Virtual Trade Show

We thank our past exhibitors for your previous conference support and are offering complimentary listings. Please click here to submit your information.  For new exhibitors and for companies interested in sponsorship opportunities, click here.

American Stonecraft, Inc.
Gerald   |  9782547625   |
American Stonecraft is an artisans’ studio in Massachusetts making treasured gifts out of farm-gathered fieldstones. Our recipients value nature, affordable luxury, and clever economics.

Bartlettyarns, Inc.
Susan and Lindsey Rice  |  207-683-2251  |
100% wool yarns and rovings. Wash-Card- -Spin Services. Wholesale-Retail-Custom Processing.

BDi Machinery Sales, Inc.
Paul Licata   |  610-966-2444   |
BDi Machinery Sales is your complete source for innovative specialty agricultural machinery. We offer numerous types and sizes of sprayers, hedgers, leaf removers, shredders, cultivators, pruners, mowers, row mulchers, and other specialized machinery from around the world.

Bee Wear
Jean Collamore   |  508-799-7558  | 
Clothing for a cause! We’re on a mission to raise awareness about declining bee populations. At Bee Wear, we are pollinating positivity with t-shirts and hats in fun designs for everyone, from the “Queen Bee” in your life to your favorite teen to your local beekeeper.

Bliss Microcreamery
Kim Imbornone   |  774.961.2013   |
In 1929, The Bliss Brothers started producing freshly made premium ice cream in Attleboro, Massachusetts with one goal in mind—to make delicious ice cream. We carry on their mission by using high quality real and fresh dairy cream and milk, which are sourced from great farms located throughout New England.

Cabot Creamery Co-operative
Nick Managan   |  802-238-7772   |
Cabot Creamery Co-operative makes a full line of cheeses, Greek yogurt, sour cream, cottage cheese and butter. Widely known as makers of “The World’s Best Cheddar,” Cabot is owned by the 800 dairy farm families of Agri-Mark, the Northeast’s premier dairy cooperative, with farms in New England and New York.

Center for EcoTechnology
Megan Denardo   |  414-727-3090   |
CET is a non-profit that helps people and businesses save energy and money. We administer the Massachusetts Farm Energy Program on behalf of MDAR.

Central Mass Grown 
Mackenzie May   |   508-556-4238   | 
Central Mass Grown serves as the buy local organization for Worcester County. We provide marketing services for our member businesses as well as technical assistance and workshops in order to build the strengths and profitability of farms, retailers, restaurants and other members of the local food system.

Connecticut Agricultural Mediation Program
William Logue     |    800-870-2577     |
The Connecticut Agricultural Mediation Program provides low- or no-cost mediation services to producers in conflict involving USDA, creditors, neighbors, and more. Mediation can provide many benefits, including helping to ensure that disagreements and disputes that threaten the economic success of farms are addressed quickly and confidentially through a voluntary process.

Connecticut Department of Agriculture
Rebecca Eddy   |  860-573-0323   |
The Connecticut Department of Agriculture fosters a healthy economic, environmental, and social climate for agriculture by developing, promoting, and regulating agricultural businesses; protecting agricultural and aquacultural resources; enforcing domestic animal laws; and promoting understanding among the state’s citizens on the diversity, cultural heritage, and economic contributions of Connecticut agriculture.

DeMeritt Hill Farm
Ryan Wilson   |  603-868-2111  | 
Our mission is to produce top quality fruit, vegetables and other agricultural products while focusing on providing a hands on pick-your-own experience to your family.  We continually strive to create an environmentally conscious sustainable farm in an enjoyable relaxed outdoor setting where family and friends can have fun.

Eastern States Exposition
Elena Hovagimian   |  413-205-5011   | 
Eastern States Exposition is committed to providing a showcase for New England Agriculture to our audience of over 1 million fairgoers attending The Big E each September hosting an array of competitions from Wine and Cheese to all major breeds of livestock.

Evergreen Creations LLC 
Aaron Burakoff   |   646-535-6293   |
Kid-friendly attractions, decorations and merchandise for your farm

Farm Credit East
Tom Cosgrove   |  860-741-4380  |
Farm Credit East is part of the Farm Credit System, a nationwide agricultural network providing credit and affiliated services to those in agriculture and related industries across the United States. We serve the ag credit and financial services needs of producers in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New York and New Jersey.

Farmer’s Choice Food Products  
Kent Stowe   |   508-865-4905   |
A quality line of jams, jellies, preserves, spreadable fruit conserves , fruit butters, salad dressings, apple sauce, salsa, relishes, barbeque sauces and crackers.  Our quality products with your private farm market label.

