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The trend to buy local products is sparking interest all over the United States.  Would you rather have fresh food grown in your local Lake George community, picked in the past day or two?  Or would you rather have food that’s flown or trucked in from Florida, Mexico or Chile?  The choice is simple.  Buying food at a farmers’ market is usually much more flavorful and healthier - not to mention it helps supports the local economy.
 

One of the main reasons people buy from a farmers’ markets is because the food just tastes better!  Food that is picked in the past day or two is crisper, with bolder flavor.  Food at farmers’ markets are in their peak season, and don’t need to be processed for longer shelf time.  Not to mention that food consumed quickly after it’s harvested retains more nutrients.   It’s also exciting to try new foods when you visit a farmers’ market—did I mention larger variety?  You can find unique, local, garden varieties of fruits and vegetables, like Celebrity, Juliette and Mountain Fresh tomatoes. 
 
When food is grown in your own backyard, it greatly reduces your carbon footprint.  The term “food miles” is the distance food travels from where it is grown to where it is ultimately purchased or consumed.  The average distance produce travels in the United States is 1,500 food miles.  Think of all the steps it takes to get food from Point A to Point B. Refrigeration, packaging, storage, transportation all require energy use.  Buying local at a nearby farmers’ market requires significantly less energy. 
 
Knowing where your food comes from directly connects you with the farmer who put food on your table—creating a sense of community. When you visit a farmers’ market, you develop a relationship with your favorite vendor’s who provide you with the delicious food that you love.  
Get to know your food and your neighbors by supporting your local farmers’ market.  
 

Below are a list of locations, dates and times of the farmers’ markets in and around the Lake George region:

 
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Cambridge Farmers' Market Cambridge, NY
Every Sunday: May-Sept, 10am-2pm. Located at Railroad Park behind Hubbard Hall
Whitehall Farmers' Market Whitehall, NY
Starting in early June until late Oct. Every Tuesday at 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. Located at Skenesborough Park, Whitehall, NY 12877.
Queensbury Farmers' Market Queensbury, NY
Queensbury Farmers' Market offers a colorful selection of homegrown, home baked, and handmade products in an open-air marketplace.
Ticonderoga Farmers' Market Ticonderoga, NY
Check out the Ticonderoga Farmers' Market for all your farm fresh needs! The market is open from July till October 11th on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. on Route 9, southwest of the Liberty Monument.
Bolton Landing Farmers' Market Bolton Landing, NY
Open-air, rain or shine featuring local products, crafts and more. EBT cards and tokens accepted. Pets(on leashes), strollers, and wheelchair friendly. TROLLEY to the market! WEEKLY SPECIAL EVENTS
Lake Placid Farmers' Market Lake Placid, NY
Lake Placid Farmers' Market is every Wednesday at 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Center for the Arts. Starts in June and continues through till September.
South Glens Falls Farmers' Market South Glens Falls, NY
Every Monday, early June until Late October. Starts at 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Located at Village Park on Spring Street, South Glens Falls, NY 12803
Salem Farmers' Market Salem, NY
Try something new at the Salem Farmers' Market! Early June through October. Every Saturday, 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Located at Rotary Park, Salem, Ny 12865.
Greenwich Farmers' Market Greenwich, NY
From June - October come to the Former IGA parking lot on Main Street for the Greenwich Farmers' Market. Thursdays, 2 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Granville Farmers' Market Granville, NY
Delectable and unique goods are sold every Thursday, early June through late October. Starts at 2 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. Located at the former IGA lot, R. 29, Greenwich, NY.
Hudson Falls Farmers' Market Hudson Falls, NY
Come pick out fresh food at the Hudson Falls Farmers' Market. June through October. Tuesdays, 10 a.m. -1 p.m. at the Sutherland Pet Store, 1161 Dix Ave.
Middle Granville Farmers' Market Middle Granville, NY
Come to the Middle Granville Farmers' Market on 7 Main Street in Middle Granville, NY. The market starts in June and contiunes until October. Check it out on Mondays from 2:00 p.m. until 5 p.m.
Fort Edward Farmers' Market Fort Edward, NY
Locally grown and harvested goods for you to enjoy! Every Friday, starting early June through October. Starts at 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Located at Fort Edward Bowl, Rt. 4, Fort Edward.