Wednesday, October 1, 2008

The WINTER MARKET is happening !!!!!

Burlington Winter Farmers' Market Announces Vendors


Burlington - What's for sale at a winter farmers' market? The list of 34
winter vendors, announced today by the Burlington Farmers' Market
Association, helps answer that question.

"Everyone is curious about what exactly is for sale at a winter farmers'
market," said Hank Bissell, president of the Burlington Farmers' Market
Association. "The wide array of vendors who will be selling their products
at the winter market shows that quite a variety of local agricultural
products, along with prepared foods and crafts, are available, even in the
winter."

Farmers will be offering eggs, cheeses, meats, maple syrup, honey, wine,
jams, pickles, and a variety of vegetables. This harvest season,
agricultural vendors are storing crops such as carrots, beets, potatoes,
squash, onions, and garlic for sale at the market, while others are freezing
produce such as corn and strawberries.

The market will be held in Memorial Auditorium, 10am-2pm with the kick off
market November 22. The market will then continue on to the third Saturday
of each month from December through April (December 20, January 17, February
21, March 21, and April 18).

The market is generously sponsored by City Market/Onion River Co-op, The
Community and Economic Development Office (CEDO), and the Northeast Organic
Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA Vermont).

2008-2009 Burlington Winter Farmers' Market Vendors
Adam's Village Bakery
After All Designs
Amai Bijoux
Arethusa Collective Farm
Bee Happy Vermont
Doe's Leap Farm
Dragonfly Sugarworks
Flower Power VT
Fresh Tracks Farm
Full Moon Farm
GeniVegan Raw Food
Got Local Kitchens
Green Mountain Granola
Honey Gardens Apiaries
Jangle Designs
Jericho Settler's Farm
Kathryn's Bags
Lake Ends Cheeses
Lewis Creek Farm
Maple Wind Farm
McGurran Bee Farm
Naga Bakehouse
Pine Ledge Fiber Studio
Plouhgate Creamery
Rockville Market Farm
Roof Top Pottery
Samosaman Natural Foods
Savage Gardens
Serchan's Ethnic Foods
Sunny Brook Maple
Tamarack Hollow Farm
The Nutty Vermonter
Willow Hill Farm

3 comments:

AMM said...

Hi, Looks like I may have a product very similar to another food vendor. Is there more than one vendor allowed w/the same or very similar product?
Also, Can one vendor sell a craft item and a food item in the same space? Thanks! A

Liz Churchill said...

Can I order a BFM Tote Bag for a friend in Oregon? I used to live in Burlington, and now I live in Ashland, Oregon, and my housemate really likes my BFM tote bag. I'd like to order one for her for Christmas.
Thanks!
Elizabeth Churchill
seaotterliz@gmail.com
541-499-2120

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