Farmers' Market of the Week 2018

August 13 - August 20

This week's market is the Walton Farmers’ Market, Sidney Farmers' Market, & Deposit Farmers’ Markets the three local farm markets sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware County.

Walton Farmers’ Market:
The Walton Farmers' Market is open every other Friday from July through September. Located at Veterans Plaza, 181 Delaware Street, from 10 AM–2 PM.
2018 dates: July 6, 20; Aug. 3, 17, 31; Sept. 14, 28.
FMNP and WIC coupons are accepted and *Fruits and Veggies Prescription Program.

Sidney Farmers’ Market:
The Sidney Farmers' Market is open every other Tuesday from July through September. Located in the parking lot of Video Entertainment at 89 Main Street, from 10 AM-2 PM.
2018 Dates: July 10, 24; August 7, 21; Sept 4, 18.
FMNP and WIC coupons are accepted and *Fruits and Veggies Prescription Program.

Deposit Farmers’ Market:
Join us for two days only on Thursday, August 16th and September 20th from 10 AM–2 PM at the United Methodist Church at 107 Second Street. FMNP and WIC coupons are accepted and *Fruits and Veggies Prescription Program.

This year all the markets welcomes back Russell’s Products and Produce and East Brook Farm and new vendor Fantasy Fruit Farm. Produce available includes: beets, chard, herbs, melons, berries, onions, peppers, spinach, cabbage, beans, apples, squash, tomatoes and other fresh vegetables and fruit.

*This summer of 2018 Cornell Cooperative Extension ushers the South Central NY Fruit and Vegetable Prescription Program into Delaware County. Designed by the Rural Health Network of South Central NY and implemented in Broome County in 2017, the program exists as a strategy to help prevent and manage chronic diet-related diseases by increasing affordability and access to nutritious fresh fruits and vegetables from local farms.

Focused on Medicaid patients, participants can be referred to this program through Registered Dietitians and Wellness Coordinators at UHS Walton / Delaware Valley.  Enrollment gains the patient regular meetings with a Registered Dietitian, Wellness Coordinator, or Community Health Worker over a six to eight month time period. These meetings will provide participants with their prescription in the form of vouchers. Patients then use these vouchers as their method of payment at Cornell Cooperative Extension’s farmers’ market. Vendors are reimbursed after turning in voucher and log information into the Rural Health Network of SCNY.  Prescription includes only the purchase of fresh fruits and vegetables from participating markets and stands.

Questions? Farmers who want to sell local foods at the Cornell Cooperative Extension markets can contact market manager Jeanne Darling at 607-865-6531 or email vsd22@cornell.edu for more information

August 6 - August 13

The weekly Rosendale Farmers’ Market, located at Willow Kiln Park, from 10am- 2pm at 5 Hardenburgh Lane, Rosendale, NY 12472.

Open every Sunday of the month (June - October 28th) 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.

Our Winter Market will be held on the second & fourth Sunday of the month (December – April) from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm; inside the Rosendale Recreation Center on Route 32.

Products: The Rosendale Farmers' Market features organic, naturally grown, and conventional vegetables and fruits, jellies, jams, pies, mushrooms, eggs, beef, pork, chicken, breads, cheeses, mozzarella, cookies, cakes, maple syrup, wines, fermented products, honey, flowers, baked goods, prepared foods, pickles, ice cream!! - and more!

Pure Catskill Vendors:
Catskill Fungi
Maynard Farms

Vendors:
Cereghino Smith Winemakers
Country Pride Cheese House
The Pickle Man
Karl Family Farms
Kastania Olive Oils
Three Sisters Farm
Twisted Jeanne
Just Good Eats
Catskill Mountain Chocolate
Healthway Farms
Herman’s Erie Hotel
Roxbury Farm
Seed Song Farm
Wright’s Farm
Fiddlehead Farm
Four Winds Farm

Features: We accept SNAP, and several of our vendors take WIC and senior vouchers. Ask our vendors for more information on the programs they participate in. SNAP tokens can be obtained from our Market Managers at the Friends' table. 

There is no charge for admission and there’s plenty of free parking. Check out the website and Instagram to see all the Live Music and Community Education from 11am -1pm.

