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Market to Open May 19th on Main Street

Posted by on Feb 20, 2018 in Blog | 0 comments

The Williamsville Farmers Market’s 2018 season will begin on Saturday, May 19th. The Market will continue to be open every Saturday thru October 27th, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. For its 2018 season, the Market will be moving to a new location — the Amherst Town Hall parking lot on Main Street— in the Village of Williamsville. The schedule of events has not yet been announced, so be sure to watch the Market’s website and Facebook page for additional...

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The Kernel

Posted by on Sep 20, 2017 in Featured Farmers | 0 comments

We spent a beautiful August afternoon at The Kernel farm with patriarch Bruce Muck. He raises popcorn, garlic, soybeans, field corn, and alfalfa hay for the herd of beef cattle. Bruce has been at this location since 1970. The present farm is 325 acres. Bruce showed us his chickens (which were entertaining to say the least). He currently has 36 chickens that produce brown eggs. We enjoyed listening to the increase of the chickens’ murmurs as we approached. Bruce said they have a lot of personality. We took a ride along the lane viewing cornfields. You could hear the pride in Bruce’s voice as he talked about his daily walk on that lane. The corn was tall and healthy, and truly a sight to see. The farm grows popcorn, field corn, and corn for ethanol. You can tell the difference in...

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Market Set to Open May 20th on Spring Street

Posted by on Apr 24, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

The Williamsville Farmers Market’s 2017 season is almost here. The Market will be open on Saturday, May 20th and will be held every Saturday thru October 28th, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The Market will be returning to its original location on Spring Street for the 2017 season. The schedule of events has not yet been announced, so watch the website and our Facebook page for...

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Summertime Blooms

Posted by on Sep 16, 2016 in Featured Farmers | 0 comments

When you visit the Williamsville Farmers Market, the kaleidoscope of colors you see from produce to flowers to artisan wares, will surely leave an impression with you. The Summertime Blooms stand at the Market is a like a life-size flower arrangement, full of brilliant color and beauty. But visiting the Summertime Blooms farm, with its row upon row of brilliant flowers, planted in sections of color was a site to behold. On our mid-summer visit to the farm, we saw fields of flowers planted both outdoors and inside the hot houses. And they were truly spectacular. Typically we are attracted to a bloom’s shape or color. Names like dahlia, lithianthus, snapdragon, delphinium and beebalm are strange and complex names that may or may not equate to a flower or color for us. But Linda O’Connor, who owns Summertime Blooms...

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Seabert Farms

Posted by on May 12, 2016 in Featured Farmers | 0 comments

It’s hard to miss Seabert Farms at the Market. They have an expansive table, manned by the owner himself, Ken Seabert. Seabert Farms is a 4th generation farm located in the town of Cambria, NY. For over 100 years, the Seabert family has been farming their land to bring fresh produce to your table. You can tell when you talk to the easy going Seabert patriarch, that he knows a bit about farming because he can tell you things like “when the dog eats grass, it’s a sign that we might be getting some rain.” We took a few trips out to Seabert Farms from the first plantings through the fall harvest. This particular season bore the challenge of early, abundant rains followed by high heat and extended dryness. But these are among the challenges farmers endure on any...

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