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Awestruck Hard Ciders
8 Winkler Road
Sidney, NY 13838
Phone: 607 237-1671
E-mail: britt@gravityciders.com

Contact: Brittany Lloyd
Established: 2014

NYS Hard Cider made in Delaware County. We use 100% NYS Apples in all of our delicious creations. We enjoy creating unique hard ciders that excite the taste buds.

Awestruck Hard Ciders

Bread Alone
3962 Route 28
Boiceville, NY 12412
Phone: 845 657-3328
Fax: 845 657-6228
E-mail: info@breadalone.com
Web: breadalone.com

Contact: Dan Leader and
Sharon Burns-Leader

Established: 1983
Employees: 35

Bread Alone Bakery

Bread Alone specializes in making certified organic breads and traditional handcrafted pastries. The company also operates several retail shops throughout the Hudson Valley and Catskill Region.

 

BuddhaPesto  
P.O. 226
Bearsville, NY 12409              
Phone: 518 239-6593
E-mail: info@buddhapesto.com
Web: buddhapesto.com

Contact: Maria Gandara & Gregor Trieste

BuddhaPesto

BuddaPesto is a family-owned and run business. For more close to 10 years now, we have been serving the Hudson Valley and beyond with an ever-increasing demand for our pesto.

People have quoted BuddhaPesto as “The best basil pesto on the planet.” This is because we select only the finest, uncompromised natural ingredients. Buddhapesto's ingredients are: fresh basil and Italian parsley, pure olive oil, imported Pecorino Romano cheese and pignoli nuts, fresh garlic, tri-colored pepper and sea salt.

We take great pride in preparing all the ingredients from scratch in a made-to-order fashion, using only the freshest ingredients. We also support local farmers when the appropriate seasons are in effect.

 

Catskill Fungi  
344 Oliverea Road                           
Big Indian, NY 12410
Phone: 520 603-4191
E-mail: John@CatskillFungi.com
Web: www.CatskillFungi.com

Contact: John Michelotti

Catskill Fungi

At Catskill Fungi we are all about Mushrooms.  We produce high quality, triple-extracted mushroom health tinctures from fungi we wild-craft and grow on our family farm. We offer fresh mushrooms when they are available. We enjoy sharing our love of mushrooms on our guided mushroom walks, mushroom landscape consultations, cultivation workshops, and through our mushroom inspired art. Stop by and say hi to a fungi. 

 

Catskill Mountain
Artisans’ Guild Ltd.  
Margaretville Commons Building              
PO Box 665, 785 Main Street                           
Margaretville, NY 12455
Phone: 845 586-3443
E-mail: info@catsguild.org
Web: catsguild.org

Contact: Jill Cline
Employees: 45+ members

The Catskill Mountain Artisans’ Guild is a not-for-profit organization. Our purpose is to help regional artists become more visible, grow economically and creatively, and develop a tourist attraction that will draw visitors to the area.

Our cooperative gallery on Main Street in Margaretville offers a wide variety of handcrafted items ranging from fine art furniture and leather coats, to pottery, jewelry and hand knitted items.

Catskill Mountain Artisans' Guild

Delaware River Solar
by Andy Cahill

Margaretville, NY 12455
Phone: 845-586-2058
E-mail: andy.cahill@delawareriversolar.com
Web: www.delawareriversolar.com

Contact: Andy Cahill

Established: 2016

Delaware River Solar

Delaware River Solar is proud to be partnering with The Pakatakan Market. For every meter that signs up for the program, we are giving $50 worth of tokens to be used with the vendors in the market. We are also donating another $50 to the Roof Fund for every meter signed up.

Delaware River Solar is developing solar farms in our area. You have the opportunity to subscribe to a percentage of the solar farm, based on your electric usage. Each month, you receive credits on your electric bill that reduce your electricity charge without ever having any panels on your roof or property After that, the farm generates electricity into a local grid, producing bill credits, which are then distributed to you as a member. Overall, you’ll save 10% on your electric rate.

To sign up for Delaware River Solar, come see Andy in The Round Barn and sign up for a place in the farms, sign up for $50 worth of tokens, save 10% on your electric power AND, take an average of six tons of carbon emissions out of the air.

