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To create and sustain a community-supported market that strengthens local food networks, features quality food at fair prices, can be trusted, is bought directly from the producers, and that grows community by providing a welcoming place to share food, music, skills, and activities in an earth friendly manner. Farmers and producers use earth friendly production methods that maintain fertile soil, clean water and fresh air.
Each Tuesday, a farmers market sprouts up on the lawn of the historic Cobblestone Farm amidst the heirloom gardens and 19th Century Farmhouse museum. Tables loaded with fresh, local food rest in the shadow of the striking three story oak timber frame barn complete farm animals. You could not find a more unique market location! At this living farm museum, you will find hens wandering amongst the shoppers, and curious goats stretching their soft muzzles over the fence. The grassy setting is a perfect place to relax and enjoy a picnic while the kids play but, please, don't chase the rooster!
Browse for local seeds, vegetables and wildflower plants for your garden and shop for spring vegetables, eggs, honey, and bread from over 29 vendors . Enjoy weekly events for adults and children - listen to a story, play in the drum circle, learn to fix a bike, or take a tour of the historic landmark Ticknor-Campbell Farmhouse .
- Sarah Turner
- 734 747 1225
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