Farm Stand Openings offer a Taste of Spring!

unnamedTender greens, spring-dug parsnips, and fresh eggs are just some of the wide range of local food now available at farm stands open year-round or just opening up for the season. To help you stock up between farmers’ markets, the following farms have sent us news about what’s currently on offer at their farm stands:

Coppal House Farm — The farm stand at Coppal House Farm in Lee, NH, is open year round. Our hours are Tues–Sun 12–5pm. We will be stocked with our pork, lamb, and chicken, farm fresh eggs, and any salad mix left in the high tunnel after market is done. For more information:

Merrill Farm — The farm stand at Merrill Farms (Oliver Merrill & Sons LLC) in Londonderry, NH, is open in April. We have eggs year round. We will have apples and pears till Easter this year. We are open 8:30 to 5:30 every day. Parsnips will be dug soon for Easter. We have rhubarb in May. Contact: or 603-622-6636. For more information:

Riverside Farm Stand & Greenhouse — Riverside Farm Stand in North Berwick, ME, opens on Thursday, April 17th. Hours are 9am to 6pm, closed Easter Sunday. From the Greenhouses or fall dug: Parsnips, Lettuces, Salad Greens, Swiss Chard, Potatoes, Cukes (at the end of April). Plants including Spinach bowls, Lettuce bowls, Pansies, Perennials. From the Kitchen: Fruit Spreads (blueberry, strawberry, raspberry) Bread, Chicken Pot Pies, Mac and Cheese, Shepard’s Pie. Other Locally Sourced: Cage Free Eggs, Pickles, Dilly Beans, Red Gravy, Chocolate Toffee. We are located at 323 Elm St, North Berwick, ME. For more information:

Stout Oak Farm — The Farm Store at Stout Oak Farm in Brentwood, NH, will be open in April with eggs and spring greens, as available. Beginning Saturday May 17th, we’ll be open 6 days a week. Check or our Facebook page for frequent updates.

For an additional listing of farm stands, check Seacoast Harvest. If you’d like your farm stand added to this list, please contact

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