Handmade with Love
by Lisa Scalf

PO Box 305
New Kingston, NY 12459
Phone: 845 586-2052
E-mail: codascalf@aol.com
facebook.com/handmadewithlovelisascalf

Contact: Lisa Scalf

Number of employees: 1

“Handmade with Love by Lisa Scalf” is a unique collection of handbags, skirts, aprons, pillows and accessories made right here in the Catskill Mountains. With over 30 years of years of experience on 7th Avenue in the fashion industry, Lisa makes each item by hand at her home on a sleepy dirt road in New Kingston. The five handbag styles are made in upholstery fabric and lined with faux suede to match the handle straps. The "Snap Wrap Skirt" is one-size-fits-most, Size 2 – 16. There are also two styles of kitchen aprons, pillows, eyeglass cases, neck wraps for men and women, and Catskill souvenir T-shirts and bumper stickers.

Handmade with Love by Lisa Scalf

Harpersfield Cheese
1677 County Route 29
Jefferson, NY 12093
Phone: 607 278-6622
E-mail: cheese@harpersfieldcheese.com
Web: harpersfiledcheese.com

Contact: Corrinne Brovetto

Harpersfield Cheese, made at Brovetto’s Dairy Farm, is aged naturally and crafted by using milk from our cow dairy located in the northern Catskills of Delaware County. Our herd has been bred over the past 40-plus years to provide a proper balance of natural nutrients to make our unique cheese.

Harpersfield Cheese

“Each step in the cheese making process is carefully crafted by the cheese maker. The cheese is aged in an underground area where the temperature and humidity are controlled until the full flavor is developed. During the aging period, each wheel is washed and examined with care.


“When Harpersfield was frontier, newcomers were put up in the best houses until another could be built for them...all hands helping. Over 250 years later, the Brovettos of Harpersfield built their own farmstead cheese house, with friends and neighbors at their side...all hands helping. Experience cheese made the Old World way.”

— Corine Brovetto

Heller Farms
1157 County Road 39
Bainbridge, NY 13733
Phone: 607 967-8440
E-mail: HellerFarm@hotmail.com

Contact: Seth & Deb Heller
Employees: 2
Established: 1983

Offering vegetables, u-pick strawberries, blueberries and Christmas trees.

"We are glad to be a part of the market." — Seth Heller.

HellerFarms

 

HoneyBee Herbs
1060 Dry Brook Road
Arkville, NY 12406
Phone: (845) 513-5411
E-mail: kelley@honeybeeherbs.com
Web: www.honeybeeherbs.com

Contact: Kelley Edkins
Established: 2008

We have been developing honeybee gardens throughout the Catskills since 1999.Focusing on endangered specie woodland plants for our native honeybees. In 2008 we developed Honeybee Herbs which became a line of Medicinal teas based on the plants the honeybees gather from spring to winter. We have 4 hives and are Bee Guardians, meaning we let our bees swarm into the forest to cultivate the wild honeybees. We use the wax and honey from the hives to make healing salves, tinctures and apothecary honeybee products. We are 100% pure, no chemicals or fertilizers, non GMO.

HoneyBee Herbs

Kerrs Creek Distillery
Walton, NY 13856
Phone: 607 441-8342
E-mail: Hello@KerrsCreekDistillery.com
Web: kerrscreekdistillery.com

Contact: Matthew & Jessica White

Kiss My Butts BBQ

Kerrs Creek Distillery is a small family owned and operated distillery, highlighting products made from ingredients sourced in NY State. The story of Kerrs Creek Distillery began almost 100 years ago, in Harvard, NY, where our great-great-grandfather and his son decided to distill bootleg alcohol to ship down to the Big City. Packed in pianos, the bottles were moved, undetected, and delivered to countless speakeasies. For several years during Prohibition, father and son refined their craft, taking pride in what they were creating. It is that same care and pride that we at Kerrs Creek Distillery embrace today.

Locust Grove Soap Co.
53798 State Hwy. 30
Roxbury, NY 12474
Phone: 607 326-3404           
E-mail: locustgrovesoap@yahoo.com 
Web: locustgrovesoapcompany.com

Contact: Deborah Bauer
Employees: 1                       
Year Established: 2002

Locust Grove Soap Company is a small, home-based business located in Roxbury, that specializes in all pure vegetable glycerin and goat's milk soaps in 40 different varieties.

Other products offered: body butter, Dead Sea salts, natural lip balm, after bath splash, lavender sachets, goat's milk lotion, skeeter beater, liquid hand soap, castille soap, body wash, favors for baby/bridal showers / weddings and corporate gift baskets.

