The Clarence Hollow Farmers' Market offers a variety of both produce and specialty vendors, all who meet our "Make It. Bake It. Grow It." requirements. With all products being grown or produced in New York State, you can be sure that you are getting the freshest produce and quality local products.

If you are interested in becoming a Market Vendor, contact us with a brief description of your business and your plans for vending. 

The Market
Special Events

New York State's only "Rails-to-Trails" Farmers' Market!

Ancestral Acres (7369 Ridge Rd, Lockport) - expected August through October
Our farm, located north of Lockport, grows a large variety of fried flowers (50 or more). Their retail flower barn opens at the end of July, when some flowers begin to dry. When they are home, they are open!

Applewood Hollow (Lockport) ** NEW 2017 VENDOR **
Cocoa and Chai Tea mixes.

Bath Party Creations (Williamsville) ** NEW 2017 VENDOR **
Bath bombs, bubble bars, emulsified sugar scrubs, fluffy whipped soap, body lotions and bath gift boxes.

Buffalosmark, Carol Conwall Card Design (Clarence) 
Carol produces uniquely stylized fine art compositions and novel card art that evokes memories of a beauty and time gone by. “The Buffalo” a whimsical caricature imaging historical, architectural, scenic, floral, seasonal...themed art. Products available: note/enclosure cards complete with vellum envelope, buffet/place cards, bookmarks, luggage tags, passport and checkbook covers, pocket wallets, recipe cards, magnet art, hockey pucks, prints suitable for framing and more. Card products printed on a 30% PC fiber, a “Green Seal Certified” stock made in the USA. Custom orders and wholesale inquiries are encouraged and welcomed. "Pen a Note, Stimulate Wellness!"

Clarence Center Coffee Co. & Cafe (Clarence Center) 
Serving from the CHFM Snack Shack - and taking over the Coffee Hut for 2017 - the Clarence Center Coffee Co. & Cafe offers a wonderful menu of freshly made breakfast and lunch options, as well as bottled drinks and other grab & go items, such as chips, granola, yogurt, cookies, etc. Locally owned, the main coffee shop and café is located in the heart of Clarence Center. They sell and brew locally roasted beans from Finger Lakes coffee roasters. Additionally, they offer a full menu of breakfast sandwiches, wraps, paninis, fresh salads and desserts, as well as beer and wine. Next to their delicious food is their unique atmosphere, with the spirit and philosophy of "OM", peace and one consciousness. Decorated with worldly artifacts, their quaint shop is perfect to finish that book or paper or to catch up with friends. All are welcome to stay for a minute or hours, so make sure to stop in to visit them at both the Market and their main shop locations!

Colorful Crafting (Clarence)  
Colorful Crafting is dedicated to providing a variety of unique products to their customers. Everything they create is handmade with great attention to detail to ensure the highest quality. Their top seller is tie-dye, but they have other things to offer such as beer coasters, crochet items, jewelry and much more! Custom orders are welcomed and encouraged!

Dart Enterprise (Cowlesville) 
A small family farm in Cowlesville, NY. In the Spring, they grow hanging baskets, bedding plants and perennials. Then they begin vegetables and fruit production. In July, their cut flowers start and go through September. They also offer their own fruit flavored maple syrups., as well as other maple sugar products.

Eastern Monarch Butterfly Farm (Clarence/Newstead)
Learn about the metamorphosis from caterpillar, to chrysalis, to butterfly. David O'Donnell will educate you on the full lifecycle of the butterfly and how to grow a butterfly garden!. He sells kits with everything you need to raise your own beautiful Monarch butterfly, including milkweed plants!

Heritage Grove (Clarence)
A family owned and operated start-up farm, focused on aquaculture, specialty crops and nature-inspired artwork.featuring recycled materials. 2014 seasonal products include garlic, herbs, tilapia - all farmed sustainably. Stop by to visit Deborah Hormell and family and learn more about her farm!

H.G. Miller Farm, Inc. (Elma)
A greenhouse operation with 11 houses, growing annuals, perennials and vegetable transplants. They raise free range chickens and sell the eggs at the farm and farmers' market. They have 2 hi-tunnels where they grow baby greens,  and several acres are set aside for garlic, onions and other crops.

House of Olives (The) (Buffalo) **NEW 2017 VENDOR**
Olive oils, vinegars, rubs and sauces.

Kissed by the Sun Spice Company (Buffalo) ​
The company's mission is to inspire creative and healthy meals for everyone and that's why all of our flavors are blended using organic, gluten-free, kosher spices and all-natural ingredients. Their spices contain no MSG or artificial flavoring, allowing you to transform meats, fish, veggies, soups, salads and more into healthy gourmet meals in a dash! As a family owned and operated company they never have, and never will, compromise on quality or flavor. For over 10 years their gourmet spices have been blended and sold at festivals, arts & craft shows and special events to the enjoyment of cooks l over New York State.

