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Below is a listing of all farmers markets in NYS that we have information from. To add a new or missing market’s information to this list or to modify any information on a listing, please contact [email protected]

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NYC Woodlawn Farmers' Market Anne Doherty/Mary Capozzi 4318 Katonah Ave 914-374-8264 9am 2pm Saturday Bronx 917-678-6149 June November Yes No Our market is one city block long and is looking to sell fresh produce, cheese, honey, maple syrup. artisan crafts, wine and homemade goods. 9000 people live within walking distance of the market's location. There is an adjoining neighborhood in Yonkers with another 400 withing walking distance. Both neighborhoods share a parish, community center and youth sports organizations.
NYC Woodlawn Farmers' Market Anne Doherty/Mary Capozzi 4318 Katonah Ave 914-374-8264 9am 2pm Saturday Bronx 917-678-6149 June November Yes No Our market is one city block long and is looking to sell fresh produce, cheese, honey, maple syrup. artisan crafts, wine and homemade goods. 9000 people live within walking distance of the market's location. There is an adjoining neighborhood in Yonkers with another 400 withing walking distance. Both neighborhoods share a parish, community center and youth sports organizations.
NYC Woodlawn Farmers' Market Anne Doherty/Mary Capozzi 4318 Katonah Ave 914-374-8264 9am 2pm Saturday Bronx 917-678-6149 June November Yes No Our market is one city block long and is looking to sell fresh produce, cheese, honey, maple syrup. artisan crafts, wine and homemade goods. 9000 people live within walking distance of the market's location. There is an adjoining neighborhood in Yonkers with another 400 withing walking distance. Both neighborhoods share a parish, community center and youth sports organizations.
NYC Woodlawn Farmers' Market Anne Doherty/Mary Capozzi 4318 Katonah Ave 914-374-8264 9am 2pm Saturday Bronx 917-678-6149 June November Yes No Our market is one city block long and is looking to sell fresh produce, cheese, honey, maple syrup. artisan crafts, wine and homemade goods. 9000 people live within walking distance of the market's location. There is an adjoining neighborhood in Yonkers with another 400 withing walking distance. Both neighborhoods share a parish, community center and youth sports organizations.
Oneida Berkshire Rome Vendors market Judith Wagner 101 West Dominick St 315-335-6748 9am 6pm Friday Rome May November Yes Yes About 3-5 vendors, Jewelry and clothing. Fruits and vegtables.
Oneida Boonville Farmers Market Kelly Ulrich/Judie Dellerba/ Eric Wojahn 222 Schuyler Street 315 335-9851 12 noon Thursday Boonville 315 942-4354 Mid June Mid October Yes No Our market includes organic foods, beef, jewelry, baked goods and live entertainment. We also have demonstrations by vendors
Oneida City of Sherrill Farmers Market Sara Getman 377 Sherrill Road (315) 897-0139 3pm 7pm Tuesday Sherrill (315) 363-6525 16-May Early Fall 2016 No No Our market offers produce, pizzas, soaps, candles, jams, and a variety of other wonderful products. Stop by the market and then stay for our summer concert series!
Oneida City of Utica Farmer's Market Dave Short Elizabeth Street 315-792-0114 8:00AM 5:00PM Wednesday Utica June October Yes No Our market has a large variety of fuits and vegtables/ jams, baked goods and homemade articles.
Oneida Clinton Farmers Market Jackie Walters West Park Row 315-853-1735 10:00 AM 4:00 PM Thursday Clinton 2-Jun 6-Oct Yes Yes The Clinton Farmers Market is one of the largest markets in the Mohawk Valley region. It started twenty years ago with only a few vendors and now has over seventy! The location of the Clinton Farmers Market provides the picturesque farmers market setting for visitors. It’s bustling activity and occasional live music make it a great place to spend the day with family and friends. The Clinton Farmers Market accepts EBT SNAP benefits. Look for the information tent at the market under the “Use Your SNAP Benefits Card to Get Tokens Here” banner. Shoppers can use their EBT SNAP benefits to purchase tokens at the manager’s booth. Tokens can be used farmers’ stands Your tokens can buy fruits, vegetables, plants that produce food, breads, meat, fish, poultry, dairy products, maple and honey products, seeds for plants that produce food, baked goods intended for home consumption, jams, sauces, and soups. www.clintonnychamber.org
Oneida Oneida County Public Market Beth Irons 321 Main Street 315-798-3639 9:00am 1:00pm Saturday Utica 315-765-1865 Mid May April Yes No Our Mission is to create an atmosphere where vendors, community members and businesses can sell, shop and support locally. Our objectives include:<br /><br />providing a venue for farmers to sell their product directly to consumers; <br /><br />creating access to fresh, healthy and locally grown foods to consumers; <br /><br />providing health, nutrition and economic benefit to the community;<br /><br />serving as a catalyst of economic benefit to surrounding businesses and venues; and creating and enhancing a sense of community, positioning the market as a gathering place that fosters community pride and spirit. Many things come together to create a good farmers market including local foods, local people, community service providers, community health organizations, libraries, musicians, and media as well as consumers wanting better food for themselves and their families. The Oneida County Public Market works to bring all these components together with the right recipe to create a social gathering place where family and friends meet over food. From fresh picked fruits and vegetables and fresh baked breads to mouth watering, ready to eat treats—Union Station is the place to be on Saturday mornings year round. We promise to continue what has become a tradition for many, going to the Oneida County Public Market. We plan to make it memorable and delicious week after week.