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Visit our Catskills counties
for directories of farmers'
markets, u-picks, farm stands,
harvest festivals and more!

WE ARE PURE CATSKILLS:
Buck Hill Farm

The Collins family in Jefferson, NY
have been proud maple product
producers for generations. They love
what they do and you can taste their
passion in each product.

SAVE THE DATES
Meredith Dairy Fest


Join us on June 9th & 10th
Saturday from 10am - 5pm &
Sunday from 10am-4pm

WE ARE PURE CATSKILLS:
Windy Hill Goat Dairy

The Gaughan Family shares their journey
from cows to goats on this beautiful
four generation farm nestled
in Cherry Valley, NY. Watch how they
evolved the farm to meet the
needs of a challenging market.

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Calendar

Saturday, 5-5
Cooperstown Farmers' Market is open every Saturday year round. The market draws thirty vendors from within a fifty mile radius, providing a wonderful array of local foods and hand-crafted items. The live music and seating area have made the market a community gathering place where old friends meet and new friends are made. See the website for hours of operation and special events.
Saturday, 5-5
The Oneonta Farmers Market is held Saturdays, year-round, 9am -1 pm, year around in Downtown Oneonta.  As a producer only market, all products for sale are grown or made within a 50 mile radius by the vendors – jewelry, hard cider, organic produce, fruits, beef, sweet corn, berries, unique woodland perennials & ferns, aromatherapy products, baked goods, pork, lamb, chicken, eggs, maple products, cut flowers, herbs & potted plants. Christmas Indoor Market begins November 3rd - December 29th 9am-1pm.Winter Indoor Market hours 9 am–1 pm January through April.
Saturday, 5-19
The Pakatakan Farmers’ Market is celebrating our 27th year providing local vegetables, fruit, meat, dairy, maple, honey, baked goods, jams, pesto, eggs, canned goods and food to eat on site. A full array of crafts, soap, pottery and much more. Regular season starts, May 19th- October 6th, from 9am-2pm. Extended season begins, October 13th - November 24th, from 10am-1pm. Rain or Shine. No dogs please.
Saturday, 5-19
Barryville Farmers' Market is an open air market featuring local products. Rain or Shine! At the market you'll find…seasonal fresh fruit, vegetables, herbs, milk, yogurt, cheese, meat, eggs, prepared foods, baked goods, bread, jam, wine, cut flowers, handcrafted soap, apothecary goods, artisan crafts and more! Saturdays • May 19 every Saturday thru October 27 • 10am to 1pm
Thursday, 5-24
The Morris Farmers’ Market is open May 24th through October 18th, Thursday afternoons from 3–6 pm. We offer a wide selection of produce, baked goods, meats, flours, soaps, wool items, maple products, goat cheese, salsas, wood and stone crafts, and more. Easily accessible, FMNP coupons accepted. Behind the Firehouse, Main Street, Morris, NY 13808
Saturday, 5-26
The Lexington Farmers’ Market is located on Route 42, under the pavilion at the Lexington Town Building. Accessible from Route 23A or 28, it takes place every other Saturday, from May 26 through October 27, 10 am–noon. Goods include craft beer from West Kill Brewing; local produce and fruit, maple syrup and maple products, berries, honey, beef, pastured poultry, pork, lamb, eggs, mushrooms, conventional and organic produce, garlic, jams, chutnies and value-added product Covered: rain or shine.
Saturday, 5-26
A seasonal farmers’ market Saturdays, May 26 through October 27, from 10 AM–2 PM. Located adjacent to the Cow Flop and the Saugerties Historical Society in the Kiersted Stone House at 115 Main Street in the Village of Saugerties with over 20 farmers and other vendors.
Saturday, 5-26
The Jefferson Historical Society Farmers' Market, inside the Maple Museum 221 Creamery St., Jefferson, NY. Every Saturday May 26th - October 6th, 2018, 9AM - 12PM. Our second season will be filled with local; produce, fruits, honey, all kinds of maple products, coffee, milk, yogurt, cheese, eggs, poultry, beef, pork, rabbit, lamb, breads, rolls, baked goods, jams, fudge, beeswax candles, wool/wool crafts, soaps/lotions, wood products. WIC-FV, FMNP and SNAP will be accepted.
Sunday, 5-27
Sundays 10 am - 2 pm, Memorial Day weekend till Columbus Day weekend. Located in front of Chapel Hall and across from the Franklin Central School on Institute Street.  Open-aired market offering local goods, including meats, vegetables, fruits, eggs, cheese, maple and honey products, breads, baked goods, plants, coffee and special events.
Friday, 6-1
Fridays, 4 pm–7 pm, June through September. Local and regional vegetables, fruits, cheeses, honey, maple syrup, eggs, meats, baked goods, crafts and more. No charge for vendor tables.