Fall farmers markets resume, with online ordering

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Jake Vennie-Vollrath, owner of Moonstone Farm, delivers food to a customer at the Saranac Lake “Park it” Farmer’s Market in March. Photo by Mike Lynch

Some of the Adirondack Park’s most popular farmers markets have switched into fall/winter market mode. And keeping with ongoing COVID precautions, they are continuing with online pre-ordering and socially distanced pick up options.

SARANAC LAKE: The Saranac Lake “Farmers Park-it” is back in session. Order online by Thursdays at 9pm and pick up your orders from your car between 10am and noon on Saturdays.

Click here to place your order: http://tinyurl.com/farmersparkit.

SNOWY GROCERY: The Snowy Grocery farmers market at Sugar House Creamery in Upper Jay has also moved to a pre-order and pick-up only model.

Follow this link for further details and to place your orders for Sunday pick ups through the fall and winter months: https://www.sugarhousecreamery.com/home

The Snowy Grocery is a collaborative effort between Wild Work Farm , Sugar House Creamery, & Mace Chasm Farm to get locally produced food into the kitchens of the local community all winter long.

More local farmers markets will be added as we go. Send notices to melissa@adirondackexplorer.org.

About Melissa Hart

Melissa is a journalist with experience as a reporter and editor , combined with work for nonprofits. As the Explorer's digital editor, she serves as editor of Adirondack Almanack.(com) and helps manage the Explorer's website. When not online, she enjoys hiking, camping and other outdoors activities, and spending time with her husband, their twin daughters, and rescue animals -- two dogs and two cats.

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