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Sullivan County Farmers Markets

A Special Section of the SULLIVAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT June 14, 2019 • Section F • Callicoon, N.Y.



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ntering into its ninth season, Rock Hill Farmers’ Market brings music, family, friends and the farm together. “We try to really make our market a community event, we really invite the community to come out and hang out,” said Rock Hill Business and Community Association (RHBCA) Recording Secretary Melinda

Ketcham-Meddaugh. When it first started, the market just had a handful of volunteers and vendors and now offers weekly—during the season—local vegetables, hard cider, wine, fruits, eggs, chicken, maple syrup, honey, fresh cut flowers, cheese, baked goods, and other various items. “We offer live music every week

from local artists,” said Meddaugh. “We really encourage our vendors and customers to really get to know each other and build relationships.” Every week, the market will have live music under the gazebo from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. According to Rock Hill Farmers’ Market, the organization was founded to promote local, sustainable, and

organic agriculture. Also, by supporting local farms, it increases economic opportunities for farmers, youth, small businesses and food artisans. The market is sponsored by the Rock Hill Business and Community Association and is open every Saturday between 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. from June 1st until September 28th, located at 223 Rock Hill Drive.

June 15 Story Time @ the Market Join the Rock Hill Farmers Market Manager for FREE story time. The book: On the Farm, at the Market. "On the farm, workers pick vegetables, collect eggs, and make cheese. At the market the next day, the workers set up their stands and prepare for shoppers to arrive. Amy, the baker at the Busy Bee Café, has a very special meal in mind-and, of course, all the farmers show up at the café to enjoy the results of their hard work." Plus, kids get to sample yummy farmers market veggies!!! Story time is at 11am. and live music with Paul Keane

July 6 Red, White, Blues & BBQ Join the Rock Hill Farmers Market for our 4th of July Celebration! All things red, white, blues & BBQ at the market! LIVE Music (artist TBD) (playing rock & blues music), local meat to BBQ, plus special blueberry themed products (more info to come), blueberry lemonade and more!

June 22 Music @ the Market Join us for live music under the gazebo with Greg Friske and fresh farm products. Music starts at 11am.


Winterton Farms grows lavender, vegetables and produces maple syrup. From left, Josephine Findley 2, Erica Findley, Roberta Findley, and Kent Findley sell their products.


June 29 Music @ the Market Join us for live music under the gazebo with David Bloch. Music starts at 11am.

July 13 Basket Weaving Demo Join the Rock Hill Farmers Market for a demonstration on how to make hand-made baskets. Susan Pondi will teach customers different techniques, plus her baskets will be available for sale. Demonstration begins at 11am. LIVE MUSIC from 11am - 1pm. July 20 Lavender Essential Oil Making Demonstration Visit the Rock Hill Farmers Market and experience first hand how Winterton Farms make their Lavender Essential Oils and Hydrosol. They will have their lavender still at the market, starting at





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11am. We will also have LIVE MUSIC from 11am - 1pm. July 27 Story Time @ the Market Join the market manager for a story time for kids. The manager will read "Sugarbush Spring". Free samples of maple syrup will be available. Plus, learn about maple sugaring. Story time starts at 11am.

August 3 Music @ the Market Join us for live music under the gazebo with David Bloch. Music starts at 11am.

Join us for live music under the gazebo with David Bloch. Music starts at 11am.

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September 28 Pumpkin Painting @ the Market Join us for FREE pumpkin painting for the kids. Plus, lots of farm fresh products. This is the last market of the season. Pumpkins are available on a first come first serve basis. We will also have LIVE music. Pumpkin painting starts at 10:30am.

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August 10 Music @ the Market Join us for live music under the gazebo with David Bloch. Music starts at 11am.

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August 17 Woodstock Weekend More info to Come!

August 24 Story Time @ the Market: "Too Many Tomatoes" Join the Rock Hill Farmers Market Manager for FREE story time. The book: Too Many Tomatoes! Plus, kids get to sample yummy tomatoes!!! Story time is at 11am.


August 31 Music @ the Market

September 7 Music @ the Market Join us for live music under the gazebo with David Bloch. Music starts at 11am.

