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 Fresh Food from Local Sources
What’s New and in Season This Week

Gajeski Produce
Migliorelli Farm

Baby Bok Choy
Migliorelli Farm

Baby Radishes
Migliorelli Farm

Gajeski Produce

John D. Madura Farms

Gajeski Produce

Green Garlic
John D. Madura Farms

Greenhouse Tomatoes
Jersey Fresh

**Mother’s Day Gifts!**
Treat Mom to a beautifulhanging basket of flowers
Eden Farms Greenhouses
John D. Madura Farms

Potted Flowers
Jersey Fresh

Potted Herbs
John D. Madura Farms

Migliorelli Farm

Migliorelli Farm

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie
Bread Alone
Pie Lady & Son

Sweet Horseradish Pickles
Horman’s Best Pickles

Tomato Plants
John D. Madura Farms

Click on a Market to see all vendor and event details…                   

Westchester County    

Winter Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm


Ossining Winter Market Saturdays 9am-1pm

Ossining Winter Market Saturdays 9am-1pm
 NYC Markets


Mamaroneck Winter Market Saturdays 9am-1pm

Mamaroneck Winter Market Saturdays 9am-1pm
McGolrick Park Farmers Market

Sundays 11am-4pm

New Rochelle
Mamaroneck Winter Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm

Ossining Winter Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
Park Slope
Sundays 10am-4pm
Market Announcements 

McGolrick Park’s Down to Earth Farmers Market has a new vendor: La Newyorkina!
Try their delicious Mexican-style ice and sweet treats on Sundays from 11 am to 4 pm.
(Make sure to ask about their new collaboration with Momofuku, as reported by the Zagat blog.)

Park Slope

Please note that Park Slope’s Down to Earth Farmers Market will be closed on Sunday, May 19th
for the annual Fabulous Fifth Avenue Fair. We’ll be back in full swing the following week.

Down to Earth Markets is HIRING

We are looking for a few good CARROTS.
Do you love 
talking to people about fresh, local food? Would you like to be paid for doing so?
If this sounds great, apply to be a “Carrot” with Down to Earth Markets. Our carrots wear a light, flexible costume and hand out flyers for the markets. It’s a fun, freelance job that helps promote local food!

To be considered, please submit your resume and a short note of why you wish to apply at jobs@downtoearthmarkets.com. 

Stay tuned to all market happenings via our Down to Earth Markets Facebook page
and follow us on Twitter @DowntoEarthMkts.

Take a Fair Trade Coffee Break with Down to Earth Markets & Tierra Farm
The glory of Tierra Farm products at Patriot Park’s Down to Earth Farmers Mkt

At Down to Earth Farmers Markets, we curate our markets with both regional farmers AND food entrepreneurs. Our founding principle for recruiting vendors is – and will always be – local. For the growers, this is a clear cut path: all of our farmers travel “to the market and back in a day.”

With the food entrepreneurs who create artisanal products, the vetting process looks at the sourcing of their ingredients. We want to offer shoppers a wide variety of products at our markets, but not all of the products in demand can be found in the Northeast. So the question becomes: Where do the ingredients come from?

We embrace small food companies that have a strong connection to the source of their ingredients. We also promote vendors who create products with a culinary history; for example, Kontoulis Olive Oil comes from a vineyard in Greece, planted by the family three generations ago.

In the next two weeks at three area Down to Earth Farmers Markets, we’re going to celebrate these added-values behind our food entrepreneurs. We’re teaming up with Tierra Farm’s coffee roasters to invite shoppers to a “Fair Trade Coffee Break”. At each event, Tierra Farm will discuss their commitment to fair trade sourcing for their locally-roasted nuts and coffees, while offering samples of their amazi

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