Wild Things Rescue Nursery specializes in rare and native plants. For example, trillium is a specialty; the nursery grows 24 of the 36 different species known to exist in the United States. [Saratoga Saturday market and Saratoga Wednesday market]
Shushan Valley Hydro Farm’s hydroponic tomatoes, cucumbers, greens and herbs, available from fall through winter and into early summer, are free of herbicides and pesticides. [Saratoga Saturday market and Saratoga Wednesday market]
Sheldon Farms traces its roots to Colonial times, and growing potatoes, running a dairy farm, and maple sugaring are themes that have run through the family’s heritage ever since. [Saratoga Saturday market and Malta Tuesday market]
Joy of the Journey Farm sells goat milk soaps with essential oils and organic ingredients, made from the milk of Nubian dairy goats. [Saratoga Saturday market]
SoLively Tapenade is made in Saratoga Springs by Kim Klopstock, a chef and restaurateur who uses a large variety of local products. [Saratoga and Malta markets]
The Chocolate Spoon sells cookies, teacakes, and cupcakes. [Saratoga/Wednesday and Saratoga/Saturday]
Otrembiak Farm, established in 1948, is a diverse, family owned vegetable farm. [Saratoga market]
Quincy Farm provides its vegetables grown using organic practices at our Tuesday/Malta market. The farm is located in Easton, New York on 40 acres. Learn more about the farm and its produce.