September 21 Music @ the Market Join us for live music under the gazebo and fresh farm products!

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Larry Vandemark from Corey’s Pickles sells some of the freshest, crunchiest, most delicious pickles at the Rock Hill Farmer’s Market.


September 14 Story Time @ the Market Join the Farmers Market manager for a kids story time. Free samples of honey will be available. Plus, learn all about bees. Story time begins at 11am.



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How many tomato varieties are in your garden? Wild Yarrow Farm Nursery has over 500 plant varieties with over 200 heirloom tomatoes! 73685

Diana K. Weiner and John W. Story of Story’s Neversink Plant Co. were at the Roscoe Farmers’ market to show off the many varieties of plants they have to offer. Story’s Neversink Plant Co. propagates & sells rare succulents & interesting plants, including perennials, tropicals, alpines & patio pots.


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CCE Sullivan launches Sullivan Fresh Farmers’ Market at Monticello cash throughout the market on eligible items which include: fruits, vegetables, meat, eggs, cheese, bread, and more. In addition, those who meet income requirements may receive a booklet of FMNP or Senior FMNP checks to use on fruits and vegetables at the market. To learn more about these programs, visit: For more information on the Sullivan Fresh Farmers’ Market at Monticello contact CCE Sullivan by email at, by phone at 845-292-6180 or by visiting the website at

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Chef Mary Magnetico of Chestnut Creek Baked Goods handed out free samples at the Roscoe Farmers’ Market recently. Based out of Grahamsville, Chef Mary uses local and seasonal ingredients to prepare a wide assortment of cookies, breads and pastries.



tarting July 1, Sullivan County residents and visitors will get to experience the all new Sullivan Fresh Farmers’ Market at Monticello. Every Monday in July and August, from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., local farmers, vendors, and community organizations will gather at 10 Jefferson Street, on the lawn in front of the Sullivan County Government Center, and behind the Ted Stroebele Recreation Center. There is ample free parking adjacent to the farmers’ market, which is just steps from downtown Monticello. Market shoppers will be treated to special, fun events and activities throughout the summer. Four years ago, with support from the Sullivan County Department of Public Health Services and Sullivan Renaissance, Catskill Mountainkeeper jumpstarted the farmers’ markets in Monticello and Liberty. With the Liberty market taking off and ready for extra attention, Catskill Mountainkeeper is transitioning the market in Monticello to Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCE Sullivan) to spark its own reinvention. CCE Sullivan is currently accepting applications from new local vendors, farmers, and non-profit organizations to join the market. There is a 1-page application which can be obtained by contacting CCE Sullivan. “The entire team at CCE Sullivan is excited to help connect local farmers with community members at the new Sullivan Fresh Farmers’ Market at Monticello. Residents and visitors have a convenient source for freshly harvested, nutritious fruits and vegetables, and value-added specialty items like jams, honey, granola, and maple syrup, all summer long. The Sullivan Fresh market is also a community meeting place where people can engage with farmers and their neighbors while learning about volunteer opportunities, nutrition, wellness, and more,” explained Melinda Meddaugh, CCE Sullivan Agriculture & Food Systems Issue Leader. CCE Sullivan will also manage the SNAP and Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) at the Sullivan Fresh Farmers’ Market at Monticello. Those who receive SNAP/EBT benefits are able to redeem their benefits for wooden tokens, which can be used like




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he Callicoon Farmer’s Market was established in 2000 and has grown to become a popular market that bustles with activity every Sunday. Local and visitors alike can peruse the selections from farms, food producers and artisans offering wine, hard cider, pasta, condiments, prepared foods, baked goods, ice cream, jam, honey, maple syrup, herbal tea blends, skin care products, pottery, woodwork and

Lisa and Jamie Woods from Beach Lake Bakery are happy to offer shoppers a variety of bread and the best part—cookies.


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much more. The market is held on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. outdoors from May 5 to November 10 and indoors from November to April 28. Callicoon is a producer-only market meaning all vendors either grow or produce their own goods and operate within 75 miles ensuring patrons are purchasing the freshest, highest quality, locally produced goods. When you shop the farmers’ market, you help Martin Higgins and Charles Wilkin from 2 support a local economy, keeping Queens Honey offer artisanal teas and cof- money within our towns and comfees. munities.



