Goodnight Farm Launches “Baskets of Maine” Website

A blueberry-themed basket from Goodnight Farm reminds us of the colors of lupine, too.

Our Stonington Farmers Market vendors continue to expand their horizons. Case in point: Pam Rackliffe Capurso of Goodnight Farm has a new website showcasing her amazing baskets. The website is called Baskets of Maine.The new website has some great information about the artist, the history of the baskets she makes, and a beautiful slide show of the Goodnight Farm.

Lobstah themed basket from the Goodnight Farm’s website.

This artisan has put the long winter months to good use making wonderful Mic Mac Native American potato baskets and other handicrafts which she’ll have on display at the Stonington Farmers Market. Pam isn’t giving up farming…to the contrary, her family is currently in the process of restoring an apple orchard and she tells us “My strawberries look to be right on time!” for the market’s May 25th opening Friday. We’re happy to hear it, Pam! We’re also happy to learn you’ve put up a link to the Stonington Farmers Market website on your website–and we encourage all our vendors to do the same.

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One response to “Goodnight Farm Launches “Baskets of Maine” Website

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