Where to find vendors in the off-season.

  • Shepherd’s and Such can be found at the Bath Market on Saturdays this winter, and at Fort Andross in Brunswick every other week.
  • Erskine Farm items can be purchased directly from the farm
  • Appleton Creamery will be at the Bath and Belfast markets, Rising Tide, the Belfast Co-Op, State of Maine Cheese, Good Tern, and Fresh Off the Farm. You can also find them on Facebook
  • Morning Dew Farm has items available at local restaurants, Rising Tide, Good Tern, and online at www.morningdeworganic.com


  • Borealis can be found at Hannaford, Rising Tide, Yellowfront, and S.Fernalds, as well as at their retail store in Waldoboro,
  • Goranson Farm will be at the Bath, Brunswick, and Portland market this winter, Rising TIde, and Whole Foods in Portland.You can also find them on Facebook
  • Oyster Creek Mushroom has booths at the Bath and Brunswick markets, as well as Rising Tide where you can find dried mushrooms and powders all year long
  • Fuzzy Udder can be found on Facebook and online at http://www.fuzzyudder.com/
  • Fresh Start Farms can be found online at https://www.cultivatingcommunity.org
  • Meadowcroft/Seacolors  will be at the Bath farmers market, and online at www.gotwool.com. Meadowcroft is looking for a farmsitter/backup farmer to live on the farm this winter for free living space in exchange for 2hrs per day of work. Call 542-2587 for details
  • Hootenanny Bread can be found at the Bath and Brunswick winter markets as well as at Rising Tide and the PREPKITCHEN underneath the Damariscotta River Grill
  • Pemaquid Seafood can be found this winter at the Bath, Brunswick, and Belfast markets.  
  • Jyang-Lee Kitchens is gone for the season, but frozen items can be found at Rising Tide throughout the winter. Look for her at Rising Tide’s customer appreciation event as well
  • Chase Farm is at Bath Farmers Market in the winter and you can also can order and pick up at the farm;  e-mail: chasefarmbake@gmail.com  or call 549-7611
  • Pemaquid Oysters has packed up for the season, but their oysters can be enjoyed at Schooner Landing, River Grill, and The Publick House. They’d also like to remind everyone of Oysterfest, the last Sunday in September, a great time that benefits local charities.
  • Dharma Farm will continue to have vegetables available at the farm, visit their website http://www.dharma.farm for additional information. Dharma also has products available at Rising Tide.
  • Thyme For Goat will see you next year! You can also visit them at the Bath Market on Saturday Mornings.

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