Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust Farmers’ Market

 Voted “Best of Maine 2019” Farmers’ Market by Down East Magazine

Saturdays 8:30 – 12:30

May 1 – October 30, 2021

 at Crystal Spring Farm

277 Pleasant Hill Rd Brunswick, ME 04011

The market area and parking lot open at 8:30 am – there is no public access before this time.

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 331-acre property owned by the Land Trust, the Market is now one of the largest in Maine.  With over thirty vendors, many of whom have been with the Market since its inception, the Saturday morning Market offers a wide variety of local, fresh products including vegetables, dairy, meat, fish, shellfish, cut flowers, mushrooms, 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.

We are asking all customers to: 

  • Follow all CDC guidelines
  • Stay home if you feel ill or have been around someone who is sick
  • Stay at least six feet away from others whenever possible

Dog Policy

After long and careful consideration, the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust staff and Board decided to adopt a no dog policy at our Market. Our primary goal is to provide a safe and positive community space and it is with this in mind that we have found this policy necessary.

We continue to welcome your leashed dog on the trails at Crystal Spring Farm and many of our other trail systems. View or print our trail map of Crystal Spring Farm by clicking the map below.

Thank you for your understanding.

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.

We are excited to be back at Crystal Spring Farm for the remainder of the 2021 season

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.

Rotating Vendors

Each week we have at least one booth at the market that varies which vendor will be in attendance. See below for the schedule of rotating vendors for the 2021 season:

Date Vendor
1-May WickedSharp
8-May MaineFlavor
15-May WickedSharp
22-May Shakers
29-May WickedSharp
5-Jun Go-En
12-Jun WickedSharp
19-Jun Shakers
26-Jun WickedSharp
3-Jul MaineFlavor
10-Jul WickedSharp
17-Jul Go-En & Ewing
24-Jul WickedSharp & Ewing
31-Jul Ewing & Maine Flavor
7-Aug WickedSharp & Ewing
14-Aug Ewing & Maine Flavor
21-Aug WickedSharp
28-Aug Maine Flavor
4-Sep WickedSharp
11-Sep MaineFlavor
18-Sep WickedSharp
25-Sep Shakers
2-Oct WickedSharp
9-Oct GoEn
16-Oct WickedSharp
23-Oct MaineFlavor
30-Oct WickedSharp

Stretch your SNAP dollars at the Farmers’ Market; swipe your SNAP/EBT card and get BONUS vouchers for fruits & vegetables!

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The Land Trust accepts EBT (electronic benefits transfer) cards, so more local residents are able to purchase items using their SNAP/food stamp benefits. Making local, healthy food options available to more people helps to support community growers and provide better nutrition for local families.

WIC checks can be used with fresh fruit and vegetable vendors who have been authorized by the State of Maine. You can use WIC checks to purchase directly from these vendors. The following vendors accept WIC: Whatley Farm, Applewald Farm, Cranberry Rock Farm, Spears Farm.

From the Times-Record:
“As I wander back and forth watching and buying, I feel a dynamism in this marketplace, which rises in its clustered tents early each Saturday, and then by mid-afternoon is a whistle clean space that promises return in a week. Yes, it deals in and with the basic fuel of life, but the voices, gestures and laughter point to sustenance equally vital. As Koopman pointed out, “We prefer local smallscale vendors for whom the farmers’ market is their primary retail venue.” That preference emphasizes community and local enterprise, in short where and how we live best.”

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Our Vendors | 2021

Farmer’s Daughter / Keough Family Farm

Mulberry Delicacies