Indian Garden Farms in Hebbville, NS began back in 1856, when Abraham Hebb started the family farming tradition. He then passed the farm on to his son, William, who added a cranberry bog, which now exists as Canada’s oldest working cranberry operation.
Connie Jefferson and Paul Mailman are the faces behind Century Homestead Farm & Floral. They have been attending the Bridgewater Farmers’ Market for five years and bring several different varieties of garlic for eating and planting, tomatoes, leeks, onions, peppers, carrots, and other vegetables, along with beautiful floral arrangements and handmade seasonal wreaths.
Caroline Borle of New Germany, NS is the face behind Mother Culture Ferments, a vendor of delicious home-brewed kombucha, water kefir, kimchi, and other fermented foods.
The name “Mother Culture” was inspired by two things - when Caroline initially started researching fermentation methods, the term came up a lot in reference to sourdough starters, kombucha scobys, and…
Brenda has been a vendor at the Bridgewater Farmers' Market for 8 years. Come learn more about her independent business!
R&R Corkum Farms Meats has been a vendor since the market first began back in the summer of 2009. Come meet one of the original vendors!
Meet our youngest market vendor - Gwyneth Kosiba of Get Crafty!
Rumtopf Farm has been a regular vendor at the Bridgewater Farmers' Market for several years. Read more about their story below!
Corkums Island Pottery makes functional pieces, garlic pots, and custom noodle bowls.
Elizabeth creates beautiful handwoven scarves, blankets, cowls, shawls, and custom commissioned pieces. Read to learn more about her!
With so many fresh, delicious veggies and herbs available at the market, why not use them to make the chunky, savoury soup of your dreams?