27 votes
Waitsfield Farmers' Market on the Mad River Green
 

top recruiters for Waitsfield Farmers' Market on the Mad River Green

  • Robin McDermott
  • 1867 days, 17 hours ago
Our Farmers' consistently provide the best produce - week after week - even in the most difficult of conditions like this summer.
  • Jessica Tompkins
  • 1827 days, 14 hours ago
Wow, where to start! Green, gold, red and yellow veggies...handmade breads, cookies and pastries...handcrafted wooden bowls and clay pots... used books...tickets for the duck race...dogs of all kinds (sometimes I think we should call it the dogie market)...the lamb lady and next store hand-cut french fries...flowers that glow in the sun...great music from your neighbor that you never knew could sing...sparkling, glittering glass...maple syrup from Eastie...organic grain-fed meats..now I don't know where to stop!! O yes the Samosa man...you'll love samosas!!
  • Valerie Capels
  • 1868 days, 10 hours ago
Enjoy great food vendors, beautiful crafts, local talents. Run into friends. Learn about local events and causes.
  • Judy MacIsaac
  • 1874 days, 15 hours ago
  • Beth Buckman
  • 1827 days, 13 hours ago
Great produce, meats, baked goodies & more. Beautiful setting in the Mad River Valley. It is a fun way to spend your Saturday mornings catching up with friends and doing your shopping.

most recent votes for Waitsfield Farmers' Market on the Mad River Green

  • Joshua Schwartz
  • 1827 days, 9 hours ago
It is fantastic!
  • Quayl Rewinski
  • 1827 days, 12 hours ago
  • Jack Maniloff
  • 1827 days, 12 hours ago
Great food, great variety, and great people.
  • Anonymous
  • 1827 days, 12 hours ago
It's great to be able to buy fresh, local produce and other products in a fun and social environment.
  • Beth Buckman
  • 1827 days, 13 hours ago
Great produce, meats, baked goodies & more. Beautiful setting in the Mad River Valley. It is a fun way to spend your Saturday mornings catching up with friends and doing your shopping.
  • Bill Walker
  • 1827 days, 14 hours ago
Great veggies from local farmers, live music and great finger food. A good place to catch up with local friends you don't see that often. Did I mention the delicious local cheeses and of course the YAK.
  • Jessica Tompkins
  • 1827 days, 14 hours ago
Wow, where to start! Green, gold, red and yellow veggies...handmade breads, cookies and pastries...handcrafted wooden bowls and clay pots... used books...tickets for the duck race...dogs of all kinds (sometimes I think we should call it the dogie market)...the lamb lady and next store hand-cut french fries...flowers that glow in the sun...great music from your neighbor that you never knew could sing...sparkling, glittering glass...maple syrup from Eastie...organic grain-fed meats..now I don't know where to stop!! O yes the Samosa man...you'll love samosas!!
  • Kate Stephenson
  • 1862 days, 3 hours ago
It's a lot of fun! And great farmers.
  • Anonymous
  • 1866 days, 15 hours ago
great community, amazing food, plus arts, crafts, and live music!
  • Anonymous
  • 1867 days, 13 hours ago
It's the best market in Northern VT in my book. It's beautiful, fun, social, sparkly, green, local and tasty! I drag whoever I can there when I make the trek south. It's so worth the hour's drive, I make a day out of it to make my trip more carbon footprint friendly.