Winter Farmers’ Market at Wentworth Greenhouses, Rollinsford, December 3

Our Winter Farmers’ Market returns to the beautiful Wentworth Greenhouses in Rollinsford this Saturday, December 3rd. Join us between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and stock your kitchen with local food from 50+ farmers and food producers to choose from. A full list of participating vendors and what they’ll be selling can be found at

The Wentworth Greenhouses is located at 141 Rollins Road, Rollinsford, NH, just 1 mile past Red’s Shoe Barn of Dover — here’s a map!

Look forward to:

Fruits and vegetables: pears and apples, carrots and parsnips, fresh herbs and dried chiles, salad greens, spinach, broccoli, winter squash, onions, garlic, beets, salad greens, Brussels sprouts, potatoes, turnips, rutabagas, kale, cabbages and many more vegetables will be available.

Locally raised meat and dairy: beef, pork, chicken, turkey, elk, lamb, and goat as well as milk and yogurt, cheeses, and eggs.

Area food producers will be offering ready-to-eat meals, soups and stews, sausages and more, utilizing local ingredients in their recipes. Look for bread and crackers made with local wheat from Craquelins, Borealis Breads, and Sunnyfield Brick Oven Bakery.

Honey and maple syrup will be for sale — these products also make great gifts during the holiday season!

Meet Our Vendors: You can view a full list of vendors participating in the season, read about their businesses, and find contact information for pre-ordering.

Product Search: Want to find out which farmers plan to have eggs? Or beef? Or anything else you might hope to buy? Try the new product search!

Interactive Market Maps allow you to see which vendor will be where inside the market. With over 50 farmers and food producers, this tool is a way to help you find the foods you are looking for.

Market Shuttle, free and easy parking: There will be a free shuttle van running continuously throughout the duration of the market. Salmon Falls Stoneware at 75 Oak Street in Dover is again host to our shuttle parking location. Arrive and leave on your own schedule, with easy parking and drop off for you and your shopping bags! For map >

SNAP/EBT + Debit cards at the market: SNAP (foodstamps) can now be used at the winter farmers’ market. SNAP customers will swipe their EBT cards at the market info booth, and then use tokens to shop with approved vendors.

Debit card customers can also purchase tokens to be used with all vendors. These tokens can also be purchased as gift certificates! For more information, email

These farms and food producers will be accepting SNAP tokens on December 3rd (more participants in the works!):

Anderson’s Mini Maples
Brookford Farm
Coppal House Farm
Hollister Family Farm
Figtree Cafe & Catering
Forty Five Market Street Bakery & Cafe
Meadow’s Mirth
Mona Farm
Moriarty’s Greenhouse
New Roots Farm
Popper’s Artisanal Meats
Red Manse Farm
Riverside Farm
Riverslea Farm
The Soup Guy
Stout Oak Farm
Sugarmomma’s Maple Farm
Wake Robin Farm
Wild Miller Gardens
Yellow House Farm

Partial funding for this project provided by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.

Food Donations Welcome: Slow Food UNH will be on hand to accept food donations from consumers and vendors on behalf of those in need on Saturday. Fresh foods are encouraged; consider buying extra potatoes, onions, or squash to donate.

Many thanks to our sponsors for their generous support of the Winter Farmers’ Market: Veris Wealth Partners — Winter Season Underwriter; Wentworth Greenhouses — Rollinsford Market Underwriter; and Yoga on the Hill — Day Sponsor.

See you at the market!

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