Shop Local, Eat Local, Spend Local, Enjoy Local. Welcome to the only Farmers Market open 7 days a week, located right here in Sandy. To us, supporting our local farmers is one of the most important things to do. Going to a box store to get your produce might be easier, but once you taste local you will understand why it’s better. Come see us! We get in fresh picked produce from different farmers around Utah every. single. day. and on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays we serve fresh tamales, bbq corn, hot dogs, and snow cones.
This is the best nursery in the valley. I have been shopping there since Alex opened his doors. It gets bigger and better every year. I’m so grateful to have this wonderful garden center just a mile from my home.
Beautiful flowers, corn is to die for! Good customer service. Friendly. Free grilled corn on Tuesday
Vicki Wiser Speer,
A great little Farmer’s market open on weekdays. Just what I was wishing for! Besides local produce, they have an interesting selection of other locally made products. And they are located right on State Street so are easy to get to.
Many refugees and other New Americans come to the U.S. with backgrounds in agriculture. New Roots, a farmer training and food access initiative of the International Rescue Committee in Salt Lake City, provides these communities with a way to reconnect with land, grow culturally appropriate vegetables, and leverage their farming skills to earn supplemental income.
New Roots farmers earn income through produce sales to local schools, restaurants and Whole Foods Markets in Utah. They also operate three workplace CSA’s, delivering vegetable shares to employees of partnering businesses. New Roots founded and continues to operate and sell at the Sunnyvale Farmers Market and new for 2019, New Roots Farmers Market at Central Park.
New Roots farmers grow a number of crops familiar to the American palate, including Beets, Carrots, Heirloom Slicing Tomatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Spinach, Kale, Spring Mix, a variety of Peppers, and Eggplant. Additionally, they grow speciality ethnic crops like African Eggplant, Aleppo Peppers, Amaranth Greens, Molokhia (Egyptian Spinach), Thai Chili Peppers, Tatume Squash, and long beans, among others.
All proceeds from sales go to the program’s 35+ farmers who originate from Sudan, Burma, Bhutan, Chad, Somalia, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The farmers collectively manage 15 acres of leased land spread throughout Salt Lake County.
Farmers Market Ogden is the place to shop local foods, produce, arts and artisan goods all summer long! Join us on Historic 25th Street, Saturdays end of June to mid September from 9 am to 2 pm. We have 200+ local vendors joining us this season. With more produce than ever before, you’re sure to find everything you ever wanted – and more! Take advantage of the bicycle valet located at 25th Street and Grant Avenue, park in the public parking areas adjacent to 25th Street, ride the train, or walk. There’s no wrong way to get here! Each week features local talent on the main stage and on-street throughout. Also, be sure to check out the community activity zones for family fun all summer long. Each week is something new! Please note, the market has an all new website and social under the name “Farmers Market Ogden.”
OGDEN FARMERS MARKET
Historic 25th Street
Farmers Market Ogden runs every Saturday, June 24th to September 16th.
Hands down the best farmers market ever.. Customers were saying good things all day how wonderful, open, great and loved all the new vendors as there being more this year. Layout fantastic and the music amazing, the new activities on point..
Wonderful vendors and a fantastic vibe! Great place to spend your Saturday mornings!
What a wonderful opportunity to meet and see new people! Amazing selection of products and home grown fruit and vegetables!
The People’s Market is a farmers market and more, with a friendly, inviting atmosphere and educational and community opportunities through kids art activities, cooking demonstrations and information on health and nutrition resources.
Visit with our local artisans, enjoy fresh prepared food, purchase some of the best produce to be found locally, and enjoy the live performances by local musicians. We also promote the talented youth of the community to come learn arts and crafts, sell items that they have made themselves, or even perform musically during open mic sessions at the market.
1060 South 900 West
SALT LAKE CITY, UT
June – October
10am to 2pm
I grew up and played a lot at this park! I’m very happy to see it being used for something so supportive to the community and I love the fact that all the neighbors around are able to buy fresh food for their families! Awesome Farmers Market : )
A great little market. Very relaxed in a beautiful park. Great vendors and great music. If you haven’t been there, then you have missed a real treat.
Great little farmers market! Will be back this year vending my soaps and stuff!!
Runs every Wednesday, July – August from 5 – 8 pm.
The Sugar House Farmers Market has something for everyone. Complete your mid-week shopping with fresh local produce, meat and endless artisan foods to stock the pantry. We believe in “growing farmers,” and we are proud to introduce small and emerging urban farms to the community.
Join us each Wednesday evening at Fairmont Park, one of Sugar House’s hidden gems, where you can enjoy fresh local produce, unique and delicious foods or find that amazing artisan craft you’ve always been looking for. Relax to the sweet sounds of local musicians or drop by the pond to feed the ducks.
Tagge’s Famous Fruit and Veggie Farms is a grower of local fresh fruits and vegetables and maker of quality jams, jellies and salsas. Famous for our local fresh taste, we own farms and orchards along the Wasatch Front, offering some of the best produce Utah has to offer.
Our farm-fresh products are a staple in many households. You can enjoy farm-fresh products in our Community Sponsored Agriculture (CSA) program. Our CSA Tagge Box is a weekly distribution of our finest seasonal fruits and vegetables. From July to October, a selection of locally-grown fruits and vegetables are packed in a box that can be delivered to your home or picked up at a Tagge’s location.
You can even add half bushel boxes of produce to your order, or add on local honey, farm-fresh eggs, and our homemade salsa and jam. Taste the freshness at Tagge’s fruit stands and various farmers markets along the Wasatch Front.
The University of Utah Farmers Market links local growers and artisans with the campus community and provides access to fresh, healthy, local produce and unique arts and crafts. The market operates from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursdays during the first session of fall semester.
Located on Tanner Plaza , west of the Student Union, we offer more than 35 vendors with fresh food options for students, faculty and the community. Choose from seasonal produce, local prepared food products, ready-to-eat foods, arts and crafts.
The Utah State University Student Organic farm provides an opportunity for students to learn all aspects of running a successful certified-organic market garden and CSA (community supported agriculture) program.
Our CSA shares come in two sizes: full and half. Half shares provide enough veggies for two to three people. Full shares feed approximately four to six people. Shareholders receive produce weekly beginning May through September—averaging 20 weeks of locally grown, organic produce.
Reap the benefits of our fruitful harvest on the USU campus every Wednesday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the Taggart Student Center plaza. We also sell starts for your own garden as early as mid-April.
The Youth Garden Project has a mission to cultivate healthy children, families, and community through educational programs and the profound act of connecting people with food from seed to table. Using our one-and-a-half acre garden as a classroom, we offer programs for youth and adults that engage participants in science, math, and life lessons.
Youth Garden Project produce and value goods are sold at the Moab Farmers’ Market, directly to restaurants, at Moonflower Market Coop, and Village Market. Additionally, YGP has a 15-member CSA program that runs for 20 weeks each season. Some of the YGP produce is also sold to the local high school for their school lunch program.