July 30 - August 6

This week's market is the Liberty Farmers' Market, located at Creekside Park 119 North Main Street Liberty, NY.  The market is held every Friday from June 29-August 31, Fridays from 3pm-6 pm.

Catskill Mountainkeeper is building a more vibrant and sustainable regional food system that feeds our local communities, supports farmers, and builds our food-related economy at the Liberty and Monticello Farmers’ Markets.

-New vendors include: Woodside Blue Preserve, Good Find Farm, My Kind of Natural, Sherri’s Heirloom Soaps, and Duffy’s in the Cut

-Every market includes a vast variety of fruits and vegetables along with handcrafted goods.

-BBQ chicken, ice tea, and lemonade

-live music and local guest community groups at most markets,

Products: Open-aired market offering local goods, including, vegetables and vegetable sprouts, fruits, maple and honey products, BBQ chicken, homemade preserves, handmade soaps, essential oil blends, special events and more.

Pure Catskills Vendors:

Muthig Farm

Vendors:

Son of a Bee
Sprouting Dreams Farm
Beaverdam Brook Farm
Woodside Blue Preserve
Good Find Farm
My Kind of Natural
Sherri’s Heirloom Soaps
Duffy’s in the Cut

Features: Include and feature the market offers. The Liberty and Monticello Farmers Markets are approved for the ‘Farmers Market Nutrition Program’ (FMNP), the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP), the WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Vegetables and Fruit Program and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formally EBT) benefits. These initiatives provide eligible recipients with vouchers that can be used for the purchase of fresh, nutritious, unprepared, locally grown fruits, vegetables, and herbs from approved farmers' markets around New York. The purpose of these programs is both to increase the consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables among low income, disadvantaged residents, including seniors and women, infants and children, as well as to increase awareness within the recipient community about the availability and benefits of fresh, local food.

-There is no charge for admission
-Plenty of free parking,

Questions? For more information about the Monticello market, contact market manager Kelly Graham at 845-439-1230 or  kelly@catskillmountainkeeper.org or check out their Facebook page ‘Liberty and Monticello Farmers’ Markets’.

July 23 - 30

Farmers' Market of the Week: Oneonta

This week's market is the Oneonta Farmers' Market, located at Muller Plaza in downtown Oneonta.

The Oneonta Farmers' Market is held every Saturday, May through October, from 9am to 1pm. in Downtown Main Street Oneonta. From November through April, there is a winter market located at the Main Street Garage Walkway, at the top level of the Oneonta city parking garage.

The Oneonta Farmers' Market has been proudly vendor-run since 2009. Visit the Oneonta Farmers' Market to meet the people behind the food. Every Saturday is a meet-your-grower day at the market, where you can find the best in local meats, poultry, fruits, vegetables, and other delicious farm-fresh foods, and ask your farmers about their crops, their growing methods and find what’s in season now. The market is a gathering place for friends and neighbors and a community platform for local non-profit organizations. Check out our full schedule of special events generously sponsored by local businesses. Free tastings, activities for kids and open-air music during our special events.

The Oneonta Farmers' Market functions under the auspices of Destination Oneonta, a 501(c)(6) organization.

Pure Catskills vendors include: 
221 Bakery
Awestruck Cidery
Berry Brook Farm
Middlefield Orchard
Willow & Birch Apothecary

 Vendors:
ARK Floral
Essentials by DK
Creations by Guido
Mill Hollow Maple
Mulligan Creek Acres
Tauzel Farms
The Fernery

For more information, email the market at oneontafarmersmarket607@gmail.com.

July 16 - 23

Farmers' Market of the Week: Saugerties

This week's market is the Saugerties Farmers’ Market located at 115 Main Street, Saugerties, NY. The Saugerties Farmers' Market runs every Saturday through October 27th, from 10am to 2pm.

Visit the open air marketto find locally harvested food grown, raised, prepared and brought to market by local farmers. The market offers local seasonal vegetables; luscious orchard fruits; fresh-laid eggs; tasty goat and cow cheeses; pasture-raised meats and free-range poultry; fresh fish and seafood; delicious maple syrup, honey, jams sauces, infused oils, juices, elixirs, and pickles; wines and spirits; artisanal bread; home-baked pies and other baked goods, including gluten-free; chocolates; prepared foods; and plants, artisan made jewelry and crafts.

