FAIRVIEW GREENBURGH FARMERS MARKET
THURSDAYS @ TOWN HALL, 1-7 PM
177 Hillside Ave, Greenburgh NY
THIS WEEK’S FEATURED VENDOR:
HUDSON COMPOST makes compost easy and accessible for everyone. With curbside organics collections, all you have to do is leave your bin out once a week and they'll make sure it gets turned into sustainable fertilizer for local farms and gardens. Sign up today at the farmers market and get your starter kit + first month of collections for free!
Hudson Compost was founded in 2019 by three entrepreneurial and environmental Hastings High School students and recent grads, Jude, Max and Ben. Their effort now counts over 375 members, collecting 5,000 pounds of food scraps each week from homes. When municipalities don’t collect food waste, Hudson Compost can step in to collect your waste weekly at a low rate. This “Curbside composting” solution encourages people who might be less likely to make the effort to compost on their own, reduces waste overloading the trash system, and creates great fertilizer to grow more. The company hopes to expand into every Greenburgh neighborhood by the end of the summer. Learn more and sign up at Hudsoncompost.com or see them at the market.
And other vendors/organizations include but aren’t limited to:
_The Three Sisters Farm - Offering a wide variety of seasonal produce from the Catskills region
_Fino Farms - Predominantly fruit, from this multigenerational fruit farm in Milton NY
_Heirlooms by Lorraine - heirloom vegetable plants, herbs and flowers grown from seeds with most of the proceeds going to local student scholarships
_Morales Food Truck - made to order meals include tacos, cheesesteak, gryo and more.
_Tony's Pickles: Over 50 kinds of olives and pickles
_Kurly's Beauty: All natural skin and makeup products for various skin tones
_Decota Naturals - oils, soaps, body butter and scrubs from Mt Vernon NY
_Shiandroots: Fresh dried herbs for cooking and medicinal purposes
_Bougie Brew Cafe: Various fresh coffee beans and desserts
_Baked by Nandini: Baked goods from an entrepreneurial Edgemont High Schooler’s first business!
_*Freshly Made Juices: Organic juices from fruits & vegetables
_Crafted clocks by Lorraine Smith
_Roz Creations - Rosamond Kavanaugh’s hand sewn hats and apron sets (include chef hat or mitts in vibrant speciality fabrics)
_Ms. Helen with her Greenburgh cookies.
Want to be a vendor? The market is growing weekly and would love to include your local business! Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 914.661.0604