Community Food

This week at the Farmers’ Market (June 13th)

This week’s Linton Farmers’ Market will feature 10 vendors offering locally grown produce, handmade soaps, and a variety of baked goods.

The market will be located behind Humphreys Park in Linton and operate from 9am until 1pm.

Previous customers will notice some changes to the market layout and procedures as new guidelines have been created to manage the spread of germs and viruses. You can view a full list of those guidelines below.

To learn more about the Linton Farmers’ Market, visit their website or follow them on Facebook.

From the Linton Farmers’ Market:

Sunshine, produce, baked goods, handmade soap, Oh My!  Fresh tomatoes will be back!  Lettuce, and green beans, and potatoes, and broccoli, and cauliflower, and cucumbers, and so much more! 

Make sure you come early!

Meet you at the Market

This Week’s Vendors

  • Brick Hill Farm – lettuce, kale, chard, peas
  • Earth Song Farm– chemical free produce Four Flags Farm – maple syrup, mushrooms, breads, eggs, produce, herbs
  • Ginny’s Country Oven – a variety of baked goods, jams & jellies
  • Good Aura Homestead – honey, eggs, jams, soap
  • Shanty Iris – kombucha, breads, eggs, produce, soap
  • Spurlin Homestead – honey, eggs, herbal teas, rabbit meat, kimchi, spices
  • Wagler Family Farms – wide variety of produce and baked goods
  • Wagler’s Produce – wide variety of produce
  • We Made This – handmade soap and stain sticks

Customer Health & Safety Guidelines

  • Stay at home if you or someone in your home are sick.
  • Wash your hands prior to entering the market. A hand washing/sanitizing station will be available at the market entrance. We also encourage customers to wear a face mask.
  • Always maintain a 6-foot distance from others. Sidewalk chalk or tape will be used to delineate proper distances between customers and vendors, and to guide customers through the market.
  • Do NOT touch any produce or product. The vendor will hand your items to you.
  • Limit shoppers to one if possible. A second shopper may wait at the exit to help carry items or a pair of shoppers may separate to pick up items from multiple vendors more efficiently.
  • Limit socializing. Keep your visit short and do not linger, socialize, or congregate inside the market, so our vendors can serve as many customers as possible.
  • Wash all produce before eating.
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