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 All Cortlandt Manor Listings10567, history, about cortlandt, northwestern corner, history and antiquities, things to do, places to go, around cortlandt, activities, attractions, state parks in cortlandt, golf courses in westchester, antique shops, outdoor activities, nature walk  featured listings  

 Cortlandt Manor Farmers' Markets | Farm Stores

10567, Farm Market, Cortlandt Manor, NY, garden center, farmers market, hanging baskets, annuals, vegetable plants, locally grown produce, local farms, kids, Fun Things to Do, local apples, Christmas trees, Thanksgiving morning | Westchester cortlandt farm market & garden center

  Cortlandt Farm Market is located at 2267 Crompond Road, Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567 in Westchester County. Our farm market has been family owned and operated since 1976. We are a full service garden center and farmers market that uses our greenhouses to grow extraordinary hanging baskets, annuals and vegetable plants.

Spring Our lush hanging baskets are grown right here in our greenhouse. We carry many varieties and configurations. We are sure to have just what you are looking for. You will not find our home grown Hanging Baskets anywhere else. cortlandt farm market & garden center | Westchester  website and more . . .
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 Croton Falls Farmers' Markets | Farm Stores

10560, Farm & Orchard, North Salem, New York, U-Pick, apples, Apple Picking Festival, activities, local produce, meat, turkeys for Thanksgiving, farm fresh eggs, grass fed beef, organic, NATURAL farming methods, Bouncy Castle, Hayrides, Pony Rides | Westchester Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard "Pick-Your-Own"

  Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard, a family owned and operated business, is located at130 Hardscrabble Road, North Salem, NY 10560 in northern Westchester County.

From Harvest Moon: "Our Apple Picking Festival takes place every weekend in the Fall with live music, a pumpkin patch, great food and plenty of activities to keep your whole family busy all day! The country store offers fresh baked pies, fresh pressed apple cider, local produce, gifts and more. Visit the farm in December to select your perfect Christmas tree. Don’t forget to grab a cup of hot cider and a cider doughnut from the store. Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard  "Pick-Your-Own" | Westchester  website and more . . .
 All Katonah Listings10536, history, town history, about katonah, activities, attractions, things to do, hamlets, katonah, biking, hiking, fishing, katonah memorial park, antiquing, antique shops in katonah, historic sites, john jay homestead, historic site, children  featured listings  

 Katonah Farmers' Markets | Farm Stores

10536, Farm Market, Organic Products,  Katonah, NY, John Jay Farm Market, locally-produced fresh food, fresh-baked breads, pies, jams, epicurean delights, outdoor farmer's market, Attractions, Picnic, Historic house | Westchester John Jay Homestead Farm Market

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  The John Jay Homestead Farm Market is located on 62 acres at 400 Jay Street, Katonah, NY 10536, Westchester County in the lower-Hudson Valley.

From John Jay Homestead: "John Jay Homestead Farm Market is located on a 62-acre historic site which was once a working farm. This local gem and national treasure is tailor-made for a farm market. It provides a unique experience which has become a weekend ritual for families, allowing them to sight-see and explore flower, herb and vegetable gardens along with wooded trails and a pond. The core produce vendors are local farmers whose seasonal bounty, including many heirloom varieties are available to shoppers on a weekly basis. John Jay Homestead Farm Market | Westchester  website and more . . .
 All North Salem Listings10560, northeastern corner, horse country, croton falls, grants corner, north salem, purdys, train stations, public schools, hiking trails in mountain lakes park, birding, boating, camping, cross-country skiing, fishing, restaurants in north salem  featured listings  

 North Salem Farmers' Markets | Farm Stores

10560, Northern Farm, local garden center, farmers market, organic products, North Salem, NY, local produce, seasonal wreaths, Organic seeds and plants, local vegetables, gifts, organic local beef, homemade soups, Shopping Categories, Organic Products | Westchester Country Farmer "Garden Center & Farmers' Market'

  The Bates Northern Farm, a local garden center and farmers market, is located at 1 Bloomer Road, North Salem, NY in northern Westchester County.

From: "The Bates Northern Farm in North Salem, NY is known for our customer service, fresh local produce, decorated seasonal wreaths, beautiful annual, perennial’s and landscape design. Our love of plants, people and food keep us busy from the end of march thru December 24th. Country Farmer  "Garden Center & Farmers' Market' | Westchester  website and more . . .

Hayfields, for Petals, Produce, Provisions,

  Hayfields for petals, produce, provisions; also offering Old-Timey Oasis for breakfast and lunch, is located at 1 Bloomer Road, North Salem, NY 10560 in northern Westchester County.

From Hayfields: "Interested in locally grown produce? Fresh, farm selections? Organic varieties? We’ve got you covered at Hayfields. Plan to shop seasonally and eat seasonally because most of the market food we have will be in season. Our market also has a variety of local canned and dry goods to supplement your shopping. Think honey and butter, milk, yogurt and cheese, beef and fish, granola, pickled veggies, sauces and more. We appreciate and support our local farmers and we hope you will to."

Old-Timey Oasis: "The coffee is brewed; the kitchen is open for breakfast & lunch." Hayfields, for Petals, Produce, Provisions, | Westchester  website and more . . .

10560, Farm Alpacas, home of Accoyo America East, North Salem, NY, Northern Westchester Count, Huacayas, Accoyo, America Kashmir and Accoyo America Polaris,  breeding, sales, showing, agistments, Products, Yarn | Westchester Little Creek Farm Alpacas

  Little Creek Farm Alpacas, home of Accoyo America East, is located at 321 Hardscrabble Road, North Salem, NY 10560 in northern Westchester County.

From Little Creek: "Little Creek Farm Alpacas is located in the beautiful hills of North Salem, New York -Just about an hour’s drive north of New York City. Our mission is to breed top quality Huacayas from bloodlines that have a demonstrated prepotency for producing animals that grow fine, consistent fleeces and also superior conformation. Many of the animals at our farm have won multiple championship banners and blue ribbons at shows throughout the country. Some of our more famous herdsires include Accoyo America Road Warrior, Accoyo America Kashmir and Accoyo America Polaris. They are just a small sample of the fine genetics that our breeding program offers. Little Creek Farm Alpacas | Westchester  website and more . . .
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About Applefest, Hudson Valley, Village of Warwick, Top 100 Events, one-day event, Warwick’s apples, culture, and entertainment, festival, Festival proceeds benefit these and other local non-profit organizations, Things To Do and See at the Festival | Westchester Applefest Festival


About Applefest
Located in the Hudson Valley
Village of Warwick, New York

Admission is FREE
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Farmers' Markets
Westchester County
Hudson Valley

Find local farmers markets in Westchester County. Visit your local farmers markets selling fresh organic and local produce in Westchester, NY. Visit a local

Plan your weekly shopping for produce at a farmers market and be sure of buying the freshest and healthiest vegetables and fruit. Vegetables fresh from the farm have more nutrition and taste better and you'll know that you are helping to support and sustain your local farming community. Visit a

Bring the kids to the Farmer Market and let them help you select fresh local vegetables. Your child may even decide to try one of them - for a change! Many farmers markets are filled with fresh baked goods, freshly baked breads, and other wonderful surprises. The kids will probably see vegetables they have never seen before, and everyone enjoys the music that is often part of your farm market experience. Visit your local

Going green encompasses many small and large acts; each contributing to saving our planet. Each of us can contribute to "going green" by buying from local farms and farmers markets. Several farms have their own Farm Stand on the farm where you can buy fruits, vegetables, and in some cases, baked goods. Farmers markets have become more available in Westchester County. To find your local market or list of farmers markets in Westchester, select Westchester Farmers' Market. A list of local farmers markets in Westchester County is displayed.

Buy Local Movement
The buy local movement is quickly taking us beyond the promise of environmental responsibility that the organic movement delivered. The buy local movement is awakening us to the importance of community, variety, humane treatment of farm animals, and social and environmental responsibility in regard to our food economy.

Local Farmers Markets
Farmers markets are one of the oldest forms of direct marketing by small farmers. From the traditional "Mercados" in the Peruvian Andes to the unique street markets in Asia, growers all over the world gather weekly to sell their produce directly to the public. In the last decade they have become a favorite marketing method for many farmers throughout the United States, and a weekly ritual for many shoppers.

In a farmers market, a group of farmers sell their products once or twice a week at a designated public place such as a park or parking lot. Some farmers markets have live entertainment - fun for the kids and the whole family. Shopping at a farmers market is a great way to meet local farmers and get fresh flavorful produce. Find your local farmers market by searching Farm Stands and Local Markets.

Farmers markets provide a means for local producers of agricultural products to sell those products directly to the consumer. Many communities throughout New York State view farmers markets as a positive avenue for supporting local agriculture, providing a source of fresh fruits and vegetables to the residents of their community, and as a means of drawing people into their community and helping to rejuvinate the local economy.

The Farmers’ Market Federation of New York is a statewide not-for-profit organization designed to both promote and provide support services for the farmers markets within New York State. The Federation was formed through the collective efforts of market managers throughout the state, Cooperative Extension, and the Department of Agriculture & Markets, and was initially funded by a Federal State Marketing Improvement Grant in early 1998.

Large scale chemical agriculture continues to poison our soil and our water, and weaken our communities. Buying directly from a family farm can help put a stop to this unfortunate trend. By purchasing organic produce from your local farmer, you are working to maintain a healthy environment, a vibrant community, and a strong and sustainable local economy for you and for your family.

The freshest, healthiest, most flavorful organic food is food that is grown locally. Organically grown food is free from exposure to harmful chemicals; but that is only one small part of the importance of organic products. A larger part of Organic Agriculture involves the health of the soil and of the ecosystems in which crops and livestock are raised. Organic Agriculture is born from the idea that a healthy environment significantly benefits crops and the health of those consuming them. In addition, organic practices are also viable in the long term, since they are efficient in their use of resources. Unlike large scale "chemical agriculture", Organic Agriculture does not damage the environment and our local community.

Experience the colorful abundance of nutritious, high quality locally grown foods, the aroma of fresh produce and the friendly banter of farmers and customers, neighbors and families. A visit to a farmers market is an adventure, one that can be experienced every week in your own community. Bring the children. Children love visiting their local farmer's market. Farmer's markets are a great way to experience buying the food you eat and a wonderful lesson in supporting your own community and the environment.

Both economic and health factors have resulted in the growth of farmers markets across the country. Not only is a whole new generation of farmers seeking retail outlets which will increase their profitability and viability thus preserving agriculture for themselves and future generations, but also, consumers are discovering that farmers markets are a fun, reasonably priced, alternative to supermarkets. At farmers markets they have direct access to fresh, healthy local foods and to the farmers who are producing the foods. The experience inevitably includes developing relationships and friendships with the farmers and gaining an understanding and appreciation of where their food comes from and how it is produced.

Visit our list of Farmers' Markets in Westchester County to find farmers markets, family farms, and other sources of sustainably grown food in your area, where you can buy produce, grass-fed meats, and many other delicious treats.

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