All of Easthampton Farmers’ and Makers Market vendors are from Easthampton or surrounding towns, all are either producers of what they sell or clearly identify the local farms that they represent!

Please check out our Who’s Coming to Market weekly post to find out who will be at market each week, and what they will bring.

Blue Sun Perennials is located in Easthampton, Massachusetts, and grows a wide variety of perennials, herbs, houseplants, and annuals for the home gardener.

Chicoine Family Farm offers delicious, healthy, 100% grass-fed beef, free of antibiotics, hormones, and steroids. The herd grazes freely on pesticide and herbicide-free pastures all spring, summer, and fall; in the winter, they are fed their own sun-dried hay and baleage. Their animals have never been fed any corn or grain.

Crooked Stick Pops creates craft ice pops, made from locally sourced ingredients, when possible. Purists love Orange Cream, Watermelon, and Strawberry Lemonade, while the adventurous might try Ginger Peach, Blueberry Lavender, or Maple Pear.

ElleNaturel makes handcrafted beauty products with only the finest ingredients.  Products are made with ingredients like shea butter, cocoa butter, mango butter, honey, beeswax, coconut oil, jojoba oil, essential oils, just to name a few. All products are 90-100% natural. including body butter, hand balm, body soap, lip balm & glosses, bath bombs & salts and so much more.

Five a Day Farms grows locally and sustainably to provide high quality, affordable and healthy produce directly to members of the surrounding community.

HillTown Grazers raises heritage pigs, cattle, sheep, goats and chickens in the green hills of Western Mass.  Our grass fed herds are sustainably managed and rotationally grazed, their diet rounded out with locally sourced vegetables, grains and dairy.  We are committed to long term land stewardship are proud to offer high quality Pork, Beef, Lamb, Broiler Chicken and Goat raised in a sustainable way.

Lovefield Way Garden Arts grows plants, vegetables, flowers, herbs, and creates hand-crafted hanging planters in Easthampton.

Nuestras Raíces is a grass-roots organization that promotes economic, human and community development in Holyoke, Massachusetts through projects relating to food, agriculture, and social justice. Our 30-acre urban farm, a place where culture and agriculture coexist, is where we grow our diversified vegetables including Puerto Rican and Latino cultural crops. Some of our specialties include aji dulce (sweet pepper), gandules (pigeon peas), and calabaza (winter squash) and we will almost always be stocked with cilantro, lettuce and scallions. At the market you may see new faces at our stand each week as we give each of our farmers-in-training the chance to experience working the market.

Passalongs Flower Farm and Wicked Small Batch Jammery is owned by Adrienne Bashista, whose hilltop farm in Florence was started the summer of 2015. Passalongs specializes in seasonal fresh flowers and tiny batches of jam whose ingredients are sourced as locally as possible. Passalongs also does flower design for parties and celebrations, DIY buckets for the crafty event-giver, and tabletop and hydroponic gardens.

Riverside Gardens is a farm and greenhouse program that provides adults with developmental disabilities employment opportunities. The plants and produce we grow are sold at our farm stand in the Cottage Street Art Studios, at farmers markets and at local restaurants. In the winter we grow greens in our greenhouse and also create holiday decorations. Riverside Gardens is one of several programs of the not-for-profit Riverside Industries, Inc.

Sage Meadow Farm takes pride in their luxurious artisan goat milk soap.  Their soaps are hand made, with all natural skin-nourishing oils which are blended with goat milk from their farm in Easthampton, Massachusetts. They will also be bringing goat cheese to market, starting summer of 2017.

White Cedar Farm brings a wide variety of local vegetables, fruits, plants, honey, and other agricultural products to market each week. What they don’t grow, they source from local farms!


The Easthampton Farmers’ and Makers’ Market is seeking vendors for the 2017 market!

Vendors of all agricultural products, arts, crafts, foodstuffs, body products, or any homemade, homegrown, or homecrafted items are invited to apply!

Market Rules and Regulations are here.

Market application is here.

Please email our Market Manager at if you have any questions.