The Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust’s Farmers’ Market was established in 1999 to advance the Land Trust’s mission of supporting local agriculture. Located on Crystal Spring Farm, a 320 acre farm owned by the Land Trust, the market is now one of the largest in Maine. With forty vendors, many of whom have been with the market since its inception, the market offers an wide variety of local, fresh products including vegetables, dairy, meat, fish, baked goods and artisanal and prepared foods. The market has been widely acclaimed not only for the exceptional array of products but also for the festive and community atmosphere.
Farmers Craftspeople Bakers Fishermen Cheesemakers
Jacqui Koopman manages the market. Jacqui has long been interested in the production, consumption and equitable distribution of nutrient dense food; as well as building community around these activities. Managing the Farmers’ Market is one of several projects she has worked on with the Land Trust. Click the image to contact Jacqui, and she will respond promptly.
Often mistakenly called the Crystal Spring Farmers’ Market, the market was started by and is run by the Land Trust, which also owns the Crystal Spring Farm property. Everything we do – from offering a place for farmers to sell their produce, to protecting working land and public access on a beautiful farm like Crystal Spring – is made possible by you, our members. We thank you for your ongoing support.