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The Gouverneur Farmer’s Market, now supported and managed by Gardenshare, provides our residents with access to locally grown, organic, and highly nutritional food every week.

The Gouverneur Farmer’s Market, now supported and managed by Gardenshare, provides our residents with access to locally grown, organic, and highly nutritional food on a weekly basis.

 

The market provides a space where our local growers can directly engage with their neighbors and continue to “grow” their farms, businesses, and relationships.

 

The Gouverneur Chamber of Commerce is a proud supporter of both the Gouverneur Farmer’s Market and the newfound support provided by Gardenshare.

- Tim Reddick, Chamber Board

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(temporary location)
276 - 286 East Main Street (Farley Train Station)

Thursdays 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
June 6 through October 24, 2024

The new Market cell phone number that you can call, leave voicemails to, and text is 315.854.3120. You may contact this phone number during office hours and seasonal market hours, and it will be the best contact method to send market attendance updates throughout the season.

 

You may also reach the GardenShare office directly at 315.261.8054 during office hours (Mon-Fri: 9:am-4:pm)

BECOME A VENDOR

The cost for a year of Farmer's Market is $60.00, but if you are a member of the Chamber of Commerce, there is no additional fee.

 

If you have questions, you can either call the Chamber Office at 315-287-0331 or attend the market and see the market manager, Erica Kelso. Erica manages Canton/Potsdam farmer's markets and our Chamber-sponsored market.

 

Current vendors are selling:  homemade crafts, occasional baked goods, vegetables, plants, succulents, photography, afghans, veggies, garlic, raspberries, and fruit.

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SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) is accepted for food items. There will also be a special later in the year where participants can receive $2 in food for every $1 spent (details to follow.)

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