10th Annual WESTMINSTER FARMERS’ MARKET
Vendor Listing for 2018
Beadin in Eden, Spofford, NH, Kathy Burgess-Fumicello – Beadin in Eden uses a variety of colorful gemstones in the creation of jewelry to accessorize your favorite outfit.
Westminster’s own: Brookside Family Farm, Vee Lashua, www.brooksidefamilyfarm.com
Brookside Family Farm is dedicated to growing eco-friendly produce without the use of pesticide and utilizing only organic fertilizer. We are raising beef, chickens for eggs and meat, and pork. We are not organic certified but follow the eco-friendly way to farm.
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 source 90% bulk ingredients that are USDA organic (Rose Mountain Herbs)
City Compost, Gardner, Adam Jankoukas, www.citycompost.com City Compost provides composting services for homes, organizatioins and events. 100% of what we service goes to the soil to grow more fresh food.
Elzire’s Acre Goat Milk Soap, Princeton, Chad and Terri Steiner, www.GetGoatSoap.com
We are a mini-farm in Princeton, with 5 organically fed dairy goats. We use the extra milk we get from them to produce the highest quality soaps available. All are soaps are made with organic and natural ingredients only. Therapeutic grade essential oils only. 5%-13% superfat. WE are 100% free from Palm, Palm Kernel and Soy oils. No chemical fragrances, ever! No detergents, ever! No colorants or micas, ever! We have over 70 different recipes. Not just 2 or 3 soap bases with different scents but 70 different soap recipes altogether. If we don’t’ have something you are looking for, ask us, we will probably make one for you and that could very well become a whole new soap in our line.
Westminster’s own: Enar’s Favorite Cookies, Ann Marie Young, facebook.com/enarsfavoritecookies.
Dog treats and dog food made with local ingredients when available. Also, paracord dog leashes.
Five Loaves Bakery, Spencer, Connie Collugy and Darren Collugy, fiveloavesbakery.com
Frog Hollow Farm, Hubbardston, Melissa Morris – I grow over 400 varieties of dahlias on my small farm. I sell cut flowers, bouquets, and tubers. I offer days when the public can pick from the gardens or purchase at my farmstand. Dahlias bloom in August, September, and October.
Giacomos Gourmet Granola, LLC, Hubbardston, Jim and Laurie Del Garbino, www.giacomosgourmetgranola.com
Local business that focuses on providing a variety of healthy food options as well as treats. In business since 2009 with strong farmers market presence in Central Mass and beyond. We have a retail space in Hubbardston. Professionally trained chef with strong emphasis on variety, taste and local ingredients whenever possible. Assorted baked goods and more
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.
Westminster’s own: The Humble Agrarian Farm Stand
A local farmstand providing top-quality products ranging from fresh organic produce, pastured eggs, and coffee, to art, furniture and custom woodwork and engraving.
Catherine Laramie, Ashburnham – Produce
Mike’s Bird Houses, Athol, Michael Cygan – Bird houses, bird feeders, bat houses
Westminster’s own: ML’s Greenery in Motion, ML Altobelli, www.greeneryinmotion.com
Vegetable and flowers seedlings, herbs
David Morrisson, Princeton – Knife sharpening, minor repairs. Garden tool tune up and sharpening.
Westminster’s own: Quilts and More, Patty Hurd – Maker of kitchen craft items. Homemade fudge, cookies, bread, dessert item popcorn.
Rachel’s Everlasting, 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 growns. 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.
Rice’s Roots Farm, Petersham, Conor Rice, www.ricerootsfarm.com
Rice’s Roots Farm produces high-quality, organically grown vegetables at a fair price while building and improving and supporting healthy soils. Through this process we aim to educate our customers and community about the vitality of these practices; helping to collectively understand how and why we strive to achieve the quality in what we grow and what we eat.
Repurposed Patchwork, Fitchburg, Cynthia Jones – I repurpose fabric to make pillows, purses, and aprons mostly out of denim.
Westminster’s own: Rouleau Family Micro-Farm. Lorna and Marc Rouleau – Fresh produce, berries, eggs
Westminster’s own: Sargent’s Kitchen, Karen Sargent – Salsa kits, tomatillos, and baked goods including whole grain and gluten free crackers, gingerbread and mini tarts.
Westminster's Own: Shizen, Atsuko Harding: Handmade soaps and lotions, beeswax ornaments
Schultz Farm, Rutland, Sam and Carey Schultz
Shagbark Farm, Lunenberg, Tom West – Shagbark Farm is a small family owned farm specializing in seasonal jams, jellies and syrups. We either grow our own ingredients or source them from other local producers.
Skip’s Jelly, Athol, Skip Walker – Pepper Jelly
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.
True Calling Farm, Orange, Forest Wilber and Amber Bahn. Ture Calling Farm is a small-scale diversified farm nestled in the center of North Orange with a view of nearby Tully Mountain. We grow a wide variety of tasty vegetables, herbs, and beautiful cut flowers. We are dedicated to leaving the land more fertilize and our community more nourished by our being here.
Westminster’s own: Wind Eagle Farm, John and Bonnie Cook, www. windeaglefarm.com
We provide quality products grown and raised in Westminster using environmentally responsible methods. Poultry, pork, and beef from Wind Eagle Farm are raised on organic grain and pasture. Prepared meals specializing in chicken pot pies and pulled pork are available at the farm and farmers markets. Find seasonal items, homemade dog biscuits, jellies, jams and more. Firewood cut, split and delivered along with custom sawmill services.
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.
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