Sheridan Farmer’s Market Steering Committee

Ami Erickson

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Ami Erickson is currently the Dean of Science, Math, Agriculture and Culinary at Sheridan and Gillette Colleges. One of her more immediate goals is to build the horticulture program at Sheridan College into a state and nationally recognized program that can produce graduates that will contribute significantly to the Sheridan-area community and the Wyoming economy. She enjoys leading wildflower hikes in the Bighorn Mountains and teaching children about the wonders of gardening.

Antonia Armenta-Miller

Antonia Armenta-Miller

Antonia Armenta-Miller is a Master Chef, an Organic Gardener and a lover of all things outdoors. After years of traveling the globe she and her husband along with all their  animals are happy to have landed in Sheridan. She enjoys her work at the Cato Ranch being a  part of a large working cattle operation. Raising food and fun for all who live there. With a life motto of “Live to Feed the Soul” she hopes to nurture and nourish all those she meets with her zest for life.

Brad Holliday

Brad Holliday

Brad Holliday is the owner of Holliday Family Farms, LLC. He grows excellent produce year round and pastured raised chicken during the summer for CSA, Farmers Market, Local Stores and the people of Northern Wyoming. Their commitment is to grow healthy fresh produce and poultry that is nutritious, flavorful, and free from antibiotics, pesticides and herbicides.  Being responsible stewards of our land and leaving it in better condition for their children is their lifetime goal.

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Christy Lohoff-Committee Chair

Christy Lohof

I am very grateful to be a part-time wife, mother, cowgirl, cattle hauler, goat milker, chicken herder, fencer, water developer, Sheridan Farmers’ Market vendor, ski patroller, teacher, cook, intern coordinator, rancher, market analyst, bookkeeper, grazier, health promoter, student, range monitor, and Farmers’ Market Committee Member – in no particular order of importance!

Clarke McClung

Clarke McClung

Clarke has retired from the U.S. Forest Service, to become the Advisor to the “crazy” Farmers Market Manager.  He has been involved with Sheridan Farmers Market since 2008. Clarke is also Chair of the Ag and Natural Resource Committee for the Chamber of Commerce.  When he is not volunteering or doing chores, he stays busy hiking around the hills with his wife Leslie and their two Labs.  Clarke also enjoys bird hunting and fly fishing.

Donald Legerski

Donald Legerski

Donald Legerski is a Certified Grower and Production Manager for Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery in Sheridan Wyoming.  His main focus is in the production of perennial, annual bedding, and vegetable plants, as well as edible micro and baby greens and other lettuce and herb crops at the Landon’s facility near Bighorn Wyoming.  Comprised of seven greenhouses, Donald and his staff are constantly seeking ways to grow high quality plants and produce for the local community and Wyoming at large.

Janet Hoxie

Janet Hoxie

Janet Hoxie is an inventor, entrepreneur, and die hard believer in real food, produced locally.  She and her husband own two businesses, one that produces sewing and quilting tools sold world-wide, and Honesty Naturals, a line of  all natural skin care products, which were first introduced at the Sheridan Farmer’s Market in 2013.  When she’s not developing new ways to care for your skin naturally, she plays and coaches soccer at the YMCA.

John Buyok

John Buyock

John Buyok of Rocking Chair Farms is a third generation farmer/rancher who lives with his wife, two dogs, one cat, seventeen chickens, innumerable wildlife and one lonely peahen on the Tongue River at Monarch.  He’s an agricultural engineer, but prefers to spend his time growing things the chemical-free old-fashioned way.

Peg Cullen

Peg Cullen

Peg Cullen is a retired University Extension Educator, who provided foods and nutrition programs for adults and 4-H in small communities and cities. (Seattle and Denver).  She still keeps a hand in her career by helping Kentz Willis, UW Foods and Nutrition educator, teach Food Preservation.  Peg also works part time at the Sheridan County Museum in collections and loves learning the rich history of this area. She serves as Head Cashier for Box Cross Road Farms at the markets.  This quote from the Farmers Markets Forever stamp book speaks to me and what we do. Farmers Markets offer a gathering place for diverse groups of neighbors to meet and mingle and to share news, recipes, and stories–in short, to create a new sense of community.

Rhonda Duncan

Rhonda Duncan

Rhonda Duncan works as a school psychologist during the school year, but come late spring and summer, starts gearing up for Sheridan Farmers Market.  She plants a big garden and experiments with new bread recipes to sell with Wild Hollow Baking, her market moniker.  Her specialties include naturally leavened sourdough breads, which are not actually very sour, focaccia, buns, and multigrain or wheat loaves.  She is passionate about real food; growing, cooking, canning, preserving and fermenting lots of different items from her garden or from local growers.

Seth Orr

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Seth is a Sheridan Native, who graduated from the University of Southern Oregon with a Bachelor’s in Psychology.  He has been an entrepreneur since 2007. In March of 2011, he and business partner, Cooley Butler started Luminous Brew House in Sheridan.   In his  limited free time he plays music with his band Crooked Mountain Band, plays soccer and loves to fish.  His passions lye in art/music, outdoor activities including gardening.  Seth and his wife have two children.

Theresa Shaw

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Theresa Shaw raises free-range children, as well as pastured pigs, chickens, goats, dairy cows, alpacas, and horses, on their Sheridan farm.  Theresa grew up on a farm in SE Montana, and served in the Air Force as a special investigations officer.  Now she fights for Truth, Justice, and the American Way by raising happy pigs.  In her “spare” time, Theresa is a homeschool teacher, a 4-H mom, serves on too many boards and committees, and enjoys outdoor activities with her family.