Sunday, February 9, 2020
APPLY NOW FOR THE 2020 SUMMER MARKET!
The Hartland Farmers' Market is now accepting applications for our 2020 summer market. The market will run every Friday from May 29-September 25 4-7 p.m.
The 2020 Application can be found here: 2020 Application
The 2020 Rules can be found here: 2020 Rules
All information can also be found at our website www.hartlandfarmersmarket.com
Please contact the market manager with any questions
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
2019 Hartland Holiday Market
The 2019 Hartland Holiday Market is December 14th 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the Hartland Elementary School. If you are interested in vending at our market this year, please fill out an application and return via mail or email.
Here is a link: Application
You can also find a link on our website: Website
Thursday, September 26, 2019
The last Hartland Farmers' Market is this Friday 9/27 4-7. Keith Williams will be performing for us!
Our Vendors this week:
Artisan Eats VT - Made to order locally sourced prepared foods
Contented Butterfly - Produce, eggs, herbs, jam, lamb, yarn
Crystal Stone's Baked Goods - Homemade baked goods, eggs, some produce
Dinner of Herbs - Zentangle art, handmade
Fungal Forest Farm - Gourmet mushrooms, wild edibles
HeartLand Farms - Produce, honey, value added goods
Nada's Notes and Photos - Note cards and paper, printed photos all taken by Nada, eggsWinebrook Farm - Frozen yogurt, eggs, some produce
Wondering what to do with the last bits from this summer's garden?
A little bit of celery here, a few carrots there and a stray onion can become a wonderful helpmate in the Winter Kitchen called Verdurette! Its a kind of drystock that requires no refrigeration, and can be stored in a glass jar on your countertop all year long. Nice, huh???
Every summer's end, our family marks the passing of the gardening season by gathering up the ends of the harvest and making a few Verdurettes.
They are very inexpensive, easy to make and very versatile!
You can make ones with different flavor combinations to suit your needs and they can be bases for soups, sauces, sa
lsas, dressings or even b for meats!
If you are curious, your friendly neighborhood Garden Club folks are going to be doing
a Verdurette DEMO
at theLASTFarmers' Market this Friday from 430-5ish!
We'll also have a discussion about how folks now and before stored foods
without refrigeration or canning...
...come join the conversation!!