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Dear friends,


We are opening this Sunday for our 4th season!
What's in store?
Celebrating our local farmers with loud applause and giving thanks for fresh harvested foods into Philmont again.


Please join your farmers this Sunday to welcome and thank them for being with us!


Important News!  The Philmont Market & Cafe Co-op is joining the market this season.  Please try to attend every Sunday to help keep the market growing in tandem with the efforts of the Co-op's new Collaboration Team which is moving ahead to develop the plan to support the renovations to the Stewart's building to house the Co-op.  We are counting on your weekly support of local farmers and the Philmont Co-op market stand to help demonstrate the community need for fresh healthy foods. By supporting the Philmont Farmers Market you will be helping us all take the next step towards getting the Philmont Co-op open and the funding needed to do that!  Heads count - we hope we can count yours by being there!


A small Sunday morning market in a village downtown setting.  Local producers only.  Freshly harvested vegetables and fruits, pickles, syrups, sugar free jams, Devon free-range beef, artisanal cheeses, bread, eggs, pastries, cakes, pies, cut flowers, potted plants & herbs. Organically produced home & health products, craft demonstration vendors, handmade leatherwork, wooden bowls, market baskets, and farm/food educational events. EBT/SNAP machine on site. 


Schober Farm 
Come to market with Hans Schober.  A seasoned Columbia County farmer whose 92 year old mother he told us last season was still eating his free-range, antibiotic free Devon beef!  Ask any farming question and Han's will share his exceptional advise
Maple Syrup - Schober Farm
and good humor and sell you marvelous cuts of beef, bottles of maple syrup,and maybe some cuts of tender pork from his son's farm, Cool Whisper just up the road.  


Delsia Hilton Baking 
Delsia Hilton - the best baker born and raised in Philmont now running the bakery for the Spencertown Country Store wouldn't miss a market! Grab a choc chip or fruit pie.
Delsia Hilton
Philmont Market & Cafe Co-op 
News! Philmont Market & Cafe Co-op is joining the market this season. Come out to celebrate the Co-op providing breakfast at the market, local farm made cheeses, and more as the season grows. We're hearing breakfast sandwiches at last! Volunteer to help the Co-op to receive a $100 owner-membership by volunteering ten hours. Applause of welcome for the Co-op! 






Hand Made Bowls - Tom Kenny 
Hand Made Bowls by Tom Kenny always a fun buy, especially if Tom is turning his bowls at the market.Bowls
Talk to Tom about making bowls specially for you using sourced woods from your property and see what he can do - magic in front of your eyes. 


Common Hands Farm Project 
Common Hands Farm Project  fresh zucchini
returning for a 3rd season - got to love them!  Philmont's own. See below for Common Hands Farm Project harvesting crop list for June - yummy! 
Studio 55 baskets 2011 
Studio 55  
Beautiful market baskets appearing on these dates only so don't miss them! - June 10th, July 15th, August 12th & 26th, last chance to buy one will be Sep 16th. 
Studio 55 -market baskets galore
 Fred Lainge 
White Oak Farm - Queens Jam - very of this moment - this weekend - throw a Queens tea party. Thank you Fred and Sally Lainge!
Strawberries galore- White Oak Farm 
Strawberries anyone?






Marsh Meadow Farm 


News!  Marsh Meadow Farm is joining the market this season as a 4th generation family farm owned and operated solely by women, growing organic produce, raising dairy and meat goats and chickens for all-natural eggs. Marsh Meadow Farm 


Come to the market to welcome Elfreda and Dorothy Meacher, Lauren, and Matt.  Marsh Meadow - goatsMarsh Meadow Farm also produce organically grown vegetables and cut herbs in chemical-free greenhouses and outdoor raised beds, and beautiful herb and heirloom flower plants grown from seed in their own greenhouse.  Welcome!


Harvesting for June 

at the 

Philmont Farmers Market







Swiss Chard

Garlic Scapes






Goat meat



Romanesco Cauliflower

Red preco Radicchio

Purplette Mini Onions

Assorted Radish: Davignon, Champion Sparkler, Black, Watermelon

Magenta Spreen 


Green & Red Bok Choy 

Salad Mix

Gailon Chinese Kale

Hon Tsai Tai 

Red Komatsuna

Carrots: Rainbow


Red & Green Okra

Radish Sprouts

Braising Mix

Shiitake & Oyster Mushrooms







Pete's B-B-QUE Sauce

Berkshire Bakery Breads



Red Devon Beef   


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The Philmont Beautification, Inc. Philmont Farmers' Market newsletter is funded in part from generous support gratefully received from the following local businesses and funding agencies, and from our growing family of loyal community supporters like you!  Thank you so very much for your support.     SEE YOU AT THE MARKET!

Main St. Public House-Philmont Meltz LumberEd Herrington's , IncHudson River Bank & Trust Co Foundation
  USDANYS Office of Community Renewal

Federation of Farmers Markets NYColumbia County Tourist DeptBerkshire Taconic Community Foundation      

Philmont Beautification, Inc. is a grass-roots non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to community developement in the spirit of a traditional barn raising 

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