- Dolgeville: Pavilion across from Fire Station, 20 South Helmer Ave – Saturday 9 am – 1 pm (Opening June 1, 2019) ~ manager: Barb Campbell (315) 429-3548 ~ email@example.com
- Herkimer: FoltsBrook Center,104 North Washington St (corner of N. Washington and State Streets) – Thursday 3 – 7 pm (Opening July 11, 2019) ~ manager: Rose Burroughs (315) 866-6964 X 284 ~ RBurroughs@foltsbrook.com
- Little Falls: M&T Bank lot, Albany St. – Saturday 8 am – noon (Opening May 11, 2019) ~ manager: Mary Davis (315) 866-2619 ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mohawk: Weller Park, West Main St – Wednesday 2 – 6 pm (Opening June 12, 2019) ~ manager: Bre Baylor (315) 866-2983
- Old Forge: Park Ave, between Crosby & Lamberton St, behind Old Forge Hardware (accepting SNAP-EBT) – Friday 1 pm – 5 pm (Opening June 21, 2019) ~ manager: Sue Huber (315) 395-6774 ~ email@example.com
- Richfield Springs: Spring Park, Main St – Thursday 2 – 6 pm; Saturday 8 am – 1 pm (Opening June 15, 2019) ~ manager Ron Bayzon (315) 858-2703 ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
- Salisbury: Town Hall upper parking lot, 126 State Route 29A – Friday 9 am-1 pm (Opening May 24, 2019) ~ manager: Gina Thompson (315) 429-9102 ~ Gfranki79@yahoo.com
Click on the name of the market to bring you to MapQuest for driving directions.
Look for the Farmers’ Markets on Facebook!
See where the markets are located on the “Herkimer County Local Foods Map” on the 2019 Herkimer County Local Foods Map. The 2019 map is available at our office in East Herkimer. It’s also available at many of the vendors on our map & will be at the Farmers’ Markets this summer.
For markets in other areas see the New York State Ag & Markets site at https://data.ny.gov/Economic-Development/Farmers-Markets-in-New-York-State/qq4h-8p86
For more information on eating local seehttp://fmnp.nutrition.cornell.edu/ The site provides consumers with basic information about the WIC and Senior FMNP programs, as well as recipes with which to prepare seasonal produce, and other resources about nutrition and physical activity
“Eat3” was a campaign to encourage families to Eat Well, Eat Local, and Eat Together. This project was designed to help you choose, prepare, and enjoy healthy family meals using locally-grown produce. Although no longer an active campaign, the resources are still available through the Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program website. Check out http://fmnp.nutrition.cornell.edu/ for more information. The site provides consumers with basic information about the WIC and Senior FMNP programs, as well as recipes with which to prepare seasonal produce, and other resources about nutrition and physical activity.
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