Have you ever asked yourself if you can tell when things are actually made locally, by hand and with care? Do vegetables taste fresher when picked that morning from someone’s backyard? Does baking made in small batches in a home kitchen taste sweeter? Are unique crafts made by local artisans more interesting than something off the shelf? What is a day like when it starts with breakfast in the sun listening to local musicians? Is a smoothie more refreshing after you pedaled a bike to make the blender go? Can you taste the difference in meat from animals raised in the pasture by a small family?
The answer to these questions and more are to be found at the Upriver Country Market in a converted horse barn in Bass River, NB. 10-15 minutes from Rexton or Harcourt. Saturday mornings all summer long.
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Thank you for the funding that supports employment and the market: