SOUTH COUNTY: Land Trust farmer’s market has winter hours

It’s open third Sunday of the month through April

   FLEMINGTON — Starting Dec. 15, shoppers can get fresh, locally grown food at the headquarters of the Hunterdon Land Trust, the Dvoor Farm on the Route 12 Circle in Flemington.
   The Winter Farmers’ Market will be open the third Sunday of the month from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. through April.
   The dates for the 2013-14 season will be: Dec. 15, Jan. 19, Feb. 16, March 16 and April to be announced.
   Farmers appearing at the market will be:
   — Apple Ridge Farm will be selling artisan breads and hearty pastries;
   — Comeback Farm with organic vegetables;
   — Fulper Farm with cheese and yogurt;
   — Griggstown Farm with poultry and poultry products;
   — Headquarters Farm with lamb, lamb products and sheep skin;
   — Milford Farm will be selling beef;
   — Purely Farm will be selling pastured pork and turkey;
   — Sandbrook Meadow Farm with organic vegetables;
   — Tassot Apiaries with honey and honey products;
   — The Coffee Scoop with locally roasted coffee beans and fresh coffee;
   — Toadshade Wildflower Farm with native plants, teas and nuts;
   — Villa Milagro Vineyards with organic wine;
   — WoodsEdge Wools Farm with alpaca products, yak and aged beef.
   ” “Hunterdon shoppers have many choices nowadays for where they can buy fresh food, from local farmers’ markets and artisan food markets to the big chain grocers,” said Catherine Suttle, director of cultural resources at the Land Trust.
    “The Hunterdon Land Trust’s Winter Farmers’ Market is part of our commitment to supporting local farms and farmers, safeguarding our rural way of life, and ensuring access to local food.”
   More information on the Hunterdon Land Trust’s Winter Farmers’ Market can be found at