Sustainable Revitalization and Philmont Farmers Market
Sustainable Revitalization brings together our four programs; NYSMain St, Community Arts & Trades, Small Business, and the Philmont Farmers' Market working together to help rebuild a community from the bottom up through integrated programs, community participation, and by providing opportunities aimed at developing a more sustainable environment, shared community activities, and dynamic thinking to encourage a vibrant local economy.
Philmont Farmers' Market
Bringing together local farmers, food purveyors, and crafters located within a 15 mile radius around Philmont for a Sunday 10am-1pm Farmers’ Market experience of the bounty of local farms and food producing talents found in the Hudson Valley. Fresh produce, cheeses, eggs, baked goods, flowers, herbs, honey, jams and more! Farmers registered with the NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets to accept FMNP Senior Nutrition vouchers, EBT, SNAP, and WIC.
Sunday's market. Now in it's 5th year!
NEW! Location: 116 Main St. opposite Local 111 on the Main St.
10AM TO 1PM - June to mid-October
Ever wondered about pesticides in produce? See the 2012 EWG Shopper's Guide to Pesticides.
Market farmers and vendors:
- Common Hands Farm Project sustainable growing, pesticide free, seasonal vegetables. Claverack/Hudson.
- White Oak Farm sweet corn, tomatoes, sugar free jams, honey, Pete's famous B-B Sauce, and White Oak Farm's cake breads. Hillsdale. Footprint 7.7 miles
- Schober Farm, locally raised homestead beef, longtime Columbia County family farm raising antibiotic and hormone free Red Devon Beef, hamburger, steaks, and stew beef, Ghent. Foodmiles 6.9 miles.
- Ten Barn Farm, sustainibly grown produce. Ghent.
- Pamerped Cow Cheeses– artisanal farmstead cheeses from Hudson Valley's very much loved cows and goats, including the famous Pampered Cow Hudson Red, Harpersfield Cheeses, Nettle Meadow Farm goat cheeses, Bier Meck soft cheddar. Sampling new cheeses at every market. Ghent. Footprint 3.6 miles.
- Marshmeadow Farm, a generational Hudson Valley farm producing sustainabily grown fresh produce, pasture fed chickens and eggs, goats meat, herbs, and plants. Germantown.
- Dimond Hill Farm, - free-range chicken. Germantown.
- Philmont Market & Cafe Co-op, bringing breakfast every Sunday, local farm made cheeses, and more. Help out and you can earn a $100 owner-menbership for 10 hours of your time volunteering at their stand. All profit go towards helping to get the Co-op store open!
- Asia Luna, locally made green home bath and beauty products, including delicious artisan soaps, and more. Philmont. Footprint 0.10 miles.
- Philmont Farmers' Market Cafe, providing bistro tables/umbrellas for market visitors.
- Local crafters, hand-made wooden bowls from Tom Kenney, Hawk Studio leather work, new crafters added throughout the market season.
- Farmers accept Dept of Ag and Markets nutritional program vouches, including WIC, and FMNP
- Market accepts EBT/SNAP
White Oak Farm
Common Hands Farm Project
Hans Schober Farm
Asia Luna home & bath natural products
Strongtree Organic Coffee Roasters
PHOTOS OF THE WEEK
Philmont Farmers' Market in the news
ccSCOOP, Columbia Counties best and only online magazine features the market with a slide show in their Food and Wine section. Thank you ccSCOOP!
CCSCOOP SLIDE SHOW Philmont Farmers Market (click to read and see the slide show)
Farmer's market is eye in hurricane for change in Philmont (Click on the link)Rodeo, cook-off conclude Fair (click on the link)
Proud member of....click on link for more Slow Food info
Thanking our Market Sponsors
Without your support the market wouldn't be nearly as nice as it is for everyone! Thanks!
Sponsors: Philmont Farmers Market special "Thank You" to
Local business support strengthening the community in Columbia County! Thank you!
History of Flower Barrel Project
This is where is all started - a community gift from volunteers to brighten up the Main St. back in 2000. Philmont Beautification, Inc. now thanks The Village of Philmont and the DPW for taking on the annual planting of the Main St. barrels providing prominent businesses, govt. offices, and the Post Office located on Maple Avenue with summer annuals. We'd like to thank the many local businesses for helping to establish the planting of the barrels as a local favorite to welcome the start of the season on Memorial Day weekend, including Holmequest Farm, Loomis Creek Nurseries, Claverack Agway, GrowMax, and Meltz Lumber who have generously donated to this program over the years.
2008 Flower Barrel Awards presented to:
- The Best Maintained – Philmont Public Library
- Dedication – Cumberland Farms
- The Most Spectacular – Dorothy Stichternath
- The Mostest – Richardson Hall
2007 Flower Barrel Awards presented to:
- The Best Maintained – Key Bank
- Dedication – The Philmont Public Library
- The Most Spectacular – 119 Main St. – Nelson Sterner
- The Mostest – Philmont Car Wash
Lighting up the Main St. – 2008 Holiday Project
The Holiday Season is all about light and sharing the experience.
Many thanks to the 25 volunteers who helped design, install, and bring light to the four vacant storefronts along the Main St. for the 2008 Holiday Season and to the property owners who participated and paid the lighting bills!!