Farmers Markets
Egleston Square Farmers Market.  The market is held on Saturdays from 10am-2pm and is located at 21 Germania St in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston.  We are located directly across the street from the Sam Adams Brewery.  The market offers a wide variety of fresh produce, fruit, plants, baked goods, seafood and other fantastic local products. We attend May through February.

We are lucky and honored to be on the menu and for sale at our favorite locations in the Boston area. We are always looking for new and exciting restaurants to sell to. Please visit and become returning patrons of our talented supporters.

Forage- Classic fare taken to absolutely unexpected places with local, luxurious ingredients and expert wine pairings. Cambridge, MA.

Vee Vee- An intimate New American bistro in the heart of Jamaica Plain.

The Gallows- A hip-yet-welcoming hangout on The Neck of Boston’s South End. Serving up creative comfort food and crave-able cocktails.

Banyan Bar & Refuge- A modern Asian Gastropub in the heart of the South End. Best summer patio in the city of Boston!

Exodus Bagels- These bagels draw crowds. Taste what the fuss is about at the Egleston Farmers Market in JP

Brassica Kitchen + Cafe- Coffee house by day, restaurant by night, brunch on Sundays. This Jamaica Plain eatery has been referred to as a "wild rumpus", in an altogether good way.

Grocers & Markets
Russos A delightful market in Watertown, MA brimming with the best produce and specialty foods.

Portland Food Co-op A great stop in "foodie heaven" Portland, Maine

Belfast Co-op A fantastic co-op in Mid-Coast Maine!

Wake Up The Earth Festival- Jamaica Plain's WUTE festival is a celebration of all things vital and vibrant. Great food, music, dancing, colorful parading and earth-based revelry transforms the Southwest Corridor Park into a party for all ages.

The Common Ground Country Fair- One weekend a year, our small town of Unity becomes the center for all things agriculture in New England. The fair is a celebration of organic food, agricultural heritage, New England craftsmanship, and every manner of folk tradition. The fair draws around 60,000 visitors and is something that every New England resident should experience. We set up a food booth called The Salad Cowboys, serving up totally organic salads produced with our own veggies. We also have a farmers market booth selling our vegetables, fruit, pork and flowers.