Vendor website: Dawn Decker Bodyworks
Experience the benefits of a regular therapeutic massage. As a licensed massage therapist with 26 years experience, my work is a whole body approach using various modalities: relaxing Swedish massage, releasing Neuomuscular Sports Therapy, gentle Lymphatic Drainage, invigorating Tui Na, the soothing motion of Trager, balancing Acupressure, subtle CranioSacral Therapy, and the vibrational healing of Colour and Reiki.
Health Benefits: Speeds healing, relieves stress, increases circulation, removes toxins, diminishes pain, and feels wonderful!
Treat yourself. Discover the practical luxury of massage therapy. Gift certificates available.
You may enjoy her healing touch with a chair massage, only $1.00 a minute at the RFM every Friday afternoon for an intro to massage therapy, an unwinding of tight neck, shoulder and back muscles, or a TGIF, happy hour and relaxation to begin your weekend.
Ewetopia farm is a homestead farm in Richmond. We raise a small flock of sheep, bees, and a few laying hens, producing quality wool that is carded and spun at the Hampton Fiber Mill just down the road from us. Our farm has been a working farm for nearly its entire hundred-year history, and we are committed to keeping the land and our two historic barns (which form part of a complex of barns that included the West Monitor Barn) in agricultural use. Our farm is solar and muscle powered, and our animals are raised naturally on pasture, without the use of supplements or synthetic chemicals. We sell yarn and rovings, live animals, and we offer a limited amount of meat for sale in early winter. We also make homemade honey ice cream from our own honey and eggs, with seasonal local fruits and herbs, available at the Richmond Farmers Market only.
Vendor website: Good Companion Bakery
Here at Good Companion Bakery, just outside of Vergennes,
Vermont, we use a wood-fired brick oven to bake classic European artisan breads such as pain au levain, baguettes, batards, ciabatta, epis de ble, boules, and
Jackie Longe of Huntington offers colorful, handmade hula hoops and personalized henna tattoos for adults and kids. Hula Hoop sizes range and can be fit for anyone! Private henna appointments and custom-ordered hoops available too.
Vendor website: Huntington River Vineyard
Huntington River Vineyard is located on the lovely hillsides of Galloping Hill Farm in Huntington, Vermont. We are a family operated vineyard & winery, growing 9 varieties of red & white grapes and bottling all our wines at the farm winery.
Our “terroir” allows for delicious wines being made from cold-hardy varieties of grapes that can handle our climate. Our wines are available at the Farmer’s Market and area stores including Beaudry’s in Huntington and Richmond Market.
Visit us on Facebook or on our website.
Jericho Ridge Alpacas is a family owned and operated alpaca farm established in June 2001 and located on Browns Trace Road in Jericho. We produce breeding stock, raw fiber, yarn (both natural and hand dyed), and handmade knit and felted goods.
Alpacas, along with their bigger cousin the llama, are camelids, which, as the name implies means they’re related to camels. They are naturally found in the Andes region of South America. There are two types of alpaca: the Huacaya (wah-ki-ya) which is a fluffy fleeced animal with a teddy bear like face and the Suri (surrey) which has long, silky fiber that looks almost dreadlocked. They’ve been raised domestically for their soft, fine fleeces for over 5,000 years.
They are shorn once a year. Each animal produces between 5 and 10 pounds of fiber annually. We sell some of our fiber raw to fiber artisans; some is spun into yarn to sell or is made into knit goods such as hats, scarves, mittens, and socks. New this year is our Yarn C.S.A. Check out the amazing styles and colors!
We welcome visitors by appointment and have several open-farm events each year. This is our third year coming to the Richmond Farmer’s Market full time and we look forward to seeing friends, new and old, at the market!
With recipes from their native Bosnia, the Kadric’s moved to Vermont in 1996 with food for the community. They make the freshest burkes, stuffed peppers and cabbage and baklava. With recipes from Korea, they also create noodle dishes, egg rolls and more.
Vendor website: Midnight Goat Farm
Midnight Goat Farm is a small, family-run goat dairy and creamery located in Huntington Vermont. Our wonderful, pasture-raised Alpine goats are milked daily by hand. We produce our handcrafted artisan cheeses from the delicious, raw milk in micro-batches. Our ingredients are all natural with no fillers or preservatives.
