FARMERS MARKETS ARE FUNDAMENTAL
To health, community, happiness, connection, and our food system.
Being at a farmers’ market early in the morning is like the moments before the curtain rises on a grand opera. Instead of costume adjustments, musicians tuning, and divas running scales, the soft morning lights shines on vegetables being arranged in perfect rows, fish glistening in their cases, and hot loaves of bread slowly steaming.
Anywhere you go in the world where architecture from an old time remains, you will find space dedicated to farmers markets.
In the ruins of ancient Greek and Roman cities, the agoras and forums hold a foundational spot easily accessible to city dwellers receiving fresh produce from the country side with easy access for farmers to bring heavy carts laden with ceramic bottles full of olive oil and wine or sacks of squash, potatoes, and grains.
While so very many things have changed in the intervening millennia since these ancient civilizations, charmingly little has changed in this fundamental aspect of society: the farmers’ market.
Towns from the English Cotswolds to the Eastern European capitals to the sprawling metropoli of Asia still have market squares at their heart, and many products you find at markets today have changed little except their packaging over the years.
Every week when we arrive at our markets, set up alongside fellow passionate food products, and interact with customers, we are honored to be part of this millennia-old tradition of an outdoor community connecting eaters to those who grow and make their food.
We can’t wait to see you out partaking in this fundamental food experience soon.
BEFORE THE MARKET
Click the ``Order Online`` button on any page to place a pre-order for any of our markets, so your items will be all packed up and ready for you to pick-up without waiting in line.
Find Our Treats in These Locations This Summer
Woodstock Farm Festival
Weekly on Wednesdays in Woodstock, we sell a wide selection of sourdough breads, savory snacks, gluten-free granolas, and New York-grown pantry items. Market runs May 19 - Oct 13 from 3 - 7 pm May through August, and 2 - 6 pm after Labor Day.
Park Slope Farmers Market
Every Sunday year-round, we're at the corner of 5th Ave and 4th Street for the Park Slope Down to Earth Farmers Market from 10 am to 3 pm with sourdough breads, gluten-free and vegan baked goods, gluten-free granolas, savory snacks, and honey- and maple-based jams.
Larchmont Farmers Markets
On alternate Saturdays beginning May 1, we're at the Larchmont Down to Earth Farmers Market from 8:30 am to 1 pm with sourdough breads, gluten-free and vegan baked goods, gluten-free granolas, savory snacks, and honey- and maple-based jams.
Kingston Farmers Market
On alternate Saturdays beginning May 8, we're at the Kingston Farmers Market in Uptown Kingston from 9am to 2pm with sourdough breads, gluten-free and vegan baked goods, gluten-free granolas, savory snacks, New York-grown pantry items, honey- and maple-based jams, and fresh specialty herbs and greens that we grow on our farm.