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Floodwood River Farm

HIBBING FARMERS MARKET

Floodwood River Farm is located halfway between Hibbing and Floodwood off of Hwy 73. It is owned by Robert & Jill Hietala. We grow a variety of garden vegetables, berries, annual & perennial flowers. We have some apples and other tree fruit. In addition, we process maple syrup and many varieties of pickles and jam. Jill also knits mittens and kitchen "scrubbies". We sell at the Hibbing Farmers Market on Saturdays and some Tuesdays. Vanessa and/or Kris Hietala will be attending most Tuesdays during 2021.

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Opening Day
June 15, 2021
Closing Day
October 30, 2021
Hours of operation
Saturday
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Tuesday
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Producer Information
Robert & Jill Hietala
218-969-0234
Address
12812 Carlson Road, Hibbing, MN 55746
Directions
Payment Information
Credit cards accepted
Cash accepted
Check accepted
SNAP/EBT accepted
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Producer Products

Seedlings started in our greenhouse. Includes many varieties of tomatoes, peppers, herbs and flowers. Ready for you to plant in your garden ...
Red rhubarb! Makes pretty breads and treats. We got starts from our neighbor Esther maybe 35 years ago and the plants have been moved severa...

Asparagus spears processed with our dill pickle recipe. Loved by many.

We use flat Italian-type beans in our dilly beans jars. Made just like dill pickles but use beans instead of cucumbers. Taste great and crun...
Our salsa is fun to make. We use almost all fresh from the garden ingredients. Mild to hot batches and they are labeled as such. We suppleme...
We don't grow a lot of herbs, but do grow dill, cilantro, sweet basil, oregano, mint, sage, lemon balm & rosemary. A young head of dill is s...
Kitchen scrubbies made with polyester yarn. Good for dishes and won't gouge fine items like steel wool would. Also good in the shower for ex...
Jam is made from mostly our own homegrown ingredients. Many combinations besides what is pictured. Most of our jams are cooked longer and wi...
Our mixed pickles are made with a variety of in season veggies. Depending on what is available, they may contain cucumbers, carrots, beans, ...
Winters are long with no gardens to tend. Jill knits many pairs of mittens with yarn purchased from Mistee, who makes yarn from sheep fleece...
jillhiet@msn.com
We grow our cucumbers on strong fences to keep the vegetables cleaner and a bit easier to pick. We have small pickling cucumbers and larger ...
We mostly grow small round radishes called Sparkler or Redhead. They resemble a fishing bobber. A little zippy but not terribly hot. A prett...
Garlic scapes are cut off the garlic plant to avoid having the plant produce flowers, instead putting energy into forming nice cloves underg...
Flowers make bad days better and better days great! Most of our flowers are sold in mixed bouquets of whatever is ready on harvest day. Vari...

Limited amount of strawberries. Grown without chemicals and weeded and harvested by hand. Delicious fresh and used in recipes.

Eggplant is just pretty! It is used in many recipes and also as a pasta substitute.

Shredded cabbage and salt. Fermented and sealed. Great in many recipes.