FARM, FORK & FIDDLE

A shop and restaurant for the community, by the community

391 Third Street - Gainesville, Missouri
Hours: Monday - Friday 10 AM - 7 PM
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    Patty McFadden and Dennise Lawson work to get a table in shape for use at Farm, Fork & Fiddle.
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    Phil Schrippe works on the electrical systems in the old house during a work day at Farm, Fork & Fiddle.
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    Amelia LaMair, front, Dennise Lawson and Eric Tumminia work on pulling hundreds of tacks out of the hallway walls.
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    Miriam Schrippe works to clean the walls before painting at Farm, Fork & Fiddle.
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    Don Bowen, Dennis Lawson and Dennise Lawson work to build and paint a railing for the front stairs at Farm, Fork & Fiddle.
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    Edible Landscaping
    We planted basil, pineapple sage and oregano outside of the Ozark County Times office as an edible landscaping project. The herbs were available for the public to cut and enjoy.
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    Spinning Wool
    Member Desiree Fleck spins wool in preparation for making items for her small business Rising Roots Collective.
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    Farmers Market
    The Ozark County Homegrown Food Project developed a Saturday farmers market in Gainesville during the summer of 2014.
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    Growing green stuff
    Member Susan Shipley poses for a quick shot in her garden in Dora.
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    Work day at senior center garden
    We organized a work day to prepare a raised bed garden at the Ozark County Senior Center in order for planting in the upcoming year.
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    Mixed Carton
    Jessi Dreckman of Hens and Honey packages up a beautiful mix of colors from her backyard hens. Fresh eggs will be available at Farm, Fork & Fiddle.
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    Kids workshops
    During the Ozark County Home Made and Home Grown festival in May 2015, we organized nine kids workshops including one on bees. Here, Jessi Dreckman, shows a frame from her hive.
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    Cherries
    Farm, Fork & Fiddle mini-member Paul Goodwin shared this photo of him after a long day of picking cherries at his home in Gainesville.
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    Work Day
    We organized a work day to prepare a raised bed garden at the Ozark County Senior Center in order for planting in the upcoming year.
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    Homegrown goodness
    Member Carole Long whipped up this salad made almost entirely from homegrown veggies and items from her garden! This is the type of food you can expect at Farm, Fork & Fiddle.
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    Tomato explosion
    Member Carole Long grew this bounty of homegrown tomatoes. Yum!
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    Homegrown goodness
    Fresh dug potatoes from member Carole Long. Nothin better!
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    Mini-member Paul Goodwin works with Susan Smidt to prepare garden beds at the Gainesville post office for a strawberry planting.
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    Edible Landscaping
    We love to work with the kiddos. Mini-members Paul Goodwin and Ethan Prock work on an edible landscaping project which offers fresh herbs to the public.
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    Several members and volunteers work to prepare garden beds at the Gainesville post office for a strawberry planting.
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    Garden goodness
    This photo was sent to us by member Carole Long of one of her many gardens. Produce will be sold in the Farm, Fork & Fiddle store.
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    Weavings by Jan Windrider
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For the community, by the community

Helping the community help itself. We're all in this together.

Farm, Fork & Fiddle is a shop, restaurant and community gathering space for the community, by the community. We're here for the long haul to make local, wholesome food more accessible, to foster community and support the local economy of the greater Ozarks County area through the sale and trade of local products and services, and to promote local skills, knowledge and culture.