Vendors

The Norfolk Farmers market is proud to present its vendors for 2017; the list will be updated as the year progresses. Our farmers produce at least 70 percent of what they sell and get the rest from nearby sources. The other food producers and artisans make the items they sell. Some vendors allow customers to order in advance for Saturday pick-up.

Please note that not all vendors come to every market and that fruits, vegetables and other offerings vary with the season. Check out our Latest News to find out who’s coming when and with what; you can subscribe to get it automatically once a week during the outdoor season and before each market the rest of the year. If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please see the page with our Vendor Inquiry Form for more information.

Also note that, although we have indicated those of our vendors who offer certified organic produce, most of our farmers use organic growing methods even though they are not certified for one reason or another. Feel free to ask…they will all be happy to talk to you about what they do.

  • Bear Market – Clothes for American Girl dolls
  • Berkshire Mountain Bakery –  Sourdough bread, croissants, cookies
  • Bethany Homecrafts – Upcycled designs for the home and to wear
  • Black Sheep Farm-Meats and Prepared Foods
  • Broad Field Farm – Vegetables, herbs
  • Carvings by Dick Tomaselli – Decoys, walking sticks, knife sharpening
  • Colebrook Crafters – Jewelry, Scarves and Handmade Gifts
  • Creative Wood Turning with Richard Heys – Turned Wooden Bowls, Sculpture and  Lidded Boxes
  • Fine Lines – Cards and Painted Glassware
  • Ford Farm – Vegetables, fruit, honey, flowers, beef, eggs, cider
  • Ginger Creek Nursery – Shrubs and perennials
  • Grassy Knoll Farm – Preserves, baked goods, lavender, sprays, felted animals, cards
  • Hillhome Country Products – Preserves, chutneys, pickles and more
  • Honey Hive – Soaps and Bath Balms
  • Husky Meadows Farm – Vegetables, fruit, dried beans
  • Jenkins’ Garden – Vegetables, fruit, flowers, paintings
  • J&J Village Hotdogs – Hotdogs, soft drinks, coffee
  • Karen Rossi – Metal sculptures
  • Krazy for Kazu’s – Salad dressings, marinades
  • Lil Bit Farm – Vegetables and Plants
  • Lone Silo Farm – Beef, pork, eggs, flowers, maple syrup, vegetables
  • Lost Ruby Farm – Goat cheeses, handmade wood items, lemonade
  • Mead’s Farmstead – Maple syrup
  • Mod Pots – Michelle Derr’s garden ornaments, planted containers, cut flowers
  • My Dad’s Jewelry – Jewelry
  • Pittsfield Rye & Specialty Breads – Artisan breads and rolls
  • Plum Brook Chocolate – Handmade truffles, caramels, barks, toffee, drinking chocolate
  • Q Farms – Pastured Pork, Grass Fed Beef, Pastured Chicken, Eggs and Raw Honey
  • Ravens Edge – Soaps, lotions, lip balm
  • Richard Heys – Turned wooden bowls, sculpture, lidded boxes
  • Rolling Rock Farm – Hand mixed flavored salts, salt and pepper mixes
  • RMS Growers – Mushrooms
  • Rustling Wind Creamery – Cheeses, yogurt, pickles, preserves, eggs, knitwear
  • Savor – Prepared Foods
  • Sergio Wood Turning – Turned wood bowls, lidded boxes, ornaments, candlesticks
  • Steinen Jewelry
  • Undermountain Weavers
  • Wooden Peg – Cutting boards, planters, pens
  • Woven Star Foods – Veggies and Mushrooms
  • Ziba Cards – Cards and Customized Jewelry
  • Zinke’s Home Grown – Vegetables, flowers, fruit, herbs, plants