Due to COVID-19 public health measures, only food, horticultural and personal hygiene products are currently permitted to sell at public markets in Quebec. Therefore, there are a reduced number of vendors at the Wakefield Market. Additionally, for various reasons some vendors listed below may not attend every week. Please check on our Facebook page for up-to-date listings of which vendors to expect each week.
Many of our vendors are offering pre-order purchases that can be picked up at the market on Saturdays. You can find links to the vendors offering this at the bottom of this page.
Ferme et Forêt is an ecological farm and wild foods enterprise just north of Wakefield. We offer:
- maple syrup, boiled over a wood fire, frozen maple sap, maple fudge, and maple butter
- a wide array of wild foods, from chokecherries and spruce tips, to nettle and milkweed
- products made with wild foods, such as sumac juice, wild apple cider, and herbal teas
- eggs from our small flock of laying hens, who are fed organic grains and allowed to free range on pasture
- shiitake mushrooms, grown in our woods on maple and oak logs
- granola and maple pies, made with our maple syrup
- strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, asparagus, and garlic, grown without the use of pesticides or chemical fertilizers
Quail House is presently not selling at the Wakefield Market. We will notify you should this change.
Our jams and chutneys are available for sale at Chelsea Bakery, Wakefield General Store and Lascelles General Store. Arrangements for delivery and payment can be made for purchases of 6 or more jars at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are a family business, run by 3rd generation beekeepers in the heart of the Pontiac. Our solar-powered, off-grid operation provides you with a large selection of unique honeys and many other products from our hives.