Chestnut Ridge

Duryea Farm of The Fellowship Community

101 Ackertown Rd.
Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977

Phone: 845-268-7020

By appointment only


Hungry Hollow Co Op

841 Chestnut Ridge Rd.
Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977

Phone: 845-356-3319

Website: www.hungryhollow.org

We are committed to selling biodynamic and organic produce and environmentally sound household products and to supporting community-based activities beyond the confines of the store. Open 7 days a week

Congers

Dr. Davie’s Farm

306 Route 304
Congers, NY 10920

Phone: 845-268-7020

Website: www.drdaviesfarm.com
E-mail: info@drdaviesfarm.com

Dr Davies Farm has two stands, one off Rt. 9W in Congers, and the other on Rt. 304. At the Rt. 304 stand they have apple picking. Apple picking is Sat 10-4, Sun 10-3:30. The stands have a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables including our own sweet corn, apples and tomatoes. We also have our own fresh pressed cider. Rt. 9W stand – 9:00 – 5:30 July thru November. Rt. 304 stand- 9:00 – 5:30 July thru November.


M & M Farms

36 Congers Rd.
New City, NY 10956

Phone: 845-634-9763

M&M Farms is a fruit and vegetable stand that is known for its low prices, quality and variety.

Haverstraw

Village of Haverstraw Farmers Market

Haverstraw Village Hall, Maple Ave
Haverstraw, NY 10927

Phone: 845-947-5646

Website: www.voh-ny.com

New vendors selling fresh fruits and vegetables, organic fair trade coffee, herbs, plants, locally handmade soaps, pastries, jams, pies, quiches, chutneys, wines, prepared foods, artisanal bread and more.

Sundays: 9 am – 1 pm, June 14 – October 11

New City

Cropsey Community Farm

220 S. Little Tor Rd.
New City, NY 10956

Phone: 845-634-3167

Website: www.rocklandfarm.org

One of the five remaining vegetable and fruit farms in Rockland County. The farmhouse was built of native red sandstone around 1769 by the Blauvelt brothers and is one of the oldest existing barns in the county. In 2010, the Rockland Farm Alliance, under a joint agreement with Rockland County and the Town of Clarkstown, launched Rockland’s first community farm on a pilot program of five acres at the newly-revived Cropsey Farm. The project represents an historic intermunicipal collaboration and is the first tangible step toward developing a local foodshed in Rockland County.


Van Houten Gardens

241 S. Little Tor Rd.
New City, NY 10956

Phone: 845-634-2498

4-season garden center that carries a complete selection of bedding plants, trees and shrubs, and garden supplies in the spring and summer. In the fall they switch over to pumpkins and hardy mums followed by holiday trees and hand made and hand decorated wreaths. Carry a full line of houseplants, birdseed, and seasoned firewood all year. Open 7 days a week.

Nyack

Nyack Farmers Market

Main St. and Cedar St.
Nyack, NY 10960

Phone: 845-353-2221

Website: www.nyackchamber.org
E-mail: info@nyackchamber.org

The Nyack Chamber of Commerce presents an open air, seasonal market featuring fresh fruit and produce, baked goods, cheeses, wine, cut flowers and plants.

Thursdays: 8 am – 2 pm, April – November 2, municipal parking lot, Main Street, Nyack


Nyack Winter’s Farmers Market

Nyack Center, 58 Depew Ave.
Nyack, NY 10960

Phone: 845-358-2221

Website: www.nyackchamber.org
E-mail: info@nyackchamber.org

Thursdays: 8 am – 2 pm, December 3 – March 31. Features local food, beverages and more from various vendors around Rockland County and the Hudson Valley region.

Orangeburg

Van Houten Farms

68 Sickletown Rd.
Orangeburg, NY 10963

Phone: 845-735-4689

Website: www.vanhoutenfarmsny.com

Vegetables, plants, holiday greens, decorations – open mid-April through November. Open 7 days a week 8:30am-6pm.

Pearl River

Pearl River Farmers Market

The River Church parking lot, 253 Ehrhardt Rd
Pearl River, NY 10965

 

Website: www.pearlriverfarmersmkt.com

E-mail: pearlriverfarmersmarket@gmail.com

The market will feature conventional and organic produce from Hudson Valley farmers, local honey and eggs, fresh baked goods, pickles, spices, salsa, cut flowers, children’s books, soaps, Green Mountain Energy, prepared foods from Luigi O’Grady’s Deli & Catering, La Talaye Catering plus more.

Fridays: 10 am – 4 pm, June – October 30

Piermont

Village of Piermont Farmers Market

M & T Bank Parking Lot, Piermont Ave & Ash St
Piermont, NY 10968

Phone: 914-923-4837

Website: www.communitymarkets.biz

Sundays: 9:30 am – 3 pm, May – November 22

Pomona

Orchards of Concklin

2 South Mountain Rd.
Pomona, NY 10970

Phone: 845-354-0369

Website: www.theorchardsofconcklin.com
E-mail: concklins@aol.com

Orchards of Concklin sells produce products that they grow as well as other locally grown produce. They offer a wide selection of gourmet cheeses, teas and coffees.


Ramapo Farmers Market

Eugene Levy Park, 920 Route 45
Pomona, NY 10970

Sundays: 9 am – 4 pm, July – October 25

Spring Valley

Matterhorn Nursery

227 Summit Park Rd.
Spring Valley, NY 10977

Phone: 845-354-5986

Website: www.matterhornnursery.com

Matterhorn has offered quality plants and everything associated with outdoor living. Shops were added and wares expanded to include just about anything one might need for the home, inside and out. Matterhorn promotes a healthy and fulfilling lifestyle with everything from the organic Matterhorn Lotions and Potions line to quality furniture for the home and garden to seeds and unusual plants to unique gifts and fine New York State wines.


Village of Spring Valley Farmers Market

Corner of Main and Church Streets
Spring Valley, NY 10977

Phone: 914-923-4837

Website: www.communitymarkets.biz

Wednesdays: 8 am – 3 pm, July – November 25

Stony Point

Suffern

Village of Suffern Farmers Market

Corner of Orange and Lafayette Avenues
Suffern, NY 10901

Phone: 845-598-1473

Website: suffernfarmersmarket.wordpress.com
E-mail: suffernfarmmarket@yahoo.com

The Suffern Civic Association hosts a wide variety of vendors selling fresh seasonal fruits and berries, vegetables, organic produce, locally made wines, crusty bread and homemade pastries, farm-fresh cut flowers, locally roasted organic coffee, dried fruit snacks, cheese and eggs, salsas, sausage and meats, soups, mushrooms, fresh mozzarella, pasta sauces and ravioli, and much more. The market also features entertainment – storytellers, musicians, cooking demonstrations by local chefs – something new and exciting every week.

Saturdays: 8:30 am – 1 pm, May – October 31