Features:
The Saugerties Farmers’ Market is a gathering place of farmers, community organizations, and families with weekly live music and a children’s art program as well as monthly special events. Enjoy the market café for lunch and for take-out. SNAP (food stamps) and FMNP (Farmers Market Nutrition Program) are gratefully accepted.

Pure Catskills Vendors:
Blue Sky Farm & Winery
Maynard Farms
Sheepy Valley Farm

Other Vendors:
Arepa Mountain Café
Cedar Ridge Nursery
Clay Play Studio
Coco’s Candles & Soaps
Delicioso Deli & Bistro
Fiddlehead Farm
Greene Earth Farm
Highland Farm
Hudson Valley Distillers
Immune Schein
J&J Farm
Kettle Corn
Little Blueberryy
Lindsay Designs
Long Season Farm
Lynnhaven Nubians
Mary Zydel Jewelry
Our Daily Bread
Pucker’s Pickles
Pura Vida Fisheries
Rock n Raw Edibles
Seasoned Delicious
Spruceton Valley Maple Products
Sunporch Baked Goods
Three Kats Treasures
Violet’s Bakery
White Feather Farm
Whitecliff Vineyard
Xtinctio

For more information email the Market Manager, Christine Moss, at contact@SaugertiesFarmersMarket.com or visit saugertiesfarmersmarket.com for calendar of upcoming events.

July 9 - 16

The Jefferson Farmers’ Market has started its second season! Jefferson is located along Rt. 10 and N. Harpersfield Road in Schoharie County, NY, just northeast of Stamford.  The Jefferson Farmers’ Market is housed within the historic and renovated Maple Museum located at 221 Creamery Steet.  Visiting this market is like a step back in time, a simpler time. 

Jefferson Farmers’ Market is May 26th – October 6th, 2018

9AM-12PM
RAIN OR SHINE
Look for WIC, FreshConnect, and SNAP Vendor signs

Products: You will be treated to a wide selection of local farm fresh eggs, honey, cheeses, milk and yogurts, maple syrup and everything you can imagine maple- candy, popcorn, vinegar, barbeque sauce, mustard, sugar, and ground coffee. You will also find, fresh baked scones, cookies, breads, as well as jams, jellies, marmalades, fresh baked bagels, French breads and goodies from our local bakery,organic produce, flats of local raised flowers and vegetables for planting, bees wax candles and creations, lotions and soaps, local spun wool fibers ready for crafting as well as already skillfully crafted wool items, local farm raised chicken, pork, beef, lamb, rabbit and goat meats.  As the summer season progresses, the produce choices become too expansive to list, so you will just have to continue to visit our market each Saturday for new and exciting farm to table choices! NEW this year is the availability to order from vendors signed up on our online ordering site! Contact us for more information.

Pure Catskills Vendors
:
Abba’s Acres
Buck Hill
Cowbella by Bovina Valley
Horton Hill Farm
Peck and Potter

Other Vendors:
Carr’s Creek Soaps
Country Lane Homestead
Brooksworks
Eminence High Pastures
Highland Hollow
Summit Naturals

Brickhouse Bakery

Also available is; Harperfield Cheese, Breadfellows Breads, mushrooms.

Features: WIC and FreshConnect and SNAP will be accepted. We have full summer of local musicians playing live music each Saturday! Check in for special events held on designated Saturday’s.

Look for our advertisements in the Mountain Eagle and My Shopper for scheduled events.

We support eating healthy and buying local to support the farmers, craftsmen and artisans in our community.

For more information contact us at jeffersonnyfarmersmarket@gmail.com

July 2 - July 9

This week's market is the Monticello Farmers' Market, located Broadway at Joe's Park next to #512, Monticello.  The market is held every Thursday from June 28 through August 30 from 3 pm to 6pm

Catskill Mountainkeeper is building a more vibrant and sustainable regional food system that feeds our local communities, supports farmers, and builds our food-related economy at the Liberty and Monticello Farmers’ Markets.

