310 Commerical Street

Rockport, ME 04856

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Rockport Farmers Market

Farmers Market on Saturdays

Rockport Farmers Market

Join us every Saturday from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM at our Farmers Market! The market is a great opportunity to buy locally grown veggies, eggs, pork, CBD oil, honey, bread, mushrooms, granola, cookies, lamb, beef, herbs, and seasonal goodies from area farmers. Some of our market vendors include:


Interested in becoming a vendor? Please contact Skip at (207)754-9052 or email him at [email protected]. ​

 

 

 Year-round Vendors

Dilly Dally Farm has crispy bright greens, a wide range of root vegetables, tomatoes, peppers, garlic, herbs, and other vegetables. Their happy, well-loved hens also provide farm-fresh eggs.
Mannafest Mushrooms grows beautiful and succulent fresh mushrooms. Offering lions mane and multiple oyster varieties. These special mushrooms have adaptogenic, antioxidant and immune-boosting properties.
Green Meadow Farm has pasture-raised poultry, turkey, pork, and grass-fed beef. From roasts to soup bones to whole birds to burgers, they have all your protein needs covered.

Lina’s Kitchen Garden has artisanal sourdough bread, bagels, cakes, and pastries. Their baked goods are lightened up with the health benefits of sourdough and ingredients grown in her garden.

York Hill Farm creates delicious soft cheeses from locally sourced cow and goat milk. Their cheese has a perfectly creamy texture and comes in a range of unique flavors.

Offering maple syrup and maple products made with old and new techniques, hanging sap buckets, and setting up tubing lines wherever we can! Sap is boiled down over a wood fired evaporator using wood we harvest locally. They also bring naturally grown produce.

Tanya Harsch brings her beautiful art to practical life in kitchen linens, greeting cards, stationery, and more.

A small, sustainable Nigerian Dwarf Goat Dairy utilizing holistic and organic practices whenever possible to nurture our animals and the community around us. We produce and bottle raw milk that is creamy & high in butterfat.

Two Daughters Sea Salt Company culls salt from the pristine waters of Penobscot Bay, Maine. Refined in the Japanese’s Agehama style of wood fire evaporation, we put our love into every crystal to bring out the finer tastes in your dish.

Pairing natural elements like bark, twigs, shells from Maine and recycled containers, her unique vases are truly a work of art that come from a profound love of bark’s texture, the beauty of flowers, and deep connection to the place that is Maine.

Luna Moth

Luna Moth Herbs is a small farm growing healing and culinary herbs. Her offerings range from teas to syrups to tonics and more.

 

 

Seasonal Vendors

Scott and Michelle Young of Tenants Harbor bring their freshly caught scallops. Scallops are one of the best parts of winter in Maine – get what you can while you can while the season

Fall & Winter

Pressed for Cider is MOFGA certified, and the apples are picked at the St George River Orchard in Union. Our blend of cider changes every few weeks with a variety of apples from Northern Spy, Rome, Cortland and Imperial Red to name a few.

Winter’s Rush Farm

Summer – Fall

Winter’s Rush Farm grows 1.5 acres of perennial gardens and field grown annuals, with more seasonal plantings added each year. This impressive variety of blooms is brought to market in impeccably designed, fresh market bouquets.

Winter

Northport Campground Cafe has sweet baked treats, house-made sandwiches, and party platters for your gatherings.

Winter

TimberCliffe Cottage Inn has Old World, European baked goods.

Winter

Trent’s Maine Food Truck offers a hot made-to-order breakfast with ingredients sourced from the other vendors at the market.

Organic Matter Farm is an organic vegetable market garden.  Using sustainable ecological methods, he avoids plastic use as much as possible and strives to nourish the earth and his community through farming.

 

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