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Fresh is Always Best: Farm Stands in New Hamphsire & Vermont

Jun 09, 2015 02:42PM ● By Erin Frisch
There are a lot of great things about summer. We get some time away from the cold, an opportunity to vacation, school is out ... One of the best and most nourishing summer perks is farm-fresh, local produce! In light of the local fare, we compiled a list of farm stands to visit for delicious, natural and local goods.

Killdeer Farm Stand

Local agriculture at it's finest: Growing and purveying outstanding, fresh, seasonal food and flowers with a commitment to certified organic and sustainable practices for more than 30 years.

Cedar Circle Farm

An organic farm with a social mission. The folks at Cedar Circle engage the community to develop and share practices that promote regenerative agriculture, good health, and a resource-rich environment. All are invited to visit the farm stand, greenhouses, coffee shop, and pick-your-own fields along the Connecticut River in East Thetford, Vt. The farm stand is open May through October.

Hanover Farmers Market

Every Wednesday, from June 3 through Oct. 14. 

Bring home the makings for a fresh, locally grown meal, or grab a snack straight from the farm to the table. This new, agriculturally focused market will include fresh produce, meats, herbs, cheeses, flowers, plants, dairy, baked goods and locally prepared foods.

Located at The Dartmouth Green Downtown Hanover.

Norwich Farmers Market

Saturday mornings, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Farms from all over the Upper Valley come and sell their fresh produce and flowers. There also is live music, hand-crafted clothes and jewelry. 

Edgewater Farm

Seasonally open from June to October (strawberries - winter squash). Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., and on Sunday, 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Everything from fresh flowers to baked goods, along with all the favorites of fresh produce.

Cutting Farm

Not only do they have fruits, berries, and fresh produce; they also sell organic honey, candles, naturally raised grass-fed beef, pork and poultry.

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