More than fresh spring greens. We have what you need to plant that garden! Our members have been checking in. Seedlings will be making their way to Market as the planting season gets underway. No need to fret about the… (READ MORE)
Camden IS Blooming. Like dandelions in srping, we’re popping up in the Old Tannery site, 116 Washington Street (Rt. 105) just a hop, skip and a jump from downtown. Open Saturdays 9am to 12noon, from May 13 to October 28,… (READ MORE)
GREAT NEWS! Market will open on Saturday, May 13, 2017 in a new location IN CAMDEN–116 Washington Street .
A HUGE THANKS to the tireless work of many Camden residents, the citizens’ advisory group, Camden Select Board and our loyal customers who advocated on our behalf. We’re pleased to announce our move to a new home with plenty of parking and room for picnics and access to walking along the Camden Riverwalk. The location will get even better as it is fully developed for multiple community uses. 116 Washington Street (Route 105) is near the popular Megunticook Market, two blocks from Route 52 and can be reached on foot from the downtown area by sidewalk. It is easily accessible from both downtown and outlying areas–out of the fray but close to town. Thank you Camden. We’re excited as we move forward with plans for 2017, our 43rd year of bringing locally produced goods to Camden and Midcoast Maine… Continue Reading
Member participation is dwindling like the fall leaves from the trees, but a few hardy souls are still setting up at least through November 12. Word has it that Imagine Dairy and Fuzzy Udder Creamery, ME Water Buffalo Co and… (READ MORE)
Market runs until November 19, weather permitting, and still has a great deal to offer. Most of our members continue through the month of October and then the membership begins to dwindle as crops are sold out. We’ll try to… (READ MORE)
Charlie from Common Wealth Farm LLC, a poultry and egg producer, shared this one with the visitors to the Market on October 1, 2016 Taste of the Market. You can read more about it in our newsletter – October 6… (READ MORE)
Frost finally. It makes the root vegetables that are still in the ground sweeter. Loads of storage veggies coming to Market. Still a huge selection of produce from corn (the sweetest of the season) to mushrooms and every thing in… (READ MORE)