A Bounty Of Local Fresh Produce in Little Falls, Minnesota!
We are looking for special people who want to set up a table at the market and share their abundance of home grown fruits and/or vegetables, homemade items and crafts or wonderful baked goodies with the people of Little Falls and surrounding communities.
Our market has a membership meeting once a year. We elect the board of directors and the president. All members present at the yearly meeting have voting rights and get to help make decisions in how the market is run. If you wish to join us or just want additional information we would be pleased to hear from you!
Or find us on Facebook.com/Little Falls Farmers Market
We Grow What We Sell!
The 2018 Market will be opening on Saturday, May 5th weather permitting.
The Boys and Girls Club is allowing the market to share their parking lot on Wednesday and Saturday mornings 7 to 12 p.m. Directions to our location is provided on the Contact & Vendor application page.
The Little Falls Farmer's Market takes pride in bringing you locally grown vegetables, fruits, flowers, plants, soaps, honey, canned goods, breads and eggs sold by the farmers that produce them. While you are purchasing your fresh vegetables and fruits take time to chat with our knowledgeable vendors about growing practices, crop seasons and even cooking tips. Shopping at the market is an enjoyable activity that brings the community together for food and friendship.
In brief, you should know the following about us: our farmer's market was established in 1885 and sold live pigs and chickens, Christmas trees and whatever else the farmer could find to sell. While we no longer sell livestock, we have been responsible for providing fresh and organically grown home grown fruits and vegetables ever since. Our friendly vendors also sell homemade soaps, body lotions, yarn, baked goods such as pies, breads and cookies, jams and jellies and other items. Our regular customers particularly value the opportunity to visit with our outstanding and knowledgeable vendors and other customers. Our vendors enjoy the opportunity to talk to our customers about how our products are produced and answer questions about your own gardens.