Boonton Farmers’ Market
Upper Plane Street Parking Lot
973-257-9107; Karen Korinda
Open: Saturdays, June-Nov., 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
What’s Available: A variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, honey, pickles, baked goods, gourmet frozen foods and bread.
Chatham Borough Farmers’ Market
Railroad Plaza South off Fairmount Ave.
973-635-0674 ext. 200; Janice Piccolo
Open: Saturdays, June-Nov., 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., rain or shine.
What’s Available: Jersey Fresh conventional and organic fruits and vegetables, flowers, bath products, artisan chocolates and cheeses, dried fruits and nuts, eggs, fresh mozzarella, gourmet pickles and olives, herbal teas, homemade pasta, honey jams and jellies, Jersey Shore seafood, Jersey tomato sauces, Jersey-made wines, knife blade sharpening, locally prepared foods, pasture-raised meat and poultry, veggie burgers, stuffed breads, wool and wool products from alpaca and llama wool.
Chester Farmers’ Market
908-705-7968; Suzanne Aitken
Open: Sundays, June-Oct., 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
What’s Available: New Jersey produce, fruits and vegetables, gourmet baked goods, biscotti, delicious pastries and pies, fresh mozzarella, honey, Jersey wine, Jersey pickles, prepared foods, cut flowers, farm fresh eggs, herbs and naturally raised beef, pork, chicken and game, wool and wool products from alpaca and llama wool, salts, coffees, jams, locally prepared farm cheese. Prepared BBQ.
Denville Farmers’ Market
Bloomfield Avenue Parking Lot
201-417-2335; Liisi Lascarro
Open: Sundays, June-Nov., 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
What’s Available: A variety of fruits and vegetables, organic produce, pasture raised meat and poultry, eggs, flowers, locally baked goods, biscotti, cupcakes, fresh pasta, pickles, fish, honey and locally prepared foods.
East Hanover Farmers’ Market
609 Ridgedale Avenue, Lurker Park
973-428-3095; Linda Lurz
Open: Mondays, June-Oct., noon to 6 p.m.
What’s Available: A variety of fruits & vegetables.
Long Valley Green Market
20 Schooley’s Mountain Road
908-672-2458; Kate Munning or Leona Harrington
Open: Thursdays, April-Oct., 3 p.m to 7 p.m.
What’s Available: A variety of fruits and vegetables, local food and artisans, including produce, bread, meat, cheese, wine, coffee, jams, cupcakes, flowers, soap, BBQ sauce, herbs, photography, jewelry, pottery and more.
Madison Farmers’ Market
Downtown Madison at Waverly Place (until the end of September), Staples Plaza (in October)
973-593-8496; Jim Burnett
Open: Thursdays, June-Aug. (Waverly Place) and Aug.-Oct. (Green Village Road), 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
What’s Available: A variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers, kettle corn, pickles, olives, bread, baked goods, dried fruit, nuts, ravioli, sauces, goat’s milk soaps and lotions, prepared meals
Morris Plains Farmers’ Market
Speedwell Avenue, Parking lot across from Plaza Diner and Taylor’s consignment Shop – 700 block
973-267-1488; Sue McCluskey
Open: Saturdays, June-Oct., 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
What’s available: A variety of fruits and vegetables, honey, jams and jellies, flowers, artisan breads, croissants, scones, frozen beef, chicken and fish. chicken pot pies, fresh mozzarella cheese, bottled tomato sauce, pickles, pickled vegetables, olives, olive oil, stuffed grape leaves, pies, cakes, cookies, quiches, home made stuffed cabbage, pirogues, kielbasa, cabbage soup, nut beads, fresh cheeses and dairy.
Morristown Farmers’ Market
Lot #10, Spring and Morris Streets
973-455-1133; Morristown Partnership
Open: Sundays, June-Nov., 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
What’s available: A variety of fruits and vegetables, full bakery selection, local ingredient prepared foods, cheese, fish, poultry, honey, pickled products, cut and potted flowers and plants; live music, local businesses, cooking demonstrations and tastings; additional exhibits on second Sundays of July, August, September and October.
Summit Farmers Market
Park & Shop Lot No. 2, Maple Street at DeForest Avenue in downtown Summit
Open: Sundays, rain or shine, through Nov. 24, 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Free parking is available in adjacent parking lots and on the street for all visitors, and the market is a short walk from the Summit Train Station and bus stops.