Hemp/CBD Farmers Market in Brattleboro
Following Rousing Success of Inaugural CBD Hemp Farmers Markets, Heady Vermont to Host June Hemp Market at River Garden in Brattleboro
Local hemp producers and artisans invited to connect with the Southern Vermont marketplace
BRATTLEBORO, Vt. – Following the success of multiple CBD Hemp Farmers Markets this winter, Heady Vermont is proud to bring Vermont cannabis, CBD, and hemp products – and their producers – to the heart of Brattleboro.
Taking place at the gorgeous River Garden – 157 Main Street – on Sunday, June 17 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., this first Southern Vermont CBD Hemp Farmers Market will feature a diverse group of local CBD and hemp producers and cannabis advocates – all continuing their efforts to bring CBD education to the canna-curious public and foster positive dialogue between the burgeoning hemp industry and the citizens of Vermont.
The CBD Hemp Farmers Markets provide an accessible venue for regional growers and crafters to both engage active members of the Vermont cannabis community and reach out to interested newcomers. Attendance is free to the public.
Entering its third year of operation, Heady Vermont has grown into a bustling digital media and events hub, devoted to keeping Vermonters informed of goings-on in the cannabis community. Their coverage ranges from industry conventions and legislative updates to artist profiles and investigative reports on medical marijuana.
Last year, Heady Vermont hosted several events including the first Vermont Hemp Fest and two farmers markets in Burlington, which collectively drew more than 2,000 Vermonters from diverse backgrounds and featured dozens of pioneering local hemp businesses.
As Heady Vermont’s audience expands and interest around cannabis continues to build, they’re committed to serving a dedicated readership by introducing them to the wealth of quality goods that local hemp entrepreneurs have to offer. In conjunction with the farmers market, Heady Vermont offers its members discounts from participating businesses as a way of facilitating connections between the cannabis industry and its consumers.
“We’re looking forward to continuing to connect interested Vermonters with a unique and wide variety of CBD hemp products,” Heady Vermont CEO and co-founder Monica Donovan said. “We’re really excited to build on the success of our inaugural markets in 2017.”
Heady Vermont is currently seeking event sponsors and exhibitors and anticipates table slots will fill up fast. While local hemp exhibitors will be given preference, other farmers, food vendors and artisans are welcome to apply and participate. Interested businesses can find information on reserving tables or applying for sponsorship here.