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ransportation to local farmers’ markets can be difficult to find for some Sullivan County residents, and it can take miles of driving to find a grocery store. This often hinders the ability for people to find farm fresh food. However, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Sullivan County will be testing out a new method of bringing Fallsburg and Wurtsboro residents similar foods that can be found at farmers’ markets

port,” said Agriculture and Food Systems Issue Leader Melinda Meddaugh who coordinates outreach for farmers’ markets countywide. The idea to have a Mobile Market in Sullivan County was developed by Meddaugh and The Cornell Cooperative Extension Executive Director Colleen Monaghan. Meddaugh addresses the issue of how not all towns need farmers’ markets because there may not be enough cus-

tomers, and that the mobile market will fill in the gaps between the places that are considered food deserts. For the pilot, however, only fruits and vegetables will be available. “However there is a need, there’s food deserts and a need for farm fresh food products.” The mobile market is not only being implemented to help the issue of food deserts, but it is also meant to educate consumers on nutrition. While the mobile market is open, health infor-

Mobile markets on the move STORY AND PHOTO BY SARAH CLARK

around the county. The Cornell Cooperative Extension will be starting a pilot for their mobile market July 11, and will be implementing the program in Wurtsboro and South Fallsburg first. Along with the Agriculture program, NYS Creating Healthy School and Communities program is also working closely with The Cornell Cooperative Extension. The goal is to work with farms and to create additional markets for them within Sullivan County while making fresh foods easier to obtain for residents. “Realistically there’s only so many farmers’ markets the county can sup-

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mation will be available to shoppers, allowing them to learn how to make nutritious meals with the food they purchase. “When we do the two hour stop we will also have a table there on educational information,” said Meddaugh. “It’s not just selling the product, it’s teaching people how to create different recipes and use products at home.” Currently, Monticello and Liberty are the only markets that accept the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), but the mobile market will also accept the benefits, allowing their customers to use their EBT cards. “Another part of it is to increase our redemption rates for the farmers’ market nutrition coupons and the senior farmers’ market nutrition coupons as well as the SNAP program, the snap tokens,” said Meddaugh. “We are trying to work to increase those redemption rates which in the end it’s all money back to the farmer.” The mobile market will be at the Community Church of Wurtsboro on Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. and the Fallsburg Town Hall Thursdays 2:30-4:30 p.m. “We’re very excited about it, it’s all starting to come together,” said Meddaugh.



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Farmers’ Markets & Vendors Saturdays 10am to 1pm May 18 to October 26 3405 Scenic Route 97 Barryville, NY 12719 (United Methodist Church) 845-557-0913 Vendors: The Bake House Beach Lake Bakery Beaver Dam Brook Farm Bialecki Farms Catskill Provisions GoPal Farms Hilly Acres Farm Highland Kitchen Nathaniel Whitmore Nonna Ceramika Pickles & Pies Quails R Us Stickett Inn Tonjes Farm Dairy Twin Brook Farms 2 Queens Honey Rhios Garden

Callicoon Farmers' Market Outdoor Market: Sundays 11am to 2pm

Maynard Farms Mountain Lady Maple Northern Farmhouse Pasta Oakworks Pika’s Farm Table Pure Mountain Honey Safford Farm Sherman Hill Farmstead Somewhere In Time Farm Soraia's Kitchen Coop Sprouting Dreams Farm Sunset View Farm Tonjes Farm Dairy Township Valley Farm Trapani Farms Wien-Ski Family Farm Willow Wisp Organic Farm Windy Pond Farm Wisteria Clusters Farm Woodside Blue Preserves

May 5 to November 10 Callicoon Creek Park A. Dorrer Drive in Callicoon, NY FMNP SFMNP SNAP Indoor Market: Select Sundays 11am to 2pm November 17 to April 26 Delaware Youth Center 8 Creamery Road in Callicoon, NY FMNP SFMNP SNAP Vendors: 2 Queens Honey Aaron Burr Cidery Abandoned Hard Cider Andersen’s Maple Farm ARK Floral Aunt Nenee’s Art By Polygon Awestruck Ciders Beach Lake Bakery Bialecki Farms Black & Brass Coffee Co. C & P Studio Ceramics Cakes & Scones Bakery Chaljeri Meats Channery Hill Farm Eminence Road Farm Winery Heller’s Farm Hilly Acres Farm Kimchee Harvest Lucky Dog Farm Majestic Farm Mariella's Soap

