Contact: Kathleen & Tom Mielke
Address: 32843 Macomb Settlement Rd, Clatyon 13624
Phone: (315) 649-5608
A Family owned greenhouse with 50 years of combined experince, specializing in bedding plants for both flower beds, vegetable gardens, and hanging baskets. During the spring and fall season you can find them at the Monday and Saturday Farmers Markets with a varety of vegetables and local fruits. In the fall, they retail and wholesale mums. Macomb Settlement Nurseries is open to public in the spring 9am - 6pm 7 days a week, and in the summer/fall season Sat. noon - 6pm. To get to their nursery take State Rt 12, Bradley Street, to Depauville, about 14 miles from Watertown. Look for the greenhouse on the right-hand side of the road just before entering the village of Clayton.
Contact: Janet Schrader
Address: 22657 Williams Rd., Rodman, NY 13682
Phone: (315) 232-3786
The Schrader Farm is mainly a sheep farm with 40 Romney ewes (most are registered) and various number of lambs, depending on the time of year. Lambs are sold for pets, 4-H projects, starter flocks, breeding, and for meat. Janet takes orders for freezer lambs for the fall and winter.
The vegetable portion of the farm consists of a large garden. Vegetables are grown for the Miracles by the Acre CSA and for the family's use. Call for tours and larger quanties of vegetables for canning or freezing.
Contact: Tina Steiner
Address: 18176 Co. Rt. 156 - Plank Road, Watertown, NY13601
Phone: (315) 788-7292
The Steiner family participates in the Monday Neighborhood Farmers market and also owns the Burrville Cider Mill. At the Cider Mill they sell cider, doughnuts, fudge, apples, pears, and local foods from Labor Day through Thanksgiving. The Steiner’s also sell veggies, herbs, and flowers, as well as cider when it’s in season at the Monday market. Their garden this year was planted completely ‘green’, so to speak. They, instead of using a rototiller this year, used their pigs. The pigs will rut up one row and then will be moved on to the next row. It's very easy and also completely green. No chemicals what-so-ever are going into their garden.
To get to the Mill from Watertown: Take State Rd. 12 south towards Lowville. Five minutes out of Watertown in Burrville, turn right on Rt. 156 (Plank Road). Look for the store on your left as you start up the hill. The Cider Mill is open to public during the season 7 days a week from 9am - 8pm after Labor Day. Free tours are available all season. Larger quantities of fruits and vegetables are available upon request.
Contact: Tom and Delta Keeney
Address: 17025 Co Rt 68, Watertown, NY 13601
Phone: (315) 788-1933
Tom and Delta's garden spans approximately 8 acres, offering a wide variety of fresh vegetables as well as strawberries, flowers, raspberries, blackberries, plums, and apples. They also grow a variety of other fruits that they use to make jams and jellies. Delta and Tom raise Angus steers and offer USDA inspected beef, packaged in meal-sized portions. Pies, cakes, and cookies are available by special order. Tole painted gift items also for sale. Their road side stand is open 7 days a week from 8 a.m. until dark mid June until Halloween.
Directions to the farmstand: Take State Rt. 12 south from Watertown. In Burrville turn right onto Plank Road. Go approximately 1 mile past the Burrville Cider Mill, then turn right on Zoar Road. Their farm is the second house on the right. Open July-Oct. Tours available by appointment. You can find Delta at the Monday Neighborhood Farmer's Market and the Wednesday and Thurday mobile markets.
July 21st will be the opening of The Milk House gift shop.
Frink Park, Clayton
4:00 - 8:00 pm
June 24 - September 16
Village Green, Cape Vincent
8:00 am - 2:00 pm
June 26 - October 9
Kinney Drugs - Rte 12 Alexandria Bay
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
May 28 - September 24
Stone Mills Agricultural Museum, LaFargeville
4:00 - 8:00 pm
June 15 - September 28
Multipurpose Use Pavilion Carthage
7:00 am - 2:00 pm
May 28 - October 29