Sunday Farmers Market Vendors
We are delighted to share our farm each Sunday with other food producers and local artisans.
We’re inspired by the hard work they put into creating their products, by hand, with love.
They bring with them fruits and veggies, home baked goods, yarns and fibers, plants, and so much more.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy both their offerings and their company as much as we do.
B & T Baked Goods
B+T Baked Goods is a husband and wife team that bakes from our home kitchen in Pittston, ME. They bake fresh bread and pastries using as many local and organic ingredients as possible, while being able to provide good wholesome bread to our community at a reasonable cost.
At the market you’re likely to find Sourdough and other breads, English Muffins, Cinnamon Rolls, and Cookies to name just a few!
Crystal Lake Farm & Nursery
Crystal Lake Farm & Nursery is a mother and son operation on 75+ acres in Washington, Maine. They grow mostly native plants and some favorites. Their plants are chosen especially for birds, bees, butterflies & other beneficial insects, and are grown using certified organic, heirloom & open-pollinated seed, whenever possible.
At the market you’re likely to find herb, vegetable & flower seedlings in spring, as well as garden & woodland tools and accessories. They also offer land-use consultation and design gardening and design classes.
Foxfire Farm is a small scale diversified farming operation in its second year of production, led by farmer Marc Cavatorta. Marc’s goal is to provide healthy, nutrient-dense food to Maine families while maintaining responsible land stewardship goals and environmental ethics. They use organic and regenerative farming practices to grow a wide variety of produce, as well as meat and eggs, for distribution to wholesale accounts and farmers markets. The farm is 13.5 acres, with approximately 3-4 acres under cultivation between vegetables and cover crops.
At the market you’re likely to find cut greens, lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, summer squash, cucumbers, melons, winter squash, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, winter squash. Pasture-raised eggs. Grass-fed lamb or beef, pasture-raised broiler chickens.
Hawthorn & Thistle Farmstead
At the market you’re likely to find lots of beautiful yarns, dye plants, knit goods, felted items, beeswax candles, and at times we also offer veggies like squash, gourds, and pumpkins.
Lovely Loon Teas
Lovely Loon Teas was started by 9 yr old Edgcomb resident Margaret McCarthy. While trying to find a way to earn extra money as a 5th grader, Margaret came up with her first herbal tea blend – Nighty Night. Her business has blossomed from there. Margaret says “I believe that people need comfort and love every day to get the best out of life. Lovely Loon Herbal Teas are here to help support you in feeling good and having fun.”
At the market you’re likely to find a variety of teas made with minimal packaging and local/organic ingredients when possible.
Out On A Limb
Out On A Limb is a small, off-grid homestead farm and experimental orchard in central Maine. They grow several hundred apple and pear varieties, most of them unusual, historic or rare. Their goal is to introduce consumers to the wide range of fresh eating and culinary apples available in Maine.
At the market you’re likely to find a different mix of varieties, depending on what is ripe at that time, along with some information on their history and uses.
Pumpkin Vine Family Farm
Pumpkin Vine Family Farm is a pasture-based goat dairy in the beautiful hills of Somerville, Maine. We raise Alpine and Nubian goats and turn their sweet milk into unique dairy products that truly reflect our terroir.
At the market you’re likely to find creamy chevre, tangy feta, and hard cheeses, as well as raw milk, probiotic yogurt, and superpower smoothies in seasonal flavors.
Jamie and Heidi Bray moved to Somerville with their kids, Lily and Wyatt, and began homesteading in 2014. They built a small sugar shack and began tapping trees a couple of years later. They enjoy their small operation where all sap is lugged by hand and syrup is made in small batches after hours of boiling in their 2’ X 4’ raised flu, wood-fired evaporator. Each batch is tested with a hydrometer to measure the density and is bottled with care.
At the market you’re likely to find gallons of their farm made, Maine mayple syrup. Jamie and Heidi share that their favorite treat is cold vanilla ice cream with warmed maple syrup generously drizzled over the top. And that they hope you enjoy their syrup as much as they enjoy making it!
The Uproot Pie Co.
You’ve probably seen The Uproot Pie Co. and their mobile, wood fired pizza and bilays (a sourdough-based, Polish breakfast roll) around Midcoast Maine at weddings, breweries, and other special events. Now they’ll be at our Sunday Farmers Market as well. We hope you’ll enjoy coming to the farm when they’re here for our Kid Hugging and Open Farm Day events for a nice pizza picnic!
At the market you’re likely to find pizzas and bilays using seasonal ingredients grown by local farmers.
Cat and Sean, owners of Wild Fruitings, are first generation fungi farmers! After bonding over their shared love for mushrooms in the PNW, Sean brought Cat back to his home of Maine and they decided to start a business of cultivating mushrooms. They are passionate about all things mushrooms & making high quality fruitings available to all.
At the market you’re likely to find an abundance of different oyster mushrooms, lion’s mane and pioppino, with hopes of growing (and foraging) many more to share with you in the near future.