Wayland Winter Farmers’ Market

Last winter we made a bunch of noise and said we would organize a winter farmers’ market for the Boston area. Well, just to be clear, they are no small feat and require at least a year’s worth of planning (farmers, after all, plan their crops at least a year in advance). So hats off to Peg Mallett for getting this off the ground.

Saturdays, 10 am - 1 pm, January 16 - February 27, Russell’s Garden Center, Route 20, Wayland.

And here is a partial list of vendors:

Bola Granola Crunchy almond granola
Dragonfly Longarm Quilting Quilts & finishing services
E & T Farms Lettuce mixes, honey, beeswax products
Fairweather Farm Vegetables
Gay Grace Tea Tea and baked goods
Giovanna Gelato Gelato and sorbet
Great Harvest Bread Delicious breads
Healthy Habits Kitchen Healthy, fast, affordable meals
Karma Coffee Locally roasted, fair trade coffee
Moonbrine Pickles Dill or hot pickles, pickle t-shirts
Mr. Tarzan Raw milk, lamb, veal & yogurt
North Brook Alpaca Alpaca yarn & yarn garments
North Star Farm Mixed greens, radishes, carrots, broccoli, brussels sprouts, kale, fresh mozzarella, pasta/ravioli
Red Fire Farm Kale, collards, parsnips, celeriac, rutabagas, turnips, potatoes, sweet potatoes, cilantro, rosemary, onions, shallots and more
Samira’s Homemade Authentic Egyptian & Lebanese food
Silverbrook Farm Jams, jelly & honey
Springdell Farm All natural grass-fed Black Angus Beef, Our own honey, naturally raised pork, eggs and yarn from our own sheep, apples, potatoes and winter squash
Warren Farm Pure maple syrup & maple products
Winter Moon Farm of Hadley Organic carrots, beets, parsnips, turnips, potatoes, radishes





  1. THIS is awesome. Thanks to the coordinators and to the vendors.

  2. Great! If you plan on going and would like a paying carpool rider let me know.

  3. I am so excited for this!

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