Great Things at the Last Winter Farmers’ Market!

The Winter Farmers’ Market season is winding down; Saturday, April 10, will be the last market before the summer markets kick off. Our last market will be held in the new Exeter High School and there will be so many great things available. Let me tell you about some of the exciting items you can bring home with you on Saturday.

 

Do you need plants for your herb garden? Moriarty’s Greenhouse will be selling lots of beautiful potted herbs at the market. Plan your garden now so that you’re ready to get everything you need on Saturday.

 

I don’t know about you, but I love cheese. Brookford Farm will be selling amazing cheese, superbly handcrafted by SEL’s very own Erin.

 

And there will be New England’s very own sweet delight, maple syrup, by Anderson’s Mini-Maples. Anderson’s make 100% pure New Hampshire maple syrup, made the old fashioned way on a wood-fired evaporator since 1975.

 

It’s a great time of year for fresh eggs! Several vendors will be selling eggs, including Yellow House Farm, which will have chicken and duck eggs.

 

And remember our new addition Baer’s Best Beans, selling wonderful dry beans.

 

We can’t wait to see you at the market on Saturday. There will be so many great local things, come ready to go home happy.

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