Farmers' Market of the Week: Saugerties

The Watershed Agricultural Council and Pure Catskills are featuring a different Catskills farmers' market every week during the 2015 growing season.

This week's market is the Saugerties Farmers' Market, located in the parking lot of the Saugerties Central School District at 115 Main Street.

The Saugerties Farmers' Market runs every Saturday through October 31, from 10am to 2pm.

Products: The market offers a variety of local seasonal vegetables; luscious orchard fruits; dried herbs; fresh laid eggs; tasty goat and cow cheeses; pasture raised meats and free range poultry; fresh fish and seafood; delicious maple syrup, honey, jams & sauces, pickles; artisan bread; home baked pies and other baked goods including gluten-free; chocolates; prepared foods; and artisan craft/jewelry/soap/household items. Enjoy the market café with local food for lunch and for take-out. Find locally harvested food grown/raised/prepared and brought to market by local farmers.

Features: The Saugerties Farmers' Market hosts live music, chefs' demos, family activities and more.

Food stamps and Farmers Market Nutrition Program checks gratefully accepted.

Vendors: Barry’s Blueberries, Blue Sky Farm & Winery, Cat’s View Farm, Catskill Mountain Chocolates, Cedar Ridge Nursery, Cooper Lake Farm, Cooperstown Cheese Company, Davenport Farm, Flyaway Farm, Good Flavor Farm, Greene Earth Farm, Grey Mouse Farm, Heather Ridge Farm, Hudson Valley Backyard Farm, Immune Schein, Jane’s Ice Cream, Karen’s Country Kitchen, Licks n’ Love, Lynnhaven Nubians, Maynard Farms, Our Daily Bread, Pickle Man, Pura Vida Fisheries, Sakinah Irizarry LMT, Shanti Suds, Sheepy Valley Farm, Shoving Leopard Farm, Sow Good Bakery, Spruceton Valley Maple Products, Sunporch Baked Goods, SuperKrauts, Violet’s Bakery, Whitecliff Vineyard.

The mission of the Saugerties Farmers Market is to bring local seasonal food to market; preserve small family farms; promote healthy eating; build community; and attract visitors to historic Saugerties.

The market accepts vendors who grow, raise, or produce their products locally. The market is especially interested in products not currently in the market in order to broaden the mix of offerings, support new businesses, and constantly appeal to our customers. Fill out an application at to submit it for review.

The market welcomes all local non-profits or those who are working locally except religious and political/electoral organizations. Please apply to the Market Manager: [email protected].

Pure Catskills is a regional, buy local campaign developed by the Watershed Agricultural Council.