Scarecrow Farm

  (Hudson, New York)
Scarecrow Farm
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Opening Soon -- Can't Wait!!!

We've had our final "organizational" meeting and we're opening at the corner of Columbia and Sixth, in Hudson, NY, on May 8 with lots of plants and hanging baskets for Mothers' Day.  We'll also have several new vendors, eggs, cheese, and early vegetables.  Can't wait to see our customers again.

Hudson Farmers' Market Celebrates International Day of Climate Action

On October 24, concerned citizens and groups all over the world will be celebrating the International Day of Climate Action with projects, demonstrations, and displays, all emphasizing our need to reduce our carbon presence on the environment.  The Hudson Market hosts the Cairo-Durham E.A.R.T.H. Club with their displays and promotional gifts.  Please visit with these high schoolers to find out more about what we can each do to reverse this world-wide problem.  More information is available at

Still Farmin' Through November 21

Wow, the fall has been busy!  Today's market was sunny and a little nippy....a good day for wool socks!  Although a few of the vendors, those with tender vegetables, are done for the year, we still have a solid core of farmers bringing produce, milk, meats, flowers, baked goods, pesto, cheese, and eggs.  We're open through the weekend before Thanksgiving.......this would be a great place to buy those pies and breads that make the Thanks giving meal so special!

Another Great Saturday!

Yesterday was another great Saturday!  After days and days of rain -- a deluge every day -- we enjoyed the one crisp, sunny day we can expect this week.  Lots of food buyers, beautiful kids, and friendly dogs!  We welcomed back Martin's Sweet Corn, and they sold out before the market even ended.  We needed to postpone our annual corn roast because the rain has been so persistent that it has been difficult to pick!

Rain has been a problem for all of the farmers....garlic is wet and difficult to dry, some seeds have rotted in the ground and need to be re-planted, and some of the farmers have small streams that are now swollen over some of the fields.  In spite of a tomato/potato blight in the area, several vendors did have wonderful ones.  Dale had peaches!  We have been hugely lucky....every vendor has product in abundance! 

Our calendar, found at, and our newsletter (same address to sign up, keep everyone up to date on any special events.




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Besides our valued connection with Local Harvest, we are maintaining a simple website,  Register there to receive a weekly emailed update of what will be available at the market.

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