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Youth Basketball at Utica’s Recreation Center

The Rec Center hosts the youth Dick Miller/Mychal Harris basketball league comprised of 4th, 5th, and 6th graders from the Utica, New Hartford, Clinton, Notre Dame, CVA, and Whitesboro school districts.

Homemade Maple Syrup - Mohawk Valley Today

Homemade Maple Syrup

Just the idea of it – Collect sap from trees and turning it into sugar, and also sweet delicious syrup. How did people come up with the idea to make maple syrup?? Making Homemade Maple Syrup in the Mohawk Valley has long history. We are happy to be part of this fascinating and wonderful tradition!

MVEDD Workshop

Homesteading Workshops Coming to the Mohawk Valley!

MVEDD will be hosting three different community Homesteading Workshops in 2024 with dates to be announced soon.

Duane Womack, Astrophotographer

By day, Duane is a Rental Shop Manager at Syracuse Scenery & Stage Lighting. By night, he stands in his yard in Rome, NY, capturing stills of the beautiful light that remains in the sky.

Cornell Cooperative Extension 0f Oneida County

Notice of Organizational Meeting of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County

The Board of Directors for Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County will hold its Annual Organizational Meeting on January 25, 2024 at 6:00PM.

Save the Date for Boonville Snow Festival II 2024

Boonville Snow Festival II from Friday, January 26 through Sunday, January 28, at the Boonville Oneida County Fairgrounds in Boonville NY.

Boilermaker Announces 2024 Race Plans

Officials from the Boilermaker Road Race unveiled the new race logo & announced that this year’s races will be run on Sunday, July 14, 2024.

New York State Annual Toy Drive

Governor Hochul announces New York State Annual Holiday Drive

Governor Kathy Hochul recently announced New York’s annual statewide holiday donation drive to benefit families in need across New York State.

Oneida Indian Nation to Host Holiday Craft Fair

Oneida Indian Nation to Host American Indian Holiday Craft Fair at Turning Stone Resort Casino Saturday, December 2 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Crackdown on Unsafe Driving Through Thanksgiving Weekend

Construction Related Lane Closures Limited From 6 A.M. Wednesday, November 22 Through 6 A.M. Monday, November 27.

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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.

Johnson Park Center (JPC) Food Pantry

Johnson Park Center (JPC) Food Pantry

Johnson Park Center Food Pantry, Photo by Johnson Park Center Facebook PageThe Johnson Park Center (JPC) Food Pantry dates and times during the month of January

Johnson Park Center located at 1400 Block of West Street, Utica, NY.

Below is the JPC Food Pantry Schedule for Opening Day/Hours, Rain-Snow or Shine.

If you do not have a JPC Food Pantry Card, please bring  Identification (ID) for everyone living in your household. We will assist you in completing the Food Pantry Intake Application “On-Site” at the Intake Station near the Sign-In Station. For JPC Food Consumers, if you need to recertify with the JPC Annual Recertification and Identification Verification, bring your Johnson Park Center Food Pantry Card (JPCFPC) and the IDs of everyone in your household. Acceptable Government-Issued IDs such as Birth Certificates, NYS Driver’s Licenses, NYS Photo IDs, Social Security Cards, NYS Benefit Cards, and Prison Photo IDs.

JPC Free Choice Food Pantry

Walkers
· Monday, February 12, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
· Tuesday, February 13, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
· Monday, February 19, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
· Tuesday, February 20, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm

The JPC Free Food Giveaway

Drive Thru (cars/vehicles only )
· Monday, Monday, February 26, from 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm

Walkers
· Tuesday, February 27, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Thank you for your continued support & Join Positive Change at Johnson Park Center (JPC).
Rev. Dr. Maria A. Scates, D.D.
President/ CEO / Founder

For more information about the JPC Food Pantry and please visit Johnson Park Center.

You can find more events near you at Mohawk Valley Today Events.

Johnson Park Center (JPC) Food Pantry

Johnson Park Center (JPC) Food Pantry

Johnson Park Center Food Pantry, Photo by Johnson Park Center Facebook PageThe Johnson Park Center (JPC) Food Pantry dates and times during the month of January

Johnson Park Center located at 1400 Block of West Street, Utica, NY.

Below is the JPC Food Pantry Schedule for Opening Day/Hours, Rain-Snow or Shine.

If you do not have a JPC Food Pantry Card, please bring  Identification (ID) for everyone living in your household. We will assist you in completing the Food Pantry Intake Application “On-Site” at the Intake Station near the Sign-In Station. For JPC Food Consumers, if you need to recertify with the JPC Annual Recertification and Identification Verification, bring your Johnson Park Center Food Pantry Card (JPCFPC) and the IDs of everyone in your household. Acceptable Government-Issued IDs such as Birth Certificates, NYS Driver’s Licenses, NYS Photo IDs, Social Security Cards, NYS Benefit Cards, and Prison Photo IDs.

JPC Free Choice Food Pantry

Walkers
· Monday, February 12, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
· Tuesday, February 13, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
· Monday, February 19, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
· Tuesday, February 20, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm

The JPC Free Food Giveaway

Drive Thru (cars/vehicles only )
· Monday, Monday, February 26, from 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm

Walkers
· Tuesday, February 27, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Thank you for your continued support & Join Positive Change at Johnson Park Center (JPC).
Rev. Dr. Maria A. Scates, D.D.
President/ CEO / Founder

For more information about the JPC Food Pantry and please visit Johnson Park Center.

You can find more events near you at Mohawk Valley Today Events.

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.

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.

Small Harvest, Big Impact: Agribusiness Day

Small Harvest, Big Impact: Agribusiness Day

Small Harvest, Big Impact: Nurturing Success of Your Agribusiness

We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday, March 5th at MVCC’s thINCubator located at 326 Broad St, Utica, NY. Registration will start at 9:30 am. Programming will run through 3:00 pm with light morning refreshments and lunch.

Small Harvest Big Impact, Oneida CCE

Subject content will be highly relevant to your business with breakout sessions to deep dive into your unique business needs.

10:00 pm – Introduction/Welcome

10:15 pm – Business Planning, Working with Restaurant Customers & SBDC Overview

11:15 pm – Assessing Opportunities

12:15 pm – Lunch

1:00 pm – Financial Projections & Funding

2:00 pm – Breakout Sessions

3:00 pm – Conclusion

Event Coordinator: Maryellen Baldwin
Host County: Oneida County
Location: MVCC’s thINCubator
Event Date Registration Opens Registration Ends March 5, 2024