A commitment to strong partnerships and collaboration is a key element to our farmers’ markets’ success. Allow us to introduce you to some key players.

Screen Shot 2019-02-14 at 1.35.02 PM.png

79 Development

Local Dirt Local Worth is a brand that was created to address the need for awareness and transparency within the local farmers' market community. If you would like more information on how this brand can help support farmers and markets in your region, please message us at @localdirtstory on Facebook & Instagram or email at


Brian Mitolo

Brian Mitolo documents local stories for local people.  He has been capturing the stories of local farmers in the Peterborough Region for over a decade. His latest film is an introduction to the Peterborough Regional Farmers' Market; this short documentary introduces some of the people behind this successful social enterprise.

Screen Shot 2019-02-14 at 1.40.27 PM.png

Melissa Johnston

Melissa Johnston completed her MA in Sustainability Studies at Trent University where her research focused on the governance and management strategies of farmers’ markets across Ontario.  Her project was hosted by the Haliburton County Farmers’ Market Association and in the summer of 2015, she was hired to manage the Minden and Carnarvon farmers' markets. She currently is working with the Peterborough Regional Farmers’ Network to research and produce a farmers’ market improvement guidebook to support best practices for farmers’ markets across the region. 


The Nourish Project

Screen Shot 2019-02-14 at 1.53.41 PM.png

The Prosperous Farm

The Prosperous Farm provides Sales & CRM Solutions for the modern Direct Sales Farm. Be it produce, meat, products or shares, Prosperous makes it simple to sell directly to buyers so that farmers can focus on farming. Prosperous is proud to partner with the Peterborough Regional Farmer’s Market to bring technology solutions to them and their customers.