The North Shore of Massachusetts has some of the most fertile soil in the United States and the farms of the region produce wonderful produce and other foods that you can buy directly at the farm, or it comes to you via a local Farmer's Market. Farmer's markets aren't just a place to get your favorite local seasonal foods, it s a community! The markets vary from town to town, and in addtion to the farm goods, you'll enjoy live music, craft and other vendors, and some even have activities to keep the kids busy while you shop!
Hosted by the Danvers Rotary, the Danvers Open Market happens at the Peabody Intitute Library next to the Mill Pond in Danvers, Massachusetts. More information regarding the specifics of the market can be found here: Danvers Rotary Open Market
The Haverhill Massachusetts Farmers' Market operates each Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 1 p.m.
We cultivate 6 acres of vegetables on Apple Street in Essex and at a few satellite fields in town. We also raise meat chickens, dairy goats, laying hens, turkeys, ducks, geese, and pigs. Although we are not certified organic, we follow organic standards: no chemical fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides, or GMO seed. We use organic feeds for our livestock when they're not on pasture. Our focus is on improving the soil and growing high-quality food.
Summer/Falll (June - October):
- Thursdays: 3-7pm
- Derby Square, Front Street, Salem MA
Winter (Nov - January)
- Thursdays: 2-6pm
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