organic goods and much more.  Lunch is provided by Corner Taco and sponsored by the good folks at Intuition Ale Works.

For the first market, it was busy.  We met some great people (and sold some honey).  If you are in the area come visit us at the market along with some other great vendors like Teagan Farms,  Alex’s Russian Bakery, The Veggie Bin who will be representing several produce farmers, Green Lotus Organics and Teas from Lotus BudTea Co, and the Corner Taco.

Teagan Farms brings fresh produce to the King Street Market

The Veggie Bin brings the Farmer’s Market to your door!

Veronica from Florida Crest Farm brings fresh herbs for you to pick! — at the King Street Farmers Market

Fresh – the name says it all!
at the King Street Farmers Market.

Karma Acres Farm on the Slow Food First Coast’s Tour de Farm

Karma Acres Farm partnered with Conners A-Maize-ing Acres Farm and Sweet Grass Dairy, a 140 –acre family owned and operated farm in southern Georgia, during the Slow Food First Coast’s “Tour de Farm”.

The Tour de Farm was for anyone who wanted to learn about local food production – where the food comes from, and the people who produce it. Families, individuals, groups of friends, cyclists, all were welcome!   Over 12,000 visited over 20 First Coast farms,  attended educational farm workshops, met great chefs, tasted produce right from the field, took walking tours of the farms, and lots more.

Conners A-Maize-ing Acres in Western Nassau county is a 5th & 6th generation working family farm where farm animals are raised as naturally as possible and are treated with love and kindness. The farm is home to over 100 farm animals including cows, calves, goats, ducks, chickens, chicks, rabbits, pigs, our donkey named Jack, peacocks and pea hens. They grow crops in the ground and hydroponically.



We’ll BEE there!

This Saturday, March 17th, from 9 AM until 1 PM, Karma Acres Farm will be at the Callahan Farmer’s Market for the reopening of the Market!  We have great fresh Orange Blossom, Sweet Gallberry, and Wildflower honey available.  Hope to see you there!

First Day at Callahan’s Farmers Market

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