Fairfield Farmers' Market
2004 Member Directory

[Market membership as of 29-Mar-05.]
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Eagle View Garden and Haunted Trail Pumpkins

  • Fred Nassar, 882 Garland Rd., Winslow ME 04901, ph. 877-0214, frednas@adelphia.net
  • Mixed vegetables, sweet corn, potatoes, eggs. Wednesdays and Saturdays.
  • Visit our fall U-Pick Pumpkins and Stand on the Garland Road in Winslow.

Fiberlee Farm

  • Bob & Leah O'Donnell, Canaan, ME 04924, ph. 474-0476, email ourfarm@gwi.net.
  • We are a diversified farm producing fresh eggs, local honey, lip balm, hand cream, hand crafted soap, and baked goods. During the summer we sell a variety of mixed vegetables, salad greens, fresh and dried herbs. In the fall we have pumpkins, gourds and "Sweet Annie". At market Saturdays only.

Heald Farm

  • Reginald Heald, Paul Jones and Mark Rollins, 1227 Bangor Road, Troy ME 04988, ph. 948-2111 or 948-3437, mrollins@uninets.net
  • Heald farm specializes in the production of bicolor, sugar enhanced sweet corn. We provide sweet corn as early, fresh and sweet as natrue allows. We try to be at market in Late July and end in early September. At market Wednesdays and Saturdays.


Pine Acres

  • Randy Parsons, 1060 East River Rd., Skowhegan ME 04976, ph. 474-0444, eieio@skow.net
  • Pine Acres farm is a family-owned farm since 1941. We offer mixed vegetables including but not limited to: sweet peas, green beans, cucumbers, tomatoes, zucchini, sweet corn, and winter squash. Beginning in 2006, we will have highbush blueberries and asparagus. You can find us at the Fairfield Farmers' Market on Saturdays beginning mid July.

Sun Hollow Farm

  • Justin & Danielle Vinci, 109 Curtis Pond Road, Thorndike ME 04986, ph. 568-4052.
  • Sun Hollow Farm is a 26 acre, solar powered organic homestead. We grow a large variety of flowers, both fresh cut and dried. We also offer fresh cut herbs, and free range eggs. In the coming season, our farm will be offering a variety of fruits.


Village Green Organic Produce

  • Joyce Benson, 15 Detroit Rd., Troy ME 04987, 948-5724, joyce.benson@maine.gov
  • Spring seedlings, annuals & perennials. Wide variety of mixed vegetables, fresh & dried flowers & herbs throughout the season. Winter squash, potatoes, dried flower and herb wreaths, pumpkins and gourds and cornstalks in Fall. Hay, balsam wreaths and other balsam products. Specializing in Native American crops. At market on Wednesdays.

More members to be added soon!

We welcome new members! As a new and growing market, we are seeking additional farmers and gardeners who would like to sell at market. You don't require a 40 acre farm to participate, some of the sellers at market grow on plots as small as a backyard garden. The only requirement is that you grow or make the food you offer for sale.

If you would like to become a member to sell at the Fairfield Farmers' Market, contact Leah O'Donnell at Fiberlee Farm (see above).

Don't feed your family from a box             
              . . . feed them from a farm!


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