Greens4Greens Nutrition Incentive Program

Greens4Greens is a food benefit incentive program, unique to the Beacon Farmers' Market that began in 2016. Eligible state funded food benefits are matched dollar for dollar through Greens4Greens, making the farmer's market more accessible to a wider base of consumers. The program has been completely community funded through contributions made by local businesses as well as the annual 'Soup4Greens' and 'G4G Summer Potluck' events. Increased community funding in 2017 allowed for the program to run throughout the winter market season, providing $4 Greens4Greens checks to those that demonstrated need all year long. Food insecure customers feel good knowing that their farmers’ market encourages the use of their food benefits and that their weekly produce shopping benefits local farmers.

You can make a contribution to the Greens4Greens Program all year long:


Additional Support

Take-away containers provided by Key Food Marketplace & Quinn's Rest & Rant

Tunes by Market Troubadour Ian Moore

The Community Art Project hosted by Compass Arts will be on display with our partners at StoryScreen Theater | 445 Main Street, Beacon, NY 12508.

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2019 Soup4Greens Event

Soup4Greens 2019 was a great success, raising nearly $2,500 in support of food access! Thank you to everyone who came out to support this valuable community program.

:: Special Thanks ::


Green Teens Beacon of Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County

Virginia Piazza Pottery

Compass Arts

Community Cooking Day Supporters

Rev. Ben Larson-Wolbrink and Gretchen Brokaw of First Presbyterian Church

Beth Poague | Brian P.J. Cronin| BTweens & Paloma Wake |Eggberts Free Range Farm | Jessica Jeliffe | Nerds with Knives | Shane Prosser Rhodes

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Generously provided by Trax Coffee Roasters throughout the remaining Indoor Season!

Pottery Supporters

Beth Bolgla | Chris Sanders | Garrison Art Center Pottery Studio | Jessica Dubin | Liberty Valence | Lise Prown | Nancy Bauch | The Newburgh Pottery | Pat Tetlow | Peekskill Clay Studios | Virginia Piazza

Donations organized by event co-host Virginia Piazza