Spring Farmers’ Market at Heron Pond Farm

This Saturday, April 24, 2010, there will be a Spring Farmers’ Market, 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., at Heron Pond Farm, 299 Main Avenue, South Hampton.

You don’t have to wait for the farmers’ markets to open in May and June!  Heron Pond Farm will be hosting a spring market featuring a wide variety of locally grown and made foods on April 24.  You’ll find fresh greens and other spring vegetables, plants for your garden, farm-raised meat and eggs, honey, maple syrup, and delicious prepared foods and baked goods!  The market will be held outside at the Heron Pond Farm farmstand, which is now open on weekends.  Come check it out!

Heron Pond Farm – the farm stand will be open with lots of spring vegetables! Fresh greens, cilantro, potatoes, carrots, parsnips. www.heronpondfarm.com
Yellow House Farm – chicken and duck eggs, farm photo cards, feathers. www.yellowhousefarmnh.com
Moriarty’s Greenhouse – potted perennials, herbs and houseplants. www.moriartysgreenhouse.com
Forty Five Market Street Bakery & Cafe – cookies, scones, bread, muffins, pies.
White Heron Tea – organic tea beverages, organic + fair trade packaged teas, ready-to-eat breakfast and lunch foods. www.whiteherontea.com
Kellie Brook Farm – farm-raised pork, beef, veal, turkey, chicken, prepared meals made with their own meats. http://www.localharvest.org/farms/M13157
Harrison’s Poultry – eggs, maple syrup, honey, chicken and guinea fowl meat, garden baskets, feathers and maple candy. www.harrisonspoultry.com
The Soup Guy – Gluten Free, All Natural Soups and Chili made with locally grown ingredients. www.thesoupguy.net
Eastman’s Local Catch – Sign up for a local fish share! Carolyn Eastman will be there with information about CSF shares. www.eastmansfish.com
New Roots Farm – scallions, greens, and pasture-raised pork, including bacon. www.newrootsfarm.com
Brookford Farm –  milk, cream, yogurt, quark, maybe some camembert, pastured eggs, potatoes, milk-fed veal, and ground beef. www.brookfordfarm.com

If you have questions about this event, email kate@seacoasteatlocal.org. For more information about Heron Pond Farm, visit their website, www.heronpondfarm.com

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