Locally grown food is tastier, healthier, better for Earth, and better for farm families!
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FARMERS MARKET AT THE DEPOT
What can you find at the market?
Depending on the season:
Strawberries, Blackberries, Blueberries, lettuce, cucumbers, beans, beets, broccoli, cauliflower, sweet corn, watermelons, squash, zucchini, tomatoes, peppers, herbs, pastured chickens and eggs, beef, pastured pork, lamb, sausage, brats, flowers and plants, jams, local wines, honey, sorghum, and much more!
The Farmers Market at the Depot is a project of
the City of Springfield with the following partners:
Washington County Fiscal Court
Washington County Extension Office
Washington County Health Department
New Pioneers for a Sustainable Future
and growers and producers of Washington and surrounding counties
Members of the Farmers Market Committee (appointed by Mayor Cecconi):
Dennis Morgeson, Chair
All products sold at the market are grown or made in Washington or an adjacent county.
To register to become a market vendor, contact New Pioneers.
2013 Season Fee is $50.00.
Have a skill or interest related to sustainable living that you'd volunteer to demonstrate at Farmers Market? Sign up for a Saturday morning program!
Farmer's Market Jamboree 2010 Photos