You can either come to market to purchase, or pre-order if the vendor offers this option. If you pre-order, the vendor will bring the order for pick-up at their stall at the market. If you want to pre-order, please go to vendor website, facebook page, or call or email vendor for information on what is being harvested, what is available, and deadlines for ordering for market each week.
Doug and Katie Wood
Pre-order on: https://302aquaponics.com/
302 Aquaponics is a family owned and operated Aquaponics greenhouse specializing in growing leafy greens. They use Tilapia fish to fertilize the water so that they don’t have to use any chemicals, pesticides or soil in the system. This method is sustainable and environmentally friendly. They grow in a climate-controlled system year-round and deliver the freshest produce directly to our local community. All of their produce is grown from seed, closely monitored during the growing cycle, hand-picked, and hand packaged for customers. They offer multiple varieties of lettuce and other leafy greens as well as herbs, tilapia, and fresh eggs.
Backyard Jams and Jellies
Pre-order by calling: (302) 684-0435 by Friday, 12pm before Saturday market
Backyard James and Jellies’ Facebook page
Handmade jams, jellies, and mustards.
Carrie, Jim, Hail and Henry Bennett
Sixth-generation family farm offering tree ripened peaches, nectarines and farm direct blueberries. They hand select daily the largest fruit, at the peak of ripeness, to bring directly to market offering customers Delmarva’s most flavorful fruit.
James and Amada Bodine
Preorder on www.bodinefarm.com or call (302) 632-2427
Bodine Farms is a family owned and operated farm that prides itself in providing the best quality beef and pork products that they can offer. Their animals are pasture-raised and their health is a top priority. They offer a wide range of USDA certified beef and pork cuts.
Chinky Salt Oyster Co.
Chris, Trina, Gabriel, Maria, and Claire Burns
Oysters and clams from the Chincoteague Bay.
Davidson’s Exotic Mushrooms
Dale & Terry Langrehr, John Davidson
They will accept cash or VENMO.com, which is a fast and easy way to pay with no physical contact between vendor and customer.
Portabella, Shiitake, Crimini, Gray Oyster, King Oyster, Pom Pom’s, and Maitake mushrooms. They also have several combinations of mushroom mixes.
Derby Mill Farm
Vicki Cronis-Nohe and Paula Soghomonian
Derby Mill Farm is a first-generation flower and herb farm located in Kent County, DE. They grow sustainably (no chemicals, pesticides or tilling) and use regenerative agricultural methods to tend to their soil, as well as their plants. They will have a variety of vegetable, herb, and flower starts, fresh-cut flowers, sunflower bunches, fresh-cut herbs, and other botanical items.
Dittmar Family Farms
Zach and Jenny Dittmar
Individual items for the week can be purchased through this link.
In order to sign up for a CSA share customers should visit www.dittmarfamilyfarms.com and click to join at the top of the page. Questions can be emailed to email@example.com or phone (302) 632-5875.
They are a 1st generation family owned and operated farm specializing in community supported agriculture (CSA) shares and pasture-raised chicken, pasture-raised eggs and grass-fed beef and lamb. They grow over 70 varieties of unique vegetables, herbs and cut flowers without pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. Their focus is on regenerative farming practices that work with nature and restore life and nutrition to the soil.
Earth Harmony Produce
Contact: Susan Maddox for more information and special orders.
They grow vegetables, herbs and flowers without chemical pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers. Offering varieties of greens, tomatoes, root vegetables, peas, beans, hot peppers, pesto, mason-jar flower bouquets, and more. Sustainable and regenerative no-till farming practices
Randy and Hannah Combs
Pre-order: Call or text 302-265-5483 or go online at www.enochfarms.com and indicate in check-out that it is for HLFM pick-up. Sustainably raised – naturally grown, heritage pork. Custom cuts of pork including: thick cut chops, roasts, scrapple, ribs, breakfast sausage, ham steaks, smoked bacon, ground pork and a variety of sausage links including bratwurst and sweet Italian grillers.
Evans Farms Produce
Kevin and Katey Evans
Third generation family farm specializing in watermelon, sweet corn, tomatoes, cantaloupe, canary melon, honeydew, strawberries, string beans, cucumbers, eggplant, squash, zucchini, an array of peppers and pumpkins.
Federal Brewing Company
The Federal Brewing Company is a small batch kombucha brewery located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, specializing in delicious, traditional kombucha, fermented foods and natural wellness solutions. Founded by a stroke survivor and graduate of The Institute for Integrative Nutrition, their goal is “to educate and inspire.”
