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FARMER's MARKETS & CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture)

Taylor's Fresh Organics

Robert Taylor

Fresh from Our Family to Yours Our family farm is dedicated to providing a healthy all natural food source, protecting our precious environment, providing a helping hand to those in need, and building a sustainable future for our family, friends, neighbors, and community.Taylor’s Fresh Organics is a family farm located between Federalsburg, MD and Bridgeville, DE, right along the Maryland-Delaware State Line. Taylor’s Fresh Organics is owned and operated by Bobby, Janna, and their three sons, Austin, Gage, and Kane. The Taylor Family has been farming for five generations on the Eastern Shore, raising livestock and growing vegetables and grain. Bobby Taylor has been farming for ten years on his own, raising many different vegetables and grains conventionally.

Bethany Beach Farmers Market

Dan Costello

The Bethany Beach Farmers’ Market brings an abundance of fresh locally grown produce from the fields of Sussex County to the shores of the Atlantic. Each Sunday morning during the summer season the historic and charming seaside town of Bethany Beach, Delaware, is transformed into a vibrant marketplace teeming with locals and visitors alike experiencing the colors, tastes, textures and aromas unique to this coastal-agricultural community.

Berlin's Farmers' Market

mailing Address: Berlin Chamber of Commerce PO Box 212. Berlin Md. 21811

Operating Hours: Friday: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. May 1 - November 27
Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. July 8- September 12

Good Earth Market

Susan Ryan & Susan Maddox

Good Earth Market & Organic Farm welcomes you to stop in and step into an experience that will nourish your body and your spirit. Cross the patio, open the door and feast your eyes on the vibrant colors of just-picked organic fruits and berries. Savor the mouth-watering flavors of vegetables still warm from the vine. Pick up some healthful, wholesome produce for your dinner table.At Good Earth Market our organic food waits only for the chef and the recipe to be transformed into a celebration of the senses and the seasons.

Cambridge Main Street Farmers' Market

Established: 2007

Mailing Address: Cambridge Main Street 450 Race Street, Suite 206. Cambridge, Md. 21613

Operating Hours: Thursday: 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. May 7 - October 15

"Farmers/ Producers include:
Crystal Dawn Produce
Ewelltide Farm
Anchor Nursery
Down To Earth Organic Farm
Deer Trot Farm
Rocking-T Farms
Beasley's Farm
Butter Pot Farm
Wells Berry Farms
Harris Farm
Blades Orchard @ Friendship Farms
Arlington Natural Meats"

Johnson's Country Market

Named Sussex County Farm Bureau “Farm Family of the Year,” the Henry C. Johnson family has a farming heritage that extends across seven generations.In the mid-1800s, Henry C. Johnson Jr.’s great-great grandfather, whose name he bears, began farming in the Selbyville area on 40 acres.Hogs and chickens have been part of the operation for as long as Henry C. Johnson III can remember. He became a partner with his father in 1952. The broiler operation was expanded in 1928, and although the broiler houses were at one time converted to a laying hen house, they went back to broilers until October 2006.

Easton Farmers' Market

Mailing Address: Easton Economic Development 11 S Harrison Easton, Md. 21601Direct Contact: Al Bond's Cell: 1-410-714-3017Operating Hours: Saturdays 8am - 1pm, April-December; Wednesdays 8am-1pm, June-August

Historic Lewes Farmers Market

The Historic Lewes Farmers Market (HLFM) is a non-profit, community-based, producer-only, farmers market. Started in the summer of 2006 by a group of volunteers, the market has expanded to 38 vendors.
What is a Community-based, Producer-Only Farmers Market and How is it Different?

A community-based, producer-only farmers market is not just another retail enterprise. It is part of a growing environmental movement trying to pioneer ways to save the land, provide small farmers and small producers a way to stay in business, and to educate our children about the food that we eat.

In addition to fresh produce, eggs, fruits, breads, baked goods, meats, fish, cut-flowers and herbs, the HLFM features workshops by local chefs (using food from the market), master gardeners, and sustainable agriculture experts. Best of all, the market is a place where every Saturday morning from 8am to 12pm we meet our neighbors and make new friends, making our community much stronger.

People worldwide are rediscovering the benefits of buying local food. It is fresher than anything in the supermarket, and that means that it tastes great and is more nutritious. It is also good for our local economy buying directly from family farmers and producers helps them keep their land.

Ocean City Farmers' Market

Mailing Address: 31575 Fred Adkins Rd. Parsonburg, Md. 21849

Operating Hours: "Sunday: 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. May 3 - October 11
Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. June 30 - September 8
Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. June 4 - September 10
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. May 23 - October 11"

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