Micro Mama's

Micro Mama’s offers a solution to the one crucial flaw of the Locavore movement – in colder climates, there is a shorter growing season. Micro Mama’s offers a perfect and delicious solution- extend the life of produce with lacto-fermentation, link the grower directly to the consumer, support and stimulate self-sustaining local economy. It’s a win-win-win situation. Locally grown, produced and consumed living food. The formation of Business Supported Agriculture pods, B-pods, creates a series of networks all working together to stimulate local economy by creating a demand for more varied and plentiful fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs.
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Love is in the Air at the Farmers' Market

Tomorrow is Valentine's Day, so consider yourself reminded! Shop the market for all the great ingredients to make a memorable meal with your special someone. Nothing can be more fun than cooking with family, so take advantage of the holiday and plan a menu together featuring top-quality, locally-raised foods that you can share in preparing. Finish out the evening with scrumptious desserts and snacks from our local bakers and artisans. The market has everything you need to make not only a delicious meal, but a memorable one as well!

Music: Paul Hubert

Resolve to Eat Healthy in 2016

Ask ten people what healthy eating means to them, and you'll likely get ten different answers. But they may agree on a few simple things, such as avoiding fat, sugar, and processed foods. Farmers' markets are an excellent way to get on the path to healthier eating, by offering a variety of vegetables and fruits, pasture-raised meat, and minimally-processed meals. And by buying local, you know that the food you're eating comes from trusted sources a short drive away. Visit us from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Welcome to 2016!

Congratulations, you survived the holidays! Start 2016 off right with a trip to the Winter Farmers' Market and replenish your pantry with healthy, locally-produced meat, vegetables and fruit, dairy, and baked goods. After working so hard to make the holidays memorable for others, treat yourself to the best that New Hampshire farmers and artisans have to offer!

Music: Paul Hubert

Merry Christmas

From our vendors and the staff at Cole Gardens, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas! The market is indeed open today, so come out and stock up on fresh produce, baked goods, meats, cheese, and even frozen items to keep on hand during the busy holiday week. There's no market next week, so we'll see you in January!

Music: Doc and Liz

Impress your guests

This week, why not pick up some cheese, coffee, chocolate and pastries?  Having a few simple items on hand when guests drop by for a cup of holiday cheer will keep you sane.  And you'll impress your guests with the delicious, high-qulity food prepared by New Hampshire artisans.

Music: Poor Howard

One stop for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is this coming  week -- do you have al

First Market of the 2015-2016 Season!

We're looking forward to welcoming back our regular customers to the start of another Farmers' Market Season!  We will have 26 vendors on hand for our first market.  Of course there will be many familiar vendors from past years, but also some new vendors that will keep you wanting more!

April 4th

If you've been coming to the market all winter, you know that this is one of the best places to get fresh, local produce, meats and seafood, and dairy products. Did you also know that there are wonderful treats for our four-legged friends, artisanal coffees and nuts, sauces, honey, and even goat-milk soaps and lotions? There truly is something for everyone at the Concord Winter Farmers' Market - your full shopping bag is a great way to support our local farmers and artisans!

Music: Paul Hubert

March Goes Out Like a Lamb

The Old Farmer's Almanac is prognosticating a rainy but mild week coming up. We'll take the liquid sunshine, and wish our farmers well as we know they are preparing for a new season of growing delicious, high-quality food. Come visit us at our greenhouse and take in the sights, smells, and excitement of the market; you'll forget about the rain while you're here, and will be inspired to experience the healthy and locally-produced foods offered by nearly 30 vendors.

Music: Errol Philips

Pre St. Patrick's Day Market

In the US, we are accustomed to a good corned beef brisket, cabbage, and root vegetables to celebrate St Patrick's Day. But did you know that in Ireland, the traditional meal is actually boiled bacon with cabbage? Irish immigrants in New York City discovered that corned beef was a less expensive alternative and adopted it for their patron saint's holiday. Our vendors can fill your shopping bag with all the supplies for either beef or pork option, as well as all the vegetables and desserts you need to serve up the traditional meal.

Music: Poor Howard

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