- Airstream Café
Rita Landgraf & Ross Bunnell | Bridgewater
Serving crepes, schnitzels & sausages on naan, naan pizzas, waffles on a stick, oatcakes, cinnamon rolls & espresso drinks around the South Shore of Nova Scotia
We use organic fair-trade coffee, tea and sugar from JustUs! Coffee Roasters. Our waffles, crepes, oatcakes and other baked goods are made with real butter, free-run eggs and organic flours.
- Beady Eye JewelleryRobin Grandy | Lower Branch
Handmade and one of a kind jewellery. Specializing in polymer clay, Robin also uses multiple materials, including glass, shell, crystal, metals, stone, and more. to craft her neclaces, bracelets, earrings and pendants.
- Boulangerie La VendéenneJean-Marc Riant | Martins River
Originally from the la Vendéenne region on the Atlantic coast of France, Jean Marc Riant has been baking French-style bread for many years now. He started apprenticing to be a cuisinier/boulanger when he was 15, and has been perfecting his craft ever since. Boulangerie La Vendéenne produces a large variety of organic artisanal breads and pastries. Baguettes, sourdough, rye, spelt, 7 grain, apricot & honey and more.
- Brenda's Baked GoodsBrenda Verreault | Barrs Corner
Muffins, cookies, pies, squares, cakes, biscuits.
- Connie's Homemade Baked GoodsConnie Hyson | New Cumberland
Connie not only makes wonderful homemade breads, biscuits and cookies — but she can adjust to any dietary needs. Gluten free, whole grains, no salt breads — just let her know what you need.
- Gilbert FarmFred Gilbert | Midville Branch
The Farm is in the process of organic certification which should be in place for the 2014 season. Eggs, fresh vegetables and fruit, with jams and jellies later in the season will be the fare.
- HillTop FarmMonika Benker & Karl Champoux | Mount Pleasant, NS
Join us in our second season at the market. We focus on utilizing heritage/heirloom seeds using no chemicals and sustainable methods in the growing process. We will have a variety of produce at the market and we have eggs available at the farm. www.hilltop-farm.ca
- Indian Garden FarmsMatthew Hebb &Family | Hebbville
Established in 1856, Indian Garden Farms is well known for their seasonal fruit and vegetables.
Throughout the season they bring a variety of hanging planters, jams, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, beans, peas, carrots, beets, potatoes, cranberries, apples, pears and their famous corn.
- Mike & Rosalie TouesnardCentre
When in season: Wild blueberries sold in pints, quarts, or 5 lb boxes.
Expected attendance: Aug 3, 10, 17 & 24.
- Nancy's Seaweed SoapsNancy Rhodenizer | Chester
All-natural soaps with seaweed, kelp, Irish moss, Dead Sea mud and salt. Lip balm; other skin care products coming soon.
- Petite Riviere VinyardsMichelle La Porte | Petite Riviere
Petite Rivière Vineyards in the LaHave River Valley Wine Region relies on the unique terroir of one of the oldest grape growing regions in North America to make distinctive wines. It is noted for the quality of its red wines. Petite Rivière Vineyards prides itself in being a destination winery on the south shore of Nova Scotia. The location is idyllic, serene and located within 5-miles of three of the province's most beautiful beaches. The setting is picturesque; a French designed winery with a large terrace overlooking the vineyards
- R&R Corkum FarmRalph Jr. and Reuben Corkum | New Cumberland Road, Bridgewater
Raising top quality grass-fed beef, the farm has been in operation for 5 generations. Their cattle is raised free of chemicals and growth hormones. In addition to their beef products they sell free range eggs, seasonal vegetables, berries, pickles and baked goods. They welcome visitors to their farm. Just call ahead and come for a visit.
- Rumtopf FarmMike & Wanda Wolter | Conquerall Mills
We've been market gardening since 1985. We grow a variety of fruits and vegetables using sustainable methods.
Some of what we grow: salad greens, garlic, filet beans, beets, carrots, potatoes, celeriac, squash, and a variety of herbs. We also grow willow and make and sell willow baskets.
Everyone in our family of 7 is involved in growing what we bring to the market and put on our table.
- Sue's Homemade GranolaSusan Russell | New Cumberland
Sue makes her own granola and and a variety of granola bars. Both are available gluten-free as well.
- Watershed FarmCamelia Frieberg | Baker Settlement
Watershed Farm is entering its third season as a CSA with members all along the South Shore and in to Halifax receiving a weekly share of our produce throughout the growing season.
We are located on a sweeping drumlin hilltop less than 15K from Bridgewater. As part of a social enterprise called Pollination Project we also host workshops, festivals, events and school field trips.
On our farm we grow a wide range of vegetables, herbs and flowers and support a lively flock of chickens, a few ducks and some sheep using organic and biodynamic practices. Our intention is to become certified biodynamic within a year or two as we move the farm towards the ideal of self-sufficiency for all of its fertility needs.
We are working to bring the freshest food to market for you each week.