Choosing fresh fruits and vegetables at an outdoor market.

Supporting our Farmers Markets!

Seasonal fresh produce

Red Jacket Orchards juices and ciders on display at an NYC farmers' market in July 2014
Image by Sandy Repp

Value added products also are available.

Farmers’ Markets

COVID-19 Resources

The New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets has produced the following documents for Farmers' Markets to follow in order to remain open (and considered an essential business) during the COVID-19 Outbreak. And please follow updated info on our "Updates" page.

If you have questions or would like advice on the safety measures your market needs to take, please contact us.

If you would like to implement online selling for your market to minimize contact, there are options for helping your market to implement an online ordering system. Many of the platforms listed for farmers to sell directly to customers can be used for vendors to sell through the market (see above). However, if your market has farmers who are unable or unwilling to create their own online store, we can help to create a system that will work for your needs.

If you are receiving inquiries about why the markets are remaining open we can help you to create a statement that fully explains the reasons for keeping markets open.

Wayne County Farmers' Markets

There are lots of opportunities to market and buy Wayne County produce! Wayne County, the fifth largest ag producing county in the state, grows and produces more than $104 million of fresh fruits, vegetables, livestock and milk.

Support our local farms and purchase your fresh fruits and vegetables in local farm stands or at town farmers’ markets.

Ginegaw Farmers’ Market

Ginegaw Park – 1980 Walworth Penfield Rd, Walworth

Tuesdays, 2:30pm-6pm

June 15-October 12

Accepts EBT, FMNP

Lyons Farmers’ Market

Wayne County Courthouse – 26 Church St., Lyons

Saturdays, 8am – 12pm

June 19 – October 30

Accepts FMNP

Marion Farmers' Market

3848 North Main St.

Fridays 4-7pm

June 11 - end date TBD in September

Accepts FMNP

Newark Farmers’ Market

100 Church St. 

Thursdays 2:30pm-6pm 

June 17 - October 28

Accepts EBT, FMNP

Sodus Farmers' Market

United Third Methodist Church – 58 West Main St, Sodus

Wednesdays 2:30pm-6pm

July 16 - October 13

Accepts EBT, FMNP

Wolcott Area Farmers' Market

Northup Park

Mondays and Thursdays 1-6pm

May 24 - October 14

Accepts EBT, FMNP

Contact

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

Last updated June 1, 2021