Art Tiles Studio is located at AllTogetherNow! a place for creative learning for people of all ages. Janice’s art is inspired by her great love of and great joy from nature and a recognition of our interconnectedness and interdependence.
Kate has been woodworking for many years and finding new ways of bringing out the natural beauty of the wood still brings her pleasure. Drop by the market and say hello or visit her website for more information.
Herbalism is a journey into health and wellness that encompasses your entire being, using plants for medicine.Earth Rhythm Herbal a small local herb farm located in Middlesex Vermont. We are excited to take this journey with you.
Shona Richter MacDougall, Registered Herbalist (AHG) and certified clinical herbalist, has developed for formulas for Immunity, Sleep and Stress, Woman’s health, allergies, and more. Our products are available as extracts, glycerines, syrups, teas, and sitz baths. Shona prepares them with healing herbs we grow on the farm using organic practices. What cannot be produced locally, we source from high quality, reputable providers, using organic herbs when available and ethically wild crafted herbs. We at Earth Rhythm Herbal strive to bring you high quality herbal products made locally.
Come and see us at the Montpelier Farmers Market to check out our full line of products.
In business since 1994, a flower and herb farm specializing in unique, seasonal all/any occasion arrangements. A soapmaker extraordinaire with a wonderful line of pure olive oil soaps, in addition to herbal products such as “Oxymels”.
Growing hardy and unusual perennials since 1986. We love peonies and have many varieties. We know our plants. Most of the plants we sell are field grown or we have trialed in our own gardens. You can purchase our plants with confidence that with proper care they will thrive in your gardens, too. In late summer we offer our high quality eating, storage and seed garlic.
Mont Eden Farm sits in a quiet, remote area of Orange County. It’s an old hill farm, with a 200 + year old house and barn and a great long Vermont history, of which someday, I hope to become a part. All products are grown chemical-free, with a focus on quality and unique varieties.
Functional, sculptural and often whimsical ceramics, inspired by and created in the Green Mountains.