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Participating Farms:

Baer's Best Farm, Berwick, ME - Dried Beans

Baer's Best grows 20 varieties of mostly heirloom dried beans. They only come to the market on the first and last days and the last Saturday in October.



Bear Hill Farm, Tyngsboro, MA - Vegetables

A family farm started in 1917, Bear Hill is the charter member of our market (1997). Mike and Anne Gagnon are on the Farmers' Market Steering Committee. They have been instrumental in establishing organic standards in Massachusetts.


Cider Hill Farm, Amesbury, MA- Vegetables and Fruit and Corn

Glenn & Karen Cook have been supplying the Marblehead co-op for many years and have been at the Farmers' Market since 1999. They have a very wide array of produce, including fruit. Cider Hill has a farm stand and a pick-your-own operation at 45 Fern Avenue .


Cider Hill Farm, Amesbury - Vegetables and IPM Fruit and Corn
Clark Farm, Danvers - Vegetables & Plants

Clark Farm, Danvers, MA - Vegetables & Plants

Bill Clark has been coming since 1998 from his 280+ year old family farm with a farm stand at 163 Hobart St. He has a wide variety of produce and flowers



Flats Mentor Farm, Lunenburg, MA - Asian Vegetables

Vang Mee Lor has been bringing Asian veggies to the market from Lunenburg since 2004.


Folsom's Sugar House, Chester, NH - Maple Syrup and Sugar Products

Folsom's taps its own trees and has an operating sugar house and retail store at 130 Candia Rd


Gibney Gardens, Danvers, MA - Vegetables

Peter Gibney runs the farm which many know for their retail plant & farm stand just off Rt 35 at 15 South Liberty Street. They have a full service farm stand, with 10 greenhouses. They grow 120 acres of fresh produce throughout Essex County.

Peter has GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) training and their produce is grown naturally, using IPM methods.

The HERB FARMacy, Salisbury, MA - Organic Culinary & Medicinal Herbs

Rita Wollmering & Brooke Finn's small farm produces a wide selection of certified organic plants, specializing in herbs, antique flowers and heirloom tomatoes for sale here at the Marblehead Farmers Market and at their greenhouses at 30 Elmwood St. Part of our market since 1998, they also offer cut flowers, eggs, honey and herbal products.

Middle Earth Farm, Amesbury, MA - Organic Vegetables

Vegetables grown using sustainable methods Richard Rosenburgh began farming in 1976 and joined the Marblehead Farmers’ Market in 2000. He offers sustainable grown produce; the selection is extensive and, of course, changes with the growing season. As available, there will be green garlic early on- later dried garlic (10 varieties); arrive early in the day to not miss out on a market-favorite Arugula; additional market-favorites roma beans, cousa squash, many varieties of potatoes and greens…. and the list goes on… He also offers eggs from his free-range, organically fed chickens. He supplied the Marblehead Community Supported Agriculture Co-op for 6 years in the mid 1990’s. Visit his blog at


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