2016 Winter Fare Farmers’ Market
Saturday, February 6, 10am-1pm
Greenfield High School, 1 Lenox Ave, Greenfield, MA
(off of Silver Street)
What will be available at the Farmers’ Market? From apples to yams and lots in between: baked goods, cheese, cider, eggs, greens, honey, maple products, meat, preserves, pickles, root vegetables, squash, and more. The Winter Fare Farmers’ Market Soup Café, from 11 a.m. until we run out, will include soups featuring locally grown food.
The Greenfield Winter Farmers’ Market accepts credit cards and EBT/SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits. Double your money! CISA (Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture) will match the first $10 spent by SNAP users, so $10 SNAP gets you $20 of produce.
Greenfield Winter Fare Farmers Market At A Glance
- Saturday, Feb. 6, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- Greenfield High School, 1 Lenox Ave.
- Credit cards and EBT/SNAP benefits accepted
- Double your money! CISA (Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture) will match the first $10 spent by SNAP users, so $10 SNAP gets you $20 of produce
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact email@example.com
Winter Fare Soup Café, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.:
Offering delicious soups with local ingredients from TBA. Partial proceeds from soup sales support doubling SNAP at future Greenfield Farmers’ Markets.
Workshop Details Coming Soon….
Information Displays by local farm and food organizations
Details coming soon
1 p.m. led by Valley Food Swap
Open to anyone who has home-grown or home-made food items to barter. Gather at 1 p.m. and take part in informal trading after the Winter Fare Farmers Market. Open to gardeners, gleaners, foragers, canners, dryers… even professional farmers! For information, visit http://valleyfoodswap.tumblr.com/.
Franklin County Week of Winter Fare Events