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Here at the Nashua Farmers Market, we like to consider ourselves a community of hard-working farmers and makers. When one succeeds, we all do. That’s why we’re so proud to share these two stories: market vendors Ryan Hulse and Teresa Moler have both recently had terrific things happen in their worlds of creating art. Read about it, and congratulate them the next time you see them at the market!

Hulse Design Co.

Owner Ryan Hulse says his Nashua-based business is where “scrap wood is known as unused pieces of art.” Hulse Design Co. can accommodate all your customized woodworking needs – from wall decor, wedding decorations and favors, to custom furniture and fireplace mantle installations. If you’ve been dreaming of it, Hulse Design Co. can create it!

Ryan’s creations are all over social media – on Facebook, Instagram, Etsy and on his website. He’s even on TikTok!
Recently, a journalist from NH Magazine attended the Nashua Farmers Market and was impressed with Ryan’s work. She asked to do a story on him; you can read the story here.
Ryan is now working on creating custom displays for Whole Foods, as well as continuing to do his signature original works personalized for all types of clients and needs. Congrats, Ryan, and keep creating beautiful items!

Teresa Moler

Teresa Moler is a puppeteer and artist. You and your kids might have seen her puppeteering at Greeley Park, the library, or even hobnobbing with Bernie Sanders, with her very own Bernie puppet! She is also an artist, showcasing her skills in watercolors and acrylics at our farmers market.
Teresa is a board member of NAMI NH, a nonprofit focusing on mental health, and lent her puppeting prowess to the organization’s annual NAMIWalks NH fundraiser, this year a virtual event.
Recently, Teresa was also selected as a content producer for Virtual Puppet Con, an annual event (again, this year pivoting to a virtual one). The Con is held from Oct. 2–11, and your one registration gives you all 10 days of access to the many fun puppeteer performances. Teresa’s segment airs Sunday, Oct. 11. Looks like fun!