Here in the Northwest Corner, we are so fortunate to be surrounded by beautiful rolling hills, where multi-generational farming families and small, independent farmers work to provide us with the freshest and most beautiful products. Each week farmers and artisan food producers fill the markets with the bounty of our region. This is a great way to meet the friendly people that are the faces behind the food you’re buying, as well as a chance to see, taste and learn about their farm-fresh products. At some markets, you will find chef demonstrations, music, food education events, and amazing arts and crafts that make for a perfect community gathering place for everyone to enjoy.
A new and expanded market with more vendors and choices including occasional tastings, craft beer, artisans and musicians. Fresh breads and rolls from Great Cape Baking Company featuring donuts made right at the market. Seedlings, vegetables and cut flowers from Crooked Oak; Mountain Falls Farm featuring veggies, maple syrup, heirloom beef, and more with Lone Silo Farm bringing beef and pork, veggies, jam, smoked maple syrup, maple cotton candy, and other delights, Q Farms from Sharon with an assortment of meats including chicken, and Provisions will provide an assortment of edibles, plus honey from Peter Sadlon at Twin Lakes Farm, organic health and beauty aids, and more! Please visit and support our the various artisans who will be at the market on a rotating basis. It's your farmers market and you can help it grow!
MILLERTON FARMERS MARKET
Millerton Methodist Church
Corner of Main & Dutchess
Millerton, NY 12546
Saturdays: 10 AM to 2 PM
This market is unique for accepting food stamps and WIC checks, as well as offering comparable pricing to supermarkets. The market is sponsored by the North East Community Center, which also distributes fresh farm products through its Fresh Food Pantryand other area food pantries, Food stamps, WIC checks, and Farmers Market Nutrition Program checks are all accepted- we want to ensure that our produce is accessible to all. The Millerton Farmers Market seeks to promote and assist local farms and promote the value of food grown and made without chemicals, both for human health and the environment. Most of their growers are either organic or otherwise "clean-grown" - all will provide a statement of growing practices upon request! Click HERE for a full list of vendors and available products.
This year-round market takes place indoors when cold, and moves outside when the weather heats up. Offering a wide selection of veggies, meats, eggs, cheeses, breads, pastas, honey, prepared foods, baked goods, dog treats, photographs, terrariums, knife sharpening, woolen goods and MORE! The Market accepts Food Stamps/EBT and FMNP checks for all eligible food items, as well as food plants and seeds. Thanks to generous community support, they will also match a customer’s first $5 in benefits with $5 from the Amenia Farmers’ Market (for as long as funds are available). Credit/debit tokens will be available to all market customers. Click HERE for the full vendor list and weekly specials.
CORNWALL FARMERS MARKET
Wish House Lawn
Near Covered Bridge
413 Sharon Goshen Turnpike
West Cornwall, CT 06796
Re-Opening May 2018
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Like the town of Cornwall, this market is eclectic and unique! Here you can look forward to the delicious bread, focaccia, and pizza of Carol Bonci and the baked goods of Heidi Rose. Patrick Beal from Stonewall Vegetables with organic produce and Margaret Tully will have her seedlings, flowers, and herbs. Maple sugar, honey, eggs, and cheese will also be available from local vendors. Of course, if you aren’t in the market for any of the above, just grab a cup of coffee with Bianca and Richard and enjoy conversing with your neighbors and friends. See you on Saturday!
The Co-op Market hosts the renowned treats of Susan Saccardi and the herbs of Patricia Bramley. Hurlburts will be there with their beef and syrup, as will Gordon Ridgway with his many organic veggie options, maple syrup, plants, and flowers. Gordon will also add pork and eggs to his “menu” this season. You can also expect to see Mark Orth from Birdseye Brook Farm. And, for even more amusement besides chatting with your neighbors, Susan Saccardi and Patricia Bramley have lined up a host of varied performers to entertain on selected market days. See you there!
Find fresh vegetables and fruit, herbs, mushrooms, cut flowers and plants; local meats, chickens, cheeses and eggs, all sorts of breads and baked goods, honey and maple syrup, jams, jellies and pickles, handmade wares of every description and an array of wonderful foods to take home or eat on the spot for breakfast, lunch or supper. Live music every Saturday and special events (including chef demos!) add to the ambiance. Just follow the signs to 19 Maple Avenue, one block north of Route 44. The Farmers Market accepts food stamps, WIC checks, and Farmers Market Nutrition Program checks - they want to ensure that the produce is accessible to all. The market runs, rain or shine… see you there!