Get to know the vendors at the Minto Farmers’ Market!
Anna Martin & her family are back for another year with the Minto Farmers’ Market. Located just outside of Harriston, Glenlee Gardens is happy to bring both a variety of canned preserves and fresh produce to you! Don’t miss out on their delicious veggies, from radishes, peas, and more, and mouth-watering fresh fruit, like raspberries, strawberries, and apples.
RR#3 6th line 6466, Harriston, ON | 519-338-2691
Full Circle Farms
Full Circle Farms is run by Edwin and Lena Martin, just outside of Harriston. With a pick-your-own strawberry patch, weekly CSA shares, as well as a colourful array of fresh vegetables, salad mixes, jams, jellies and baking for sale, there’s plenty to check out! Come visit their booth every week at the market to pick up some fresh produce and some tasty treats!
RR#1 6383 10th Line, Harriston, ON| 519-338-2195
Farming just south of Palmerston since 2010, Harwill Farms offers a large range of products. Owners and operators, Luke and Crystal Hartung, are proud to produce high-quality, sustainable fruits, vegetables, dill beans & pickles, maple syrup and poultry! Their biggest crop is pumpkins and squash, so keep an eye out for their annual Pumpkinpalooza Festival! Harwill Farms will be selling all summer long at the Palmerston Market so make sure to stop by to check them out.
Just a Girl and Her Brush
Stephanie Hood is a local artist, residing in Palmerton, ON, and specializing in hand-painted canvas art. Her work ranges from home decor, abstract originals, landscapes, and custom designs! Pop by her booth at Minto Farmers’ Market to be inspired by beautiful art.
Katie’s Kitchen Creations
Katie Baarda creates a delicious assortment of pies, muffins, cookies and other baked goods for the Palmerston Farmers’ Market – and if you’re lucky, she may even have vegetables to share with you from her own garden! Find Katie’s booth to satisfy your sweet tooth!
Find Suelaine Poot of Pootscorners at the market every week selling a variety of Alpaca related goods. From fibre products, such as yarn, clothing, blankets and rugs, toys and more, to frozen meats, pepperettes, and hides, something is bound to catch your eye! Stop by to see what they have to offer – their soft and cozy products make the perfect gifts!
9563 Road 152, Palmerston, ON
Corn from Holzworth Farms is a delicious, and highly-anticipated, staple at the Minto Farmers’ Market. Run by Mike Holzworth and Tiffany Byrd, their award-winning sweet corn is well worth the wait. Check back in mid-late July, when corn is in season, to find this vendor at the market!
Rosewater Farms, founded and run by Emily Thompson, is proud to offer fresh flowers to our local community – either by the stem or in bouquets! You can also find a variety of handmade products at her booth, including face balms, udder balms, salves, natural deodorants, hand-poured candles, beeswax wraps & more! Rosewater Farms is passionate about wellness, natural products, and enjoying the beauty in smaller things. Visit them at the Minto Farmers’ Market each week to pick up something special for you and your home.
Past Generations Inspiration
Looking for hand-sewn or crocheted items to add a homemade feel to your life? Check out Past Generation Inspirations, run by Leanne Langer, at the Minto Farmers’ Market. Not only does she offer masks, koozies, bags, and more, you can also find some delicious baked goods! Stop by her booth Saturday mornings for unique finds!
The Raw Carrot Soup Enterprise
Janice Benson joins the Minto Farmers’ Market this year as a representative of non-profit organization, The Raw Carrot Soup Enterprise. Their group aims to create meaningful employment for talented individuals living with disabilities and mental illness. Warm up your heart & belly and pick-up their frozen soup. Offered in 7 varieties and 2 sizes!
Nicole’s Baked Goods
Get a taste of yummy tea biscuits, cookies, muffins, and squares by Nicole, a local youth taking part in the Saugeen Student Start-Up Program (SSUP)! Nicole’s Baked Goods are sure to delight your taste buds!
Jessica Pereira, owner of small local business, Eclipse Apothecary, can be spotted throughout the 2021 Market Season! Enjoy their custom soy wax candles and bath products for all your wellness needs.
Tails and Scales Pet Services
Returning for their 2nd year at the Minto Farmers’ Market, Tails and Scales Pet Services offers pet sitting, dog walking, basic grooming, as well as toys, beds, homemade dog treats, and more for all your animal needs! Stop by their booth to pick up a surprise for your pet & learn more about Danielle and her services.
Ashely Arthur is a new addition to the Minto Farmers’ Market and is the perfect booth to stop by now that the weather is getting warmer. With products from garden planter boxes, yard games, wooden carvings, and wooden lawn furniture, you’ll be all set for some summer sun!
Carry-On Women’s Institute
The Carry-On Women’s Institute is a non-for-profit women’s group based in Palmerston, ON, committed to supporting the community, whether it be financially or through fun educational activities! You can find them at the Market, selling patriotic signs, as well as various items made-with-love by their members throughout the pandemic. Don’t miss them – they’re only at the Market for the month of June!
Postcards for Love
Postcards for Love offers a variety of postcard designs, including pictures of our town Palmerston, nature, and more, all photographed founder, Emily Batista! The goal of her business is to make change, with 50% of the profits dedicated to helping kids, seniors, and the overall Cuban community. Batista wants to thank everyone who supports her!