Saturday, March 23rd: Meet Your Local Farmers Event


Photo courtesy of Bill Pomeroy Photography.

Join us Saturday, March 23rd
(noon – 3:00 p.m.)
in the gym at the
Harwich Community Center

You’re invited to the 10th Annual “Meet Your Local Farmers” event (free & open to the public) on Saturday, March 23, 2019 from noon – 3:00 p.m. in the gym at the Harwich Community Center (100 Oak St., Harwich, 02645). Kick-off the 2019 growing season, meet local farmers from around Cape Cod, and learn more about locally grown products. 

Click here for a map to the Harwich Community Center.

Farmers will be selling all sorts of interesting (and delicious) items. And a handful of farms will be offering Consumer Sponsored Agriculture (CSA) opportunities where folks can buy a subscription that allows access to farm fresh produce from May to October.
This fun event is brought to you by Harwich Conservation Trust (HCT) and the Cape & Islands Farm Bureau.

Below is the growing list of farmers & affiliated groups:

– Barnstable Bee Club

– Barnstable County Extension Service: “Buy Fresh, Buy Local” sponsor

– Buy Fresh Buy Local (email: (, Barnstable County Extension Service

– Cape Abilities (email: local produce, tomatoes

– Cape & Islands Farm Bureau (email: (

– Cape Cod Beer (email: [please note that alcohol will not be available at this event]

– Cape Cod Cranberry Harvest (Debbie Greiner, email: jams & jellies

– Cape Cod Lavender Farm (Cynthia & Matt Sutphin, email: fresh cut lavender, potted lavender, lavender gift items

– Cape Cod Organic Farm (Tim Friery, email:; website: mesclun (salad greens), tomatoes, strawberries, beets, pork, sweet potatoes (also sells at farmers’ markets including Truro, Wellfleet, Orleans & Osterville and offers CSA [Community Sponsored Agriculture] subscription for fresh vegetables from May 15 – September)

– Cape Farm Supply (Andrea & Leo Cakounes, email: organic cranberries, cranberry farm tours

– Cape Community Equestrian

– Cedar Spring Herb Farm (Donna Wood Eaton, email:,

– Chatham Oysters

– E & T Farms, West Barnstable (Ed and Betty Osmond, email: aquaculture and hydroponic farm, honeybees, beeswax candles and creams, diversified small fruit and produce farm

– Edible Cape Cod Magazine (email:

– Edible Landscapes (David Scandurra, email:

– Eldredge Farms, Brewster (Jeff Eldredge, email: vegetables and potted plants

– Elixir Confections

– Stephanie’s Garden (Stephanie Foster, email:

– Foss Farms (Doug Foss, email:

– Hammersmith Farms, LLC (Douglas Rentsch, email:

– Harwich Conservation Trust

– Harwich Farmers Market (

– Harwich Garden Club

– Harwich Historical Society (email:

– Hidden Acres Farm, Dennisport (Jan Rollins, email:

– Hokum Rock Farm (Steve Spear & Janice Riley, email: blueberries

– Lola’s Local Food Lab (Kim Shkapich, email: focus on shrub syrup drinking vinegars (concentrate made with a fruit or vegetable juice, organic evaporated cane juice, and vinegar—meant to be mixed with sparkling water to taste and enjoyed; some folks like to use as a dressing with salad or other meals)

– Mark Sylvia Insurance

– Massachusetts Farm Bureau (

– Nobska Farms, Inc. (

– Not Enough Acres Farm, East Dennis (Jeff Deck, email: year-round organic produce and eggs

– Oak Tree Farm (Bob Speakman, email: livestock

– Orleans Winter Farmers Market (Gretel Norgeot, email:

– Pleasant Lake Farm (Skipper Lee, email:

– Sabatia Flowers (

– Seawind Meadows (Laura McDowell-May, email: or highland beef cattle and pork products

– Snowy Owl Coffee Roasters (Manuel & Shayna Ainzuain,

– Sustainable Cape (Francie Randolph, email:

– The Local Juice (Nicole Cormier, email:

– Tuck-A-Way Farm, Harwich (Mark Coleman, email: ( local produce, strawberries

– Tuckernuck Farm, West Dennis (Veronica Worthington, email:  organic produce and sheep wool

– USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service (Sharon Randall, email: