Saratoga County
Farmers' Markets

Ballston Spa
Ballston Spa Business & Professional Assoc.               Thursday 3-6 pm  mid-June - September
Wiswall Park, Front St.                                                            Saturday 9-noon  mid-June - September
Winter Market,
CCE Building, 50 West High St.
First Saturdays 9-noon   October - May
Cyndi Pastore, 885-2559

Burnt Hills          
Former Old Homestead Restaurant
Saturday 9-1pm mid-May – October
Corner of Rt.50 and Lakehill Road           
Kathy South, 882-1571

Clifton Park
Saratoga Farmers’ Market Association            Thursday 2-5pm       July - October
St. George’s Church, Route 146           
www.saratogafarmersmarket.org

Galway
Galway Farmers Market
Friday 4-7pm     end-June-September
5078 Sacandaga Rd
Under the pavilion
Sue Sutch, 882-5367
Mike Tillson, 882-9306

Gansevoort
Village Park
Thursday 3-6 pm June - October
Linda Gifford, 792-0198

Greenfield
Town of Greenfield Historical Society
Middle Grove Park
Friday 4-7 pm late June - September
Ron Deutsch, 469-6769

Greenwich Farmers Market
70 Main street
Wednesday 3-6pm
All Year
Julie Callahan, 944-7149

Saratoga Springs
Saratoga Farmers’ Market Association                
Summer Market at High Rock Park            Saturday 9-1pm & Wednesday 3-6 pm        
May - October
Winter Market at Lincoln Baths
Saturday 9-1pm     
November - April
www.saratogafarmersmarket.org                                   

Spa City Market   
Sunday 10-3pm                           All Year
Lincoln Baths 99 S Broadway
Shannon Campagna, 915-2200

South Glens Falls
Village Park
Monday 10-1 pm                         June - October
Linda Gifford, 792-0198

Waterford         
Waterford Harbor Farmers Market
Sunday 9am-1pm                               June - October       
Waterford Harbor Promenade                       
Jeanne Grebert, 207-7514           

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Why buy from local farms?

Good for the environment
The average food product from the grocery store has traveled 1300 miles to get to your dinner plate. Farms produce food and fiber, protect open space and provide wildlife habitat, all contributing to our quality of life.

Food Security
Supporting local farms helps secure our future. A reliable local supply of food is important for times of scarcity, threats of terrorism, and global food contamination issues. A balance of small, mid and large sized farms are all important in the equation. All farms of various sizes occupy important niches in the fabric of today's agricultural landscape.

Good for the local economy
Farms help keep taxes low as they require fewer community services than land in other uses. Each dollar earned on the farm multiplies 4 times in the local economy– support services for farms are mainly locally owned businesses.

 

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