Who we are.
We are a community of vendors, shoppers, musicians and friends.
Our mission is to build a future in which Schenectady Greenmarket is an integral part of downtown’s cultural landscape, connecting farm and city to create a responsible, sustainable food system.
Established in 2008
Since 2008, the Schenectady Greenmarket has been a place to buy fresh local produce and artisan goods in a festive community atmosphere. The market includes over 60 diverse vendors and offers our shoppers the best of local produce, prepared foods, and crafts.
Every week, vendors donate bushels of beautiful, fresh produce, artisan bread and eggs to Schenectady Inner City Ministry Food Pantry, City Mission, Safe House, Booth Home, and the Salvation Army with the help of volunteers from Capital Roots' Squash Hunger Program.
Recreate Schenectady as a sustainable, livable city
Encourage local eating
Support the local economy
Preserve farms and farmland
Develop a strong city center
Reduce our environmental impact
Connect farm and city in a meaningful way
Create a responsible, sustainable food tradition
Individuals - thank you!
Jay Street Business Association
City of Schenectady
Downtown Schenectady Improvement Corporation
SUNY Albany School of Business
Community organizations such as Roots & Wisdom, ECOS, the Environmental Clearinghouse of Schenectady and the Stockade Association