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Brandy View Farm

All our produce is grown using natural methods, no chemical fertilizers pr pesticides. We are proud to offer our community the freshest and tastiest vegetables we can grow.

Sunflour Bakery & Cafe

Sunflour Bakery & Cafe is excited for the opportunity to incorporate fresh, local vegetables in our quiches and salads. The homegrown ingredients will enhance our offerings and make them more nutritious and delicious. 

Henry Mast

Grandpa's Sprouts

We enjoy growing vegetables and the grand kids are learning how things grow, from planting to weeding to harvest. I farm because I enjoy it.

Dominique Family Farm

Julia and her father is Paul Dominique, together with her two  brothers and two sisters  run Dominique farm, producing various fruits and vegetables. They plant everything themselves, not using any pesticides and practice crop rotation. They sell, beans, melons, tomatoes, squash and more at Canton, Massena, and Potsdam Farmers Markets.

Cedar Front Farm

Naturally grown vegetables, and raised eggs. Our vegetables are available in the summer and fall months. We also sell hay, soybeans, oats and corn.

Martin's Farmstand

Martin's Farmstand is unique; they are a one-stop shop for the homegrown products from several area farms. All growers farm by chemical free and non-GMO methods. We are a reasonable priced option (often equal to supermarket prices) for really good local food.

Circle G Farm

Visit us at the Farmers Market or at our roadside stand in Hammond. We have maple syrup available all year. Vegetables are grown organically from organic seed.

Bittersweet Farm

Bittersweet Farm is accepting members for their 2021 Workshare Warrior Community Supported Agricultural (CSA). A program designed to promote access to local food without monetary exchange, the Workshare is now in its third year. Members come to Bittersweet for two hours a week, participating in all aspects of the farm in exchange for a farm share. Shares include seasonal produce and products - depending on the time of year, members may get eggs, mixed greens, potted plants, meats, fruits, vegetables or herbs.

Andrew Yoder Family

Birdsfoot Farm

We offer various CSAs-summer shares (Mid-June to Mid-October), students shares (September to December), winter shares (November to January), and flowers shares. Market Spend down is available (you pay ahead and shop from us at the farmers market). 

  • All our produce is grown using natural methods, no chemical fertilizers pr pesticides. We are proud to offer our community the freshest and tastiest vegetables we can grow.

  • Sunflour Bakery & Cafe is excited for the opportunity to incorporate fresh, local vegetables in our quiches and salads. The homegrown ingredients will enhance our offerings and make them more nutritious and delicious. 

  • We enjoy growing vegetables and the grand kids are learning how things grow, from planting to weeding to harvest. I farm because I enjoy it.

  • Julia and her father is Paul Dominique, together with her two  brothers and two sisters  run Dominique farm, producing various fruits and vegetables. They plant everything themselves, not using any pesticides and practice crop rotation. They sell, beans, melons, tomatoes, squash and more at Canton, Massena, and Potsdam Farmers Markets.

  • Naturally grown vegetables, and raised eggs. Our vegetables are available in the summer and fall months. We also sell hay, soybeans, oats and corn.

  • Martin's Farmstand is unique; they are a one-stop shop for the homegrown products from several area farms. All growers farm by chemical free and non-GMO methods. We are a reasonable priced option (often equal to supermarket prices) for really good local food.

  • Visit us at the Farmers Market or at our roadside stand in Hammond. We have maple syrup available all year. Vegetables are grown organically from organic seed.

  • Bittersweet Farm is accepting members for their 2021 Workshare Warrior Community Supported Agricultural (CSA). A program designed to promote access to local food without monetary exchange, the Workshare is now in its third year. Members come to Bittersweet for two hours a week, participating in all aspects of the farm in exchange for a farm share. Shares include seasonal produce and products - depending on the time of year, members may get eggs, mixed greens, potted plants, meats, fruits, vegetables or herbs.

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