Loretta Ficner and Family
Variety of fresh vegetables including snap peas, tomatoes, sweet corn, cauliflower and broccoli. Potted herbs. Strawberries. Sunflowers and flower bouquets.
Michael and Mary Fennemore
Asparagus, strawberries, blueberries, plums, nectarines, heirloom flat peaches, yellow and white freestone peaches, corn, tomatoes, fresh-shelled peas, rhubarb, heirloom tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, raspberries, blackberries, tart cherries, apples, pumpkins, apple cider.
Fox Briar Farm
Kathleen and Daniel Moss
Fox Briar Farm is a no-till, regenerative vegetable farm that uses natural growing methods without artificial pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides. They grow on a half-acre of leased land outside of Easton, MD. Working thoughtfully and lovingly with the land is the heart of their daily practice.
Fox Briar Farm Instagram
Gaia Coffee Co.
Preorder online by Wednesday for guaranteed Saturday pick up!
Select shipping option “Pick up at Historic Lewes Farmers Market”.
All of their coffees are roasted in small batches right here in Lewes, Delaware. These coffees are currently coming from small farmers in Costa Rica that they have met personally to bridge the gap between the farmer and you. Learn more about their coffees and meet the farmers behind the beans on Gaia’s website or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Isabel and Matthew Walsh
Pre-orders are recommended as the production is limited. Alfajores are made from scratch in small batches.
Wife and husband duo Isabel and Matthew specialize in artisanal made Alfajores. Alfajores are a popular dessert in South and Central America–two melt-in-your-mouth shortbread cookies with Dulce de Leche in the middle and seasonal flavors using locally grown fruit in season. Isabel is the daughter of bakery owners in Central America and has over a decade of baking experience locally. She grew up indulging in a vast variety of desserts and would like to share her favorite with you.
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Hattie’s Garden is a small market-garden, growing plants, vegetables, herbs and specialty cut flowers in Lewes, DE. They employ sustainable farming practices and use organic gardening principles as well as regenerative and remineralization practices. They focus on a healthy soil to produce nutrient dense vegetables and herbs. They specialize in triple-washed young salad greens as they follow the seasons to produce plenty of root vegetables, leafy greens, green beans, fresh cut flowers, heirloom tomatoes, mixed heirloom cherry tomato pints, garlic, onions, ginger and more. Their plants grow exceptionally well as they start them exclusively in Vermont Compost potting soil.
Herbs, Spice, Everything Nice
David & Cheryl Wiley
Pre-order on: www.hsenorganicfarm.com or Phone: Dave Wiley (908) 578-3159
For over 12 years all their vegetables and plants are 100% USDA Certified Organic. They grow over 60 varieties of heirloom and hybrid tomatoes, and the largest selection of cherry tomatoes in a rainbow of colors and stripes. Flavor is the number on reason a variety is added to their list. Other produce includes beans, carrots, fingerling potatoes, garlic, leeks, onions, peppers, radish, squash, Hakuri turnip, turmeric, lettuce and assorted greens. They have a selection of 100+ varieties of plants include herbs, vegetable, perennials, and houseplants specializing in unique jade topiaries, scented geraniums, Egyptian Papyrus, and cardamom ginger. They also offer fresh cut flowers.
Cory, Jackie, Mariana, Everett and Martin Savage
Pre-order on: www.Jackie-blues.com
Phone: (443) 783-6363
Fourth & fifth generation Commercial Fishermen, offering you the freshest Blue Crabs on the Eastern Shore–live crabs, soft shell crabs, hand-picked crabmeat (lump and claw), crab cakes, and crab salad–all from their boat to your table.
Tommy Eliason and his sister Susan Eliason
Pre-order by phone or text: (302) 943-8707
Fresh vegetables when in season including cucumbers, eggplant, sweet corn, peppers, sweet potatoes, watermelon, cantaloupe, and more.
They have hand sanitizer, several varieties of lavender plants, lavender honey and other products. They also offer “The Soap Fairy” natural handcrafted soaps, bath salts, and lotions.
Pre-orders: Email email@example.com or call Wednesday-Sunday, 11am-4pm (443)953-0490, and tell them it is to pick up at either Wednesday or Saturday Historic Lewes Farmers Market.
