All of the Easthampton Farmers & Makers Market vendors are from Easthampton, Massachusetts or surrounding towns. They are either producers of what they sell or clearly identify the local farms that they represent! Our goal is to have a full line-up of the freshest and most diverse, seasonal offerings each week at our market.

Regarding Crafters: Please understand that this is first and foremost a Farmer’s Market, dedicated to sustaining local agriculture, providing local produce to our community, and to preserving farmland.  This is not a flea market. Currently our insurance requirements, and the requirement that each vendor carry product liability insurance, does not provide much opportunities for local crafters. However, we are hoping to partner with the local arts community in the future.  ** Unfortunately, the current pandemic has greatly hindered these efforts which we will revisit when the crisis has subsided.

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

The application window for the 2020 Easthampton Farmers’  Market ended on April 10, 2020.  However,  if you are a local farmer,  or an agriculture or food related business we would love to hear from you! Space is limited, especially during this pandemic, but we are always open to new agricultural products, especially if your business accepts SNAP and HIP. Also, we are always looking forward to the next season, so please fill out the application below if you think our market will work for you.  We also welcome any email inquiries from musicians, entertainers, community organizations and non-profit organizations.

(*However, due to Covid-19, we are not permitted to have social gatherings or entertainment at this time.)

Market Rules of Operation are here

Market application, due April 1, is here

(Sorry. The application period for the 2020 season ended on April 10)

If you have any questions please email our market liaison, at easthamptonfarmersmarket@gmail.com.

2020 Vendors Lineup:

Bread & Me

Crooked Stick Pops

LifeBooch Kombucha

Mayval Farm

Peacock’s Nest Studio

Sage Meadow Farm

Stonybrook Cider

Sweet Morning Farm

Parkhill Orchard

Aero Green urban Farm

Gwyndyr Farm

 

Thanks to our 2019 Vendors:

Agric Organics, SpringfieldSNAP Microgreens, salad mix, seasonal produce.

Barden’s Gardens, Southwick. SNAP  Live and cut microgreens, baby greens, edible flowers, herbs

Crooked Stick Pops, Easthampton. Artisinal popsicles.

David Lovler Vegetables and Compost, Easthampton SNAP Seasonal vegetables, compost demonstrations.

ElleNaturel, Westfield. Bath and body products.

Idlewilde Microgreens, Holyoke, SNAP microgreens.

LifeBooch, Easthampton. SNAP. Fresh brewed Kombucha

Manhan Organics, Granville. SNAP Seasonal produce, eggs, plant starts.

Mayval Farm Creamery, Westhampton. SNAP Dairy products, including cheese curds, skyr, milk, “Camemere” and maple syrup. SNAP

Night Shift Street Fare, Easthampton. breakfast food and coffee – cooked on the spot!

Park Hill Orchard (July -Oct.),  Easthampton. SNAP/HIP Berries, peaches, apples, plums, fruit pies, apple cider slushies, and honey.

Passalongs Farm, Florence. Flowers, plants, floral crafts.

Riverside Gardens, Easthampton. SNAP Plant starts, mixed greens, seasonal vegetables, flowers.

Sage Meadow Farm, Easthampton. Goat milk soaps, liquid soaps, and lotions.

Sweet Morning Farm, Leyden. SNAP/HIP Pork, eggs, vegetables, fruits, flowers.


Special Thanks to our 2019 Children’s Entertainers!

Arts and Crafts with Miss Danielle: Craft Tent

Emily Williston Memorial Library: Mobile Library

Welsh Creek Farm Adventures: Pony Rides

Snackbeard the Pirate: Songs, stories and performance art

Sage Meadow Farm: Goat kid petting ring