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Farms to Tables in Cayuga County

Tuesday, August 25, 2020 2:00 PM by Claire Dunlap

Farms to Tables in Cayuga County

You may not think “Agriculture” when you think vacation or tours, but you should! Cayuga County has farm-to-table eateries, cooking classes with renowned chefs that give you exclusive access you can’t experience anywhere else, throw in farm stands and farmer’s markets as far as the eye can see you have a winning destination. In 2017 the 225,204 acres of farmland

Morgan’s Half Acre Produce is a family friendly shop with easy parking and a relaxed, down home atmosphere. The staff, which are comprised of mostly family members are happy to answer your questions about the produce, cooking suggestions or help you with travel directions! This iconic farm stand also offers locally produced maple syrup and honey as well as a variety of fresh baked pies and shakes

Taste NY

Thursday, June 25, 2020 2:00 PM by Gillian Sears

Taste NY - Auburn is a division of Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Agriculture department. Located in the NYS Equal Rights Heritage Center, the shop carries products produced right here in the state of New York. They focus on hyper-local products produced in Cayuga County including raw honey, maple syrup, jams and jellies, dairy products, lotions, soaps and baked goods. Some of the Cayuga County

Farmers Markets

Wednesday, June 24, 2020 12:00 AM by Staff

Farmers Markets are important to the vitality of a community and the Auburn Farmer's Market is no different! Located across from the iconic Curley's Restaurant just off of Routes 5&20 West, the market is open for business on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, from June to October. Auburn is indeed a great place to live, and the farmer's market brings life and vitality to our beloved city!

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Farmers market season is in high swing, with markets open at least a few hours a week in towns and villages throughout Cayuga County. These markets are great places to get the freshest local products, mingle with other shoppers and support the local economy. The atmosphere of a farmers market is often festive and a great way to experience local culture by getting to know the hard working people

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