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Fenwick's Farmers

In the shadow of the Fenwick  Island Lighthouse, agriculture has flourished in this eastern Sussex County  region for hundreds of years, beginning with the local harvest of salt from seawater. Sustainable farming featured livestock, grain and vegetable crops as local farms prospered and expanded. Now, some of the descendants of these early farmers with familiar names like Magee, Bennett, Johnson and Hudson continue this agrarian  legacy by  featuring their home grown produce at the Fenwick Island Farmers' Market for you and your family to experience.

Magee Farms is a fifth-generation family owned and operated farm with locations in Selbyville, Lewes, and Ocean Pines. Known for their strawberries, they also produce sweet corn, watermelon, tomatoes, and a variety of vegetables
Daniel, Ellen, Christopher, Sean and Michael Magee
34857 Lighthouse Road
Selbyville, DE 19975

Bennett Orchards, a sixth-generation family owned orchard in Frankford that specializes in blueberries (mid-June to mid-July) and tree-ripened peaches and nectarines (July to Labor Day).
Jim, Kerry, Hail and Henry Bennett
31442 Peach Tree Lane
Frankford, DE 19945

Hudson’s Produce offers freshly picked and locally grown tomatoes, potatoes, cukes, squash, string beans, carrots, peppers, sunflowers, watermelons, cantaloupes, and beets.
Sharon and Albert  Hudson
36082 Roxana Road
Frankford, DE 19945

Pasqualini's Bakery is a fresh Italian bakery offering breads, cookies, pies, and other delicious baked goods and pastry products.
Kathy Pasqualini
37560 Atlantic Street
Rehoboth, DE 19971

Celtic Acres Farm cultivates fresh local produce, fruits, vegetables, berries, and flowers - all without the use of pesticides or harmful chemicals.
Charles, Patty & CJ Mullikin
31285 Gray Road
Dagsboro, DE  19939

Tout de Suite Patisserie, a French bakery offering breads and pastry products.
Barbara Hines
30482 Half Shell Road
Milton, DE 19968

Reid Angus is a sixth-generation family farm supplying premium natural dry-aged beef without the use of antibiotics or growth enhancers.
Travis Reid
104 William Ross Lane
Seaford, DE 19973

Fresh Harvest Hydroponics, a family owned and operated farm that produces a variety of lettuces and herbs grown without pesticides or herbicides.
Bill Jordan
25345 Gravel Hill Rd.
Millsboro, De

Pureblend Tea provides USDA Organic and Fair Trade Certified high-grade loose-leaf teas and herbs.
Kari Dandrea
118 Brandywine Ave.
19335 484-639-1546