Seacoast Farmers’ Markets. Now open for business.

This month, the seacoast welcomes the opening of many area Farmers’ Markets that sell a plethora of fruits, vegetables, eggs, dairy products, flowers, homemade goods and crafts that are grown and produced right here in our backyards from local farms and vendors.

Check out our directory of area Farmers’ Markets and see for yourself what all the fuss is about. Many markets are held on the weekends—try making this part of your family’s traditional weekend activities (out for breakfast, hit up the Farmers’ Market, get the kids involved with what to buy and then go home to make a delicious/nutritious lunch out of your purchases). Buying local never tasted so good.

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  1. I agree with you! My kids love the fresh veggies from the market. They help me pick out our loot and love to get involved. Last year, I caught them sneaking KALE out of the bag on the drive home! KALE!!!! This week in Dover we grabbed Swiss Chard and Radishes, both of which they have eaten happily!

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