Farmers' Market of the Week: Jefferson

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

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
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.

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