Wilmot Farmers Market

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Angie’s Bakery: Breads, pies, pastries, quiche, crepes. Angelika Stephens, email:

Cardigan Mountain Soap Works: handmade soaps, lotions, lip balm, sachets, herbal products, looseleaf herbal teas, bugs away lotion spray, a few herb or vegetable plants. Lilly Glatz, (603)744-6688, 

Cutting Farm: eggs, honey, lotion, small fruits, jams, jellies, beeswax candles, maple products, some produce, berries.  Susan and Keith Cutting,
Email, Facebook

Ewe and I Farm: yarn and roving, hand knits, goat milk soaps, lotions, vegetables, flowers, eggs, recycled grain totes.  Cindy Yeager, (603)927-4518;
Email; website.

Feather Stone Farm: Fruits and vegetables. Goat milk products(cheese, cream, feta), starter plants.  Christine St.Clair, email: christinestclair103@gmail.com.

Good Enough Farm: greens, celery, squash, kale, radish, carrots, peas, corn, tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, eggplant, cilantro, parsley, peaches, pears, apples, berries. Sean Sullivan, (603-748-8744), 
Hibernating Artist: notepads, notecards, prints, puzzles, mugs, fabric door hangers, sparkle pencils. Rosemary McGuirk, (603)748-2115, 

Huntoon Farm: pork, beef, chicken, turkey (Sept.), eggs. Baked goods: breads, pies, desserts, pastries, donuts, cookies. Prepared foods: entrées, meat pies, salads.  Donna and Phil Sprague, Phone: (603)768-5579; 

Jehovah's Witnesses: full time 
    Bible-based free literature. John Mulhern, website

Wind  Swept Farm Lots of vegetables, carrots, tomatoes, cucumbers, salad mixes, beets, squash, eggplant, kale, peas, beans, granola, herbs. Tim Gallagher, Andover, NH  email: tjgallagher@yahoo.com, phone: 603-934-2748.


    Wilmot Historical Society: (July 7 and 28, Aug 4 and  18, Sept 1 ) Curiosity Shop - Memorabilia and historic artifacts. Emailwebsite.       

Off a Bit Farm: goat milk, chevre, rhubarb, asparagus,  peas, tomatoes, cukes, zucchini, green and yellow beans; rabbit and goat milk, lip balm, goat milk soap, eggs
Laura Killkenny : email
offabitfarm@yahoo.com; website: offabitfarm.com

Canterbury Plantation -(dates unknown at this time) Potted herbs, annuals, vegetables Kevin Bragg, Canterburyplantation.com

Highland Lake Apple Farm
: (dates to be announced later) jams, jellies, relish, cucumber pickles, apple butter, marmalades, chutneys, rhubarb, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, cider, cut flowers, currants, apples, honey and vinegar. Peter Zak and Mary Lloyd-Evans, (603)735-5058; EmailFacebook.
Nana's Kitchen: (dates unknown at this time) baked goods, jams, mustard, relish, cheese spreads & dips, mac & cheese. Denise Curtiss, (603)526-7320, Email.

Boston Hill Farm:(date unknown at this time) a wide variety of vegetables in season, jams, jellies, herbs, and berries in season. Wool yarn and other products. Nadja Hebert, (603)735-4084, Email.






Application Information and By-laws

Market Eligibility:
Farmers, specialty food producers, bakers, artisans, and hot food vendors over age 18 from within the State of New Hampshire who produce the products they intend to sell at the Market are eligible to apply. Applications, information and guidelines, and by-laws are available on line and from: Wilmot Farmers Market, PO Box 385, Wilmot, NH 03287.

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