Open and prioritizing safety
Access to food is a right. Agriculture is essential for a safe and reliable food supply. Our local food system is more important than ever.
Farmers markets across our state have been deemed essential, and the North Square Farmers Market opens Saturday, May 23. It's the mission of our market to create the lowest risk environment possible to support local businesses and access to the highest quality food around.
Low risk is achieved by limiting customer's time and exposure to each other at market. Our market will look different for the foreseeable future. We take this responsibility seriously and will err on the side of safety.
We know how essential it is to promote our local businesses, support our small farms, and secure our local food system with our community purchasing power. Join us!
2 ways to shop during Covid-19
Wednesday of each week - we will share links to the online stores of the vendors that will be at market on Saturday. Sign up to our email list now to get that info sent straight to your inbox.
Then contact vendors directly to shop for your local produce, meat, eggs, cheese, flowers, mushrooms, and wine. Pay online.
On Saturday - You can walk in to market to the individual vendor's stands to pick up your orders. Or, if you prefer, we offer curbside pickup and will bring your orders to you. Find more details here.
Saturdays - Shop in our open air farmers market with safety practices, physical distancing, a lots of available hand sanitizer and hand washing stations.
Buy food direct from the people who grow it, with as few miles and as few hands in between.
Please help us and support our vendors who don't have online sales platforms. We want all our local vendors to succeed!
Market will look different. Please review our list of safety practices to know what to expect.