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Dolgeville Blueberries, Blues, and BBQ

Blueberries, Blues, and BBQ

The Blueberries, Blues and BBQ Festival held at Plowe Park and begins at 9:00am on August 5, 2023 in Dolgeville, Herkimer County, NY.

We’re so excited about the Frankfort Farmers’ Market!

Get ready for the Frankfort Farmers’ Market beginning June 17 on Saturdays, 9am-1pm at the Frankfort Marina! Season is from June-October.

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Local Foods Mohawk Valley Farmers’ Market

Where you spend your money matters, and there are environmental, economic, and health benefits to buying your goods locally.

This is never more true than in the case of local food, which benefits the environment by reducing the amount of resources expended from farm to fork and requires less packaging and refrigeration. Local food benefits our economy by increasing our food security, reinvesting in local resources, and improving the transparency in our food system. Local food benefits our health by minimizing nutrient loss between harvest and consumption and may be less likely to be contaminated by chemical and biological pollutants.

The Local Foods Mohawk Valley Farmers’ Market has a variety of producers offering a wide selection of produce.

Check out the LFMV website for all the details!

HOW THE ONLINE FARMER’S MARKET WORKS:

  • Register for a customer account
  • Shop from our categories or your favorite vendors – the online store will be open from 6:00 a.m. Wednesday to 11:55 p.m. Sunday
  • Pay for your order via the online cart
  • Pick up your order via curbside delivery the following Tuesday between 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s Preschool (5 Prospect Street)

Please read a slightly more detailed version of how the market works on our Customer Info page after you register your account.

LFMV’s goals can be broken into micro and macro missions:

Micro mission

To help connect and conveniently distribute the goods of local farmers, craftspeople, and artisan producers to local customers as a means of cultivating a robust local economy— one that emphasizes the importance of community resilience and transparency in the face of macro events.

Macro mission

To participate and to collaborate in the larger movement of re-localizing economies in order to mitigate the effects of climate change and modern socio-cultural alienation, and by doing so, to become less reliant on fossil fuels, to reduce waste created by unsold goods, and to keep money circulating in our community.

Local Foods Mohawk Valley Farmers’ Market

Where you spend your money matters, and there are environmental, economic, and health benefits to buying your goods locally.

This is never more true than in the case of local food, which benefits the environment by reducing the amount of resources expended from farm to fork and requires less packaging and refrigeration. Local food benefits our economy by increasing our food security, reinvesting in local resources, and improving the transparency in our food system. Local food benefits our health by minimizing nutrient loss between harvest and consumption and may be less likely to be contaminated by chemical and biological pollutants.

The Local Foods Mohawk Valley Farmers’ Market has a variety of producers offering a wide selection of produce.

Check out the LFMV website for all the details!

HOW THE ONLINE FARMER’S MARKET WORKS:

  • Register for a customer account
  • Shop from our categories or your favorite vendors – the online store will be open from 6:00 a.m. Wednesday to 11:55 p.m. Sunday
  • Pay for your order via the online cart
  • Pick up your order via curbside delivery the following Tuesday between 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s Preschool (5 Prospect Street)

Please read a slightly more detailed version of how the market works on our Customer Info page after you register your account.

LFMV’s goals can be broken into micro and macro missions:

Micro mission

To help connect and conveniently distribute the goods of local farmers, craftspeople, and artisan producers to local customers as a means of cultivating a robust local economy— one that emphasizes the importance of community resilience and transparency in the face of macro events.

Macro mission

To participate and to collaborate in the larger movement of re-localizing economies in order to mitigate the effects of climate change and modern socio-cultural alienation, and by doing so, to become less reliant on fossil fuels, to reduce waste created by unsold goods, and to keep money circulating in our community.

Local Foods Mohawk Valley Farmers’ Market

Where you spend your money matters, and there are environmental, economic, and health benefits to buying your goods locally.

This is never more true than in the case of local food, which benefits the environment by reducing the amount of resources expended from farm to fork and requires less packaging and refrigeration. Local food benefits our economy by increasing our food security, reinvesting in local resources, and improving the transparency in our food system. Local food benefits our health by minimizing nutrient loss between harvest and consumption and may be less likely to be contaminated by chemical and biological pollutants.

The Local Foods Mohawk Valley Farmers’ Market has a variety of producers offering a wide selection of produce.

Check out the LFMV website for all the details!

HOW THE ONLINE FARMER’S MARKET WORKS:

  • Register for a customer account
  • Shop from our categories or your favorite vendors – the online store will be open from 6:00 a.m. Wednesday to 11:55 p.m. Sunday
  • Pay for your order via the online cart
  • Pick up your order via curbside delivery the following Tuesday between 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s Preschool (5 Prospect Street)

Please read a slightly more detailed version of how the market works on our Customer Info page after you register your account.

LFMV’s goals can be broken into micro and macro missions:

Micro mission

To help connect and conveniently distribute the goods of local farmers, craftspeople, and artisan producers to local customers as a means of cultivating a robust local economy— one that emphasizes the importance of community resilience and transparency in the face of macro events.

