15 Church Street
Chatham, New York 12037
518 392 3353 phone & fax
realfoodcoop@taconic.net
 

2013 FARMERS MARKET
Fridays, 4pm-7pm
June 7th - October 18th
At the Chatham Real Food Market Co-op
15 Church Street
(on Route 203, one block west of the intersection of Routes 66 & 203)
Chatham, NY 12037


COMMON HANDS
Dan and Tess www.commonhandscsa.com
Started by beginning farmers, Common Hands values working with both biodynamics and permaculture, always looking forward to the future of food, health and community.

CAT'S VIEW FARM
Jade Craven
www.catsviewfarm.com
Hand Milked & HomeMade Fresh Goat Milk Soap.

FIELD APOTHECARY &
HERB FARM
Dana & Michael Eudy
www.fieldapothecary.com
All of our herbs are organically grown, harvested and processed by hand. We believe good food & drink are the best “medicine” and herbs used in daily practice can greatly help to enhance overall health & well-being.

BONFIGLIO & BREAD
Bakery specializing in hand made hearth breads

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Farmers Market
2013

More Info coming soon!




GREEN MEAD FARM
Jenny Hindes, Jana Smart
Fresh produce and flowers

LOVE APPLE FARM
Donald Golden
www.loveapplefarm.com
Famous for tree-ripe fruit.

MAGDALENA’S MENU
Magdalena Diaz
Fresh, delicious, authentic Mexican tamales, burritos, empanadas, tostadas – a real tradition at the Market! SCHOBER FARM
Hans Schober and family
Local beef from a long-time Columbia County family farm in Ghent – steaks, hamburger and stew beef!

TOM KENNY
Beautifully hand-carved hardwood platters and bowls

SCHOBER FARM
Hans Schober and family
Local beef from a long-time Columbia County family farm in Ghent – steaks, hamburger and stew beef!.

 



 

The Chatham Real Food Market Co-op is a community-owned outlet for the products of our local farms and kitchens.
The Co-op provides education about Columbia County agriculture, and promotes a more localized food system.
Our objective is to strengthen our rural community, develop our food security, and help build a healthy local economy in our county. The initiation of the Real Food Co-op was a project of Community Agriculture of Columbia County, an educational non-profit organization dedicated to relocalizing our food system.


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