Winter Farmers Markets 2015-2016

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Winter farmers’ markets are popular shopping destinations in Fairfield County. And why not? We have four season farmers, food vendors who are dedicated to their craft throughout the seasons, and consumers eager to buy locally grown food even if it means braving winter weather. Winter farmers’ markets in Westport, Southport, and Monroe will run this season, all in indoor, heated venues.

Winter Farmers’ Market Guide 2013-2014

The change of season from fall to winter brings us shorter, darker days and a challenging growing season for even the most dedicated four-season farmer. The wonders they’re able to produce despite the elements – tender field spinach and baby kale plus greenhouse treats like fresh herbs, pea shoots, mushrooms and lettuces – draw crowds to our winter farmers’ markets.

Farm to Fork – A Taste of the Market at the Norfield Grange

On Tuesday, November 19, from 6PM to 9PM the Norfield Grange at 12 Good Hill Road in Weston will host a Farm to Fork event to celebrate the fourth season opening of the Winter Farmers Market at Norfield Grange. The farmers’ market has become a weekly social gathering for friends and families in Weston and surrounding communities, as well as visitors from afar.

New Canaan Winter Farmers’ Market Opens for 2013 Season

New Canaan Nature Center will once again play host to a winter farmers’ market on Tuesdays, offering the only weekday winter market in the county. Vendors include many from last year, plus a few new ones according to the Nature Center’s website: Riverbank Farm, Gazy Brothers Farm, Goatboy Soaps, Butterfield Farm, Smyth’s Trinity Farm, Mamacat’s Q Tea, Raus Coffee, Whistle Stop Bakery and Connecticutly Grown Hot Sauce. Walter Stewart’s Market, a big supporter of local farms and food, will be catering lunch again this year.

Fairfield Green Food Guide
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