Farmers’ Market

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Visit Our Farmers’ Market


Our producers-only market runs every Sunday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., from May 21 to Nov. 19 at the Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine St. in Raritan Township. You’ll find organic vegetables, grass-fed beef, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

Our line up of local farmers and vendors are:

  • Apple Ridge Farm – artisan breads and hearty pastries.
  • Best in Bloom Bouquets – an Annandale-based floral designer using locally grown flowers and cut flowers.
  • Blue Mist Hollow Farm – perennial and annual plants.
  • Bobolink Dairy and Bakehouse  breads, a variety of cheeses – including cave-ripened cheddar, baudolino and drum – and pasta made with emmer wheat.
  • Comeback Farm – organic vegetables.
  • Doc Bakers Farmulations – organic, highly nutritious plant-based beverages.
  • Fieldstone Coffee Roasters – Coffee (including beans and ground), teas and more.
  • Fired Up Flatbread Co. food truck – pizza, pastries and beverages.
  • Fulper Family Farmstead – cheese and yogurt.
  • Griggstown Farm – eggs, poultry and poultry products.
  • Locktown Farm – live cultured food and drinks including kimchis, krauts, seasonal pickled vegetables, kombucha, ginger beer, sassafras root beer and fermented fruit sodas.
  • Milford Farms – eggs, beef and pork.
  • Phillips Farms – a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, fruit spreads and preserves, flowers, apple cider and more.
  • Purely Farm – eggs, pastured pork and turkey.
  • River Lea House – assortment of garlics including cooking garlic, seed garlic, garlic scape pesto and garlic butter.
  • Sandbrook Meadow Farm – organic vegetables.
  • Sweet Valley Farm – seasonal fruits and vegetables including corn, eggplants and tomatoes.
  • Toadshade Wildflower Farm – native plant seeds, teas and nuts.
  • WoodsEdge Farm – llama and alpaca products, honey.

This year, the Farmers’ Market new Second Sunday Series will feature themed programs: June 11, children’s activities; July 9, history; August 13, nature and the environment; Sept. 10, local artisans; Oct. 8, food; and Nov. 12, health. (More information below!) On Nov. 19, HLT will host its annual holiday market.

The Farmers’ Market also provides a boost to the local economy, according to a survey conducted by the nonprofit group Market Umbrella. In 2016, the market had a combined economic impact of $3.1 million on its vendors, host neighborhood and surrounding region.

Most farmers accept credit cards and several other honor WIC and the Seniors Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program. Parking is free and easily accessible.

So, why does a Land Trust run a farmers’ market? Because buying local keeps family farmers in business and farmland intact.

Farmers MarketThe Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market was started in 2007 to provide local farmers a place to sell their products directly to consumers. Though modest at first, it blossomed over the years into a highly anticipated community event that routinely attracts more than a thousand customers to the historic Dvoor Farm every Sunday from May to November.

Shoppers can find organic vegetables, grass-fed beef, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more every week. Our monthly Winter Market, though smaller in scale, has a similar choice of items.

Take a look at our Farmers’ Market and learn more about the Dvoor Farm by watching our video.

Are you a farmer interested in selling your products at our farmers’ market? Openings are limited. Contact Director of Cultural Resources Catherine Suttle for information: or 908-237-4582.


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