Oct 20th – 26th
Croton-on-Hudson Music at the Market with Brian Vegh [10/26, 11am – 1pm, Croton-on-Hudson]
Jamaica Friday-Seasonal Tastings- Apples [10/24, 11am – 1pm, Jamaica Friday]
Jamaica Saturday- Seasonal Tastings- Apples [10/25, 11am – 1pm, Jamaica Saturday]
Cooper Park - Textile Recycling [10/26, 11am – 4pm, Cooper Park]
Rye- Music at the Market with Ed Packer [10/26, 11am – 1pm, Rye]
Spring Valley- Community Table HRH Care [10/22, 9am – 11:30am, Spring Valley]
Park Slope- Textile Recycling Collection [10/26, 10am – 5pm, Park Slope Sunday]
Ossining- Music with Rachel Alexander [10/25, 10am – 12pm, Ossining]
Ossining- Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners [10/25, 8:30am – 12pm, Ossining]
Piermont- Party in a Puddle Story Telling with Betsy Franco Feeny [10/26, 12am – 12am]
Morningside Park - Textile Recycling [10/25, 9am – 5pm, Morningside Park]
McGolrick Park Textile Recycling [10/26, 11am – 4pm, McGolrick Park]
McGolrick Park Compost Drop Off [10/26, 11am – 2pm, McGolrick Park]
Queens Botanical Garden Compost Drop Off [10/24, 8:30am – 12:30pm, Queens Botanical Garden]
Our Farmers Markets Change with the Seasons
It's the high harvest season! At our markets, you'll find apples, pears, cauliflower, winter squash, and much more. To find inspiration for delicious, locally-sourced meals, visit the Recipe Box on our Kitchen page.
Need Cooking Ideas?
Go to the kitchen and look in the recipe box for great seasonal ideas!
Welcome to the kitchen!
At a time when the average American meal clocks in 1500 miles to arrive on our plates, much of our food has been groomed for travel, not taste.
Not so at Down to Earth Markets.
At our markets, we take special care to “curate” the offerings. We strive for the right balance of local fruits and vegetables, meats, cheeses, breads, artisanal products and more. All of our vendors are family-scale producers who work in tandem with nature’s seasons. Everyone is “local,” meaning he or she travels “to the market and back in a day.” And with them, they bring food less traveled.
One of the great benefits of shopping at the farmers market is that we connect with nature. Every item is not available all the time, and this is a good thing. Week by week, shoppers get to experience the regional harvest, and each item is brought to market at its peak freshness. All of the artisanal producers at Down to Earth Markets have sourced from local farms, too.
Thus, when we get home with our shopping bags full, our kitchens become a place of celebration. People come to the table and partake of the best our area has to offer. Like every good party, the experience is full of surprises. We hope the recipes, cooking videos, and other culinary content here adds to the daily celebration in your kitchen.