The University Community Farmers Market began in 2007 as a community event to bring fresh produce and market goods and support local business in the neighborhood. Each year more vendors and events are added to make the market an enjoyable community gathering place for all.
This market is a collaboration between the University at Buffalo, the surrounding South Campus neighborhoods and local organizations to promote wellness and community sustainability through the availability of fresh produce and locally grown food while promoting local entrepreneurs.
Join us for the ninth year of the market, June 6, 2015!
University Community Farmers Market 2015 Information
Dates: Saturdays, beginning June 6, held rain or shine
Time: 8:00AM – 1:00PM
Location: We are back to our old location at Main Street and Kenmore Avenue.
Parking is available behind the market at UB’s Allen Hall parking lot.
Help get the word out about the market by downloading our poster and hanging it up at your office, church, coffee shop, etc.
Become A Vendor
Interested in becoming a vendor at the University Community Farmers Market?
Community members are welcome to join the market planning committee and volunteer at the market. For more information about the University Community Farmers Market, contact:
Interim Market Manager
University Community Farmers Market
University at Buffalo,
Office of Community Relations
109 Allen Hall
Buffalo, NY 14214
phone: (716) 829-3524
fax: (716) 829-3912
Donations to the University Community Farmers Market are greatly appreciated and can be made online, via postal mail or in person. Postal mailing address is: University Heights Collaborative Inc, 5 W. Northrup Place, Buffalo, NY 14214. Please make checks payable to the University Heights Collaborative and put “Farmers Market” or “UCFM” in the memo. For donating online, we are registered with Network for Good and PayPal. Thank you for your support!
The University Community Farmers Market is a program of the University Heights Collaborative, which is a non-profit organization pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code. Therefore, your donation may qualify for an income tax deduction in accordance with Federal and/or State income tax laws. Please consult with your tax advisor to determine whether your donation is tax deductible in whole or in part.
Farmers Market News
The 2015 Season of the Farmers Market is set to take place on Saturdays from 8AM to 1PM May 16 – October 17 on the University at Buffalo South Campus ~ Main Street at Kenmore Ave Buffalo, NY. The Market is looking for new vendors! Fill out this form if you are interested in being […]