Frazer Insurance Agency, Inc. 
Stuart Farnham   |   802-674-5506   |
Farm, Food, Commercial, Home, Auto, and Life insurance agency.  Licensed in VT, MA, ME, NH, and NY.

Good Egg Marketing
Myrna Greenfield   |  617-642-3562   |
Good Egg Marketing is a Boston-based business specializing in marketing for small farms and independent food businesses. We offer market research, branding, sales and marketing strategies, digital marketing, and training and coaching services.

Jodi Dee, Author
Jodi Dee   |  508-922-9154   |
Author Jodi Dee and proudly publishes quality, meaningful and relevant content for education, eco-friendly and environmental awareness, social and emotional development, self improvement and empowerment.
Vendor offering a coupon code: HNE

Land for Good
Jim Hafner   |  603-357-1600   |
Land For Good is a nonprofit that focuses on the future of farming in New England. With field staff in each New England state, we provide one-on-one advising to farmers to help them get onto, hold, or transfer farmland. We put more farmers more securely on more land.

Legal Food Hub, Conservation Law Foundation  
Mary Egan   |   617-850-1720   |
The Legal Food Hub matches New England farmers, food entrepreneurs, and food oriented nonprofits to New England attorneys who will support them free of charge.

Maine Dept. of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry 
Yvette Meunier     |      207-592-0640     |
The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry, Division of the Agricultural Resource Development  encourages agricultural development and sustainability through education, annual industry events, technical assistance, research, economic development and environmental stewardship of Maine’s existing and future farm businesses.

Amy Crone     |    443-212-8084     |
MarketLink is a NAFMNP program that assists farmers and markets with accepting SNAP. It is a USDA-funded ‘free equipment program’, providing grant funding to direct marketing farmers and markets.

Massachusetts Agricultural Mediation Program 
Courtney Breese   |   617-287-4046   | 
The MA Ag Mediation Program provides low- or no-cost mediation services to producers in conflicts involving USDA, creditors, neighbors, and more. Mediation is a voluntary, confidential process where a neutral third-party mediator assists parties in negotiating a resolution, often at less cost and less time than litigation.

Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources
Mary Jordan   |   617-626-1750   |
Information and resources for the agricultural industry.

Massachusetts Farm to School 
Lisa Damon   |   413-253-3844   |
Massachusetts Farm to School is a statewide organization aimed at strengthening local farms and fisheries and promoting healthy communities by increasing local food purchasing and education at schools.  We can help you connect with schools that are interested in buying local products. Get listed in our producer directory or contact us for more information!

Massachusetts Statewide Wood Energy Team
Charles Levesque     |    603-588-3272     |
The Massachusetts Statewide Wood Energy Team advocates for increased use of local wood fuel to heat buildings in Massachusetts using modern wood heating appliances – wood pellet and wood chip boilers and furnaces. Switching from using fossil fuels to modern wood heat fuels is carbon friendly and is less expensive than fossil fuels and uses a locally produced fuel. This is perfect for farm and greenhouse applications. We offer free technical and financial assistance to those interested.

New England Ice Cream
Rick Lewis   |  774-961-2023   |
New England Ice Cream (Norton, MA) is a full service DSD distributor and owner of Bliss Mircocreamery (Attleboro, MA). We distribute local and national brands throughout New England. Showcasing our “Local” Premium Brands of The Farmer’s Cow Ice Cream, Bliss Premium Ice Cream and Sweet Tree “Vegan” Ice Cream line.

NH Dept. of Agriculture, Markets & Food 
Gail McWilliam Jellie   |  603-271-3551   |
Supporting and promoting agriculture and serving consumers and business for the benefit of the public health, environment and economy.

Northeast Nursery
Tom Spence   |  978-854-4414   |
Full service greenhouse and nursery supplies including: growing media, fertilizers, pots and containers, greenhouse films, pest controls, retail soils and mulches.

North Woods Animal Treats
Jean McCarthy   |  8776926928   |
All natural dog treats and products in natural wooden display crates.

Sukie Kindwall   |  413-369-4335   |
Since 1954 OESCO, Inc. has been supplying growers, gardeners and landscape professionals with equipment, tools and supplies. Specializing in equipment for fruit growers including sprayers, mowers, cidermaking, pruning and trellis supplies as well as low impact forestry equipment. Our knowledgeable sales, service and parts departments are here for you!
Vendor offering a coupon code: TRADESHOW10

PCA – Packaging Corp of America
Jim Wania & Bob Bauer   |  518-461-8899 (Jim) 413-335-9900 (Bob)   |
We offer Packaging Solutions for all AG Farmers in New England region. PCA is a Corrugated Box and Tray Manufacturer for all PYO – Pick Your Own Corrugated Trays and distribution supplier of all your Berry Packaging Tills and Fruit Bags. PCA also Manufactures Corrugated Waxed Vegetable Box for all your Agricultural Packaging needs.

