Our Winter Farmers’ Markets

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2021-2022 Winter Farmers’ Market Season


Saturdays, November-April


*Masks will be required by all who wish to attend. We are paying close attention to the current COVID-19 case rates and regulations and are working hard to keep our markets as safe as possible for all those who attend, volunteer, staff, and vend this season. Updates will be send out prior to each farmers’ market via our newsletter. You can sign up by clicking here. Dates and times are subject to change or cancellation due to weather conditions and COVID-19 regulations. 


Make a donation to support our Winter Farmers’ Market

Questions about our winter farmers’ markets?

Contact: [email protected]

Check out our online resource for finding local food in Rockingham, Strafford, and York counties by clicking here.**

Getting to the Winter Farmers’ Markets

Wentworth Greenhouses

141 Rollins Rd, Rollinsford, NH
1 mile past Red’s Shoe Barn of Dover
10am to 2pm

Hosted in collaboration with Wentworth Greenhouses

Exeter High School
1 Blue Hawk Drive, Exeter, NH
Route 101 to exit 9, follow route 27 west 1.8 miles.
10am to 2pm

View Winter Farmers’ Markets on a larger map

Volunteering at the Winter Farmers’ Markets

This year’s winter farmers’ markets are going to look different in many ways which also means we will also be looking for more volunteers than ever before to make it happen! We will have some of the same opportunities we have had in the past as well as some newer opportunities. 

Face coverings are required of volunteers at all times. 

We want to thank you for considering volunteering with Seacoast Eat Local and if you have any questions please feel free to contact the Market Manager, at [email protected].

Other Local Farmers’ Markets


Please see the farmers’ market calendar by clicking here.



We proudly accept SNAP/EBT dollars at all of our Winter Farmers’ Markets. At the market, SNAP recipients can choose how much they would like to spend that day on food purchases, with no minimum amount required. A market staff member will then swipe their EBT card for that amount. The customer is then given wooden tokens, that are used just like cash, and can be used to buy food at approved vendors at the market. Tokens never expire – if you do not use them all that day, they can be saved for future markets.  Learn More about shopping with SNAP

Interested in a CSA?

Learn more about CSAs and find farms that offer shares 

Interested in becoming a Winter Farmers’ Market Sponsor?

Seacoast Eat Local is seeking sponsors to support the winter farmers’ market season. These community events are an important venue for Seacoast residents to connect with area growers and learn more about the nutritional, ecological, and economic benefits of a strong local food system. This sponsorship opportunity will provide your business with access to a large base of engaged consumers, farmers, small business owners, and active community members.

Sponsors will receive recognition opportunities on our website, through social media, in our e-newsletters, and at markets. Exposure through these platforms will easily exceed reaching 7,000 individuals in the Seacoast region!

For more information, contact Shawn Menard, Program Director at [email protected]