Farmer’s Market in Full Swing

Farmer’s Market in Full Swing

Announcement from the Ithaca Farmer’s Market:

FARMERS’ MARKET SEASON NOW IN FULL SWING! 

Early summer crops are coming on strong and you will find that a whole variety of summer produce is now available at area farmers’ markets including lots of greens, zucchini, cucumbers, green onions, radishes, and strawberries.  Enjoy local strawberries while they are in season!  There is a market nearly every day of the week where you can stock up on local produce as well as fresh local eggs, meats, cheese, honey, and more.

Market days and locations:

ITHACA MARKETS

Steamboat Landing: 545 Third Street (off Route 13)
Thursdays 5-8          (Jun 29- Sept. 28)
Saturdays 9-3           (April 1- Dec. 16)
Sundays 10-3           (May 7- Nov.26)

Dewitt Park: corner of Cayuga & Buffalo Streets
Tuesdays 9-2           (May 2- Oct. 24)

East Hill: Next to Rite Aid @ 330 Pine Tree Road
Wednesdays 4-7     (June 7- Oct.25)

Triphammer Market Place: Triphammer Mall Parking Lot
Fridays 8-1                (May 5- Oct. 27)  


RURAL MARKETS

Brooktondale: Community Ctr. 522 Valley Rd
Tuesdays 4-7           (June 6- Sept. 28)  

Dryden: Dryden Agway, 59 West Main St.
Saturdays 9-1           (June 17-Sept. 30)

Freeville Popup Market: Old Firehouse Parking Lot
Sundays 3-6             (June 18- Sept. 30)

Trumansburg: Village Park, Route 227 & 98
Wednesdays 4-7     (May 10- Oct. 25)

Markets in Ithaca, Trumansburg and Caroline accept FMNP coupons and SNAP (EBT) benefits for purchase of local foods. With FMNP coupons, you can purchase and enjoy seasonal fruits and vegetables. With SNAP benefits, visit the market manager with your EBT card to obtain tokens and use these to purchase all foods (except prepared foods and crafts). Ask vendors if they accept FMNP and/or EBT. You can stretch your SNAP budget to buy more delicious food because for every $5 purchased using SNAP, you will get an extra $2 FreshConnect check.

For more information about area farmers markets, contact Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County at 607-272-2292.

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