Mandala Pies is an artisan pie bakery baking sweet and savory “beautiful pies for beautiful people” using a variety of local and organic ingredients. They sell a variety of sizes including by the slice, small and large pies. They are a small family business, woman veteran/mother owned. They’re excited to serve both the HLFM Wednesday and Saturday markets.
Marsh Creek Cattle & Company
Henry and Austin Spies
They are a farm-to- table, pasture-raised meat and eggs farm. They want pasture-raised foods to be the gold standard for feeding local communities around the world.
Nash Veggies is a first-generation farm located in Lincoln, Delaware established in 2014 by Sussex County native, Josh Nash. The farm operates on very small acreage using no-spray regenerative growing techniques and incorporates elements of permaculture to the field layout in an effort to work with nature by producing both food and habitat for native species. Follow Nash Veggies on Instagram @nashfarmsde for a full look into the first-generation farming experience and what it’s like to quit one’s job at 40 years old to grow vegetables for a living.
Nice Farms Creamery
American Corner, MD
Bob and Jaclynne Miller
Pre-order on: https://fs26.formsite.com/EILqh8/jnrqwma7df/index.html
Nice Farms Creamery intensively grazes their herd of A2/A2 Registered Jersey Cows on their 201 acre sustainable farm that is maintained in permanent pastureland. Their milk is richer, full of Omega 3’s, CLA, high butterfat, more protein, and Beta Carotene. Their process is minimal pasteurization and no homogenization, resulting in a superior creamline milk. Chocolate milk, skim Milk, yogurt, half and half, butter, buttermilk, ice cream and eggnog for the holidays.
Old World Breads Bakery
Pre-order on: https://www.oldworldbreads.com/shop.html
Old World Breads is an artisan bakery in Lewes Delaware baking handcrafted breads, pastries and savory items. Each item is hand formed to create the delicate textures and flavors reminiscent of European breads and pastries.
The Point Coffee House and Bakery
Rehoboth Beach, DE
Jennifer and Jeffery Zerby
Sticky buns, pepperoni bread, tomato pie, peach crumb pie, cold brew coffee by the 1/2 gallon, gluten free- sugar free- Keto Donuts and keto Bread, and other pastries.
Reid Angus Farm
Dry-aged, natural, premium Angus beef–all cuts, plus Jerky for snackin’!
Spectrum Farms Delaware
Chris and Ashley Sylvester
Spectrum Farms Delaware is a specialty cut flower farm located west of Felton, Delaware that offers locally grown specialty cut flowers, small batch artisanal breads, and handcrafted wood products. As the family-owned property once operated as a tree nursery, they decided it was time to go back to their roots and put their farm back to use in plant production by growing a spectrum of flowers and plants. They provide fresh cut flower bundles and arrangements that change throughout the season. As a cottage food establishment, they also offer artisanal breads that focus on four traditional ingredients of flour, water, salt and yeast to create delicious rustic breads. The dough is hand mixed and prepared in small batches, to capture the essence of artisanal bread.
Stag Run Farm
Craig and Lenore Brady
Pre-order by calling: (302) 922-1271 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Craig and Lenore Brady and their children started the farm in 2003. Their family farm continues to grow yearly with new crops and varieties of fruits and vegetables. Their freshly laid eggs are from Heritage breed chickens. The spring harvest begins with asparagus, gourmet blends of field grown lettuce, and Candy Hybrid onions. The summer harvest includes heirloom tomatoes, specialty crops, peaches, tart cherries and fingerling potatoes. Late summer and early fall starts the apple and pear harvest with over thirty different varieties to suit any taste. Their farm is also an apiary, using Italian honeybees to pollinate the orchard and crops, producing Chrissy Bee’s Honey.
Weathered Eye Farm
Jay McCutcheon and Kay Carney
Pre-order on: www.weatheredeyefarm.com
Phone: (443) 220-1849
Practicing sustainable farming on 4+ acres in Lewes, DE. Fruits, vegetables, on-farm kitchen and farm stand.
Winters Farm Florals
Winters Farm Florals is a second-generation expansion of their family farm operation that has historically focused on long-term no-till commercial grain production. They have expanded these regenerative no-till practices to include cut flowers, and are thrilled to introduce their first retail outlet through the Historic Lewes Farmers Market. Winters Farm Florals focuses on growing high quality cut flowers in hoop houses and in the field. They grow over 50 carefully-selected varieties and cultivars that have been bred for cut flower production, and select florist-quality blooms to bring to market. They work hand-in-hand with Mother Nature to provide a delectable sampling of what is fresh in bloom each week on the Eastern Shore.