This hoppin’ farm and craft market, nestled between Seneca and Keuka Lake has been around since the 80’s and has grown to be 200 (TWO-HUNDRED ) shops. What you can do there: enjoy a hearty breakfast , buy fresh, local produce , check out the shops , see a free show , and relax at lunch in the mini-pine tree forest! Check out their Facebook page to see cute pictures of all the great things they have to offer!
Category: Signs of SustainabilityBy Gay Nicholson
Tags: Food System
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