Rutgers Gardens Farmers market

The Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences is proud to partner with the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station to offer the Rutgers Gardens Farmers’ Market to the G. H. Cook and surrounding communities. The 2008 market provided a variety of products grown and produced locally, such as buffalo meat, cheese, vegetables, poultry, and baked goods.

Rutgers University and Rutgers Gardens wishes to help support the local farmers, as well as the local community and economy, by utilizing an area at the entrance to the Gardens, adjacent to Ryders Lane, for the Market. The market gives commuters and students easy access to fresh, locally grown crops and commodities. It will also provide “one-stop-shopping” for local restaurants looking for a variety of products from a diverse group of farms and vendors. The market will promote sustainable farming as well as focus upon recycling and conservation.

Listing last updated on Dec 1, 2008

Schedule and Location:

Rutgers Gardens
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
112 Ryders Lane
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Fridays from 1 pm - 6 pm

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They have the best assortment of great veg & farm products! I wish I lived closer!

For the past few years, this Farmers market has been a staple in my summer and fall life. If we miss the market, the week seems empty and the fresh vegetables and goods are always missed at the table.... [more]

Besides having wonderful locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables, they also have local artisan cheese, bison meat, free range eggs, a fabulous local bread baker, various pastries, ice cream, coffee, sausages,etc.... [more]

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