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)
Melons. Garlic. Wild Blueberries. Peaches. Corn. Peppers, Eggplant, Fresh Herbs by the bunch, Tomatoes by the bushel or one at a time,and just about every food crop that grows in Maine arrives at market in August and September. Wild Maine… (READ MORE)
July 6, 3:30 to 6 pm. Musician Julia Plumb will be entertaining. Fresh local produce, pepper jellies, ice cream by the cone or pint, poultry and eggs, baked goods, cut flowers, meats, herbs, more…life is sweet! … (READ MORE)
From all of us at the Satruday adn Wednesday Camden Farmers’ Markets. Plenty of fresh local produce and so much more. Enjoy.
We’re adding a new section to our website, In Season Recipes. Each week we bring you news of what’s in season, what’s happening on the farm news, from our members about special on-farm events, entertainment at market, recipes, perhaps a… (READ MORE)
Market stalls are filling up with fresh late spring vegetables, cut flowers, seedlings, perennials, gorgeous shrubs in bloom, herb plants, fish and seafood, dairy products, baked goods, mushrooms, tofu, maple syrup and honey, meats, meats, meats, eggs and cheeses too…. (READ MORE)
For the grill. Here’s a lineup of what you might expect at Market this Memorial Day Weekend. Don’t forget the tofu and seafood. Music by Dusty and Johanna playing bluegrass-folk. Plenty of seedlings available for that long weekend planting spree.
Market opened last week to a chilly but bountiful start. New members Toddy Pond Farm with yogurt and kefir and Kahren’s Kitchen with unusual baked goods had their first day at market. Check out this post on the site Modern… (READ MORE)
Camden Farmers’ Market is happy to announce the launch of a newsletter, CAMDEN MARKET NEWS. We’ll be publishing weekly or as news merits. Keep up to date with what’s in season, what’s coming next, who will be at market and… (READ MORE)
The weather may be up and down but you can’t stop spring from arriving. Just like bluets and popple leaves, farmers and local producers will be unfolding their easy-ups and setting out their produce, locally produced foodstuffs and other goods… (READ MORE)