Macro mission

To participate and to collaborate in the larger movement of re-localizing economies in order to mitigate the effects of climate change and modern socio-cultural alienation, and by doing so, to become less reliant on fossil fuels, to reduce waste created by unsold goods, and to keep money circulating in our community.

Local Foods Mohawk Valley Farmers’ Market

Where you spend your money matters, and there are environmental, economic, and health benefits to buying your goods locally.

This is never more true than in the case of local food, which benefits the environment by reducing the amount of resources expended from farm to fork and requires less packaging and refrigeration. Local food benefits our economy by increasing our food security, reinvesting in local resources, and improving the transparency in our food system. Local food benefits our health by minimizing nutrient loss between harvest and consumption and may be less likely to be contaminated by chemical and biological pollutants.

The Local Foods Mohawk Valley Farmers’ Market has a variety of producers offering a wide selection of produce.

Check out the LFMV website for all the details!

HOW THE ONLINE FARMER’S MARKET WORKS:

  • Register for a customer account
  • Shop from our categories or your favorite vendors – the online store will be open from 6:00 a.m. Wednesday to 11:55 p.m. Sunday
  • Pay for your order via the online cart
  • Pick up your order via curbside delivery the following Tuesday between 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s Preschool (5 Prospect Street)

Please read a slightly more detailed version of how the market works on our Customer Info page after you register your account.

LFMV’s goals can be broken into micro and macro missions:

Micro mission

To help connect and conveniently distribute the goods of local farmers, craftspeople, and artisan producers to local customers as a means of cultivating a robust local economy— one that emphasizes the importance of community resilience and transparency in the face of macro events.

Macro mission

To participate and to collaborate in the larger movement of re-localizing economies in order to mitigate the effects of climate change and modern socio-cultural alienation, and by doing so, to become less reliant on fossil fuels, to reduce waste created by unsold goods, and to keep money circulating in our community.

Oneida County Public Market Shop Now

Oneida County Public Market

Oneida County Public market

Shopping local made easier!

We are a hub for the sale of fresh and unique products and a festival-like atmosphere of entertainment, art and family.

The Oneida County Public Market (OCPM) was established in 2011 by County Executive Anthony Picente, Jr. as an economic development initiative with a primary goal of establishing the first year-round produce market in downtown Utica, a community classified as a food desert by the USDA. The dual focus of this initiative included not only the establishment of the Public Market, but the revitalization of the long shuttered Railroad Express Agency (REA) wing of the Union Station.

You can now PREORDER OCPM Vendor’s items on our E-commerce site!

*Shop from Monday at 5PM to Thursday at 5PM

*Pickup orders from the market on Saturday between 10Am-12:30PM

*Pickup either IN THE MARKET from the E-commerce table or CURBSIDE PICKUP!

Use the link below to shop!

https://oneidacountymarket.localfoodmarketplace.com/Products

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Oneonta Farmer's Market

Oneonta Farmers’ Market

The Oneonta Farmers’ Market

The Oneonta Farmers’ Market is a year round market connecting community with farmers & artisans that produce and raise their food.

Open Times:Oneonta Farmers' Market Sign

The market is open on Saturdays from 9 am to 12 pm

Location

The  Market is located at the Foothills, Market Street, Oneonta.

Please use recommended best practices for social distancing, face masks and sanitation. It is helpful to reach out to vendors directly and pre-order items to speed up time at market and attempt to ensure ample supply.
Market applications for prospective vendors and community guests can be found on the Vendor page.

You can find more local markets in Mohawk Valley Markets.

There are more events and things to do at Mohawk Valley Events.

Cooperstown Farmer's Market

Cooperstown Farmers’ Market

Shop the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market to find everything you need to enjoy our diverse local bounty.

Growers, producers, and artisans, all located within 50 miles of Cooperstown, 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, plants, wine, maple syrup, sweet treats, artisan crafts, and more! Enjoy live local music at the Market every Saturday, 10 am to noon.

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market, founded by Otsego 2000 in 1991, supports local growers, producers, and artisans and offers a direct connection between producer and consumer. A Saturday ritual for many, the Farmers’ Market is a welcoming place of community.

Take a look at the recipes we’ve gathered that feature Farmers’ Market ingredients!

Open Year-round

Saturday Markets

May through December: 9 am – 2 pm

January through April: 10 am – 2 pm

Tuesday Markets

July, August & September, 12 pm – 5 pm

SNAP and FMNP Welcome!

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market and the Cooperstown Lions Club have partnered to offer SNAP Match. SNAP Match enables customers to stretch their grocery dollars by doubling an EBT coin distribution with SNAP Match Vouchers. In 2020, the Community Foundation of Otsego County provided a grant to increase the SNAP Match by $10 in light of the pandemic. The SNAP Match PLUS program provides a 1:1 match up to $15, PLUS an extra $10. Market customers using $15 or more in SNAP benefits will receive an extra $25 to spend at the Market.

