Thank you for an amazing season! The market is now closed for the Winter and will re-open on Saturday, May 17th, 2014. Located in the Village of Sag Harbor at Bay and Burke Sts.

The mission of the Sag Harbor Farmers Market is to:

  • Provide opportunity for local farmers, fishers, and food producers east of the Shinnecock to sell their wares directly to the consumer
  • Provide homegrown and homemade fresh nutritious foods to the community
  • Promote economic development in Sag Harbor and on the East End
  • Foster social gathering, community activity and education for the purpose of sustaining the growth of local agriculture
  • Support the farmer on his or her land in that way preserving farmland for the next generation

Quiet Skies Coalition

SPOTLIGHT OCTOBER 25th The Quiet Skies Coalition (QSC) is comprised of citizen volunteers, based in East Hampton, NY, whose collective experience as residents neighboring the East Hampton airport compelled us to action, to reduce or eliminate the noise and air pollution this facility imposes on surrounding communities. Organized in August of 2011, QSC functions as …

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Hamptons in Transition

SPOTLIGHT – SATURDAY OCT 5: Hamptons in Transition (HiT) is a group of East Enders who are creating a local network of people and organizations that together are finding ways for our community to adapt to potential environmental catastrophes, economic decline and climate change. We are connected to an international movement called the transition movement, …

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Biodynamics for the Garden

SPOTLIGHT – SATURDAY SEP 21: Stop by Stephen Storch’s booth this Saturday for an opportunity to learn about biodynamics for the garden, material and methods and putting it into practice. This will be a unique discussion of theory and science and guests are welcome to bring questions about your garden. Biodynamics is a spiritual-ethical-ecological approach …

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Celebrating 10 Year Anniversary

SPOTLIGHT – SATURDAY SEP 7: The Sag Harbor Farmers Market is celebrating its 10 year anniversary on Saturday September 7th, 2013. The market’s very first season began on September 11th 2003 and was the first to open in the East End of Long Island. The market has grown substantially from its inception thanks to the …

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