Early Morning Farm booth at the Ithaca Farmers' Market, 06/10/2013 (Cornell University Photography)
Image by Robert Barker

Check our listings for local farmers' markets...

radishes and carrots on display at Unions Square market, NYC July 2014
Image by Sandy Repp

You'll find LOTS of field fresh produce...

varied color chicken eggs
Image by Matt LeRoux

and farmers who sell fresh eggs and local meats, too!

bunches of dried lavender for sale at an NYC farmers' market
Image by Sandy Repp

Some local growers offer herbs...

while others carry honey and local maple products.

photo of fresh raspberries
Image by Dwight Sipler

You'll find seasonal u-pick farms...

Christmas Trees by Seth Werkheiser

License at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/
Image by Seth Werkheiser

and Christmas trees, too!

Buy Local logo used by CCE-Tompkins

Your purchases support our local farmers and our regional economy!

Buy Local in Wayne County

New April 23 2020, as more and more people are buying groceries on line, some of our farmers and starting "boxes" of produce for sale, either "no contact" pick up or delivery.  Some of these are current CSA (Consumer Supported Agricutlure) farms.  To buy local produce, please contact any of the farms on the attached list and join their CSA's either now, or for the spring/summer/fall.

Our Buy Local Campaign is a community based initiative that evolved out of expressed interest to sustain local agriculture and build a stronger local food system in Wayne and surrounding counties. Our goals are to foster the environmental, economic and social vitality of our community by increasing the connections between consumers and farmers. Through outreach, marketing, and special initiatives we seek to raise individual and institutional awareness about the benefits of buying fresh locally grown and made products and to make local food an integral part of daily life. We are currently working on increasing farm to restaurant connections, establishing farm to institution connections and providing access to fresh and nutritious food to low-income families.

Contact

Beth Claypoole
Executive Director/Agricultural Issues Leader
eac9@cornell.edu
315-331-8415 x102

Last updated May 1, 2020