What’s Cooking at the Market?

At this week’s market, we’ll enjoy a visit from Joy Gagnon of UNH Cooperative Extension, Carroll County. Joy works as a Program Associate in the Nutrition Connections program, and will have lots of good info about incorporating fresh farmers market veggies and other foods into your diet.  She’ll focus on the nutritional value of spinach…

2017 Market Off to a Sunny Start

The Wolfeboro Area Farmers Market had a sunny (mostly?) and successful (totally!) opening day last week for its 16th summer market. With 30 vendors and counting, Clark Park was jam packed with local produce, meats, eggs, honey, cheese, dairy products, coffee, herbal products, lots of baked goods and even ice cream and lobster. Four-legged visitors…

Easy Superbowl Party Shopping at the Winter Farmers Market

Make sure the Wolfeboro Area Farmers Market is your first weekend stop for Superbowl Party shopping! Why not plan your menu around healthy and tasty local offerings like farm-raised chicken, beef, lamb and pork for the grill, artisan cheeses for nibbling and hot dips, crusty breads and sweets for dessert–even gluten-free. You can round all…

Raffle Winners Enjoy Market Shopping Sprees: Are You Next?

Every week, one of your friends or neighbors wins a $75 gift certificate and market bag at the Wolfeboro Area Farmers Market, thanks in part to a generous grant from the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture. For just $1, you can purchase a chance to win; the winner is chosen at the end of each…

Vendor Spotlight: Meadowfall Farm

The Wolfeboro Area Farmers Market features the freshest, most delicious vegetables in the region—plenty to choose from, every week. This week, we’ll focus on one of our fine produce vendors: Meadowfall Farm from Parsonsfield, Maine. Alisha Langerman and Evan O’Day-Senior are known at the market for the unusual and heirloom vegetables and wild edibles they offer,…