Thursday, December 1, 2011

First indoor winter market this Saturday!

It's that time of year again where it is too cold to be outside selling products but us farmer's still need to make money to keep going. Last year we were located at Cornell Cooperative Extension on Front St in Binghamton.

Our handmade wreaths
This year we are at the METROCENTER in downtown Binghamton! Bigger space equals more vendors. We have also had some of our normal vendors try to produce more product to be able to sell through the winter so they will be joining us!

Our first market will be Saturday December 3rd from 9am-2pm. Please come join us and buy local! It may be winter but there is still farm fresh products around.

Cross Creek Farm will have Free range chicken, free range cornish hens, rabbit meat, fruit butters, dried herbs, herbal teas, handmade holiday wreaths,  Apples and pears, winter squashes and more....

Sunny Hill Farm Beets in
the high tunnel
Sunny Hill Farm has a high tunnel helping to extend their produce season as well as their honey, beef and pork.

Mcrey Farm always has grassfed Beef, Lamb and pork.

Gorman Farms has Chicken, beef and pork.

Full Quiver Farm has fresh baked breads and cookies.

Serentity Pet Treats has treats for dogs and cats as well as some grooming products all made by hand.

Old Barn Hollow will have a huge variety of jams, some of the  most unique but greatly flavored jams.

Ever After Botanicals product
Ever After Botanicals has all natural and organic bath and body products as well as cleaning products.

Ravenwood Gardens  has local herbal blends and spa treatments

Engelbert Farms raises organic meats and some of the best cheese products I have ever tasted..

Binghamton Urban Farm selling pea shoots, sunflower shoots, organic dried beans, artisan cheese and pasta  and sunflower oil.

Castle Tower Alpacas with their warm fiber products.

There are more, I just cannnot think of them at the moment. Please make sure to visit all the websites that I have linked to, learn more about the farmer and their product and join us at the winter market. Where not only can you get fresh local products during the summer, but you can also get them during the winter!

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