Happy Valentine's Day!!!!
Unfortunately, the market is cancelled for tonite due to the storm.
We will be back next week, the 21st.
Thank you for supporting your Weare Farmers Market.
The Weare Farmers Market is a YEAR-ROUND weekly farmers market established in 2004 as a non-profit corporation registered with the State of NH, operating to support, sustain and promote local agriculture and to offer Weare and surrounding communities access to locally grown food and high quality homemade products.
Next market is Friday, Feb 21st at the old town hall and community center. The market will run from 4-6:00 pm, place on-line orders until 11 pm two days before the market.
The Warner River Organics seedling order is sheet is ready! Use the sheet to order spring vegetable, herb and flower transplants. Pick up an order sheet at the market, email href="mailto:[email protected][email protected]">">[email protected]
or log onto harvesttomarket.com and go to Warner River Organics in Webster.
If you are a vendor, our winter market runs Oct 26th to May 30th, Fridays 4-6 pm and our summer market runs from June 6th to Oct 18th on the Gazebo from 3-6 PM - we are accepting vendor applications. Please email requests for applications to href="mailto:[email protected][email protected]">">[email protected]
Kale, baby spinach and salad mix are available this week.
Beets, carrots, cabbage (red and green), garlic, leeks, turnips (gilfeather and purple top), onions, shallots, potatoes (red, white, purple and fingerlings), Squashes ( acorn and butter nut), apples (empire, macoun, organic honeycrisp and cortland), dried herbs (basil, Kitty Nirvana (catnip), calendula, marjoram, oregano, paprika, Tuscan blue rosemary, Italian blend (rosemary, oregano and basil), lemon thyme, garden thyme, white ceremonial sage, garden sage, stevia, French tarragon, Tulsi Rama Holy Basil, Tulsi Krishna holy basil, dried Shiitake mushrooms, dried beans (Jacob's Cattle, Black Turtle, Mixed), frozen blueberries, dried tomatoes, raw honey (unfiltered, unprocessed with pollen) and farm fresh eggs.