The Original Easton Farmers Market runs year-round each Saturday from 10 am - 2 pm. It is operating indoors for the winter at the Oakes Ames Memorial Hall (3 Barrows St, North Easton, MA 02356). By the end of May it will operate outdoors for the summer at the turnout on the south end of Depot Street just north of Five Corners (591 Depot Street, Easton, MA 02356).
|Edmund Hands, Vice-Chair||2020|
|Michael Luke, Chair||2018|
|Kathryn O'Dwyer, Secretary||2020|
Staff Contact: Andrea Langhauser
(508) 230-0643 or email.
The Town voted at Annual Town Meeting on May 16, 2011 to adopt a bylaw to establish an Agricultural Commission.
Agricultural Commissions advocate for farmers and agriculture and can help promote agricultural economic development, farmland preservation and agricultural revitalization. In addition to meeting a growing demand among consumers for local products, which are generally fresher, more nutritional and more flavorful than the supermarket alternatives, agriculture can be a local economic driver. As local businesses, farmers contribute to the local economy by providing jobs and by purchasing supplies and products locally.