Meet the Vendors
2021 Participating Vendors
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Family-owned 500+ acre farm with homegrown fruits, vegetables, and homemade pies, donuts, syrup, and more.
Uses only sustainable and certified organic growing practices.
Closed-loop system aquaponics farming of lettuces, kale, rainbow swiss chard, basil, and microgreens.
An assortment of edible, medicinal, functional, and horticultural plants like vegetable and herb plants, fruit bushes, trees, native plants, and cut flowers.
USDA-certified organic farm with organic vegetables and pasture-raised meat and eggs.
Home of Ironbound Hard Cider and New Ark Farms - hard seltzers, hard ciders, and fortified ciders.
Organic seasonal veggies, fruits, and farm-fresh foods.
Muller Family Farm
Baked goods like cookies, pies, muffins, brownies, etc...
PK's Four Brothers Farm
Pastured chicken, turkey, eggs, and pork, as well as 100% grass-fed lamb and beef.
55-acre preserved vineyards spread across 5 vineyard locations in Warren, Hunterdon, and Mercer counties.
Valley Shepherd Creamery
NJ's largest farmstead for cheese and yogurt - milk from 1,000+ sheep, goats, and cows.
Wolgast Tree Farm & Apiary
River-friendly farm employing sustainable farming practices to maximize biodiversity and protect the watershed - honey, soap, lip balm, beeswax, lotion bars.
Sustainable alpaca and llama fiber farm with alpaca and llama fiber rugs, blankets, yarns, socks, hats, gloves, sweaters, scarves, and toys.
America's Kettle Corn
Locally-sourced, fresh popcorn.
Family-owned bakery that sources fresh, local ingredients - fresh baked bread, pastries, cookies, pies, cakes, and seasonal items.
Small-batch handmade nut butter, cookie butter, and cocoa nibs.
The Foraged Feast
Certified organic, local, and sustainably-sourced mushrooms, greens, herbs, berries, roots, and more.
Bean to bar single-origin chocolate.
The Healthy Hummus Broad
Gluten-free, handmade small-batch savory and sweet hummuses.
Family-owned farm - pasta sauce, fresh mozzarella, and assorted breads.
Hotsauce for Good/ Caldo Sauce
Hot sauce made with locally-grown ingredients - supports charities to feed, educate, and invest in developing countries.
Jams By Kim
Handmade artisanal jams and jellies made with locally-sourced produce.
Family-owned business producing balsamic vinegar and olive oil blends.
The Kombucha Bar
Organic nano-brewed kombucha, kombucha floats, and kombucha wellness shots.
Small batch specializing in artisan bread and baked goods.
Maha Premium Granola
Family-owned, nutritious, small-batch granola.
Oldwick Soup Company
Homemade soups made with fresh, local, seasonal vegetables.
Family-owned business specializing in pickles, pickled condiments, olives tapenades, relish, and their famous krelish.
Queen City Coffee Roasters
Coffee sourced directly from the producers.
River Valley Community Grains
Local grains, flour, and wholesome cereals produced through regenerative agriculture methods.
How is the game played?If using a handheld GPS device (such as a Garmin, Magellan, Lowrance, etc.):
- Register for a free basic membership on geocaching.com.
- Visit the Hide & Seek a Cache page to locate a cache nearby.
- Select a cache to view its cache page which lists the cache description, GPS coordinates, and other instructions on how to find the cache.
- Load the coordinates into your GPS device and naviagate to the hidden cache.
- Sign the logbook inside the cache and log your visit online on geocaching.com.
- Download geocaching.com app from your app store (there is an Intro version which only allows you to navigate to 3 caches before it makes you upgrade and there is the full version which is $9.99).
- Log-in using your geocaching.com username or create a free geocaching.com username if you do not have one.
- Once logged in, press "Find Nearby Caches."
- Choose the appropriate cache from the list. The cache page should appear.
- Press "Navigate to Cache." A map should appear showing your location in relation to the cache location.
- Navigate to the cache and sign the logbook when you find it. Go back to the cache page and press "Post a Log/Field Note" to post a log online.
Duke Farms GeoTrail
The Duke Farms GeoTrail is a geocaching challenge consisting of 11 different caches placed around the property. It is a unique journey through a variety of native habitats and landscapes.
To complete the challenge you have to fill out the GeoTrail brochure and uncover the secret word, then present your completed brochure to the front desk staff in the Orientation Center to receive your commemorative token (GeoTrail brochures are available at the front desk in the Orientation Center).