Grown in NB

Bates Landing

Bates Landing is a vibrant roadside market located on the beautiful Belleisle Bay, across from the Belleisle ferry. This sixth-generation farm offers their very own fresh farm produce.  Bates has been selling at the original KFM since the early 80’s and began as the first produce sellers at the new KFM when it opened in 1998 selling fruits and vegetables including strawberries, corn, apples, carrots, beans, and potatoes to name a few. The amazing returning customers are one of their favorite things about the Kingston Farmers Market. And getting customers to try new things is what the team at Bates Landing enjoys most about coming to the Market.  

Fullerton Farms 

Fullerton’s has been selling their fresh vegetables and flowers at the Kingston Farmers Market since it opened in 1998. Their best sellers are garlic, pesto, beets, and beans. As well as selling at the KFM, Fullerton’s have a storefront in Long Reach on the Peninsula. They love selling their fresh produce and getting to meet new people at the Market, speaking with like-minded people, and catching up with old friends. 

Savage Gardens  

Savage Gardens is a farm on the Kingston Peninsula that grows a stunning variety of flowers. They sell fresh cut bouquets in all sizes. They can also do weddings or events. They can be found at the Kingston Farmers Market on Saturdays, and online at their website and Facebook.  

Springhill Farms

This farm is based in Long Reach, Kingston, NB, and they have a great selection of gourmet mushrooms that need to be included in your next meal. Their mushrooms are farm-fresh and include Lion’s mane with many health benefits, as well as their popular oyster mix bag. Springhill Farms has a Facebook page, and as well customers can visit their website at www.springhillfarms506.com  

Rolling Seasons Homestead 

Based in Sussex, NB, Rolling Seasons is a small family-run farm, and they strive to live as sustainably and organically as possible. Their livestock is raised naturally and as first-generation farmers they follow permaculture and regenerative agriculture principles. Their livestock are fed non-GMO feed, grass or hay based on the season. Herbs and vegetables are grown organically without the use of chemicals, herbicides or sprays. Their most popular items at the market are their free-range eggs, heritage-breed smoked bacon, Thanksgiving turkeys and their 100% grass fed lamb. At the market, Rolling Seasons Homestead offers their pasture-raised pork, chicken, rabbit, as well as seasonal turkey, duck and goose. They also sell free-range, omega-3 enriched chicken and duck eggs, breads baked from scratch with organic ingredients and seasonal preserves from the homestead.  Interested in talking chickens, cooking from scratch, raising pigs or any other aspect of homesteading? Drop by stall #5 for a chat! Visit their Facebook page or Instagram to learn more and follow the adventures of their homestead. 

 

Balemans Farm 

Robert and Belinda have been coming to the Market on Saturdays for many years from their Oak Point, NB farm. Their fresh produce includes vegetables, fruit, flowers and plants. Their bestsellers are beans, squash, strawberries, raspberries, potatoes and tomatoes. They are a 2nd generation Dutch farming family and have been in the business of farming for over 30 years. They can be reached via their Facebook page. They most enjoy the people, the excitement for local produce/products from customers, and the sense of community at the Kingston Farmers Market.  

Weatherbys Peak Berry Orchard

Harron Brook Hills

David and Lisa produce everything they sell from their farm in Wirral, NB. Their products include honey, honey related products (beeswax, etc), maple syrup and chaga/herbal wildcrafted teas. They also sell on their property from a small storefront 6770 Route 101, wirral, NB. they can be reached by phone at 506-687-4268. They enjoy the community atmosphere of the Kingston Farmers Market, and the very friendly customers!