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 Farmers’ Market is open every Sunday from May through October from 9 AM to 1 PM at the Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine St, Flemington.

Shoppers will find fruits and vegetables, all-natural meats, fresh-baked breads, cave-ripened cheeses, pies, fresh-cut flowers and more.

The Dvoor Farm is located at 111 Mine Street in Flemington, right on the traffic circle. Look for the iconic “Dvoor Bros.” freshly painted on the roof of our horse barn. Parking is free and convenient right near our farm stands, and good dogs are welcome. Most farmers accept credit cards.

Visit the Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market Facebook page for updates on each week’s market!

This year’s market will include the following local farmers and vendors:

Apple Ridge Farm
Artisan breads and hearty pastries.

Bobolink Dairy and Bakehouse
A variety of artisan breads and award-winning cheeses.

Burek by Zeni
A delicious assortment of bureks — phyllo dough stuffed with meats, cheese and vegetables.

Cabbage Throw Farm
An amazing selection of organic vegetables and fruits.

Fieldstone Coffee Roasters
Organic, fair-trade coffees and luxury grade teas offered ready-to-drink or brew at home.  Coming soon: Breakfast sandwiches and bowls from the “Tiny Barn”.

Gorgeous Goat Creamery
Bottled goat milk, goat cheese, goat’s milk yogurt, soap, lotion, and seasonal ceramics. 

Grand Cru Farm
Sustainably grown local produce.

Honeycakes European Sweets & Treats
European-inspired savory entrees, sweet breads and bread rolls, cake slices, and pastries.

Hunterdon Tree and Shrub
Potted ornamental landscape trees and shrubs.

Jersey Girl Spices & Jersey Jerk Relish
A collection of fresh dried seasonings and locally-produced jalapeño relish.

Marzipan and Desserts
A mouth-watering selection of elegant desserts including  — of course! — marzipan.

One Compost Can
Collection of residential food waste for composting. Composting reduces trash in landfills and enriches soils without chemicals.

Pickle Culture
A variety of pickles and olives.

Pretty Bird Farm
Specialty floral bouquets, starter plants, and honey from a family farm.

Purely Farm
Specialty sausages, which blend the simple quality and flavor of the farm’s meats with the creative passion of a couple farm foodies. You’ll also find a variety of pork and turkey products — all pasture-raised, non-GMO, and hormone and antibiotic free — along with eggs and other fine products.

Rooster Ranch
Rooster Ranch offers a fine selection of local beef and chicken (breasts, legs — even chicken feet for a tasty broth), hot dogs, and breakfast sausages.

Sprinkle Squad
Artisanal cookies, stuffed cookies, and cookie pies.

Toadshade Wildflower Farm
Native, perennial plants and seeds (attending in May, June, and September).

Untamed Ferments
Locally fermented products including probiotic kombucha, kimchi, and krauts.

Wildspawn Mushrooms
Foraged and cultivated gourmet mushrooms along with mushroom jerky and tinctures.