Come visit your favorite Stonington Farmers Market farmers and vendors today at the Maine Harvest Festival in Bangor.
Missy from Yellow Birch Farm and Matthew and Bob from Blue Hill Spoonworks.
Avalon Kitchens is there, hawking their yummy clam chowder pies. The 44 North Coffee people are selling — what else? — coffee, and Bob Gillmor from Blue Hill Spoonworks is selling spoons.
Megan and Melissa from 44 North
Yellow Birch Farm, Lucy’s Granola, JC Turnings and Daily Bread are also be in Bangor (hope we’re not forgetting anyone).
Donna from Daily Bread.
Saturday’s event was a rousing success and today’s promises to be even better. So support Maine’s small businesses and farms by starting your holiday shopping at the Maine Harvest Festival.
Jorge from JC Turnings
It goes from 10 am to 4 pm at the Cross Insurance Center at 515 Maine Street in Bangor. There are 150 vendors — you can’t help but find that perfect holiday gift.
Bouquet bags o’ lettuce and nasturtiums from Yellow Birch Farm plus tomatoes large and small. MOFGA certified at the Stonington Farmers Market every Friday from 10AM to Noon in season.
Come down to the Stonington Farmers Market every Friday from 10AM to Noon to get these MOFGA certified veggies from Missy Greene of Yellow Birch Farm. She’s located at the bottom of the main aisleway. And if you’re so inclined, visit the Greene-Ziner Gallery on the Yellow Birch Farm property at 73 Reach Road in Deer Isle, Maine. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 10AM to 5PM or by appointment.
Radishes are in season at the Stonington Farmers Market. Head to the Yellow Birch Farm booth at the bottom of the hill every Friday from 10AM to Noon and you’ll find lovely produce as well as some caramel decadence that has to be tasted to be believed! Yellow Birch Farm even has a line of hand made soaps and skin care products, too.
Yellow Birch Farm has some awesome soap for sale every Friday in season at the Stonington Farmers Market. Our hours are 10AM to Noon and its never too early to begin your holiday shopping. These soaps make great stocking stuffers and sachets for your sock drawer, too!
You’ll find Yellow Birch Farm at the Stonington Farmers Market every Friday from 10AM to Noon at their tent located at the bottom of the hill. Yes, you can buy their veggies or delicious goat cheese. But wait, there’s more! Melissa offers a very unique caramel sauce that comes in a pretty jar. Their sign makes it sound like it’s a health food instead of a sinfully sweet confection that is sure to add pizazz to your pancakes or ice cream this summer. Maybe it can be both? Who cares! You’re going to want to get some yumm.
Maine Maple Goat Milk Caramel sauce from Yellow Birch Farm is worth the drive to the Stonington Farmers Market on Friday from 10AM to Noon. It’s suggested by the good folks at Yellow Birch that you use it for dipping healthy snacks like apple slices. So pretend that you do and go home and put it on some vanilla ice cream—-heaven!
Yellow Birch Farm sells out of produce fast!
Looking for basil, summer squash, zucchini? Better get to the Stonington Farmers Market early and make a beeline straight to Yellow Birch Farm for these and other locally grown vegetables. As you can see from this photo, they sell out fast! The market will be open at least another 5-6 weeks and possibly longer depending on vendor produce supply. Keep checking here for more info.