Wayne County Farmers Market is a seasonal market operating from mid-to-late May through the end of October. A majority of farmers at this market use organic practices or natural growing methods. In addition to customer favorites, such as corn and tomatoes available at the height of season, shoppers can also find heirloom vegetables and other vegetables rarely seen in grocery stores, such as kohlrabi, yellow and Choggia beets, garlic scapes, and more. Home gardeners can purchase bedding plants for raising their own herbs and vegetables and/or flowers. Customers can also find farmstead cheese from a local creamery, free-range eggs, free-range beef, homemade kielbossa, jams and jellies, home-baked goods, fudge, ice cream, environmentally friendly household produces and hand-made soap.

Listing last updated on Jul 13, 2010

Schedule and Location:

Wayne County Visitors Center, 32 Commercial Street, trackside at the rear entrance. Operating every Saturday from mid-to-late May through the end of October, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

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It's really great to see Honesdale embrassing the Buy Local food movement. There is nothing better than stopping for a cup of coffee at the Patisserie and then heading over to the farmers market to buy food you know was just picked hours ago!!! I hope they continue to add farmers each year....

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