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Salomon Farmers' Market

The Old Barn at Salomon Farm Park
817 W. Dupont Rd.

June 8-September 7
Wednesdays, 4-7 pm  

Did you know that grocery store food has to travel an average of 1500 miles to get to you? Not so at the Salomon Farmers’ Market! Our vendors produce their goods within a 75 mile radius of Salomon Farm Park. Our produce vendors are required to grow their own fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs and we strive to find vendors who embrace sustainable and organic growing practices. The market also features baked goods, honey, maple syrup, handmade crafts and children’s activities. Anyone interested in vending, sponsoring a free children’s activity or providing musical entertainment or an educational program related to healthy food and living, please call Karla Yauchler at 260.427.6005. 

Farmers Market

Vendor Rules & Applications NOW available:

2016 Salomon Farmers' Market Rules
2016 Salomon Farmers' Market Vendor Application

For additional questions please  call  260.427.6008   




Entertainment Schedule

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Connect with Food
Our goal is to connect you with your food and the people responsible for growing it. Shopping for your food doesn’t have to be a hectic headache at the grocery store with crowded aisles, slow check-out lanes and tasteless produce. It can be a relaxing family outing where you learn something new about the food you’re eating.

The farmers and gardeners love nothing better than to talk about what they grow and how they grow it. They also have the best tips for how to cook the food – or how to eliminate those pesky little caterpillars before consuming your broccoli. The produce guy at the grocery store doesn’t share recipes, planting/gardening advice or tips for cleaning your food – take advantage of the opportunity!


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