2018 Season Ends

The 2018 season for the Williamsville Farmers Market has ended. be sure to follow our Facebook page in the off season. We’d like to thank all our patrons who supported the Market’s farmers and artisans this past season. The Market will re-open in mid-May...
Stymus 2

Stymus 2

We revisited the Stymus farm in late July to see what was growing in their expansive fields. There were some of the earlier July crops that were still being rotated in, but what we saw this time was different.The crops that were in the cold frame tunnels in July were...
The Kernel

The Kernel

We spent a beautiful August afternoon at the farm with patriarch Bruce Muck. He raises popcorn, garlic, soybeans, field corn, and alfalfa hay for the herd of beef cattle. Bruce has been at this location since 1970. The present farm is 325 acres.He showed us his...
The Summertime Blooms Farm

The Summertime Blooms Farm

When you visit the Williamsville Farmers Market, the kaleidoscope of colors you see from produce to flowers to artisan wares, will surely leave an impression with you. The Summertime Blooms stand at the Market is a like a life-size flower arrangement, full of...