SENECA CO., N.Y. — Have you ever thought about selling your locally made or produced items at your local farmers market? Do you grow fruits or vegetables? Maybe you produce honey or maple syrup, have nursery stock or cut flowers? Are you a winery or brewery looking for a new outlet for your product? Maybe you have great baked goods or make your own soap or other craft items. Are you looking for a unique place to sell your items? Why not try the Waterloo Farmers Market?
The market is entering its second year of operation in downtown Waterloo behind the police department near Vern’s Way. The market runs every Saturday from 9AM to 1PM starting June 22nd and running through October 5th. Increase your farm or business profitability by taking advantage of this low-cost means of tapping into a new pool of customers. Vendors are needed to make this effort a success. The key to this community farmers’ market is promoting locally grown and produced items.
If you want to explore this exciting option for your products or just learn more about the market, join Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension and the Waterloo Rotary Farmers’ Market Committee for an informative meeting about this opportunity on Tuesday, March 19th at 6PM at the Seneca County CCE offices, 308 Main Street Shop Centre, Third Floor, Waterloo. For more information call Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension at 315-539-9251.
–Cornell Cooperative Extension Seneca County
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