We currently produce three varieties of creamy chevre – plain, garlic and herbed – and will soon offer more cheese types.
We are a family owned and operated stand and have been selling fresh squeezed drinks for ten years. Our selection includes lemonade, limeade, lemon-limeade and more.
Vendor website: Onari Art Facepainting
My name is Lienne and I am a local artist in the greater Burlington area!
This will happily be my third year face painting with RFM. Come enjoy various full face and simple designs! You can visit my art-site for information on both my art and facepainting!
What do you call a delicately browned pastry brimming with exotically seasoned meats, veggies or fruit? If you have never had a samosas, stop by for a real treat: chicken and cheese, steak and cheese, veggie, Vermont spicy potato, turkey, apple or braco. Try them all.
I was born and raised on a small farm in Danville, Vermont, where my family kept Jersey cows, a few hens, some pigs, and various other animals. Being the middle one of seven siblings I learned early the importance of doing my share of farm chores. Except for a three year term in the US Army, I have always been involved in some form of farm life.
Since my retirement from the US Postal Service, I have spent most of my time raising a huge garden and tilling many gardens every year. I also collect and restore vintage garden tractors, and design and build my own line of lawn chairs.
I am one of the original vendors at the Richmond farmers Market, when it was first organized at the Andrews Farm just east of Richmond on US Route 2. I have enjoyed my years as a vendor at the Market and the interaction with the other vendors and the many fine people who come as customers every week on Friday afternoon. It is a fine location and has a very congenial atmosphere.
Hand made soaps and body care products made in my home in Richmond, Vermont. I make my products in small batches using a variety of ingredients, for specific purposes. Using local ingredients when possible, including, vegetable oils, nut butters, milk products, sea salts, clays, infused oils, floral waters, dried herbs, spices, flowers, and pure essential oils.
Vendor website: The Last Resort Farm
The Last Resort Farm is a family-owned, certified organic berry, vegetable, and hay operation on Tyler Bridge Road in Monkton, Vermont. There you’ll find strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, currants, and gooseberries. Vegetable specialties start with asparagus in May, include greens, peas, garlic, onions, corn, and tomatoes throughout the summer, and finish the fall growing season with potatoes, beets, squash, and pumpkins.
You can pick-your-own organic strawberries or currants in June and July, stop by the farm stand any day from May 1 to October 31, or find Last Resort products at area co-ops, small groceries, restaurants, and farmers’ markets.
Owners Sam Burr and Eugenie Doyle grow for a Buy Local market. Almost 100% of Last Resort crops are sold within 20 miles of the farm, making it a source of organic produce and hay for residents of Bristol, Monkton, Lincoln, New Haven, Starksboro and Richmond as well as Charlotte, Hinesburg, Middlebury, Shelburne, Vergennes, and Burlington. Welcome Localvores!
The Villager Farm is located on two acres of land in the Huntington River Valley. Our market garden features a diverse variety of fruits and vegetables, specializing in salad and braising greens, herbs and melons. We strive to grow our produce to the highest quality and harvest only at their peak. Having limited space, we grow our produce in beds and do the majority of the work with our hands.
While we are not certified organic, our values and micro scale enable us to employ beyond organic agricultural practices on our farm.
The farmers, Brian Hayes and Susan Giovannetti, have over 25 years of experience growing plants. 2011 will be our 4th year growing here at The Villager Farm. You can find our produce at the Richmond Farmers Market every Friday; we share a space with Ted and Joan Sargeant of Still at it Farm. Our produce is also at the Jubilee Farm Stand in Huntington Center.
Vendor website: WD Pottery
Looking for that special mug, perfect bowl, or funky vase? Come check out my wide selection of mugs, plates, bowls, platters, vases, candle holders, and pitchers. Experience the pleasure of eating off hand-made pottery and enjoy the beauty and functionality of my work. Whether you are looking to treat yourself with an attractive piece or need a gift made with a personal touch, come by the farmer’s market or my Monkton studio.
Walker’s Vermont Pure Maple Syrup, LLC
Craig Walker, owner, is the third generation to sugar at the same sugar place. We have about 9000 taps and have been certified organic for seven years.