Farmers’ Market

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.

The market features 15 to 20 farmers who sell only products they grow or make themselves, including organic produce, grass-fed meats, artisan cheese and bread, honey, wine, live plants and more. Our monthly Winter Market, though smaller in scale, has a similar choice of items.

2013 Economic Survey

The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market had an annual combined economic impact of $2.6 million on its vendors, host neighborhood and surrounding region, according to a report recently completed by SEED. The SEED evaluation team also learned that our Farmers’ Market attracts about 800 shoppers per market day for an estimated annual attendance of 22,400 shoppers. You can read the SEED Report to discover how our Farmers’ Market benefits our local economy.

Our Next Farmers’ Market is Sunday, April 27

The next Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market will be held Sunday, April 27 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the historic Dvoor Farm on the Route 12 circle.

Farmers scheduled to appear at the market and their products are:

Apple Ridge Farm — artisan breads and hearty pastries.
Comeback Farm — organic vegetables.
Fulper Farms — cheese and yogurt.
Griggstown Farm — poultry and poultry products.
Headquarters Farm — lamb, lamb products and sheep skin.
Milford Farm — beef.
Purely Farm — pastured pork and turkey.
Sandbrook Meadow Farm — organic vegetables.
Tassot Apiaries — honey and honey products.
The Coffee Scoop — locally roasted coffee beans and fresh coffee.
Toadshade Wildflower Farm — native plants, teas and nuts.
Villa Milagro Vineyards — wine.
WoodsEdge Wools Farm — alpaca products, yak and aged beef.

Our regular Farmers’ Market opens Sunday, May 18 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Please check our Facebook page or website if snow is in the forecast to make sure we’re having the market. If we have to cancel the March market, it will be rescheduled for March 23.

For a complete list of market happenings, please see our schedule of events.

Want to bike to the market? Get a map of the safest routes.

Land Trust supporters receive a special deal or discount every market day. Just stop by the Land Trust booth to pick up a coupon.

2014 Farmers’ Market

Vendor Contact Products
Apple Ridge Farm wood-fired brick oven sourdough breads, farm themed muffins, cookies, tarts, granola, dog treats, liquid hand soap made from our farm and dairy product waste
Blue Mist Hollow Farm  609-397-8599 perennials, seasonal greens at holiday time
Boblink Dairy and Bakehouse aged cheeses and artisan breads
Comeback Farm 908-537-9449 certified organic vegetables and fruit
The Coffee Scoop
fresh and packaged organic, fair trade coffee, beans and ground
Fulper Farms yogurt, greek yogurt, ricotta, mozzarella, string cheeses, butter, hard cheeses, potentially milk and additional dairy products
Griggstown Farm
fresh and frozen poultry, pot pies, sausage, fruit pies, eggs, mushrooms
Headquarters Farm
frozen lamb products
Milford Farm beef, pork and eggs
Phillips Farms
fruit, vegetables, herbs, cut flowers, potted plants, apple cider, jam
Purely Farm
pastured brown eggs, bone-in pork chops, ground pork, pork cutlets, loin end roasts, shoulder roasts, chipped pork, artisan sausages, smoked ham slices, roasts & hocks
Sandbook Meadow Farm certified organic vegetables
Sowsian Farm 609-773-0840
cut flowers beginning in late June/early July
Sweet Valley Farm
seasonal vegetables beginning in early July
Tassot Apiaries
local raw honey, whipped honey, raw unfiltered honey, specialties honey, honeystyxs, pure beeswax candles, handcrafted natural soaps and more
Toadshade Wildflower Farm
native plants, hot tea from plants they grow, foraged nuts
Villa Milagro Vineyards
WoodsEdge Wools Farm
llama and alpaca fleeces, rovings, yarns, socks, gloves, scarves, mittens, hats, shawls, rugs, USDA yak and aged beef

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


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