Where the Farm meets the City!
The Troy Waterfront Farmers Market is delighted to bring you nearly 100 local farmers and fresh food vendors every Saturday, year-round in Downtown Troy, New York.
For over 18 years, we have been a leader in supporting local agribusiness and providing a livelihood to farmers and food producers in and around the Capital Region.
Find us here:
May through October at Monument Square on River Street, Saturdays, 9am til 2pm
November through April at The Troy Atrium, 49 4th Street, Saturdays, 9am til 2pm
One Monument Square
The Future Home of the Troy Waterfront Farmers’ Market
We Need Your Help
The City of Troy is holding a design workshop series associated with the development of the One Monument Square site. The multi-day event will commence on the evening of Monday, June 18, and will continue for the next three days through Thursday, June 21.
The Troy Waterfront Farmers’ Market will be a participant in this process, and encourages the public to advocate for a design that provides a permanent home for the Troy Waterfront Farmers’ Market.
The Best Choice for Troy
The Troy Waterfront Farmers’ Market has been a major catalyst for the Downtown Troy renaissance, and today, up to 18,000 people attend the market on Saturdays.
Troy Waterfront Farmers’ Market needs a non-transient space to continue to grow, and to better support vendors and visitors.
A permanent, flexible home will allow the Troy Waterfront Farmers’ Market to have an impact not restricted to a single day of the week. The Market will be able to provide new programming, opportunities and amenities that put it on par with nationally-recognized destination markets.
One Monument Square is the perfect location for the Market – where it can serve as an anchor for Downtown and its ongoing revitalization.
The Troy Waterfront Farmers’ Market is a local entity, and is invested in the city. A One Monument Square development drive by the Market is a project for Troy, by Troy.
How can I get involved?
There are several ways to support the Market, but they come back to getting involved in the process!
Attend one or all of the Design Meetings the city is holding. There is an information session on June 18, and two nights to provide input on June 20 & 21. Visit troyny.gov for the details on time and location.
Make your voice heard on social media, or by writing a letter to the editor to the Troy Record or Albany Times Union.
Volunteer at the Market! Visit https://www.troymarket.org/participate/ for details.
Every Saturday, nearly 100 food growers, bakers, chefs and artisans gather to offer the Capital Region's freshest and finest! At our market, you buy directly from the producer - the person who grew it or made it and can tell you how to best cook, use and enjoy it. Plus, your dollars contribute directly to the local economy and assure the future of a healthy regional food system.
But we're more than a farmers' market - for more than 19 years, we've provided a community gathering place with live music, great food, family activities and lots of learning opportunities! Each Saturday, thousands of savvy shoppers from across the Capital Region and beyond come to shop, dine, relax and visit with family and friends. Won't you join us?
Local. Hand-made. High quality.
Photo credit Mark A. Bauman
- Fresh Produce: vegetables, herbs, berries, tree fruit
- Meat, Poultry, Dairy: beef, Bison, pork, chicken, eggs, milk, cheese
- Baked Goods: artisan breads, pies, cakes, cookies, pastries
- Condiments and Preserves: jams, jellies, relishes, hot sauces, salsa
- Sweeteners and Sweets: honey, maple syrup, chocolates and candies
- Catered Meals: soups, stews, sandwiches and entrees
- Flowers and Plants: cut & potted flowers, potted herbs, bedding plants
- Household Items: soaps, lotions, cleaning products, textiles
- Artisan Wares: pottery, wool and knitted goods, paper, photography