LocustGroveSoap

 

Lucky Clover Artisanal Bakery
Cobleskill, NY 12043
Phone: 518 410-2440
jessica@luckycloverartisanalbakery.com
Web: luckycloverartisanalbakery.com

Contact: Jessica/Erin
Year Established: 2016

Locally Sourced, Naturally Good. Our timeless baked goods feature NYS organic flour, local milk, local butter, local cold-pressed non-gmo  sunflower and canola oil, local free range eggs, organic fair trade sugars, organic spices, and local fruits, herbs and vegetables and plant based food coloring.We specialize in creating unusual but mouth-watering flavor combinations such as strawberry basil cake made with organic strawberries and fresh basil and sangria cake made with seasonal fruit and a red wine buttercream. We have a large assortment of gluten free, dairy free, paleo and vegan baked goods and will be offering some traditional polish items such as pierogis and soups.

LuckyCloverArtisanalBakery

Lucky Dog Farm
& Farm Store
35796 State Highway 10 (Main Street)
Hamden, NY 13782
Phone: 607 746-9898 
Fax: 607 746-9894     
E-mail: RGiles@Delhitel.net
Web:  LuckyDogOrganic.Com

Contact: Richard Giles
Established:  2000  
Employees :  8   

Lucky Dog Farm offers a full range of seasonal organic fresh vegetables, cut flowers and food items made at Lucky Dog Store. At both our farm and our store we are interested in building a system of good, local, and largely organic food.  We are also committed to farmland preservation and support of new small farms in the area.

Lucky Dog Farm & Farm Store

Margaret Owen
The Arts Upstairs  
60 Main Street                           
Phoenicia, NY 12464
Phone: 845 688-2142

Contact: Margaret Owen
Years at the Commons building: 2nd year

I make hand dyed and painted silk scarves.
Hand stenciled and painted t-shirts, leggings,socks,and infant clothes.
I also run an art gallery in Phoenicia with local art and crafts.

Margaret Owen Silks

 

Mulligan Creek Acres
1181 East Lykers Road
Sprakers, NY 12166
Phone: (518) 673-4848
E-mail: mulligancreekacres@live.com
Web: www.mulligancreekacres.com

Contact: Tanya Moyer
Established:  2012  

Purebred Berkshire Pork, Jacob lamb, chicken and turkey raised on organically maintained pastures and diets supplemented with a local, custom milled non-GMO grain. As well as eggs, meatballs, meatloaf, soups and custom seasoning blends.

Mulligan Creek Acres

MulliganCreekAcres

Mulligan Creek Acres
Eatery

1181 East Lykers Road
Sprakers, NY 12166
Phone: (518) 673-4848
E-mail: mulligancreekacres@live.com
Web: www.mulligancreekacres.com

Contact: Tanya Moyer

Mulligan Creek Acres Eatery

Mulligan Creek Acres Eatery offers a variety of breakfast and lunch options at the Round Barn.  Using our own Berkshire pork, chicken, lamb and eggs, we pair it with what is found locally, in-season from farmers we know and other market vendors to create delicious offerings.  Our goal is to source the best in local – focusing on high quality ingredients that are grown using sustainable and regenerative agricultural production methods.   Menu offerings change weekly based on seasonality and availability.

MulliganCreekAcres

Patria Gardens
887 Patria Road
P.O. Box 120
W. Fulton, NY 12194
Phone: 518 827-5937
Fax: 518 827-5937
E-mail: driscoll.c.n@gmail.com
Web: neildriscollart.com

Contact: Neil Driscoll
Established: 1983
Employees: 0

Patria Gardens has been a vendor at the Pakatakan Farmers’ Market since its inaugural season. Featured products at Patria Gardens include: perennial plants, small shrubs, cut flowers in season and garden design installation and maintenance.

We also offer art cards, paintings and prints and music CDs.

“We have established many friendships with the customer base during our many years at the market.” — Neil Driscoll

Patria Gardens

Pika’s Farm Table
Big Indian, NY 12410
Phone: 845 254-5884
E-mail: pikaroels@gmail.com
Web: pikasfarmtable.com

Contact: Luc & Pika Roels
Established: 2000
Employees: 4 Full Time / 14 Part Time

PikaFarm

All of our products are made from scratch with the freshest local ingredients we can find. We make quiches, soups, appetizers and dips, as well as pot-pies. We also serve our delicious Belgian sugar waffles.

