Delicious local cherries are available at farmers' markets in the summer.

Apples on the tree at Cornell Orchard (Cornell University Photography)

You'll find u-pick apples starting in August

Image by Sandy Repp

Strawberries are a June u-pick crop in our region.

Buy Local

Here in the heart of the Finger Lakes there are endless options for buying and growing locally produced food. Whether you have your own garden, shop at farmers’ markets, farm stands, U-pick sites, or visit the farms directly you will find fresh, delicious produce to enjoy throughout the year.

Our Buy Local Campaign aims to foster the environmental, economic and social vitality of our community by increasing the connections between consumers and farmers. Through outreach, marketing, and special initiatives we seek to raise individual and institutional awareness about the benefits of buying fresh locally grown and made products and to make local food an integral part of daily life.

Produce on display at farmers' market, People's Park, Seneca Falls June 2013

Farmers' Markets

Seneca Falls Farmers' Market in People's Park

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Using EBT & Coupons

Did you know that Food Stamps can be used for payment at local farmers' markets? Learn more about using EBT and FMNP Coupons here.

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Meat Suite

The Meat Suite is a website designed by Cooperative Extension educators to help consumers find locally produced, high quality meats to purchase in bulk.

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Find a CSA

Community Supported Agriculture benefits the producer and the consumer. Learn more here, and find a CSA that delivers to Seneca County.

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Last updated January 24, 2017