At the Adams County Farmers’ Market Association (ACFMA), we believe that access to locally grown food should not be determined by income. When you support our organization you help lower economic barriers for those in need, ensuring that every family can fill their market basket with the same healthy, fresh foods as those we feed our families.
Farmers markets are a vital part of our agribusiness and food system fabric:• they support agricultural producers that help drive the… Read more
? Peaches now available at the Adams County Farmer’s Market! Stop by Thursday (2-6 pm) & Saturday (8 am-1 pm) at the Transit Center in Gettysburg (103 Carlisle Street) to get fresh peaches! ?
Did you know? Peaches are considered an early summer fruit with some varieties available in June. These varieties are generally of the cling varieties. July brings the most flavorful peaches such as Sunhighs, Red Havens and Georgia Belles. In August we find the Blakes, Monroes and… Read more
The Adams County Farmer’s Market (ACFMA) and the Adams County Food Policy Council team up once again to “Raise the Dough” for Healthy Options.
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In its sixth season, Healthy Options enables families who experience food insecurity, yet are ineligible for federal food assistance programs, to access fresh and local foods at the Adams County Farm Fresh Markets.
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The following is an excerpt from our ACFMA Gettysburg Times January, 2016 monthly column.
The Adams County Farmers’ Market Association is excited to announce that this May we will open a new Thursday afternoon farmers
market on the Gettysburg Square. For the past few years we have operated a market on Steinwehr Ave., but due to scheduled construction we needed to find a new location for 2016. We are excited both for the new transformation of Steinwehr Ave. and this… Read more
Main entrance at 405 Boyer Nursery Road, Biglerville, PA
It all began in 1900 when a man envisioned selling quality fruit to local farmers. W.W. Boyer, the visionary behind Boyer Nurseries and Orchards, Inc., started with the idea of giving neighboring farms easy access to many varieties of apple trees for planting in their own orchards. To this day, Boyer still grows fruit trees for commercial growers and home-owners. These trees are typically picked-up or shipped in the spring. The… Read more