Ancestral Acres (Hartland)
The Johnson's have been growing a wide variety of dried flowers on their Hartland form for about 20 years. Their retail season begins in August, to allow time for the flowers to properly dry. They try not to spray their flowers, and never spray near food crops. Fall displays include pumpkins, gourds and squash - all very unique and unusual. The retail barn at their farm site opens August 1st. If you'd like to drop in, you can call at 716-772-7280 for hours - but if they are home, they are open!
Balloons by Chex (Akron)
Each Saturday, Chex can be found creating the most beloved balloon creatures, flowers and other characters. The kids love him (and a lot of the young at heart, as well). Stop by for a balloon creation that your child will never forget!
Bennington Beefalo (Attica)
The Otts produce pastured poultry broiler chickens through the Summer and Fall. These tasty birds are raised without antibiotics, hormones or growth promoters. The chickens are moved from the brooder house at 3 weeks, to the floorless shelters - that are moved to fresh green grass daily. Feed is from a small local mill and consists of cornmeal, soy meal and a variety of vitamins, minerals and probiotics that promote good health for both the birds and consumers. They are processed in a nearby inspected facility making them a truly local eating experience!
Buffalo Beaver Chainsaw Creations (Lockport) ** NEW 2013 VENDOR**
Donald Handley Jr. carves a variety of sculptures, including wildlife, lighthouses, garden decorations and abstract art. All carvings are carefully protected with stains and varnishes. Always fussy about details, Donald is just as invigorated when completing a sculpture today, as we was hen he first started! Carvings come with a care sheet and business card. The ultimate symbol of natural affection, these sculptures add rustic and stylized character to your home, garden, business or camp. Great for the holidays, anniversaries, birthdays and retirement memoirs. Visa/MasterCard/Discover accepted.
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!"
As our new Snack Shack vendor, the Clarence Center Coffee Co. & Café wil be serving a variety of breakfast and lunch options. Delicious breakfast sandwiches will include their famous egg, spinach and feta sandwich on croissant, bacon egg and cheese on a bagel or any combination of these ingredients. And for lunch, they will be serving some of their award winning food that has won multiple awards at the Taste of Buffalo - the Tahoe Bluze Wrap which consists of blue cheese, turkey, bacon, fresh greens and roasted garlic mayo, as well as a veggie wrap, a roast beef panini sandwich and a caprese salad. Some new items that we will be show cased at the Market include a selection of gluten-free items, including a gluten-free quiche, cupcakes on a stick and granola. But for all you non-gluten free people out there, this food is delicious enough for everyone's palate! "We hope to bring a unique selection of tasty foods that will be so irresistible, that people will be coming back week after week to experience the flavors of life! Our restaurant in Clarence Center has been serving the community since 1998. We are thrilled to be extending our services to the beautiful community of Clarence Hollow. We look forward to a wonderful season and are grateful for this exciting opportunity." - owner Nora Cleary
Domoy Farms, LLC (Oakfield)
Domoy Farms LLC was formed in 2010 with three principles - Francis, Dianne and son Brett. Started as a sole proprietorship in 1978, the farm began with 160 acres, and has since grown to over 1800. Large grain crops include field corn, soybean and wheat, which take a large majority of the land. The remaining ground is used to grow processing vegetables for a Canadian company and for fresh market sale. Dianne has been attending open air markets since 1979, and in 2013 will be at 7 farmers' markets in 4 counties! The farm grows 35 different kinds of vegetables on irrigated uplands and under plastic. They are happy to accept large party and canning/freezing orders. Contact Dianne at 585-703-9319 to place an order. The Domoy's would like to thank you for your support n 2013!
Donna's Pepper Jelly and Jams (Lancaster) **NEW 2013 VENDOR**
Jams and Jellies
Duke's Donuts (Buffalo) **NEW 2013 VENDOR**
Making fresh donuts on site! Also selling delicious Mayers Bros. Apple Cider.
Eastern Monarch (Clarence/Newstead)
Learn about the metamorphosis from caterpillar, to chrysalis, to butterfly..David O'Donnell will educate you on the the full lifecycle of the butterfly and how to grow a butterfly garden!. They sell kits with everything you need to raise your own beautiful Monarch butterfly!
