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Jaffee, Farm To Table Advocates At Farmer’s Market

Each week the Nyack Winter Farmer’s Market features farm produce, baked goods, wine & cheese and other culinary delights. On Thu Feb 7 there will be a few additional attractions on the menu, including a nutritionist, a NYS Assemblywoman, a mayor and several farm-to-table advocates.

Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee (D-Rockland) will be on hand at the Farmer’s Market on Thurs to announce her appointment as Chair of the New York State Assembly Task Force on Food, Farm and Nutrition Policy at the Nyack Center at 11a. Joining Jaffe will be Nyack Mayor Jen White, Rockland Farm Alliance President John McDowell, food policy expert and author Joan Dye Gussow and cookbook author and culinary educator Julia Della Croce.

To show her commitment to programs that nourish children, families, and communities, especially those that are underserved, with healthy, safe with sustainable locally grown food, Jaffee has also invited:

  • Marion Oswald-Breland, Director, Haverstraw Center
  • Jane Brown, Executive Director, Childcare Resources of Rockland
  • Michelle Kleinman, Public Health Nutritionist, Rockland County Department of Health, Division of Health Promotion and Education
  • Nathan Mungin, Executive Director, Martin Luther King, Multi-Purpose Center
  • Diane Rivera, Executive Director , West Street Childcare Learning Center
  • Ouida Toutebon, Executive Director, Headstart of Rockland
  • Paul Trader, Executive Director, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rockland

The Nyack Center is located at located at the corner of Depew and South Broadway in Nyack, NY.


Nyack Farmer's Market


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