Local Foods Mohawk Valley Farmers’ Market

Where you spend your money matters, and there are environmental, economic, and health benefits to buying your goods locally.

This is never more true than in the case of local food, which benefits the environment by reducing the amount of resources expended from farm to fork and requires less packaging and refrigeration. Local food benefits our economy by increasing our food security, reinvesting in local resources, and improving the transparency in our food system. Local food benefits our health by minimizing nutrient loss between harvest and consumption and may be less likely to be contaminated by chemical and biological pollutants.

The Local Foods Mohawk Valley Farmers’ Market has a variety of producers offering a wide selection of produce.

Check out the LFMV website for all the details!

HOW THE ONLINE FARMER’S MARKET WORKS:

  • Register for a customer account
  • Shop from our categories or your favorite vendors – the online store will be open from 6:00 a.m. Wednesday to 11:55 p.m. Sunday
  • Pay for your order via the online cart
  • Pick up your order via curbside delivery the following Tuesday between 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s Preschool (5 Prospect Street)

Please read a slightly more detailed version of how the market works on our Customer Info page after you register your account.

LFMV’s goals can be broken into micro and macro missions:

Micro mission

To help connect and conveniently distribute the goods of local farmers, craftspeople, and artisan producers to local customers as a means of cultivating a robust local economy— one that emphasizes the importance of community resilience and transparency in the face of macro events.

Macro mission

To participate and to collaborate in the larger movement of re-localizing economies in order to mitigate the effects of climate change and modern socio-cultural alienation, and by doing so, to become less reliant on fossil fuels, to reduce waste created by unsold goods, and to keep money circulating in our community.

Local Foods Mohawk Valley Farmers’ Market

Where you spend your money matters, and there are environmental, economic, and health benefits to buying your goods locally.

This is never more true than in the case of local food, which benefits the environment by reducing the amount of resources expended from farm to fork and requires less packaging and refrigeration. Local food benefits our economy by increasing our food security, reinvesting in local resources, and improving the transparency in our food system. Local food benefits our health by minimizing nutrient loss between harvest and consumption and may be less likely to be contaminated by chemical and biological pollutants.

The Local Foods Mohawk Valley Farmers’ Market has a variety of producers offering a wide selection of produce.

Check out the LFMV website for all the details!

HOW THE ONLINE FARMER’S MARKET WORKS:

  • Register for a customer account
  • Shop from our categories or your favorite vendors – the online store will be open from 6:00 a.m. Wednesday to 11:55 p.m. Sunday
  • Pay for your order via the online cart
  • Pick up your order via curbside delivery the following Tuesday between 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s Preschool (5 Prospect Street)

Please read a slightly more detailed version of how the market works on our Customer Info page after you register your account.

LFMV’s goals can be broken into micro and macro missions:

Micro mission

To help connect and conveniently distribute the goods of local farmers, craftspeople, and artisan producers to local customers as a means of cultivating a robust local economy— one that emphasizes the importance of community resilience and transparency in the face of macro events.

Macro mission

To participate and to collaborate in the larger movement of re-localizing economies in order to mitigate the effects of climate change and modern socio-cultural alienation, and by doing so, to become less reliant on fossil fuels, to reduce waste created by unsold goods, and to keep money circulating in our community.

Local Foods Mohawk Valley Farmers’ Market

Where you spend your money matters, and there are environmental, economic, and health benefits to buying your goods locally.

This is never more true than in the case of local food, which benefits the environment by reducing the amount of resources expended from farm to fork and requires less packaging and refrigeration. Local food benefits our economy by increasing our food security, reinvesting in local resources, and improving the transparency in our food system. Local food benefits our health by minimizing nutrient loss between harvest and consumption and may be less likely to be contaminated by chemical and biological pollutants.

The Local Foods Mohawk Valley Farmers’ Market has a variety of producers offering a wide selection of produce.

Check out the LFMV website for all the details!

HOW THE ONLINE FARMER’S MARKET WORKS:

  • Register for a customer account
  • Shop from our categories or your favorite vendors – the online store will be open from 6:00 a.m. Wednesday to 11:55 p.m. Sunday
  • Pay for your order via the online cart
  • Pick up your order via curbside delivery the following Tuesday between 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s Preschool (5 Prospect Street)

Please read a slightly more detailed version of how the market works on our Customer Info page after you register your account.

LFMV’s goals can be broken into micro and macro missions:

Micro mission

To help connect and conveniently distribute the goods of local farmers, craftspeople, and artisan producers to local customers as a means of cultivating a robust local economy— one that emphasizes the importance of community resilience and transparency in the face of macro events.

Macro mission

To participate and to collaborate in the larger movement of re-localizing economies in order to mitigate the effects of climate change and modern socio-cultural alienation, and by doing so, to become less reliant on fossil fuels, to reduce waste created by unsold goods, and to keep money circulating in our community.