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SI farmers markets this fall: When are they open and closed for the season?

Staten Island, New York – Crisp weather and great weather call for an outdoor shopping trip. Here are four municipal markets with locally harvested fruits and vegetables.

“Fall leads not only to changes in garden produce, but lower temperatures and falling grasses contribute to changes in the milk produced on our farm, and changes in richness and quality, so we will begin making Camembert cream cheeses again in mid-October.”

In the following list, note closings and changes in hours for this last part of the growing season.

Gerardi’s in New Brighton sells a large variety of products from Jersey as well as proteins and milks to finish off a shopping trip. (Staten Island Advance / Pamela Silvestri)


644 Richmond Terre, New Brighton; 718-727-7787

Hours of Operation: 7 AM to 6:30 PM daily except on Sunday when it closes at 3:30 PM

Closing season: Traditionally the week after Halloween

The Gerardi family specializes in Jersey-grown produce, ornamentals, and other garden products. To complete a fruit or vegetable platter, cooling banks contain Italian cheeses and fresh mozzarella as well as some packaged salome and olives. The store now sells frozen items such as fish and ravioli.

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A view of the fields at Snug’s Heritage Farm, Livingston (Courtesy of Ezra Basaco)


1000 Richmond ter. , Livingston

Season Closing: Saturday 19 November is the last day

Peppers, beets, herbs, flowers and more. The market is located on the site of the compost display and operates on Thursdays from 3 pm to 6 pm until October 13. The Saturday Market on Gazebo Road is open until November 19 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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Dan Turrison and Laurie Churchill at Rabbits Run Farm in St. George’s Greenmarket (Staten Island Advance/Pamela Silvestri)

Street. George Green Market

It is located at the top of Hyatt Street on St. Marks Place, behind St. George’s Theatre

hours: From 8 am to 2 pm

Not closed for season, open on Saturdays, rainy or sunny all year round. Check out StatenEats Instagram for shutdowns on inclement weather days.

Fertilizer is accepted from 8 am to noon

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The Staten Island family farm harvests from the historic Decker Ranch. (Staten Island Advance / Pamela Silvestri)

Producers during the fall:

American Pride Seafood Wild caught fish and shellfish from Long Island

Family farm F & G Fruits and vegetables from Orange County, New York

Francesca’s bakery – Apple donuts, bagels, biscuits, pound cakes, rougelach, pizza and more from Passaic County, NJ

Jersey farm production – Vegetables, herbs, stone core fruits, flowers, eucalyptus, bay leaf and apples from Hunterdon County, NJ

Rabbit farm run Award-winning organic meats, produce and goats’ cheeses as well as handmade soaps and candles. Also note fall lettuce, broccoli, spinach, and a variety of root crops such as radishes, turnips, beets, and kohlrabi—all from Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

Staten Island Family Farm – Pumpkin, squash, tomato, cilantro, pepper, papallo, and herbs from Decker Farm, New Springville

Stoney Mountain Farm Grass-fed Piedmont beef from Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

Payments accepted: Cash, SNAP/EBT, Debit/Credit, Healthfirst OTC cards (LIP and CC members only), WIC and FMNP Senior Coupons, Greenmarket Bucks accepted. Spend $2 in SNAP/EBT/P-EBT, and get an additional $2 Health Buck bonus, up to $10 per day.

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Lettuce in boxes at Greenmarket Staten Island Mall. (Staten Island Advance / Pamela Silvestri)

Green Market at Staten Island Mall

2655 Richmond Street, New Springville, next to the Ring Road near Marsh Street in the Mall

hours: From 8 am to 2 pm

Closes for the season: The last day is Saturday 19 November

The compost is taken from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Producers through November:

Back to the farm of the future Milk, yogurt, cheese, poultry, and eggs from Orange County, New York

Family farm F & G Vegetables from Orange County, New York

Francesca’s bakery Bread and baked goods from Passaic County, NJ

halal pasture farm Vegetables, eggs and honey from Orange County, New York

R & G . production Vegetables from Orange County, New York

Conklin orchards – Orchard fruits, plants and baked goods from Rockland County, New York

Payment: Cash, SNAP/EBT, Debit/Credit, accept WIC and FMNP Senior Coupons as well as Health Bucks.

Pamela Silvestri is the Advanced Food Editor. It can be accessed at [email protected].

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Fresh cut beets from the ground at Heritage Farm (Staten Island Advance/Pamela Silvestri)

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