43c88c575ca71cd1249831aae4fefacfThe Romney Farmers Market opens for the 2008 Season on May 31, 2008. The market hours are 9 AM until Noon on Main Street in downtown Romney. Come early for the best selection. We’ll See you there!

Thank you for your support and your interest in the Romney Farmers Market. Please see our Farms page to connect directly with our local farmers and growers. Your Hampshire County grower is working hard to fulfill your requirements. Many farms take advance orders and some farms can also arrange for deliveries. You can also order products from some local farm web sites. If you have a special request, just ask a farmer or grower about fulfilling your requirements. The Romney Farmers Market is your source for with fresh and local products. Check it out!

If you are already a customer of the Romney Farmers Market, we salute you and sincerely Thank you for your prior patronage. And we look forward to seeing you again throughout 2008. If you have any suggestions or ideas about what you’d like to see at the Romney Farmers Market, please let us know. You can call the Web manager, Steven Martin at 304-822-3878 or simply email us at contact@romneyfarmersmarket.com

The Romney Farmers Market is held in downtown Romney, WV normally from late May through October at 9 AM -12 Noon on Saturday mornings. Come early for the best selection; you will not believe how fast some items like raspberries and blueberries sell out! The Romney Farmers Market has significantly grown in volume the past few years as the interest in buying fresh and local foods has really taken hold with consumers. Higher fuel prices and much higher grocery store prices have encouraged people to Jams-Jellies-Food-Winerekindle an interest in local foods. And of course this is a throwback to the way things used to be, in a simpler time. Its also very progressive, for example, European farmers markets are open daily in many town centers. Best selling books like “The 100 Mile Diet”, “The Omnivores Dilemma”, “Animal, Vegetable, Miracle”, “Plenty”, “The Long Emergency” and many other books, web sites, blogs and articles have helped encourage the local interest too; not to mention the incidents of tainted processed products and imported food containing toxins and poisons. There’s even a new word to describe this, the Locavore. There’s truly a better and healthier way, and you’ll find it at the Romney Farmers Market. June is a normally start up month and of course its weather dependent. The market has started in mid May if the weather is warmer than normal. October is also sort of a transitional month as some growers are instead selling at local Fall festivals such as Autumn Glory in Oakland, MD and the Appalachian Festival in Frostburg, MD. Just keep in touch with this web site for announcements.

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