New Vendors Including: Woodside Blue Preserve, Good Find Farm, My Kind of Natural, Right From the Hive, Sherri’s Heirloom Soaps, and Duffy’s in the Cut
-Every market includes fresh locally sourced fruits and vegetables along with handcrafted goods
-BBQ Chicken, ice tea, and lemonade
-Live music and local guest community groups at most markets,

Products: Open-aired market offering local goods, including vegetables, fruits, honey, homemade preserves, BBQ chicken, handcrafted soaps, essential oil blends, special events, and more.

Vendors:

Beaverdam Brook Farm
Woodside Blue Preserve
Good Find Farm
My Kind of Natural
Right From the Hive
Sherri’s Heirloom Soaps
Duffy’s in the Cut

Features: The Liberty and Monticello Farmers Markets are approved for the ‘Farmers Market Nutrition Program’ (FMNP), the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP), the WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Vegetables and Fruit Program and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formally EBT) benefits. These initiatives provide eligible recipients with vouchers that can be used for the purchase of fresh, nutritious, unprepared, locally grown fruits, vegetables, and herbs from approved farmers' markets around New York. The purpose of these programs is both to increase the consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables among low income, disadvantaged residents, including seniors and women, infants and children, as well as to increase awareness within the recipient community about the availability and benefits of fresh, local food.

-There is no charge for admission
-Plenty of free parking

Questions? For more information about the Monticello market, contact market manager Kelly Graham at 845-439-1230 or kelly@catskillmountainkeeper.org or check out their Facebook page ‘Liberty and Monticello Farmers’ Markets’.

June 25 - July 2

This week's market is the Delhi Farmers' Market, located on Court House Square in downtown Delhi.

The Delhi Farmers' Market runs every Wednesday from June 6 - September 26, from 9 AM - 2 PM. 

Products: The diverse, vibrant and dedicated vendors at the Delhi Farmers’ Market the very best an upstate farmers’ market has to offer including, a wide array of super fresh and diverse fruits, berries and vegetables plus an abundance of produce found  exclusively in this market! Cheese, meat, mushrooms, professionally designed jewelry, wood products, pottery, baked good, prepared foods and fresh flowers, all produced locally!

Pure Catskills Vendors:

Abba’s Acres
Awestruck Cider
Berry Brook Farm
Betty Acres Farm
Brookside Farm & Maple
Blue Sky Winery
Burn Ayr Farm
Bye Brook Farm
Dog Foodie

Fantasy Fruit Farm
Pure Mountain Honey

Middlefield Orchard
Scranton’s Natural Products
Star Route Farm
Tay Tea
The Farmers Wife
Wayside Cider
Weinland Farms
Willow and Birch Apothecary

Vendors:
ARK Floral
Cornell Cooperative Extension
Country Pride Cheese House
Corcoran Honey
GG Willow
Fabulous Feathers
Hellers Farm
Heart and Soul Jewelry
Hillary Release
Hollow Winde Farm
Island Girl Body Art
Italian Cookie Home
Lori Ree, LLC
Oakworks
Otissful Bites
Smoke Shack
Township Valley Farm
Ty’s Taco-ria

Questions: The Delhi Farmers' Market is sponsored by the Greater Delhi Chamber of Commerce. If you have questions about the Delhi Farmers' Market, please call Meg at (607) 293-8128 or email megkennedy3@gmail.com.

June 18- June 25

This week's market is the Rock Hill Farmers' Market, located at 223 Rock Hill Drive in Rock Hill, NY.

The Rock Hill Farmers' Market runs 10am-1pm, rain or shine, every Saturday from June 2 to September 29. The market is sponsored by the Rock Hill Business and Community Association.

Products: Local vegetables, hard cider, wine, fruits, eggs, chicken, maple syrup, honey, fresh cut flowers, cheese, baked goods and much more!

Pure Catskills Vendors:
Majestic Farm
Natural Valley Kitchen

Vendors: 
Aaron Burr Cider
Aunt Nenee's
Beaver Dam Brook Farm
Clean Karma
Diehl Homestead Farm
M & S Farm
The Bake House
Trapani Farms
Somewhere In Time Farm
Winterton Farms

Features: Live music under the Gazebo, public bathrooms, accepts FMNP (Farmers market nutrition program) & Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program Coupons (Accepted by Beaver Dam Brook Farm, Somewhere In Time Farm, Trapani Farm & Winterton Farm). Check out the events page for a different event for shoppers every Saturday!