“It’s always good to be back at the market.” — Pika Roels

 

 

 

Purple Mountain Press
1060 Main Street,
P.O. Box 309
Fleischmanns, NY 12430
Phone: 845 254-4062
Fax: 845 254-4476
E-mail: purple@catskill.net
Web: catskill.net/purple/

Contact: Wray Rominger
Established: 1973

Purple Mountain Press
Purple Mountain Press has published more than 200 books about New York State history, natural history, folklore, the arts, and outdoor recreation. Recent books include expanded editions of LIQUID ASSETS: THE HISTORY OF NEW YORK CITY'S WATER SYSTEM by Diane Galusha and THE CATSKILLS: A GEOLOGICAL GUIDE by Robert and Johanna Titus and a reprint of A CATSKILL WOODSMAN: MIKE TODD'S STORY. A specialty is New York State transportation history including WHERE DID THE TRACKS GO IN THE CATSKILLS?, a geography by Michael Kudish.

Radomir Dvorak – Blacksmith
9089 County Hwy 33
Bloomville, NY 13739
Phone: 914 629-7731

Contact: Radomir Dvorak

Description of work: Blacksmith making tables, fences, gates, anything you can imagine.

Radomir Dvorak

Sap Bush Hollow Farm
1314 West Fulton Road
Warnerville, NY  12187
Phone:  518 827-7595
Fax 518 234-2105
E-mail:  shayes@midtel.net
Web:  sapbush.com

Contact: Shannon Hayes, Rober Hooper,
James & Adele Hayes

Established:  1979
Employees:  4
(+13 years before that under by
Curry Town Farm)

Sap Bush Hollow grassfed meats

Grass-fed, pasture-raised meats, handmade sausages, homemade soaps, salves, candles, handmade baskets, wool, yarn, blankets, raw organic honey and organic fruit (in season).

“The Pakatakan Market is an extension of our family and our farm. We are deeply thankful for every day we spend at the market, enjoying the friendship of our customers.” — Shannon Hayes

Shaver-Hill Farm
310 Shaver Road
Harpersfield, NY 13786
Phone: 607 652-6792
E-mail: shahill@pronetisp.net
Web: shaverhillfarm.com

Contact: Dennis, Dwayne and David Hill
Established: 1985 (partnership).
Producing maple syrup for 60 years.
Employees: All family

"Maple syrup has been produced on our farm since 1891. Our family partnership takes pride in producing the finest maple products. We have a shop at the farm where our products can also be purchased. We can also do mail order."

Shaver-Hill Farms specializes in producing: maple syrup, maple sugar, maple cream, maple jelly, maple lollipops, maple-coated peanuts, hard maple candies, maple mustard, maple barbecue sauce, maple tea, maple coffee and maple popcorn.

"Part of our maple business is sales and service of maple equipment and supplies needed for maple syrup production. Each year in March we host two Maple Weekend Open Houses — that include pancakes and sausages being served all day."

Shaver Hill Farm

Sherman Hill Farmstead
9626 County Highway 21
Franklin, NY 13775
Phone: 607 829-8852
E-mail: Linda@sherman-hill.com
Web: sherman-hill.com

Contact: Linda Smith
Established: 1972 (farm).
Licensed dairy:1988
Licensed cheese making facility: 1993
Employees: “A family of farm workers,
not employees.”

Sherman Hill Farmstead goat milk cheese

Sherman Hill Farmstead specializes in making goat milk cheeses: chevre, feta, basket cheese, caerphilly, camembert and new this year blue. I also sell broker goats milk soap made with our farm’s milk.
We are a 90-acre family farm.  We primarily raise Alpine dairy goats to produce milk for our cheeses.  We also offer meat goats in the spring and breeding stock when available.

We are committed to raising healthy, happy animals on grain and pasture and making quality goats milk cheeses. Our cheeses are available at other farmers’ markets and local stores.

 

 

Smyth/Cid Pottery
1011 Keyserlkill Road
Middleburg, NY 12122
Phone: 518-827-8073
E-mail: dlsmyth@midtel.net
Web: smythcidpottery.com

Contact: David Smyth and Judy Cid

Smyth/Cid Pottery

David and Judy have been potters in Schoharie county for the last 30 years. We currently are making bathroom sinks, water filtration crocks and a line of functional stoneware pottery in traditional Japanese reduction glazes.

Stone & Thistle Farm
1211 Kelso Road
East Meredith, NY 13757
Phone: 607 278-5800
E-mail: warren@stoneand thistlefarm.com
Web: stoneandthistlefarm.com

Contact: Tom & Denise Warren
Established: 1995
Employees: 3 Full Time / 1 Part Time

Selling retail cuts of beef, pork, lamb, goat, chicken, duck, turkey, guinea fowl, rabbit, sausages, and eggs. We also offer products from Fable’s Kitchen, including meat pot-pies, soup, stews, pates, rillettes and sauces.

