Bringing local food and artisanal goods to the Cornell University campus since 2010. Every Thursday on the Arts Quad from 11-2!


  • We're Hiring

    Join the FM@C Eboard and become part of a critical effort to connect our campus community with Ithaca area producers.


    Applications are due Tuesday, May 16th for the following positions (detailed position descriptions on the application)

  • About Us

    Our mission is to organize and plan a weekly Farmers' market on Cornell's campus that allows for students, faculty, staff and the local community to come together to purchase and enjoy local goods and products. The Farmers' Market at Cornell is working to bridge the Ithaca community and Cornell, while building a greater appreciation for food that is fresh and locally sourced.

    Having an on-campus farmers market transforms an element of the Cornell experience, providing students with closer ties to Ithaca and with an opportunity to purchase local, fresh foods. Ithaca is surrounded by farms and local foods enthusiasts, named one of America’s Foodiest Towns in 2010 by Bon Appétit, but Cornell students are somewhat disconnected from this movement.


    A Farmers' Market on campus allows students to interact with local citizens and business owners, which provides for a stronger relationship between Cornell students and the city of Ithaca. For local farmers, artisans and restaurant owners the market is an opportunity to sell their products to an untapped market: college students. No fresh foods markets exist in Collegetown, leaving car-less students without adequate access to healthy food. The Farmers’ Market at Cornell provides the opportunity to bridge the gap between farm and fork, encouraging students to think about and value their food.

  • FM@C's Vendors

    Our vendors are from both the Cornell and Ithaca community.  The Farmers' Market at Cornell hosts student groups as well as local farmers and food producers from the surrounding area.  Come to buy your produce and meats, grab a delicious pastry, or best of all come for lunch!

    Cornell Bread Club

    Cornell Bread Club makes some truly delicious breads!  Check out their Facebook and website to learn more (and see some beautiful photos of their bread).

    Dilmun Hill

    Dilmun Hill is a student-run farm that has been practicing sustainable agriculture on Cornell University's campus for more than a decade.  Their mission is to provide students, faculty, staff and community with opportunities for experiential learning, group collaboration and research.  Check out their Facebook and website to learn more.

    HoneyRock Farm

    HoneyRock Farm is a local honey business that makes some delicious honey with a purpose.  HoneyRock Farm is run by Bill and Sharon Hilker of Ithaca, NY.  Check out their Facebook and website to learn more.

    Iron Owl Kitchen

    The Iron Owl Kitchen is an independently owned small business in Ithaca, NY.  They use predominantly local and organic ingredients to create exciting and globally inspired dishes.  Come get their delicious Orchid Bowl, cold wheat noodles on a bed of baby greens, topped with a variety of fresh and quick pickled vegetables, homemade pickled beets, homemade soy pickled mushrooms, basil, mint, cilantro, chopped peanuts and a Vietnamese-style dressing.  Check out their website to learn more.

    Nook & Cranny Farm

    Nook & Cranny farm is a small scale, highly diverse and intensive vegetable farm growing on 3 acres near Slaterville.  They grow without the use of chemical pesticides or fertilizers and follow organic practices but are not certified organic.  Check out their Facebook and website to learn more.

    Sadya Snacks

    Bringing Indian Street Food to the Streets of Ithaca by celebrating the street food of India, primarily of Bombay and Delhi, as well as the omnipresent dosas of South India.  Check out their Facebook and website to learn more.

    WhaleCat Donuts

    WhaleCat Donuts uses local ingredients to create delicious donuts in a variety of flavors ands styles. Check out their Facebook and website to learn more.

    Cross Creek Farm

    Cross Creek Farm is a family owned and operated business, known for their handcrafted fruit butters made from local fruits. They also grow herbs on their farm, naturally and without pesticides, and sell them as tea at the market.

    Check out their Facebook and website to learn more.

    Knapp Farm

    Knapp Farm is a family-owned business dedicated to delivering the finest berry products. Their main planting is blueberry, where they use integrative pest management techniques and trickle-drip irrigation to optimize their yields. Their main products include jams, jellies, sauces, vinegars and tarts.


    Check out their Facebook and website to learn more.

    Society of Horticulture (SoHo)

    The Society of Horticulture is an organization lead by and for the graduate students of the horticulture department. SoHo sells many apple varieties from Cornell Orchards at the market.


    Check out their Facebook and website to learn more.

  • Interested in becoming a vendor?

    The Farmers' Market at Cornell is a producer only market, meaning a vendor may only sell food and/or goods that they themselves produced. If you fit within these criteria please contact us about becoming a vendor at FM@C!

  • Find Us!

    We are located on west side of the Ag Quad on Cornell campus.

  • Our Staff

    The Farmers' Market at Cornell is run by dedicated Cornell students.  

    Meet our staff below!

    Jason Chari '17

    Market Co-Managaer



    Hanna Reichel '17

    Market Co- Manager


    Emma Bankeir '19

    Vendor Co- Coordinator


    Claire Cekander '17

    Vendor Co- Coordinator


    Emily Parish '18

    Volunteer Coordinator


    Calvin Ng '18

    Analytics Chair


    Catherine Lan '18



    Sam Gomez '20

    Graphics Chair


    Zoe Friedberg '19

    Social Media Chair


  • Get Involved

    Interested in volunteering or receiving updates about our market?

    Join our list serve.

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  • FM@C Blog

    Check out our blog!

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