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showcasing 280+ businesses
throughout the Catskills.

Breezy Meadows Farms &
Pawlikowski Sawmill
They share their story of life
on a farm and running a 1930 sawmill in the
Catskill Mountains and impacts
of being a Pure Catskills member.


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


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Marketplace to purchase
high-quality, handmade farm
and forest products!

Barber's Farm

A six generation diverse vegetable farm
in the heart of the Schoharie Valley, has
been evolving their business for their ever
changing customer base for over 160 years.


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Friday, 10-20
Description Every year, regional partners for clean water and a healthy environment host a community hazardous waste collection day, known as Clean Sweep. Now in its 21st year, Clean Sweep provides a safe disposal venue by collecting chemicals and other materials which pose a threat to public health, water and environment.
Friday, 10-20
Wait? APPLES! PIZZA? Yep, and FRIDAYS, too!
Saturday, 10-21
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 20 through October 21, 10 am–noon. Goods include craft beer growlers from West Kill Brewing; organically grown and conventional produce; garlic; herbs; mushrooms; cheese; meat; eggs; maple products; honey; fruit; coffee; pastured and grass-fed, poultry, lamb, pork; grass fed/grain finished Black Angus beef; jam; baked goods; takeaway chili, sandwiches, and snacks. Covered: rain or shine.
Saturday, 10-21
The Oneonta Farmers market meets weekly- Saturday mornings 9am -1 pm, year around in Downtown Oneonta.  All local, all producer market provides a variety of  meats, eggs, vegetables, fruits, wine, maple syrup, organic produce, raw fermented cabbage, soaps and lotions, cheeses, baked goods, breads, fish, fresh cut flowers, potted plants and hanging baskets. Christmas Indoor Market begins November 4th - December 30th 9am-1pm.Winter Indoor Market hours 9 am–1 pm January through April.
Saturday, 10-21
Available every Saturday May - October Additional Fridays in July & August Starts promptly at 10am. No reservations needed. Kids do real farm chores, which change seasonally: tasks like feeding animals, helping milk goats, and grooming horses. Adults - $8, Children - $6
Saturday, 10-21
Barryville Farmers' Market is an open air market featuring local products. 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 20 thru October 28 • 10am to 1pm
Saturday, 10-21
Locally grown farm produce includes a wide variety of vegetables from arugula to zucchini, luscious orchard fruits and berries, artisan bread and baked goods (including gluten free), fresh laid eggs, delicious honey, maple syrup, jams and sauces, tasty regional cheeses, pastured meat and poultry, fish and seafood straight from the boat, specialty mushrooms, fresh herbs, prepared foods, field-grown flowers, plants, and starts.  Products change seasonally. 
Saturday, 10-21
Saturday, October 21st, 2017 10:30am 11:30am
Saturday, 10-21
Beginners' Maple Syrup Production Presented by Stephen Childs, NY State Maple Specialist at Cornell University.  This workshop will cover a variety of aspects of maple production including: why make maple syrup, tree identification, tree health, tapping, sap collection and handling, boiling, energy efficiency, finishing and grading syrup, canning, marketing and regulations.
Sunday, 10-22
The weekly Rosendale Farmers’ Market, located behind the Rosendale Theatre, 408 Main Street, Rosendale, NY. Opening date is Sunday June 4 and Final Market Sunday Oct 29th from 10 AM–2 PM, with a full roster of favorite and new vendors. Every market includes conventional and organic products, free coffee and teas, live music, and quality hands-on children’s activities to keep kids engaged while parents shop and to teach them about healthy foods and the environment. The market accepts EBT/ SNAP payments.