New Farmers’ Market Shirts available for custom pre-order until 11/24. Click the image below for more details.
-Please stay in designated areas and out of aisle-ways for consumption of prepared foods
-No pets allowed in the market area. Service animals are always welcome
-When you are finished shopping, please leave the front of vendor stalls open for other customers as much as possible
Customers should be aware of our Weather Policy
SNAP/EBT and Granite State Market Match
SNAP 1-to-1 Match: All SNAP customers will receive a 1-to-1 match all season (regular match is 1-to-1). This means that for every dollar you spend using SNAP, you will get an additional $1 to spend on fruits and veggies. More info on SNAP can be found here.
-Shop for a friend, family member, or neighbor while you’re at market.
-Contact your favorite vendors ahead of time to set aside a product so you don’t have to worry about it selling out. We recommend giving vendors 48 hours notice if you have a request. Please note that not all vendors will take requests. To see what vendors will be at each market, check out the interactive market map.
-If you are concerned about the number of other shoppers in the market at one time, we recommend coming between 12:00 and 2:00 when the market usually slows down.
-Bring more reusable shopping bags than you think you need.
Volunteering at the Winter Farmers’ Markets
We need your help to make these markets possible! Please signup for the date you are interested in volunteering by clicking the link for that date below. Descriptions of each volunteer position can also be found on the sign-up pages.
Dates and sign up links will be posted soon!
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].
We are currently seeking a long-term SNAP/EBT table volunteer to learn more about this position reach out to [email protected]
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
Performing Music at the Markets
We hire local musicians to play at all of our winter farmers’ markets in Rollinsford and Stratham. A variety of different types of music and performers help make these markets a welcoming shopping opportunity during the cold winter months.
Our schedule is fully booked for the 2022-2023 season. Musicians that are interested in performing in the future can fill out this inquiry form.