Oneida County Public Market prepares for the end of summer


UTICA, N.Y. (WKTV) - The third year of operation for the Oneida County Public Market is in full swing, and with Labor day weekend upon us, it's the perfect time to buy certain crops.

With the summer winding down, it is now late in the harvesting season, meaning that it is prime time pickings for crops such as broccoli, cauliflower, beets, and more.

The Oneida County Public Market provides a place for vendors from all across the region to sell their crops, every saturday, before the harvest season ends. This year, the Market is experiencing a promising spike in attendance.

The Market will continue to operate on Saturdays until the end of October, and then in moves inside the train station for the winter, where between January and April, it will only be open once a month.

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