Craftsbury Farmers Market – A Vermont Northeast (NEK) Kingdom Farmers Market
The Craftsbury Farmers Market, a Vermont Northeast Kingdom (NEK) farmers market is located in the quaint and picturesque Town of Craftsbury, VT, home to Sterling College, Pete’s Greens, the Art House and the Craftsbury Outdoor Center. Craftsbury is a quiet country town located in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, with rolling hills, white picket fences and family run farms, sugar bushes and businesses. The Town of Craftsbury includes Craftsbury Common, Craftsbury Village, East Craftsbury, Collinsville and Mill Village, which have a combined year-round population of 1,136. Come experience life here, relax, be inspired and feel a sense of place.
Be sure to visit the Craftsbury Farmers’ Market on the stunning 2.2 acre Craftsbury Common green surrounded by the pretty white buildings of Sterling College, Craftsbury Academy, the United Church of Christ, the Craftsbury Public Library and the Craftsbury Historical Society. Bring your camera!
The Craftsbury Farmers’ Market invites you to visit us any Saturday, rain or shine, from May 28 – October 8, 2016, 10 AM – 1 PM where you will find farmers and vendors offering locally made cheeses, meats, baked goods, fresh vegetables, prepared foods, wool and alpaca fiber yarns, crafts, artwork…and free family-friendly entertainment.
Did you know?
- Organic produce at farmers’ markets is almost always competitively priced (* within 10%) of organic produce at retail establishments.
- Local meat at farmers’ markets is competitively priced* with retail establishments more than half of the time.
- Local produce at farmers’ markets is competitively priced* with retail establishments more than half of the time.
Check out the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets full study here.