Fransylvania Produce (Sanborn) **NEW 2013 VENDOR**
Francis Keem produces and sells genuine maple syrup, cream, sugar candy and granulated sugar - right here in Western NY! These are gourmet artisan products that are meant to be enjoyed by you and shared with others!
Grandma K’s Handcrafted Soaps (Attica)
Kathleen Ott’s soaps are homemade using fresh, clean fats and oils, as well as tallow from their grass-fed, hormone free Beefalo. No synthetics or detergents are used and the soaps contain all the glycerin resulting from the soap-making process. This will make your skin feel softer and moisturized. Different recipes and ingredients are selected for different purposes. Both scented and unscented soaps are available, as well as natural liquid soaps, lotion bars, and a few accessories. These soaps will give you a treat and make your skins feel so good!
Hens Honey Bee Farm (N. Tonawanda)
Hens Honey Bee Farm is the only NYS producer of USDA Raw Organic NY Native Wildflower & Tree Variety Honey. For nearly 22 years, professional beekeeper Geri Hens has met or exceeded USDA standards for organic honey production for bees, honey and beeswax. Hens Honey Bee Farm bees are permanent full-time NYS residents who proudly produce 16 varieties of native/indigenous vegetation liquid, creamed and comb honey.
Herbs, plants and teas.
H.G. Miller Farm, Inc. (Elma)
Miller Farm began in 1972 as a 20 acre farm with one greenhouse. In 1988, they began to add greenhouses and now have twelve plus two hi-tunnels for early and late vegetables. Ten years ago they also started selling brown eggs from heir free-range chickens. The farm sells potted plants for retail customers, fundraisers and farm markets. They practice integrated pest management and use biological insect control. Most recently, they added cut flowers to their products for sale.
Hydro-Works (Clarence) **NEW 2013 VENDOR**
Plants and micro-greens.
J & R Fruit Farms /Heberle Farms (Hamlin and Corfu)
Offering a variety of fresh-picked fruits and vegetables.
Roasting the finest quality coffee beans from around the world - fresh each week in Kenmore, NY. Kornerstone offers a variety of house blends, single-origin, organic and fair trade certified coffees, as well as flavored coffees. Beans/ground coffee is sold by the lb., half-lb. and mini pack. They also offer fresh cups of their coffees, brewed on-site in the Kornerstone Coffee Hut (on our market site, next to the Country Store). Kornerstone's goal is to bring their customers the very freshest and consistently high quality beans every week!
Unique flower varieties, a wide selection of vegetable plants, fair prices and a feeling that when a customer leaves, all of their gardening needs were met and questions were answered in a professional and polite manner - this is what makes Lavocats a "Destination Nursery". They feature 11 greenhouses covering 20,000 sq. ft. housing hanging baskets, flats and potted items of annuals and perennials, professionally designed patio and hanging combination pots, shrubs and small ornamental trees.
Ledge Valley Orchard (Clarence)
Located on Kraus Road in Clarence, Ledge Valley Orchard has 7 varieties of apple trees, including Wealthy, McIntosh, Cortland, 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 2012, they took 7 first place awards! Visit Ledge Valley Orchard at the Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market from mid-September through the end of October.
After a lifetime of dairy farming, the Librocks decided to raise beef cattle on their lush grass and clover pastures, where their dairy cows once grazed on. They retail their frozen natural beef at the farm and the farmers’ market. Their cattle are raised naturally, with no growth hormones or antibiotics and are processed at a USDA inspected facility, frozen and vacuum packed
Jeff Perdziak (Clarence Center)
Jeff is very dear to our market! In 2012 Jeff created the Market Menagerie barnyard mural displayed on the front out our Country Store and Wine Haus, and in 2013 is working on a near life-sized mural of the West Shore Railroad on the side of the Clarence Bowling Academy building across from our market site. Jeff visits our market as a vendor during the season, showing and selling his wonderful sketches and paintings.
John Puccio offers a variety of iron and steel sculptures, including garden art, home and patio art and accent pieces. Look for notices of occassions when we will be setup at the market.
Schwab Farm offers a large variety of fresh picked fruits and vegetables, as well as fresh baked items, including pies, cookies, muffins and breads.
Simply Sweet (East Amherst) **NEW 2013 VENDOR**
Bakery specializing in Gluten-free cookies and brownies.
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”!
Cottonwood Bark Carving (Clarence) **NEW 2103 VENDOR**
Hand carved wood art.