Stone & Thistle Farm

Straight Out of the Ground
East Branch Farms
52234 State Hwy 30
Roxbury, NY 12474
Phone: 607 326-6177
E-mail: madalyn.warren@gmail.com
Web: eastbranchfarms.com

Contact: Madalyn Warren 

We love diversity and growing a wide variety of vegetables, herbs and cut flowers. Organically grown vegetables and herbs are delivered to the Round Barn within 24 hours of harvest. New to market this year is the pro-biotic power-house Kimchee Harvest, featuring traditional and farmer’s choice varieties of the Korean staple. We love PFM and the community that gathers there every Saturday sharing recipes, fielding special requests from buyers and seeing the abundance of food produced in our region. East Branch Farms is 9 miles north of the Round Barn, stop by and visit anytime.

Straight From the Ground

Tea Thyme
Herb & Fruit Farm

288 Vega Mountain Road
Denver, NY 12421
Phone: 607 326-7153
E-mail: tth@aol.com
Web: TeaThymeHerbFarm.com

Contact: William and Cheryl Patterson

Tea Thyme Herb & Fruit Farm

Our products include: jam, jelly, chutney, prepared food, mustards and vinegars.

Visit our farm shop, walk through our raised bed gardens and other featured plantings. Sample and taste Tea Thyme products and local cheeses. We offer fruit jams, pepper jellies, aged vinegars, dip and cheese mixes, fruit syrups, and our famous flavorful mustards. The shop is open most weekends, or call ahead. You can also find our products at Burn Ayr Farm Market on Route 28 in Delhi, and the Pine Hill and Pakatak.

 

 

Township Valley Farm
1359 Townbrook Road
Hobart, NY 13788
Phone: 607 431-8128
E-mail: townshipvalley@gmail.com
Web: townshipvalleymushrooms.com

Contact: Julie Knyphausen and
Michael Warholic
Year Established:

Nestled in the western foothills of the Catskill Mountains, Township Valley is a USDA Certified Organic farm. We grow a variety of gourmet mushrooms, selling at farmers’ markets in the Catskills, Hudson River Valley, and surrounding areas, as well as directly to local restaurants. We believe that the best tasting, highest quality, and most sustainable farming happens without chemicals and pesticides, and that’s exactly how we grow our mushrooms.

Township Valley Mushrooms

 

Two Stones Farm
22 Bruce Scudder Road
Halcott Center, NY 12430
Phone: 607 201-3649
E-mail: tsfcheese@gmail.com
Web: facebook.com/twostonesfarm/

Contact: Alan and Robin White
Year Established: 2001

Farm Fresh Goat Cheeses, Farm Fresh Cow Cheeses, Farm Fresh Goat and Cow Blended Cheeses, Alpaca Wool, Alpaca Knitted and Woven products, Goat Milk Soap, Free Range Chicken Eggs

TwoStonesFarm

Two Stones Farm is a small family farm located in Halcott Center, NY, just a few short miles from the Round Barn Market.  It is owned and operated by Alan and Robin White, who have been living in the Catskills for over 35 years.  After meeting at Cornell University, graduating with environmental and animal science degrees, and getting married, they started farming in 2001. With the help of their three children, Two Stones Farm grew larger and larger, but after the children grew up and moved away,  Alan retired and started farming full time.  Robin is still a teacher at Andes Central School, helping Alan whenever she can, but Alan is the real muscle behind Two Stones Farm.  Alan and Robin have a philosophy of sustainability that is in tune with the natural world, and they try to have as small a carbon footprint as they can each and every day.  In addition to their all-natural vegetable and fruit gardens, Two Stones Farm is home to goats, Jersey cows, chickens, guinea fowl, dogs, cats, and alpacas.  At Two Stones Farm, we  strive to make delicious and healthy products that are a pleasure to share with our customers!

Union Grove Distillery
43311 State Hwy. 28
Arkville, NY 12406
Phone: (845) 586-6300
E-mail: info@uniongrovedistillery.com
Web: www.uniongrovedistillery.com

Contact: Brian Mulder
Established: 2016

Business and/or Product Description:  Union Grove Distillery is a family run NY farm licensed distillery.  Making vodka from NY apples and wheat as well as a vodka made from pure local maple syrup. Union Grove Distillery was just awarded a gold medal and best of category medal for their Vly Creek Vodka made from apples and wheat.  Also on tap is a sprit distilled in a rum style made from pure local maple syrup and finished in a bourbon barrel.  Bourbon and Whiskey and other specialty spirits are in the designing stage as you read this.

UnionGroveDistillery


 

 



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