Vendors

Farmers

Barberic Farm

Shelburne, MA

Eric & Barbara Goodchild
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Barberic Farm, owned and operated by Barbara and Eric Goodchild, is located in Shelburne, MA. They offer an eclectic mix of farm products using the skills learned from their parents and grandparents, good food made from family recipes, and music performed and taught to nourish the spirit. From their flock of Romney sheep and big vegetable garden come the ingredients for their frozen mild lamb, meat pies and pickled vegetables. Their vegetables, hops and popcorn are pesticide free. Local fruits turn into delicious jams, jellies, marmalades, sauces and pies. “The Piper’s Twist” is the name for beautiful handspun yarns spun by Eric. Naturally colored raw fleeces, roving and sheepskins from their registered Romney sheep are available almost year-round. The sheepskins are tanned with a ‘washable tan’ for your convenience. To round out their offerings you may also find honey, leather work, or hand-forged fire pokers. Barberic Farm = Old skills, Good food, and Music.

Beacon Botanicals

Laura Clubb
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Beacon Botanicals provides arrangements of freshly grown flowers, and other small botanical things.

Beaumont’s Berries

MA

Devon Whitney-Deal

Devon and Beaumont's Berries bring fresh jam to our market. She offers no or low sugar jam, and honey based jam using only locally grown fruit that is grown at her home farm in Conway or by other local farmers in the Pioneer Valley.

Big Foot Food Forest

16 Hatchery Road, Montague, MA 01352

781-428-1670
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Gourmet mushrooms, wool / yarn, eggs, blueberries

Bostrom Farm

701 Colrain Road, Greenfield, MA 01301

Kyle Bostrom
(413) 834-5638

Greenfield is so lucky to have farmers like Bostrom Farm, who brings fresh, grass fed beef, pork, and ham to our market every Saturday. Stop by for their select products, which may change slightly each week.

Checkerspot Farm

30 Jacksonville Road, Colrain, MA

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*Accepts SNAP/HIP

Cardinal flower, Great lobelia, an assortment of native grasses, woodland suflower, coneflowers, pussytoes, coreopsis, Steeple bush, orange milkweed, Rose milkweed, Whorled milkweed, Blue Vervain, Allegheny monkey flower, black eyed susans, pussytoes, Showy goldenrod, columbine, golden alexander, wild bergamot, Joe Pye weed, blue-eyed grass and wildflower concert T-shirts

Cootware Apiaries

Greg Cootware

Honeybee products

Hart Farm

585 South Shirkshire Rd, Conway, MA

(413) 453-9098
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*Accepts SNAP/HIP - CSA available

Hart Farm is a woman run farm located in the hills of western MA. Growing on 2 acres, Hart Farm is small yet abundant. By using both traditional and modern growing practices, the farm maximizes efficiency with a small labor team and maintains beautiful and bountiful fields. The farm implements low-till methods and uses both organic and non-GMO seed and grain and organic fertilizers and pest deterrents in order to maintain naturally organic and nurtured produce.

Jesse's Best dba Jesse's Best Tomato Plants

Jesse J. Sinclair
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Jesse's Best Tomato Plants specializes in rare, unusual, hard-to-find, and popular non-GMO vegetable plant starts.

Just Roots

Greenfield, MA

Meryl Latronica
(413) 325-8969
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*Accepts SNAP/HIP - CSA available

Just Roots is a tenacious and equity focused organization with a goal to change the food system by creating equitable access to healthy, local food in Western Massachusetts, and working toward just, vibrant, and sustainable farm and food systems everywhere. At the market, you will find culinary herbs, vegetables, fruit, branded merch, and dry goods!

Livingstone Mycology

Westhampton, MA

Hunter and Nich
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Livingstone Mycology specializes in upcycling pre consumer food waste such as coffee grounds and spent brewer's grain to grow high quality gourmet mushrooms.

Lyonsville Farm

126 Main Rd, Colrain, MA 01340

Maria Topitzer
(413) 339-4393
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Every Saturday, April 30 - October 29th

Lyonsville Farm is a woman-owned 3 acre farm in Buckland. We grow a wide range of vegetables, flowers, and plants using organic practices. Raspberries, strawberries, herbs, vegetables, starts, annuals, perennials, fresh and dried flower bouquets, eggs.

Nancy's Backyard

Nancy Palmgreen

I grow local native shade plants from seed in my backyard. My seeds are gathered locally or collected from my own native gardens. I have been growing natives since 1988. Most take five years or more to reach maturity. During the winter months I make pillows from vintage material including leather and oriental rug pillows in a variety of sizes.

P. K. Industries

MA

Peter Kretzenger

*Accepts SNAP/HIP

Stop by Peter's booth for annuals, perennials, and a variety of jams and jellies. This season Peter will also be selling his vegetables.

Red Fire Farm

Montague, MA

Ryan & Sarah Voiland
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Red Fire Farm will have a full array of produce for sale that is certified organic and grown on our fields in Montague, Granby and Sunderland. For Bulk Orders: https://www.redfirefarm.com/find-our-produce/bulk-orders/Greenfield Market.

Sunrise Farms

24 Heath Branch Rd, Colrain, MA

(413) 624-3210

We are a 5th Generation family owned and operated Maple Farm in Colrain, Ma. Our Syrup is boiled in a state of the art electric Evaporator that is offset with renewable, zero carbon solar arrays right on the farm. We currently offer a full range of Organically Certified Maple Products including Maple Syrup, Cream, Candy and Sugar. Maple Syrup & rhubarb, fire wood, pumpkins, gift baskets, small tree saplings, maple candy, cream.

The People's Gold

MA

Lynn Golan
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Locally grown & ethically wildcrafted herbal remedies handmade in Western Massachusetts

The Prop Sh0p

Feeding Hills, MA

Nicole Kana
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The Prop Shop, located in Feeding Hills, Massachusetts, specializes in house plants, fresh cut flowers, berries and vegetables.

Underline Farm

Karl Prahl

A small-scale regenerative poultry farm

Warner Farm

23 S. Main St., Sunderland, MA

(413) 665-8331
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Warner Farm is proud to be one of the oldest and longest running family farms in New England. Ten generations of Warners have farmed here in Sunderland since the 1720’s. Father and son, Mike and David Wissemann continue that legacy by sustainably growing a wide range of crops on 150 acres of fertile river valley soil. This year Warner Farms will be bringing in-season Asparagus and Strawberries.