Each year, the agricultural exhibitors at the festival offer amazing, locally grown and produced products that celebrate the plentiful bounty of the North Quabbin and surrounding regions. Through on-going demonstrations and workshops you’ll learn to grow your own garlic, press cider, make an herbal tincture, learn to grow mushrooms, relish in roasting chiles, or promote pollinators. Celebrate this feast of the land, honor the good work of farmers, and rejoice in the harvest season.
We may accept a few new farmer exhibitors for the 2019 festival, with a focus on those who live and farm in or very near to the North Quabbin region. Please contact Ricky Baruc at 978-544-7564 if you meet this criteria and would like to talk more about whether your products will fit a needed niche. Existing exhibitors can expect an application by email in Mid March.
Please learn more about our 2018 exhibitors below by visiting their website.
- Balky Farm, Northfield MA: Quilts and blankets, wool felted items, rovings, yarn, meat, preserves
- Clearview Compost, Orange: compost education and small bags of compost
- Clearview Farm Garlic, special guests featuring softneck varieties!
- Dancing Bear Farm, Leyden MA: Garlic, produce, figs and fig trees
- Dr. Bessette Naturals, Ware MA: handmade soaps and skin products
- Grass Hill Alpacas, Haydenville MA: knitted alpaca products
- Hettie Belle Farm, Warwick MA: grass-fed, organic meat and poultry CSA
- Jay’s Wicked, Ware MA: BBQ Sauces, hot sauces, cider tonic and spice blends
- Kitchen Garden Farm, Sunderland MA: Garlic, root and fall veggies, sriracha
- Little White Goat Dairy, Orange MA: does not have a booth this year, but these festival co-organizers and neighbors have a great nearby farmstand!
- Local Maple Granola, Holyoke MA: local maple granola, sun cider, garden teas
- Maple Mama Beverages, Wendell MA: Bottled Craft Maple Spritzers
- Montague Chili Roasters, Montague MA: on-site green chile roasting
- New England Wild Edibles, mushrooms
- New Salem Preserves, New Salem MA: Apples, preserves, and cider
- Niemi’s Apiary, Athol MA: Honey, beeswax candles, beekeeper’s handcream
- Old Friends Farm, Amherst MA: ginger, turmeric, garlic and shaved ice sodas
- Popple Camp Alpaca Farm, Phillipston MA: Alpaca knitted products
- Real Pickles, Greenfield MA: Raw, local naturally fermented pickles and krauts
- Sawmill Site Farm Horseradish, S. Deerfield: Variety of horseradish products
- Seeds of Solidarity Farm, Orange MA: Great assortment of garlic for planting, garlic braids, fall veggies, handcrafted meditation benches, rustic furniture.
- Senny’s Sweets, Wendell MA: carmel and maple syrup apples, maple syrup lollipops, maple syrup!
- Sweet Birch Herbals, Montague MA: teas, elixirs, and Full Moon Ghee
- Walnut Kitchen Homestead, Orange MA: Lamb, goat, chicken, lard, eggs, turkcy
- White Buffalo Herbs, Warwick MA: Handmade organic herbals, teas, and aromatherapy products
- White Oak Timber Framers, New Salem
- Woodcock Farm, Belchertown MA: fleece, roving, yarn and hand-knitted and woven products
Don’t miss: Horse-drawn Hayrides with Brian Hubbard!
Many exhibitors sample their products and do on-going and scheduled demonstrations throughout the weekend.