Farmers & Vendors

All of our farms bring a variety of affordable, Connecticut-grown produce to the market. We also host guest vendors, including local restaurants, food specialists, artisans, craftspeople, and musicians. These are some talented folks! If you would like more information about anything you may have tasted, seen or heard at the Market, or if you are interested in being a guest vendor, please contact us.

Beckett Farms

Glastonbury, CT
(860) 659-0848
Beckett Farms is a 33-acre farm in Glastonbury that participates in farmers' markets and a CSA programs, including a Whole Diet CSA. They also sell to local restauarants, so if you are eating in Glastonbury you're likely eating something raised by Beckett Farms!

Gotta’s Farm

Portland, CT
(860) 342-1844
Gotta’s Farm and Cider Mill is a 4th generation farm established in 1898. They offer strawberries, peaches, apples and pears, including pick-your-own, and a wide variety of vegetables. They also grow Christmas trees and decorative plants.

Long Lane Farm

Middletown, CT
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Long Lane Farm is Wesleyan’s own student run organic farm devoted to allowing students a place to experiment and learn about sustainable agriculture. They use a crop rotation system to keep the soil fertile, and have grown all kinds of vegetables, herbs and fruits.

Rose’s Berry Farm

South Glastonbury, CT
(860) 633-7467
Opened in 1908, Rose's is the largest blueberry farm in the state with over 40 acres of blueberry plants. The farm also provides many other seasonal favorites including pick-your-own berries, apples, pears, and pumpkins. In the winter, Rose’s also offers Christmas trees.