• Fresh Fork Market is a Farm Buying Club, and we work with more than 100 local farmers in Northeastern Ohio. Check out our Farms and Supplier's Page to learn more about our growers
  • Cold temperatures and snow don't slow down these hardy greens: our Winter Farm Share subscribers will be enjoying beautiful greens like carrots, parsley, chard, mustard greens, brussels sprouts and more all season long.
  • Over the course of the year, our subscribers get to try many varieties of beautiful heirloom dried beans, including Black, Navy, Pinto and Mixed.
  • Winter Registration is now open! Sign up now to get your local foods all winter long!
  • Just what is the Fresh Fork Market Farm Buying Club and how does it work? Click this picture to find the answers to all your questions!
  • 1Our Program
    Fresh Fork Market is a local foods subscription service of local produce, pasture raised meats and artisan cheeses.
  • 2Our Products
    Fresh Fork Market sources products from about 100 local farmers and artisan producers.  Currently, all except one producer is within 75
  • 3Sign Up/Sign In
    Registration is now open for 2014-2015 Winter Farm Share!

2014-2015 Winter Farm Share Registration Now Open!

Thanks for another fantastic Summer season! Our Winter Farm Share has already begun, but we still have some spots left. Check out our Winter Information Page to sign up. Also, don’t forget to check out our Thanksgiving Packages, and order soon.


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Our Team

  • 1Trevor Clatterbuck
    In the summer of 2008, Trevor Clatterbuck embarked on an adventure of unimaginable twists and turns.  To the rest of us, this adventure is known as entrepreneurship.  Trevor,
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  • 2Parker Bosley
    Parker Bosley was the founder and co-owner of Parker’s New American Bistro in Cleveland before retiring at the end of 2006.  He worked as a chef and local
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  • 3Michael Bartos
    In 2011, I joined Fresh Fork Market as a customer.  This was my first introduction to the local food movement.  Being a subscriber, I began trying new foods
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  • 4Lyn Trier
    Lyn is an avid locavore and uses as many fresh and local ingredients as possible in her cooking.  She started with community supported agriculture programs in 2009 and
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  • 5Lauren Franko
    I have lived in Cleveland my entire life but it wasn’t until I studied at Baldwin Wallace University that I was first introduced to environmental sustainability.   I
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  • 6Kevin Gass
    I worked for Fresh Fork Market in 2009, part time.  I tried working another full time job, but the pull of local foods and working with farmers was
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