Ledge Valley Orchard (Kraus Road, Clarence) - participating from late September through October
Located on Kraus Road in Clarence, Ledge Valley Orchard has 8 varieties of apple trees, including Wealthy, McIntosh, Cortland, Rhode Island Greening, Red and Yellow Delicious, Spygold and Northern Spy. Their apples have been entered in the Erie County Fair continuously since 1955 and have won several first place awards over the years. In 2016, the had seven apple entries and took four first place and thee second place awards! Visit Ledge Valley Orchard at the Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market from late September through the end of October.  

Librock Farm (5288 Gasport Rd, Gasport)
The Librocks raise black angus cattle on their Gasport farm. They use no growth hormones, or antibiotics. The cattle are raised on pasture, finished on local grains and processed at a USDA facility.

My Father's Fudge (Akron) 
Not your average fudge! There are no preservatives, corn syrup, Kayro syrup or cups of sugar added. They simply use MORE chocolate! Their fudge is a dark, rich, creamy, flavorful confection that will melt in your mouth. Dad would be proud!

Myrtles Greenhouse (Alden) 
A local family owned business that practices sustainable farming and follows organic practices. They specialize in bedding plants, herbs and vegetables.

Naturally You...Pure and Simple, LLC (Clarence)
The Naturally you…Pure and Simple organic product line are a natural and effective way to get your skin feeling and looking radiant. They work with your skin to enhance its regenerative and healing properties. Their skincare products are chemical and pesticide free, meaning they are better for your body and the environment. The result of a holistic approach is that your skin will be cared for with pure and simple products containing no harmful ingredients or preservatives. Additionally, they only use amber glass packaging to protect both you and the integrity of our organic ingredients.

Newmies Bees (East Aurora)  **NEW 2017 VENDOR**
Honey products.

Obst Farm (Lockport) **NEW 2017 VENDOR **
The mission at Obst Farm is to raise the healthiest, most natural and delicious meat products their land can produce for their neighbors here in WNY. In doing so, they continually improve the ecology of the farm (domestic and wild) and, most importantly, the health of all who eat their food. They raise 100% grass-fed and finished beef and lamb, pasture-raised rabbit and pasture-raised chicken (broilers and egg layers). Their poultry are fed organic, no-soy, non-GMO grains from Lakeview Organics in Penn Yan NY. Their animals thrive within their intensive, rotational grazing system, eating their natural God-given diets. They never use synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides in the pastures and never use medicated feed regimens or hormones in their animals. This ensures that their family and customers consume a delicious, premium meat product that is an invaluable asset to their health.

Panek's Pickin' Patch (13420 W. County House Rd, Albion) 
Specialize in growing small fruit which is available at their farm stand, farmers' markets an through their Berry CSA. Their children grew up planting, tending and picking alongside them, and now their children are joining in the Fun!

Pet Wants (Getzville) ** New 2017 Vendor **
Pet Wants WNY carries fresh, homemade beef jerky and "pawtato" chips for your dogs. Does your dog need a "spaw" day? They also carry salves, balms and sprays for dogs. Pet Wants makes it easy for pet parents to take care of and love their pets!

Sarah Belles' Soaps (Holland) - every other week ** New 2017 Vendor **
Soaps and artwork​.

Schwab Farm (9035 Rochester Road, Gasport) 
Family owned and operated for over 65 years. Offering a large variety of fresh picked fruits and vegetables, as well as baked goods, pies, cookies, breads and muffins. Our store front location is open year round, seven days a week - with full deli service.  

Stymus Farms (Albion) 
Grow a wide variety of homegrown vegetables, with six cold frames and one greenhouse.

Watt Farms Country Market (Albion)  - beginning in July
Watt Farms Country Market is a family owned business established in 1980 with the mission of growing the highest quality fruit in the WNY Fruit Belt. Watt Farms offers a variety of summer tree fruit, apples and other soft fruits and berries. Their farm location offers U-Pick 7 days a week. In the Fall, they offer cider and apples as well as group tours. The Watt’s Orchard Express Train takes U-Pick apple customers to and from the orchard on weekends. And their specialty Sunday brunches feature their fruit pancakes, sauces and syrups. Watt Farms welcome city folks to come to their orchards to “get fresh with us”!

Windnagle Apiaries (Darien Center) 
A small expanding honey bee farm, with currently 7 hives as of this Spring. They strive to produce high quality raw honey. By Fall, they also hope to produce comb honey. Stop by to meet Tara and Joe!

** 2017 Vendor Information**

Below is a list of the vendors expected during our main market season (June through October). Please note that some vendors may only participate during parts of the season, based on their products offered.
Where available, you can link to the vendor's website for more information, by clicking on their underlined name.