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The Hudson Thursday Market is now open every Thursday at the 7th Street Public Square Park in Hudson, NY.   The market carries local Veggies & Flowers, Herbs, Meats, Breads, Specialty Drinks, Baked Goods, Food Trucks, Woodwork, Soap, skin care, Art, and more!Founded in 2014 by Common Hands Farm, the market was previously known as the Upstreet Market and took place on Wednesdays.  The original intention of the market was to create an accessible space for diverse vendors and [...]

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More than 50 years ago, Samascott's Garden Market, formerly known as Brosen's, began as a garden center with 13 greenhouses and a small food market.  In 2005 the market was purchased by the Samascott family. They began construction on new greenhouses and the farm store in 2011 and opened the new garden market in 2012.In the Samascott’s greenhouses, customers can select from more than 30 varieties of perennials, 60 varieties of annuals, 30 different vegetable and herb plants, [...]

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The all NEW, Farm Store at Perfetto Pastures is OPEN!   The Store offers all the wonderful, pasture-raised products from the farmers of Helder-Herdwyck Farm and Perfetto Pastures, the new owners of the farm property.  Products from the farm include pasture grown Herdwick Lamb and Mutton, pasture produced eggs, free range duck eggs, quail eggs, chicken, turkeys as well home-made salves and lip balms, home-made laundry soap and wool yarns and other products from the flock of Herdwick [...]

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The Good Food Market at Capital Roots (598 River Street, Troy) is now open Tuesday-Friday 10:00AM-7:00PM and Saturdays from 10:00AM-4:00PM. Produce for the market is sourced directly from local farmers, ensuring that you get the freshest, most nutrient-packed fruits and vegetables available. From crisp apples and juicy peaches to leafy greens and plump tomatoes, locally baked breads, meats, eggs, cheeses and more, the rotating seasonal selection highlights the best that New York State has to [...]

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Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, directly connects consumers and producers.  Farmers offer CSA shares, sometimes called memberships which is essentially a subscription of farm fresh food that is either picked up or delivered on a regular basis.Consumers often purchase CSA shares at the beginning of the season allowing farmers to use this money to cover the cost of seeds, tools, and other inputs at the start of the season.Consumers receive regular distributions of vegetables, fruit, [...]

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