Easton Doesn’t Have a Farmers’ Market, Just Plenty of Farms with Their Own Stands

Farmer Patti Popp inspecting her broccoli crop in September 2009.
Farmer Patti Popp inspecting her broccoli crop in September 2009.

The 70-year-old Easton Garden Club has put together a beautiful map of the farms of Easton to help guide visitors to the 22 farms that dot the community. You’ll find everything from honey to Christmas trees in Easton!

I love to visit Sport Hill Farm at 596 Sport Hill Road for farmer Patti Popp’s just-picked organic vegetables available at the farm stand located in their newly-renovated barn. The farm is set to reopen for the season on the weekend of May 22 and the farm stand will be open every day of the week from 10-6, except Wednesday. Select products from other farms will also be available this year. Don’t miss the on-farm events for children and family that are held throughout the season.

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