Westminster’s own, Brookside Family Farm: Vee Lashua, www.brooksidefamilyfarm.com. Brookside Family Farm is a sustainable farm using no petroleum-based products for fertilizer or pesticides. Produce
Westminster’s own, CircleLife: Cynthia Gauthier, CircleLife skin food was born out of a passion for safe, effective, truly “green” skin care that is also affordable. We handcraft freshly made gluten free skin care products which have all recognizable prounce-able ingredients! Our products feed the skin with nourishment without potential harmful (shelf-life extending chemicals) typically found in similar commercial products. We use locally sourced natural beeswax from Wild Brook Honey in Leominster, MA and our CircleLife garden grown and dried herbs in our oil infusions which add therapeutic value to many of our products.
Greenwood Hill Farm, Hubbardston: Tom and Andrea Colyer. Greenwood Hill Farm raises merino sheep for their fine soft wool. Our products are knitting yards, blankets, dryer balls, herbal moth sachets. In addition, we have meat from our flock.
Happy Claws N Paws, Ashburnham: Gail Guarnera and Amanda Donohue. We see pets as part of the family. We make handmake pet items, homemade dog treats, catnip toys and many more unique items for your furry family member.
Heart to Heart Greeting Cards, Leominster: Wendy Aldrich. Handmade greeting cards for all occasions using art rubber stamps and folded designs.
Hubbard’s Farm, Princeton: Nancy and Annie Hubbard. Hubbard’s Farm is a 5th generation family farm in Princeton. We raise our own beef, pork, and chickens. We also raise hens for eggs and grow sweet corn and blueberries. We also provide hay to nearby farms. Sat the farm we sell, compost, loam, bark mulch, and wood pellets.
Westminster’s own, Light of the World of Westminster: Kristen Gregory and daughters. A mother-daughters business selling homemade beeswax candles and knit hats.
Westminster’s own, ML’s Greenery in Motion: ML Altobelli, www.greeneryinmotion.com. Vegetable and flowers seedlings, herbs
Moonlight Farm, Ashburnham: Megan Glennon and Aidan Davin. Small family farm in Ashburnham we are committed to growing natural, no pesticide vegetables and raising happy, health animals. Produce
Mrs. Moriconi’s Ice Cream, Worcester: Julia Moriconi. Award winning, chef-crafted ice cream made in local dairy and sustainable packaging. Pastry Chef Julia Moriconi makes and hand packs all the ice cream hereself. Half pints, pints, novelties and beautiful ice cream cakes are available at farmers markets and home delivery only. This is super premium ice cream using Jersey cow milk and cream from Massachusetts.
Westminster’s Own, Mumma’s Bucha: Danielle Morse, Mumma’s Bucha is a small batch Kombucha brewed and fermented for maximum health benefits and flavor.
Pease Orchard, Templeton: David Pease. Apples, peaches, produce
Rachel’s Everlasting, Orange: Rachel Gonzalez. Rachel’s Everlasting Farm in Orange grows many kinds of vegetables and flowers using no chemicals. Rachel makes pesto sauce, corn and bean salsa and smoothies using some of the vegetables she grows. Also grown on the farm are perennial flowers that are sold in pots and fresh and dried flowers for wedding bouquets. Dried flower and herbal swags and wreaths are available starting in September.
Westminster’s own, Sargent’s Kitchen: Karen Sargent. Biochar and compost. Home garden using sustainable practices. Salsa kits, tomatillos, and baked goods including whole grain and gluten free crackers, gingerbread and mini tarts
Sholan Farms, Leominster: Mike Meehan, Fresh fruits and vegetables from last working orchard in Leominster, MA
Singing Valley Farm, Hubbardston: Susan Sawyer. Singing Valley Farm “working the land and creating by hand”. We are a small farm in Hubbardston growing flowers for cutting, arranging, preserving and crafting. Our French Angora rabbits produce beautiful fiber for spinning. We also craft and create from things that inspire us such as wood, clay, fabric and upcycled items.
Skip’s Jelly, Athol: Skip Walker returns this year with his delicious Pepper Jelly. He still carries the four favorites: Red Bell Pepper and Garlic, Jalapeño (not hot), Habanero (slight heat), and Hot Hot Habanero which needs no further definition. Stop by and we’ll give you ideas about using the jelly for appetizers and cooking.
Sunflower Pastries, Hubbardston: Shannon Donovan. Pastries from a scratch bakery that are peanut and tree nut free.
Sweet Pumpkin Farm, Hubbardston: Donna McGrath, www.sweetpumpkinsfarm.com. Sweet Pumpkin is a small farm producing on a ½ acre of season crops and 3 acres of pasture for our stock. We take pride in our sustainable biodiverse practices, as well as beneficial insect and companion planting techniques. The farm is currently undergoing our organic certification. We also offer bath and body products as well as other handmade crafts.
Westminster’s own, Three Sisters Kitchen: Heather Bowen . At Three Sisters we bake bread of all sorts, cakes, pies, homemade jam, using the most local and fresh ingredients we can obtain. Love and laughter go into all our products. Also, Bells on Her Toes, handmade products using natural fibers and recycling gently used clothing and dishware.
Valicenti Pasta Farm, Hollis NH: David Valicenti. Working farm growing ingredients used to produce homestead pasta sauces, gourmet ravioli and unique fresh pasta.
Westminster’s own, West Slope Farm: William Boucher. Strawberry’s, perennial plants, produce
Woodland Ridge Farm, Boylston: Philip and Beth Anderson, www.woodlandridgefarm.com. We grow fresh vegetables, herbs and flowers in central Mass using sustainable farming practices. We do not use chemical pesticides or fungicides. We do enrich our soil with compost. We grow out plants from seeds and specialize in a wide variety of flowers and floral craft. One of our goals is to share our joy of working with plans and their health-giving benefits while offering top quality products.