We've been fortunate enough to receive a good amount of press in the local papers. We are so happy to spread the word about eco-friendly farming. Here's what your neighbors are saying!
Small equals more farming in South Florida
A new crop of farms are sprouting up throughout South Florida, expanding agriculture into the most unlikely of places
Marando Farms named best Farmers' Market in Broward by The New Times!
Chelsea and Fred Marando opened their place in 2009 as a hub for local, organic produce.
Chelsea Marando at Saturday's "Build a Better Block" event
For one day, Fort Lauderdale neighborhood gets "re-imagined'
Marando Farms appearing in the new JoMama ad
JoMama is an energetic eco brand, born out of a passion for unique things and...a NEED to recycle.
South Florida Farmers' Markets
A Farmers' Market Photo Collection
Raw Milk for animal consumption featured in the Sun-Sentinel
Raw milk demands grow; more Florida farms sell it as pet food
Lisa J. Huriash's farmer's market expose featured in the Sun-Sentinel
Farmers markets a growth industry in South Florida
Eat Real Food is hosting a show called "Finding The Farmer" and they recently did an expose on Marando Farms. The video is awesome!
Eat Real Food's - Finding The Farmer, "Marando Farms"
Aram and Ruben from workoutmaster.com dropped by to see the farm and posted a video about it on their blog! Check it out:
Marando Farms c/o Workoutmaster.com
Sarah Darville from the Sun-Sentinel wrote a great story about us and how the farm started.
Green acre: Marando Farms is a nursery, farmer's market and classroom - Sun Sentinel's Sarah Darville
The Triton, a newspaper geared towards captains and their crews, came to the farm in search of fresh veggies close to the port.
For cooking, ‘local markets really get the creativity going’
"More bakers, gardeners, cooks and craftspeople are turning to farmers' markets to sell their goods whether they're unemployed and trying to earn a living, carrying on a family tradition or simply doing something they love." - The Miami Herald
Farmers' markets offer healthy alternative career path