Farmers Market

Farmers Market flyer - June 13th version (2)
  • Every Sunday throughout the summer Harbor Harvest presents a Farmers Market in Steppingstone Park/Marina from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

  • The Farmers Market includes local Long Island & Connecticut farm produce, meats and fish sold and served at each vendors table.

  • Live music, lawn games, picnicking plus kayak and pedal boat rentals available. 

  • COVID and CDC requirements will be followed and maintained.

  • Park Pass required, guests permitted with Park Pass holder.

Lighthouse with boat

Stepping Stone Lighthouse Tours

  •  During the Sunday Farmers Market, boat tours of the Stepping Stone Lighthouse will be conducted by Harbor Harvest aboard The Hybrid Captain Ben Moore.

  • The tour passes Kings Point's U. S. Merchant Marine Academy and circles the Stepping Stone Lighthouse. An announced commentary/history of the Lighthouse will be provided during the tour.

  • The 1 hr. tour will be conducted 3 times daily.

  •  Delicious food items from the market will be offered and served on board.

  •  The Hybrid Captain Ben Moore is the first hybrid electric cargo vessel built in the United States operating without emissions or environmental impact.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED, 49 ENROLLMENTS MAX, $10/PERSON

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Photo of Boat - Habor Harvest

The Hybrid Captain Ben Moore

carrying 49 passengers - USCG certified

Learn more here

Market Pictures

VENDOR LIST

Mushrooms NYC - Produce
Sag Harbor Honey - Artisan Product
KK The Farm - Produce
Yennicott Oysters - Meats
Halesite Habanero - Artisan Product
Millstone Farms - Produce
Weed Farm - Produce
Birch Den Candles - Crafts
Manny’s Bloody Mary - Artisan Product
Angela’s Handmade Quilt Shop - Crafts
Stacy's Bliss Gluten Free Baked Goods - Bakery
Fossil Farm Meats - Meats
Hormans Best Pickles - Artisan Product
Six Harbors Brewing - Beer
Gorilla Coffee - Artisan Product
Porchside Bakery - Bakery
Raspberry Ridge Farm - Produce
Blondies Not So Simple Syrup - Artisan Product
Millies Wicked Wicks - Crafts
Davids Micro Greens - Produce
Pia’s Italy - Artisan Product
Dawkin Doodle - Crafts
Bambino Ravioli - Artisan Product
K-9 Brothers - Artisan Product
Imperial Empanadas - Cooked Food

SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS ON EACH VENDOR AND LINKS TO THEIR WEBSITES

Mushrooms NYC
www.mushrooms.nyc

Organic mushrooms are the best alternative to healthy organic meat – especially the varieties we grow which are rich in complete proteins and B vitamins. They are packed with other essential vitamins, compounds and minerals that support healthy individuals. Mushrooms are full of unique flavors and textures, are easy and quick to prepare. We took on this farm as we saw it’s amazing potential as a great asset for the city, for food security and for general health. We are family owned and run by a collective of long time friends who came together through their passion in urban farming and sustainability.

Mushrooms_NYC

KK The Farm
kkthefarm.com

KK’s The Farm is a fantastic, family-owned organic and biodynamic farm that pickles, sauces, and jars their produce to ensure that they taste farm-fresh beyond the summer picks of heirloom plants, flowers, and produce. The farm is owned by Ira Haspel who has planted over two thousand tomato plants including twenty-five different species in the greenhouses and fields at the biodynamic farm.

kk the farm

Sag Harbor Honey
www.sagharborhoney.com

At Sag Harbor Honey we are more than beekeepers, and what we do, is about more than honey. We are passionate about honeybees and creating a habitat in which they can thrive.
What once started as humble beginnings on a balcony in Queens, has now become 15 acres on the east end of Long Island. We know that without the bees we would not have a healthy environment or a vibrant community.

sah harbor honey

Montauk Pearl Oysters
www.montaukpearloysters.com

What happens when a fisherman and a marine biologist come together with one shared bivalve vision? The Montauk Pearl is one of our all-time favorite oysters, with impeccably polished shells and pure, briny flavors that capture the heart of the ocean. They hail from the easternmost reaches of Long Island, and the proximity to the Atlantic gives them plenty of briny liquor, which hugs a dense, rounded meat. The end result is oysters that are beautiful inside and out, a true “kiss from the sea.”

Montauk Pearl Oysters

Yennicott Oysters
www.yennicottoysters.com

Yennicott Oysters was founder in 2013 by a 10th generation Long Island family with a kinship to the sea. Keeping the traditional alive we sustainably farm in Shelter Island Sound & Peconic Bay.
Each year we source seed oysters measuring 2-4mm from reputable hatcheries. At our nursery we diligently care for them as they grow in our aquaculture system. Once they get to optimal size + shell development we relay them to the oyster grounds. For the next year they feed on the nutrients of the fresh seawater, capturing the essence of the region.

Yennicott Oysters

Halesite Habanero
www.halesitehabanero.com

Halesite Habanero began as a homemade hot sauce in Rob & Laura's Halesite, NY kitchen circa 2010. Rob put a lot of love into those batches, and so they originally called it "Rob-aneros", after the chef. It quickly became a hit with friends & family and empty bottles were constantly returned with requests for more. A decade of Rob's perfectionism and Laura's clean eating standards later, and Halesite Habanero was ready for the shelf!
The food quality standards that are upheld in their home are the foundation of the sauce. Rob & Laura are determined to keep the recipe as close to nature & perfection as humanly possible.
Only 8 simple, healthful ingredients that create a hearty garlic-lime-habanero flavor balanced with the pepper’s natural heat.

Halesite Habanero

Millstone Farms
www.millstonefarm.org

Millstone Farm is a private, family-owned farm focused on regenerative farming, educational opportunities and innovative technologies that improve the health of our community, our animals and our land.

By engaging in community supported agriculture and building collaborative partnerships with local restaurants and markets, Millstone Farm works to nourish the relationships that support our community in Wilton, Connecticut.

Millstone Farms

Weed Farm
www.weedfarm.com

Only one mile from downtown New Canaan, Weed Farm is a privately owned botanical garden and plant grower, sitting on over 30 wooded acres. In addition to supplying specimen shrubs, ornamental trees, and perennials for area landscape projects, we also provide farm-to-table organic vegetables, mushrooms, honey, fruit and micro-greens.

weed farm

Copps Island Oysters
www.coppsislandoysters.com

We are a family of oystermen since the 1940s and operate one of the last standing traditional oyster farms in the United States. Norm Bloom and Son is a fourth generation family-owned farm that provides a high quality, consistent and sustainable product to our customers nationwide. With a fleet of fifteen boats and a dedicated crew, we harvest year round from the deep, cold, and nutrient-rich waters along the coast of Connecticut. Oystering is our passion and we take pride in what we do!

Fisher Island Oysters