MARKET NEWS! ~ Opening Day at the Market!

Boatyard Farm woman buying lettuce

See you at the Market! Every Saturday now to Columbus Day
9am – 1pm (weather permitting)
D0wntown Nantucket at Cambridge & North Union Streets

Meet New & Returning Growers

This early in the season, the first, fresh lettuces, herbs and radishes are ready for harvest!  Along with starter plants for your garden! All grown on Nantucket using sustainable and organic practices!

Our new Community Farm Institute growers and others will be at the Market this Saturday with …


butterhead lettuceLazy Man Farm

John Kuszpa will have “living” heads of Butterhead Lettuce (still have the roots on so they will keep a long time) and Baby Red Russian Kale.






Devon Coffin plant flatNantucket Organics

Devon Coffin will have live, organic vegetable and herb starter plants for your garden, including basil, tomato and edible flowers. Also ornamental grasses to beautify your yard, and jugs of worm tea fertilizer to help grow them!






 Dill ACK Sweet Water Farm

Cheryl Emery will have fresh herbs and scallions, especially armloads of fresh dill!



 Along with your regular favorites

Pumpkin Pond Farm and Boatyard Farm!


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Enjoy Delicious Products from your  Favorite Value-Added Food Producer!

KODAK Digital Still CameraACKFresh

Healthy, super-charged, cold-pressed fruit and vegetables juices made fresh daily by ACKFresh!

ACKFresh is an SN Community Farm Institute grower, and will be featuring juices throughout the summer pressed from their Nantucket organically-grown produce!



Tedy Veleva jamsNantucket Jams

Fresh fruit jams handcrafted on Nantucket, and baked goods, too!





Ambrosia big tray of products plus moreAmbrosia

The finest spice, salt, tea and herb blends!






Deborah Vanderwolk pendantsVisit your favorite returning artists, many with new products; and meet new artisans!

Van der Wolk Studio

Deborah VanderWolk’s Nantucket-inspired artwork and unique jewelry are well-known on the island where she has lived for many years. Mini, wooden, sailor valentines, miniaturized paintings and tiny glass cloche’s filled with Nantucket sand and sea shells adorn clay and bone beaded necklaces and earrings.

Deborah Vanderwolk paperweight



Or you might like Deborah’s paperweights and small canvas paintings on stands both of which feature her artwork.





  For more information on the Sustainable Nantucket Farmers & Artisans Market:
(508) 228-3399 or