The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market keeps family farms in business and puts healthy, delicious food on your table. And when you shop at our market, you’re helping the Land Trust protect the natural resources and beautiful landscapes of Hunterdon County.

Our producers-only market runs every Sunday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., from May 19 to Nov. 24 at the Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine St. in Flemington. You’ll find organic fruits and vegetables; all-natural beef, chicken and pork; artisan breads; cheeses; honey; pies; plants; locally roasted coffee; milk; eggs and more. The market has yoga every week, live music, a fun and crafty activity for kids and plenty of special programs. See our schedule at right.

Most farmers accept credit cards. Parking is free and easily accessible. Our Farmers’ Market sponsors are Basil Bandwagon Natural Market, Northfield Bank, McPherson & Newland Insurance, and Matt’s Red Rooster Grill.

Our Farmers and Vendors

Apple Ridge Farm
Artisan breads and hearty pastries

AquaSprout Farms
Fresh vegetables including lettuce, Swiss chard, kale and tomatoes

Best in Bloom Bouquets
Annandale-based floral designer using locally grown flowers and cut flowers

Blue Mist Hollow Farm
Perennial and annual plants

Bobolink Dairy and Bakehouse
Breads and a variety of cheeses – including cave-ripened cheddar, baudolino and drum – and pasta made with emmer wheat

Burek by Zeni
Homemade bureks – phyllo dough stuffed with meats, cheese and vegetables

Comeback Farm
Organic vegetables

Fieldstone Coffee Roasters
Coffee (including beans and ground), teas and more

Fired Up Flatbread Co.
Food truck serving pizza, pastries and beverages

Griggstown Farm
Eggs, poultry and poultry products, mushrooms, honey.

I’m Hungry Truck and Depot
Six-grain granola, ingredient-driven protein bars, easy oats parfait, handcrafted snack mixes, rugelach and breakfast biccies

Neshanic Station Apiaries
Raw honey, handcrafted soaps, beeswax candles and lip balm

Neil’s Sharpening Service (the fourth Sunday of every month)
Sharpens knife blades, scissors, lawnmower blades and more

Phillips Farms (starting late May/early June)
Fresh fruits and vegetables, fruit spreads and preserves, flowers, apple cider and more

Purely Farm
Eggs, pastured pork and turkey

River Lea House
Assortment of garlics including cooking garlic, hummus, black garlic, vegan butter, garlic scape pesto and garlic butter.

Sandbrook Meadow Farm
Organic vegetables

Sugar Maple Jerseys
Grass-fed and pasture-raised beef including all-beef nitrate free hotdogs and cheddar jalapeño hotdogs; handmade butter; an assortment of cheeses including raw milk cheddars and gouda, cream cheese, Greek-styled yogurt, fresh cheddar cheese curds, Jersey milk soaps and handmade lotions

Sweet Valley Farm (starting in June)
Seasonal fruits and vegetables including corn, eggplants and tomatoes

Toadshade Wildflower Farm
Native plants and seeds, including wildflowers, shrubs, ferns, vines, and small trees

Will’s Amazing Vegan Burgers (May 19; check back for other dates)
Frozen, home-made vegan burgers that are soy-free, dairy-free and gluten-free, and sauces including sun-dried tomato ketchup

WoodsEdge Farm (May 19 & 26; June 2, 16 & 30; July 7 & 21; Aug. 4 & 18; Sept, 1, 15 & 29; Oct. 6 & 20; Nov. 3, 10 & 17)
Llama and alpaca products, honey, and yak meat

The Yard Farmer (May and June)
Garden starter plants (vegetables, herbs, flowers), sweet potato slips and seed potatoes

Nov 24

Our Annual Holiday Market

Oct 27 McMillan & Co.
Oct 20

The Civil War’s Long Shadow in South Hunterdon County

Dark Whiskey
Oct 13

Artisans’ Sunday

 Stories That Shaped the Lives of our Ancestors with Carla Cielo

Photography Workshop with Dwight Hiscano

Rick Charwin
Oct 6

Mike Wojik (BONK)
Sep 29

Brian Armstrong: Centennial of Prohibition

Bill Ihling
Sep 22

Yoga with Lauren Theis

Neil’s Sharpening Service

A Little Bit Off
Sep 15 Yoga with Lisa Perry Moggy Hill
Sep 8

Historic Delaware River Series: Frenchtown Tour with Rick Epstein 3 p.m. in Frenchtown – Sold Out!

Michael Long
Sep 1 En Plein Air Painting Workshop with Hunterdon Art Museum Keith Calmes