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PHILMONT BEAUTIFICATION, INC.                                                      
 a grass-roots community organization 
 Main St. Program             Local Food                Exhibitions                     Assistance   


Spring has definitely arrived, bringing with it the sixth season of the Philmont Farmers' Market, this year in collaboration with the Philmont Market & Cafe Cooperative. 
Opening this Sunday, May 25th, Memorial Day Weekend
10 am to 2 pm at 116 Main Street

We hope you'll join us to welcome back our loyal farmers and food producers with their full seasonal offerings of sustainably produced and organically grown vegetables, fruits, free-range and pastured eggs, Devon Red free-range beef, pasture-raised goat, pork, and beef, cheeses, breads, pickles, syrups, sauces, jams, pastries, cakes, pies, potted plants, herbs, bedding plants and fresh cut flowers. 
Marsh Meadow Farm
Ten Barn Farm
White Oak Farm
Diamond Hills Farm
Hans Schober Farm
Delsia Hilton Baking
Heather Morris Gourmet Baker  
Asia Luna
Hawk Studio
HandMade Bowls 
the Curbside Cafe serving farmer breakfast and Crepes by Georg 
Notes from the fields: Ten Barn Farm, Ghent.  
Bringing to market:  spring greens, bedding plants, herbs, eggs, and farm-baked goods. 

Philmont Beautification, Inc., has four major program areas revitalizing the community in the spirit and tradition of a rural barn raising.  D
edicated to improving quality of life in the Village of Philmont with grass-roots community collaborations and programs on Main St Revitalization, Small Business, Special Projects, Philmont Farmers' Market, and Community Arts/Trades.  PBI qualifies as an IRS 501(c)(3) charitable organization. 

Special Project:  
Creating a community-based food system in collaboration with the Philmont Market & Cafe Cooperative aimed at reaching a sustainable community that is environmentally sustainable, economically viable, and socially just, including access to affordable foods supporting the local farming economy.          

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