Rhode Island Dept. of Environmental Management, Division of Agriculture and Resource Marketing
Ronald Newman   |   401-222-2781   |
Rhode Island Dept. of Environmental Management, Division of Agriculture and Resource Marketing is not just regulatory in function; it is, in fact, a significant part of our mission to promote the growth of agricultural and related markets.

The Carrot Project
Jeff Cole   |  617-674-2371   |
The Carrot Project seeks to increase the number of successful small farm and agriculture businesses in Southern New England. Our priority is start-up and early-stage farms, fishermen, and food entrepreneurs who use sustainable methods and are low-to-moderate income, but we also work with more established businesses.

The New England Farm Energy Collaborative 
Amanda Fargo-Johnson   |   860.345.3977   |
The New England Farm Energy Collaborative (NEFEC) began in 2014 to establish a forum for collaboration and expertise among individuals and organizations who help farmers throughout New England conserve and generate energy in ways that sustain our environment and increases farm profitability. NEFEC is comprised of state, federal, non-profit, and university partners from all six New England states working to promote on-farm energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.

The Rite Package Company, LLC 
Jack Hurst   |  888-842-2183   | 
With our newly invented lines of COMPOSTABLE, REUSABLE, BIODEGRADABLE, AND REUSABLE PRODUCTS in corrugated vegetable boxes to paper, polylined apple bags that are compostable, are brought to you at the right price. Sincere thanks for past loyalties as I look forward to helping you this season.

UMass Extension Risk Management Education Program 
Tom Smiarowski   |   413-320-1718   |
The UMass Risk Management Education Program assists producers in managing agricultural risks on their farming operations.  Primary focus is on USDA disaster assistance programs including Federal Crop Insurance and the Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP).

USDA – Farm Service Agency 
Lori Carver   |   413-253-4503   |
Federal Government Agency offering loans and other USDA benefits

Pam Hird   |   603-224-9639   |
The USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) conducts hundreds of surveys every year and prepares reports covering virtually every aspect of U.S. agriculture. Production and supplies of food/fiber, prices paid/received by farmers, farm labor and wages, farm finances, chemical use, and changes in the demographics of U.S. producers are some examples.

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service 
Diane Petit   |   413-253-4371   |
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is a federal agency that helps farmers and forest landowners conserve soil, water, and other natural resources. Our employees provide technical expertise and conservation planning. Financial assistance through federal Farm Bill conservation programs is available. We have offices in USDA Service Centers nationwide.

US Department of Labor/Wage and Hour Division
Patty Colarossi   |  857-264-4716   |
The Wage and Hour Division (WHD) enforces federal minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and child labor requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act. WHD also enforces the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act, the Employee Polygraph Protection Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, wage garnishment provisions of the Consumer Credit Protection Act, and a number of employment standards and worker protections as provided in several immigration related statutes. Additionally, WHD administers and enforces the prevailing wage requirements of the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts and the Service Contract Act and other statutes applicable to federal contracts for construction and for the provision of goods and services.

Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets
Kathryn Donovan  |  413-253-4371   |
The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets (VAAFM) facilitates, supports and encourages the growth and viability of agriculture in Vermont while protecting the working landscape, human health, animal health, plant health, consumers and the environment.

Wafler Nursery
Jacob Wafler   |    315-594-2399   |
Apple and Pear tree nursery in Wolcott, NY. We also sell tree training supplies.

Ward’s Berry Farm
Ryan Marshall   |  781-389-2349   |
Wholesale Local Fruits & Vegetables – Product Available Year-Round! Convenient pickup at our farm, just off I-95 in Sharon, MA

Wellscroft Fence Systems, LLC 
David Kennard   |   603-827-3464   |
Wellscroft Fence Systems, LLC, New England’s agricultural fence experts, specializes in deer and wildlife exclusion and protection of small fruit, orchards, and crops. Wellscroft also designs and supplies materials for trellising fruit and vegetables as well as overhead, anti-bird netting systems.

Western MA Food Processing Center
John Waite   |   413-774-7204, ext. 102   |
The Food Processing Center (FPC) was created in 2001 to support new and growing food businesses as they navigate the path of bringing a food product to market. The FPC offers rental manufacturing space as well as co-packing services to food businesses in the commonwealth and beyond. We also work with local farms to make value-added products, like jams, sauces, pickles and purees.

Updated 2/19/21 12:30 pm