WALDOBORO — A way to support local farmers, growers and fisherman in Waldoboro will be open to the public on Mondays, from 3 - 6 p.m., from June 7 to October 25, at the Long Cove Farmer's Market at East Forty Farm.
“This is the second year of the market and we will have a wonderfully diverse assortment of products at the market,” said the Market, in a news release.
Lakin's Gorges Cheese is celebrating 10 years making original recipe cow's milk cheese and will have a range of fresh and aged cheeses available. Owner Allison Lakin lives at East Forty Farm, and the whey from the cheese is fed to the farm's forest grazed pigs producing pork. Also check out their handmade pasta and cannoli filled with Lakin's Gorges Basket Ricotta. New this year – order cheese boards for pick up at the market on the website www.lakinsgorgescheese.com.
The Switchback Farm is a family run farm in Nobleboro. They will offer cured meats, free range eggs, honey, hand harvested sea salt, artisan breads, sweets and treats, jams, jellies and heirloom vegetables.
Green Meadow Farm is a family owned and operated farm on 180 acres in Union. They raise 100% grass fed beef, pastured chicken and poultry.
Sarah Rich and Dot Gromley, new owners of Tall Tree Farm, have established new gardens and will be selling an array of vegetable and herb plants and produce, including multiple varieties of heirloom tomatoes and hot peppers from open pollinated, non-hybrid seed.
Wild Side Farm is a small scale specialty cut flower farm whose goal is prove fresh, local, and sustainable grown blooms, edible flowers and medicinal herbs.
Fiore Olive Oils will offer a range of fresh extra virgin olive oils, aged balsamic vinegars along with seasonal flavored versions of both. Customers can also reference the Fiore website, www.FIOREoliveoils.com, for special orders that they will bring to the market for them. More options will be added as the season progresses.
There will also be bathroom accommodations.
“We will be following the CDC safety guidelines, so please wear a mask and stay one cow length apart when shopping,” said the Market.