Fresh flowers abound
Tomatillos (and some green tomatoes too) ready to cheer and delight you. At Goranson Farm
Bath Farmers Market
August 22 2020
Kyle of Tarbox Farm: produce as art-and it tastes great too. as does the beer.
Flowers, Fruits & Vegetables

Dharma Farm
Goranson Farm
Hawkes Farm
Mindful Gardens
New Roots Farm
Oyster Creek Mushroom Co
Pleasant Pond Orchard
Sparrow Farm
Tarbox Farm
At Borealis, Carol knows all about sourdough & best pairings for her breads.
Baked Goods

Beryls Pastries
Borealis Breads
Chase Farm Bakery
Stewart & Reid (gluten free)
At Kelley Brothers Beef Tammy is happy to help you tailor your order to meet your needs.
Meat & Poultry

Fuzzy Udder Creamery
Kelley Brothers Beef
Mainely Poultry

Emily's Oysters
Pemaquid Lobster & Seafood
Welcome Brie, new at Pemaquid Lobster and Seafood
but she knows her fish.


Goranson Farm
Mainely Poultry
Shepherds & Such
Sparrow Farm

Cheese & Dairy

Appleton Creamery
Chase Farm Bakery
Fuzzy Udder Creamery
Hahns End
Jasmine really does know the name & makeup of every Fuzzy Udder Cheese
Preserved and Premade

Gracies Garden
Jyang_Lee Kitchen
Old Narrow Gauge Farm
Pemaquid Lobster & Seafood
Sparrow Farm
Angela at Jyang_Lee grows most of the vegetables she uses in her fresh and frozen family specialties.
Handcrafted, Homegrown

Big Barn Coffee
Goranson Farm
Mana Medicinals
Mindful Gardens
Pleasant Pond Orchard
Shepherds & Such
Sisters Soap (at Appleton)
Farm Stands - plan a road trip and explore

Easy to use statewide listing

University of Maine Cooperative Extension website::

From the Merrymeeting Food Council at
Share Signups

Buying Plans
Emily's Oysters
Kelley Brothers Beef - Tammy Kelley

Cheese CSA and mail order options

Maine Harvest Bucks Here for SNAP shopping

Maine Harvest Bucks are available to SNAP users, offering a 100% match for SNAP purchases to buy produce. Pick up your SNAP tokens (green) at the info booth , and get the same amount in red tokens (Harvest Bucks) for your fresh fruits and veg. All at the info table, open 8:30 to 10.

Vendor Payment

Most vendors have credit and debit card capacity . Bring cash, or a check, for the few who don't - small bills make it easier.

Jeff at Stewart & Reid is still out

Robin at Chase Farm returns this week.

Please send supportive thoughts to Pauline and her folks at Pine Tree Poultry: they are coping with the loss of several hundred chicks in the post office debacle.
Good Morning,

This week we share Installment 2 of our thanks to Summer Market Vendors. It's a diverse and interesting group; no two alike.

Check out the online offerings at Local Foods Gathered; go to ; All three of our cheese makers are part of this marketing effort to keep Maine's delicious local creameries and other small businesses going in this changing marketplace.

Nothing like fresh flowers to create a sense of well being.
Beautiful and very popular this summer, rind them at Goranson, Hawkes, MictoMainea, Mindful Gardens, Tarbox,.
Shepherds & Such & Sparrow occasionally have them too.

Make it a downtown day after market. Reny's is wide open and well reorganized. Art galleries are ready to greet you. . Books and pet supplies and Maine Made abound. Lunch on the sidewalk or on the river. Don't forget ice cream for all at The Fountain, next to Wilson;s DrugStore.

Preorder these seductive chevre in olive oil, basil and pignole, and mixed herbs.
From our vendors -Sales, Seasonal, Specials
Pleasant Pond Orchard had some pretty blackberries last week, hopefully more tomorrow. A true come early item.

Mana Medicinals suggests the large bottle of Turmeric Tonic to ensure regular and easy, not to mention tasty, attention to your immune system!

Mainely Poultry was out of ground chicken and turkey when I arrived last week, so I splurged on ground duck; that resulted in an astounding chili and and a wicked good burger. Meatballs next!
Mohammed of New Roots offers a CSA as well as all those crisp vegetables.
Appleton Creamery is taking orders on Wednesday only now. Be sure to preorder popular marinated chevres and logs. It's close to the end of goat milk season, so supplies will be limited.

Pick up a package of lemon balm and some cukes at Sparrow for a simple salad, add a few young onions, tomatoes, some of that skinny pink celery at Hawkes. Dress and enjoy.

Those tempting tomatillos and green tomatoes at Goranson add nice balance to a number of dishes. Try a salsa verde, or chopped green tomatoes on fresh pasta- available at Alchimia.. Yum
Larry at Pleasant Pond Orchard, offers summer berries (and maybe some stone fruit) while we wait for the apples
Hahn' End is cookin'! Their third new cheese in a month has arrived. The aptly named Midsummer Nights Dream. Described as having "a dense texture, thin rind, and the flavor of cultured buttermilk." Try broiled on a baguette and serve with fruit and sliced meats.

Pemaquid is offering sea clam cakes, basically hard shell clams not steamers. A tasty addition to their premade list. Preordering is key here - fresh catch and popular salmon go quickly- call 350 -7054 by Thursday please

It's a feast of peppers at Tarbox: Sweet Bells, Shishito, Ancho,and stunning red Italian frying peppers. Lets hear it for diversity in cooking!
Dan at Big Barn Coffee, is market treasurer and works with the SNAP volunteers

Gracies Garden has several carrot mixes looking great right now. Swedish, Shaker and Django's Ginger all look - and taste - lovely.

Mindful Gardens is bringing in some new baskets; it helps to talk to them about your want so they can make one just for you. You can also preorder cut flowers if you need something special
Call or email: 207) 350-2474. and

Ann Springhorn brings her gentle watercolor note cards to MicroMainea regularly. Softly appealing, and useful for a gift or just to make a friend feel good.

Music suspended indefinitely
in compliance with Maine guidelines

Fill your plate with flavor - and color- with these Italian frying peppers at Tarbox