Directions: Exit 109 off of Highway 17! Follow signs.

Questions?
Michelle Lipari, Market Manager
845-699-4976
RHFM
P.O. Box 280
Rock Hill NY, 12775
rhfarmersmarket@gmail.com
www.rockhillfarmersmarket.com

 

June 11 - June 18

This week's market was the Hobart Farmers' Market, held every Friday at the Town Hall, 101 Maple Avenue, in Hobart from June through September, from 4 to 7pm.

The Hobart Farmers’ Market is a community-based marketplace that provides the best in local food in the Catskill region.

Pure Catskills Vendors:
Abbas Acres (Cobleskill) - Chicken, Eggs, Vegetables
Buck Hill Farm (Jefferson) - Maple Products, Vegetables, Cheese, Yogurt
Dog Foodie (Margaretville) - Granola (for people and dogs)
Fall Brook Farm (Roxbury) - Vegetables, Eggs, Honey
Fantasy Fruit Farm (Afton) – Fruit
Ramble Bramble Farm (South Kortright) - Vegetables, Eggs

Weinland Farm (Hobart) - Pastured Beef

Vendors:
Chris' Homemade (Gilboa) - Baked Goods, Preserves, Herbs
Elk Meadow Farm (Westford) - Maple Products, Honey
Evelyn Aguirre (South Kortright) - Usborne Books, Personalized Clothing Items
Fork in the Road (Hobart) - Food Truck
Green Acres Garlic Farm (Jefferson) -  Vegetables, Honey
Jules Wrenne (Hobart) – Knitwear
Lastop Farm (East Meredith) - Asian Vegetables, Edible Flowers, Quilts, Soaps, Portraits
Roam on the Range (Hobart) - Goat meat, Goat Hides, Vegetables
Rosemarie Petzold (Hobart) - Photographs and Handcrafts
Weathered Hill Farm (South Kortright) - Lamb Meat, Chicken, Vegetables

Features: Live music.

Questions: Farmers, artisans, and crafters who are looking for an opportunity to join the market can contact hobartfarmersmarket@yahoo.com and provide your information (what you’d like to sell, what days of the season, etc.).

Visit the Hobart Farmers' Market online, or follow them on their Facebook page.

June 4 - June 11

This week's market was the Lexington Farmers' Market, located on Route 42 in Lexington, NY in the Lexington Municipal Building Pavilion.

The Lexington Farmers Market opens on Saturday, May 26 in 2018 and runs every other Saturday through October 27, from 10 - noon. 2018 dates this year are May 26, June 9, 23; July 7, 21; Aug. 4, 18; Sept. 1, 15, 29; Oct. 13, 27. Late Holiday Farm & Gift Market December 8th.

Products: 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, chutneys and value-added products.

Pure Catskills Vendors:
Heather Ridge Farm 
JJF Black Angus Cattle
RSK Farm
Story Farms
West Kill Brewing, LLC

Other Vendors Include:
Bulich Mushroom Farm
Elementals– Herbal Soaps & Sundries
Harpersfield Cheese
Maple Hill Farm
Newton Farm
North Settlement Natural

Features: Covered: rain or shine. Free. No dogs under pavilion. Special events planned. Guest artists and artisans welcome for scheduled appearances. Contact the market manager.

Directions: From Prattsville east or Hunter west on 23A to Route 42 in Lexington. Route 42 goes through the hamlet and turns left to cross the Schoharie and right again towards Shandaken. Approximately 3 miles from 23A is the Lexington Municipal Building. We meet under the pavilion on the grounds. From Route 28, turn on Route 42, and about 13 miles on.

Questions? Contact Bonnie Blader, blader.bonnie9@gmail.com 518-989-6211

May 28 - June 4

The Weekly Franklin Farmers’ Market, located in front of Chapel Hall (25 Institute Street, off of Main Street), across from the Franklin Central School.

Sundays 10 am - 2 pm, Opening day is Memorial Day weekend, Sunday May, 27th till Columbus Day weekend, Sunday, October 7th.

