2016 Summer Market Vendors (in alphabetical order)
Butternut Farm: (One of the founders of this market 38 years ago!): Vegetables, herbs, dried flowers, cut flowers, eggs, goat meat (ground and kabobs), natural goat milk, goat milk cheese and soap. We have been marketing in Milford for over 35 years. We provide safe, nutritious vegetables using guidelines from UNH and other land grant universities. Contact Noreen at firstname.lastname@example.org. www.Butternutfarmmilford.com
Cava De Vino: Pasta, oil and vinegar, popzup popcorn, gourmet condiments, savory sauces, salad dressings, relish, gourmet spreads, chutneys, fruit vinegar, ketchup, dips, sauces, and more! Contact Steve or Sharie at Swilliams@cavadevino.com, www.cavadevino.com.
Country Dreams Farm: Fresh vegetables, fruit, and herbs. www.countrydreamsfarmnh.com.
Enchanted Harvest: Maryann grows her own herbs, perennials, herbal products and sells fresh cut herbs for your convenience. www.enchantedharvest.org
Firefly Fields (formerly known as Hilltop Farm): Fresh vegetables, dry baking and seasoning mixes. Try samples of their cornbread and brownies! Contact Mike or Jen at email@example.com. See their Facebook page at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Four Seasons Aquaponics: Tilapia,
vegetables, eggs, plants and flowers . Our produce is naturally grown
in an environmentally friendly aquaponics system without the use of
herbicides or pesticides. Contact Tom at 603-620-7302 or at TomMitchell@TDS.net
Fox Den Farm: Fresh vegetables grown to organic standards. Contact Amy at email@example.com.
The Fresh Plate: This residential bakery makes all of its items with certified/non GMO ingredients. Breads, German pretzels, mustard, baking mixes, jams and jellies.
Gehling's Gourmet Goodies (G3 Bakery): Fudge, breads, cookies,and desserts. Bob makes some gluten-free goodies, too. Contact Bob at G3Baking@gmail.com
Ledge Top Farm: (Tom is a founding member!) Fresh vegetables and berries. Grown to organic standards. www.ledgetopfarm.com
Lilac Valley Farm: Leslie makes all natural moisturizers and bug sprays. In addition she grows lot of vegetables such as eggplant, cabbage, peas, potatoes, garlic, scallions, squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, beans, kale, onions,and more. Leslie can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Milford Goat Dairy: Noreen, of Butternut Farm, sells their pasteurized goat milk and makes delicious goat milk cheese in both chevra and cheddar cheese forms. Contact Noreen at email@example.com or www.Butternutfarmmilford.com.
Paradise Farm: Grass fed beef and lamb, pasture-raised pork, all-natural poultry, duck, eggs, all-natural goat milk and goat milk soap, raw honey, maple syrup, bee cream, beeswax candles, jams and jellies. We also sell soft wool sheep pelts, and all-natural non-dyed yarn made from the fleece of our Romney sheep. Contact Wayne at Wayne@ParadiseFarmnh.com or call or text 603-345-0860. www.paradisefarmnh.com. Visit their Facebook page at Paradise Farm NH.
Stormy Moon Vocational Developmental Farm: Eggs, jams, jellies, salsa, breads, jarred goods. Contact Richard at RSBathurst@gmailcom.
Sweet Cheeks Creations: Yummy granola, granola bars, candies, and candied walnuts. See Diana's web site at www.sweetcheeks-creations.com.
Everything Alpaca: Quality alpaca products, hand knitted alpaca, wool, and mohair products. Member of the New England Alpaca Fiber Pool.
Forevergreen Cosmetics and Healing: Gabrielle makes all of her own products. Lip balm, whipped body butter, lotion bar, sugar scrub, face toner, deodorant, sore muscle salve, pine slave, beard oil, and beard conditioner. See more at www.etsy.com/shop/ForevergreenHealing?ref=hdr_shop_menu