Kauneonga Lake Farmers' Market Saturdays 10am to 1pm June 15 to September 7 3594 State Route 55 in Kauneonga Lake, NY (845)932-8492 FMNP SFMNPVendors:

Awestruck Hard Ciders Bethel Creamery Bialecki Farms Butchie’s Organic Farm Chaljeri Meats Chestnut Creek Baked Goods Front Porch Designs Sprouting Dreams Farm Windy Willow Farms Woodside Blue Preserves

Liberty Farmers' Market A Catskill Mountainkeeper Market Fridays 3pm to 6pm June 14 to September 13 Creekside Park 119 North Main Street in Liberty, NY 845-439- 1230 www.CatskillMountainKe FMNP SFMNP SNAP Vendors: Sprouting Dreams Farm Beaverdam Brook Farm Ross Wahl Dairy Farm Muthig Farm Elm Garden Design Root n' Roost Farm Soria's Kitchen - prepared foods, hummus, empanadas, falafels, soups, cookies


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Sullivan Fresh Monticello Farmers' Market (Operated by Cornell Cooperative Extension) Mondays 11am to 2pm June 1 to August 26 10 Jefferson Street (Behind the Ted Stroebele Recreation Center) Monticello, NY 845-292-6180 FMNP SFMNP SNAP

Narrowsburg Farmers’ Market: Saturdays 10am to 1pm 7 Erie Ave, Narrowsburg, NY (Behind the Narrowsburg Union) May 18 to October 26 570-982-0050 www.NarrowsburgFarme FMNP SFMNP Vendors: Aaron Burr Cider

Cakes & Scones Bakery Channery Hill Farm Eminence Road Farm Winery Hilly Acres Farm Honey Hill Pottery Mo's Tonic Jam Thyme Myrtle Avenue Bakehouse Northern Farmhouse Pasta Oakworks Studio Quails R Us Plus! Sprouted Root Kitchen Trapani Farms Willow Wisp Organic Farm

Rock Hill Farmers' Market Saturdays 10am to 1pm June 1 to September 28 223 Rock Hill Drive in Rock Hill, NY rhfarmersmarket@gmail. com FMNP SFMNP Vendors: Aaron Burr Cidery Beaver Dam Brook Farm Chestnut Creek Bakery Corey's Pickles Good Find Farm Farm Body Skin Care

Whiting Farms Buck Brook Alpaca’s Kate’s Herbals Claryville Pottery Standing Impressions Northern Farmhouse Pasta Catskill Organics

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Roscoe Farmers' Market Sundays 10am to 2pm May 12 to October 13 Niforatos Field 1978 Old Route 17 in Roscoe, NY FMNP SFMNP Vendors: Good Find Farms (organic) Sprouting Dreams Farm Little Acres Canning Ostrander Woodworking John Story Designs Chestnut Creek Baked Goods Don Kaufman Woodwork’s Mia’s Quilts Muthig’s Farm Son of a BEE Honey


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Sundays in the fall 11am to 4pm September 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts 200 Hurd Road in Bethel, NY FMNP SFMNP Vendors: 1craftynugget Abandoned Hard Cider Acorn Hill Farm Amanda Jean Company AO Designs Atina Foods Aunt Nenees Awareness Soap & Things Awestruck Ciders Bahay Kubo (Tres Belle Catering)

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Kate Damestoy of Kate’s Herbals was at the Roscoe Farmers’ Market recently to offer her freshly crafted and all-natural herbal products, lotions, and sprays. Kate’s motto is the simpler the better, and all of her products are made with locally sourced materials.




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2019 Farmer's Market Guide  

Here in Sullivan County, there are plenty of places to find fresh produce. Read about a few local markets and enjoy a full list of the ones...

2019 Farmer's Market Guide  

Here in Sullivan County, there are plenty of places to find fresh produce. Read about a few local markets and enjoy a full list of the ones...