Some of the items for sale from local vendors include:-Grass-fed beef and pork, veal, rabbit, bacon, chops, sausages, chicken (whole and halves), fresh eggs
-Produce and herbs: blueberries, lettuces, onions, carrots, squash varieties, zucchini, scallions, beets, kale, chard, collards, potatoes, broccoli, garlic, oregano, basil,    sage, and thyme
-Plants:  annuals, perennials, herb and vegetable starters.
-Herbal tea blends and freshly brewed iced nettle tea.
-Organic breads, croissants, ciabatta, cinnamon buns, cardamom twists, rolls, and more
-Maple syrup and maple syrup products, honey, cheeses, jams, jellies, granola, and fudge
-Goat-milk soaps and lotions, vegan soaps, and herbal skin care products
-Beeswax, jelly-jar, and votive candles, flowers, and floral products
-Artwork and crafts by local artists, including paintings, posters, and leather jewelry
-Grilled gyros, lemonade, and iced tea

Products: Open-aired market offering local goods, including meats, vegetables, fruits, eggs, cheese, maple and honey products, breads, baked goods, plants, coffee and special events.

Pure Catskills Vendor:

East Brook Farm

Other Vendors: Cordwood Acres, Elk Meadows Farm, Enough… and a Little Bit More Farm, Fokish Farm, Hare & Feather Farm, Thorn Cottage Farm, Wheat Hill Farm

Features:

-Some vendors accept EBT/ SNAP payments.
-There is no charge for admission
-Plenty of free parking,
-Live music

Questions? For more information about the market, visit their Facebook page or contact market manager Trish Tyrell at tkty21007@hotmail.com

 


May 21 - May 28

This week's market is the Cooperstown Farmers' Market, located at 101 Main Street, Pioneer Alley, Cooperstown, NY 13326.

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.

Saturdays:
January through April, 10am to 2pm;
May through August, 8am to 2pm; and
September through December, 9am to 2pm,
and on Tuesdays: June through August, 12pm to 5pm

Products: Make one stop at the market to find everything you need to enjoy our diverse local bounty. Thirty growers, producers, and artisans, all located within 50 miles, provide your weekly staples including fresh seasonal produce, pasture raised meats, handmade breads, artisan cheeses, grass-fed milk and free range eggs. Round out your shopping list with honey, flowers, wine, maple syrup, sweet treats, artisan crafts and more!

Features: The only heated indoor farmers’ market in the region, the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market operates year round, rain or shine. SNAP and FMNP Accepted~
*Now offering FreshConnect Checks! Spend $5 in SNAP and receive a $2 FreshConnect Check.

The Farmers’ Market features local musicians every Saturday, May through December.

Pure Catskills Vendors:
Berry Brook Farm, Black Willow Pond Farm, Byebrook Farm, Girasole Farm, Le Marais Chocolat, L’ouvriere Candle Studio, The Maiden’s Creamery, Middlefield Orchard, Nectar Hills Farm, Painted Goat Farm, Weathertop Farm.

Vendors: Arabeth Farm, Ariginal Art, Ark Floral, Art Far, Black Cat Bakery, By the Handful, The Cabbage Cove, Clarkshire Farms, Dutchayr Fibers and Mimikis Wooly Bears, Dye Wear, Earth & Sky Glassworks, Gaia’s Breath Farm, Glimmerglass Alpacas, Hand Knits, Heller’s Farm, The Herb Cupboard, Italian Cookie Home, Jacqueline’s Spinning and Weaving Studio, Karla Andela Pottery, Lapps Produce, Laura’s Chocolates, Lilac Hill Farm, Mappy Oakley, Mill Hollow Maple, Mint Spring Farm, Mountain View Dairy, Pail Shop Vineyards, Paper Wolf Design, Rock Hill Farm, Sharon Springs Granola Company, Solstice Hill Farm, SOVA Farms, Star Field Designs, Summers End Orchard, Tech Tamer Woodworks, Terracotta Republic, Wildwoods Woodturning, Windfall Design.

Questions: Contact the Market Manager, Shannon Kirch, at market@otsego2000.org or 607-547-6195.