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Dear friends,
Access to fresh local food in Philmont just became even more interesting and complex. If learning about how the weather is affecting the price of your food this month's cover article in Rolling Stone by Bill McKibben is a must read. 

New Farmers exhibit - Philmont Library


If the question of food security, local sustainability, and new farming in Columbia County is important to you, there's an opportunity for you to meet new farmers at the Philmont Library Wednesday Aug 1st @ 6pm


Join the market farmer vendors, Dan McManus and Tess Parker of Common Hands Farm for this discussion with other local new farmers!


If the progress being made by the Collaboration Team to open the Philmont Market & Cafe Co-operative is a topic for you, visit their stand at the market to sign up for the Co-op newsletter to receive these updates.  


Times are changing for access to fresh food in Philmont, that's for sure.  





What makes the Philmont Farmers' Market so sweet and so different? It's the Sunday village square, the market place, where ideas are shared and new friendships are made. 



New!  Scratch & Dent market stand


NEW! Scratch & Dent table

 Common Hands Farm 

Marsh Meadow Farm

White Oak Farm


Market tokens

EBT, WIC, and FMNP recipients

Choices for more affordable fresh produce

For every EBT charged at the market or use of a market WIC or FMNP voucher the shopper will receive a Philmont Farmers' Market coupon for a choice of a FREE bunch of your choice of vegetable. For every EBT charge of $5 the EBT consumer will recieve a $2 Fresh Connect coupon.  See Heather at the EBT table for more info.




Sunday August 5th - cook out grilling - Philmont Fire Company  11am-1pm 

A fund raiser for the fire company.  Grilling - hamburgers, hot-dogs, corn roast, pulled pork, and fresh veg from our local farmers to bring you a taste of local grilling!


Market raffle supporting educational programs  


Weekly raffle winners are!

Max and Ann Rea Heinrich  - July 22nd 

Tessa Edick - Farm On Festival - July 15th

Max Heinrich - July 8th 

Andy King  - June 24th

Karyn Novakowski & Matt - June 17th


Raffle proceeds supporting the market educational programs & events






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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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