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Middlebury Farmers' Market

Local vegetables, food,

and crafts.

* Vermont is leading the United States in the number of farmers' markets per capita.

* Vermont has the most CSAs, the most certified organic farmer's, the greatest amount of certified organic farmlands the greatest number of local dollars spent buying local foods.

* Greatest number of astisan cheesemakers per capita.

* Largest producers of maple syrup.

* Vermonters lead the nation in per capita production of dairy products.

 

That's per capita for the country

Baked Goods

Organic Products

Cheese and Dairy Products

Crafts

Cut Flowers

Fresh Fruit

Fresh Vegetables

Honey

Jam, Jellies and Preserves

Maple Syrup

Meat and Poultry Products

Bread

Plants

Pickles

Prepared Foods

Soap

Eggs

Yarn

Apples and Cider

 

Middlebury Farmers' Market

PO Box 385

Middlebury Vt. 05753

middleburyfarmersmkt@yahoo.com

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2016 MARKET PRODUCTS

Music

Do you make music?

 

The Middlebury Farmers’ Market is scouting for talented folks who can volunteer and contribute to the fun, family friendly atmosphere on Saturday mornings down by The Falls at the Marbleworks. This is a great opportunity to be seen and heard at a very popular and well attended event. From soloists to ensembles, we encourage you to email Maggie Ryan Market Manager, with interest.

 

middleburyfarmersmkt@yahoo.com

"Some of our vendors are Certified Organic - to find organic products, talk to our vendors about their production methods and look for this logo!"

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Outdoor Market Dates:

Saturdays - May 7 through October 29

Wednesdays - June 15 through October 12  

9:00 - 12:30

Summer Markets at the Marble Works

June 11th:  

Down on the Farm

Visit baby farm animals

& sample dairy products  

 

July  2nd:    

Red, White, & Blue Celebration

Free shortcake with strawberries

blueberries, and whipped cream

 

July 30th:    

Youth Vender Day

 

Aug. 20th:    

Tasting Summer Vegetables

 

Sept. 17th:      

Maple Sugar Day

 

Oct. 8th:          

Harvest Festival

Free apple crisp, cider,

& raffle of vender products

Market Events

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