Community & Events

Here’s where we will keep you up to date with all of our events, progress on the Market, interesting stories, and partners in the community and region. Stay tuned, we will be updating and adding more to this page…

Forbes Family Farms

About Forbes Family Farm:

"As a family farm near the Wyoming-Utah border, our vision is to produce high quality food that enriches the lives of people in our community. Wild Sage Market's goal of making healthy and local food more accessible aligns with our values. We are excited for the possibility of future partnerships with Wild Sage Market to make available to the Green River community the food we and other local farmers and ranchers grow."

Sustainable Wraps


About Sustainable Wraps:

Started by two sisters in Melbourne, Australia, here is more of their story:

"Every year 6 million tonnes of rubbish is dumped into the ocean world wide, 80% of which is plastic. Australians use 1.3 million tonnes of plastic each year and while we recycle 46% over half ends up in a landfill. Majority of plastic waste is made up of food packaging and plastic bags. If we can reduce our use of plastic we are one step closer to a cleaner greener planet.

Handmade by two sisters with love and laughter using natural bees wax, coconut oil, pine resin, and cotton fabrics, these Sustainable Wraps are designed to be used again and again helping you keep your food fresh.

Simply place the Sustainable Wrap over your food dish and with the warmth and pressure of your hands mould the wrap to seal your food. A non-toxic, easy-to-use alternative to plastic.

Suitable for vegetables, cheeses, sandwiches and snacks: NOT for meat or hot dishes and liquids. The beeswax antibacterial properties, coconut oil's known antifungal properties, and resin’s antimicrobial properties help keep your food safe and fresher for longer.

Wrap Care: Wash in cool water with mild dish soap; air dry. Avoid hot dishes or liquids as these will affect the wax coating. With a little love your wrap should last up to a year and then you can recycle it in the compost. Enjoy minimizing your footprint and the use of this non-toxic, anti-plastic wrap."


3 years ago

EDIT: It is getting difficult to keep up with the comments. Please private message us to be sure that we see you! Or you can email us at Thanks for your ... See more

3 years ago

Like everyone else, we have had to make some adjustments due to the current situation, but we're still taking care of business! Here we are during last night's board meeting.

3 years ago
The Forbes Family Farm

Check out the Forbes Family Farm and find out ways to get Fresh and Local (50 miles from Green River) food!

Time for our big announcement!
As a family farm, our goal has always been to grow high quality food for our family and share the bounty with our community. Over the past two years, we’ve progressed ... See more

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What would you like to know?

Join us for the second in a series of short Q&A sessions to discuss your top questions about the market with our board of directors.

Comment below for your questions ... See more

3 years ago
Staci Ann's Cafe

While our grocery stores are doing their best to keep us safe and the shelves stocked, it is understandable in this unprecedented time that they can't meet everyone's needs at all times. You all are ... See more

One of the things people are finding as they make their way through this new normal brought on by COVID-19 is that they end up doing things they never planned to do. Sometimes it is doing something ... See more

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What would you like to know?

Comment here or on the event page for a topic to be addressed tonight’s live feed, or on an upcoming session.

This will be the first in a series of short Q&A ... See more

3 years ago
Victory Garden 2020

Food security has been on everyone's minds lately. If you're interested in learning more about growing your own food, here is an awesome free online class scheduled for tomorrow 3/25 at 4:00. Be ... See more

Here is our next online gardening class! This Wednesday at 4pm. Please email for the zoom link. If you have emailed us previously, you will automatically receive the link this ... See more

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