Salem Farmers Market 2020 season

Thursdays | June 11 through October 15 | 3-7PM on Derby Sq.
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Cider Hill Farm

We will have our plump juicy peaches, plums, blueberries, raspberries and strawberries, nectarines … mid August ~ Apples! (we grow 75 varieties) & Pears (later)…

In addition to the fruits that we’ll be picking and bringing ~ we also will have our broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, green & yellow string beans, mesclun mix, cucumbers*(slicing/pickling), radicchio, kale, peppers, eggplant, melons…

Cider is award winning…(#1. in State & 5th in the Nation) ~ and Cider Hill’s Karen & Glenn Cook are regarded as the “Lewis & Clark” of renewable energy ~ being pioneers & leaders in the State Agriculturally for Solar & Small Wind technology! They have been featured on PBS ~ THE VICTORY GARDEN, England’s BBC, Chronicle Evening Magazine…

Cider Hill Farm began in 1978 when Ed and Eleanor Cook purchased the old Battis Dairy Farm with the hope of transforming it into an apple farm. Not long after that, the Cook’s son, Glenn, along with his new bride, Karen, bought the adjacent Vedrani Poultry Farm so they could start a quality life together. Now, with three generations diligently tending to the chores, we bring you a beautiful and diverse farm operation that looks and feels everything but first generation.?

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