Experience your food in a new way: directly from the source. The Co-op Farm Tour is a unique opportunity to explore the farms in your area, to connect with the families that bring fresh food to your table, and to inspire one another to support our local, sustainable food system. On July 14th over 30 local farms will open their gates and barn doors to the public to share in this experience with you. The tour is a self-guided event and free for anyone to attend. This year you’ll find live music, hayrides, food trucks, yoga in the field, craft beer, blueberry picking contests, disc golf, and more. Each farm offers unique activities and experiences – exploring this website and the tour guide will help you get the most of your day.
The 8th annual Co-op Farm Tour is brought to you by these local community-owned food co-ops who believe that supporting our local growers is vital to strengthening our community, environment, and local food system: Eastside Food Co-op, Harvest Moon Co-op, Valley Natural Foods, Just Food Co-op, Linden Hills Co-op, Lakewinds Food Co-op, Wedge Community Co-op, Mississippi Market Natural Foods Co-op, People’s Food Co-op, River Market Community Co-op, Seward Community Co-op, Saint Peter Food Co-op and Deli.
Take a tour of our family farm to see how we have been raising our free-range turkeys for three generations! Free hayride guided tours run every 30 minutes and are a great way to learn about turkeys, our farm, and where your food comes from. There are lots of activities for kids and an on-farm store featuring products over 100 local farmers and food makers. Less than 30 minutes from the Twin Cities, Ferndale Market is a great place to connect with local foods.
We hope to see you on the farm!
The St Peter Farmers Market will open for the season on Saturday, June 23. The market is held in the Food Co-op parking lot at the corner of Mulberry and Hwy 169. Market hours are Tuesdays 3-6 pm and Saturdays 8:30-noon. We feature fresh and local produce, canned goods, honey, flowers, and artisan craft goods. For more information call 507-304-3946 or email email@example.com
Please join us for our third week of the Urban Growler Farmers Market!
Join us to help celebrate our anniversary! Pick your own apples and fall rasp berries. Hayrides, concessions, large playground, straw mountain, retread hill, johnny combine and much more. Pre-picked fruit available. Honey, jam, jellies, cider, maple syrup, caramel apples, unbaked frozen apple pies and crisps, and other apple-time favorites. “The farm where memories are made”.
The Hillside Farmers Market opens June 19, 2018 and runs every Tuesday from 3 to 6 pm until October 16, 2018. Join us at the corner of 5th Ave E & 3rd St in Duluth for fresh and local produce, baked goods, bread, eggs, meat, and more!
We match SNAP customers 1:1 up to $15/market day when using an EBT card, and children ages 2 to 17 receive $4 for free every market day to spend on veggies through the Power of Produce Club.
Come to shop, stay for free rotating music, chef demos, and kids activities.
All are welcome!
The Lincoln Park Farmers Market kicks off on June 14th and continues every Thursday until October 18. Find fresh veggies, meat, eggs, bread, baked goods, canned goods, honey, herbs, mushrooms, and more!
We accept EBT cards and match SNAP customers 1:1 up to $15/market day, and children ages 2 to 17 receive $4 for free every market day to spend on veggies through the Power of Produce Club.
Come to shop, stay for rotating gardening workshops, potlucks, children’s crafts and activities, chef demos, and music.
Free and open to the public. All are welcome!
The University of Minnesota Bee Squad and Minnesota State Horticultural Society (MSHS) are joining forces to bring you a full day of programming centered on supporting the rusty-patched bumble bee, Bombus affinis, an endangered pollinator. Additional pollinators will be discussed as well. This event will bring together scientific experts, gardening professionals, artists, and policy makers to provide expert knowledge, practical solutions and a broad vision to make our part of the world a place where pollinators can thrive. Cost: $100, includes parking, catered Korean taco bar lunch, refreshments and snacks. Register through MSHS: www.northerngardener.org.
Registration deadline: Saturday, June 16
From our growers fields to you comes fresh, local, quality produce. The Vadnais Heights Farmers’ Market is brought to you by The St. Paul Growers Association. All of the produce is grown within 50 miles of St. Paul and is sold from the grower directly to customers. There are 30 selling spaces offering a variety of vegetables, fruit, flowers and value added items such as jams, jellies and bakery goods. We are located at 1155 E County Rd E in the parking lot of the Helene Houle Medical Center. Jun 20-Oct.17: Wed 2-6p.
The Gaylord Farmers Market is open for the season starting Wednesday, June 6 at 4 pm. Come to the market and stay for Music on Main. The music starts at 5 pm. The lineup for June is:
June 6 – The Porch Lights
June 13 – Kind Country
June 20 – Jim Brenner 40s, 50s, 60s Band
June 27 – Church of Cash
There will be no market or music on July 4