Are You Sad The Summer Markets Are Over?

Many of our summer markets will soon be coming to a close (here’s a calendar of all the open markets), however, the Winter Markets will be starting up! The Winter Markets are a great place to come during the cold, snowy winters when you are getting cabin fever. Bring the kids, or your friends and come explore what the Seacoast farms have to offer!

There are an abundance of vendors that sell a variety of food; from bakery items to ethnic cooking. The winter produce that is sold at these markets includes: apples, beets, pumpkins, squash, onions, garlic, salad greens, potatoes, etc. These foods are great for soups, stews, or crockpot recipes that will warm you up on a cold fall night.

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Fall and Winter CSA shares are now available!

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For all of our SNAP customers, we will be offering a program that you cannot pass up! Instead of matching up to 10 market match coupons, we will be offering two for one Market Match without a limit! This means that if you swipe your EBT card for 10 dollars, we will give you 20 Market Match coupons. This is a great opportunity that may only be offered this winter, so take advantage of it!

The first Winter Farmer’s Market is on November 21st in Rollinsford and they continue until April. Complete schedule and more information

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