Buying Local Just Got Easier

Feb 4th @ 8:34 am in Expo, Local Events, News, People, Public Service by Scott Staley

People shopping at Montrose Farmers Market

Thanks to the Montrose Memorial Hospital the San Juan Cancer Center and Valley Food partnership, the On-line Farmers Market is open and ready for business .The on-line system features a variety of local food products including apples, lavender, local grown meats, fresh baked goods, unique gifts and more.

Check out the on-line Market by going to www.montrosefarmersmarket.com. The local artisans and producers add new products every week so book market this website as one of your favorites!

Become a customer of the market and receive weekly e mails about what’s fresh at the Market. Shop conveniently from your home and pick up your items at the next market. Don’t worry; the system will remind you of the dates and times for your pick up.

For more information about becoming a customer, Friend of the Market or selling on-line contact the Montrose Farmers Market at info@montrosefarmersmarket.com

 

Information about the Montrose Farmers Market:  

The Montrose Farmers’ Market is a State of Colorado non-profit organization guided by a board of eleven members. Nine of those members are producers and three are community members. The Montrose Farmers Market has two seasons . The Indoor” Winter” Market  operating now  through May of 2013 and the Outdoor season- Market which starts around the end of May and continues every Saturday thru the end of October.

The Montrose Farmers Market support and promote local producers, artisans and businesses who operate on the Western Slope of Colorado. For our farmers the busiest season is the “growing season” May-November each year. By May you will find a selection of fresh local Asparagus, Dry Beans, Fresh Flowers, Herbs, Rhubarb, Swish Chard and lettuces. Around June, July and August you will likely see Apricots, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower, Cucumbers, Cherries, Onions, Peaches, Peas, Potatoes, Squash, Sweet Corn, Strawberries, Turnips and Tomatoes. The peak season weather willing is usually September-November and you will find a variety of Apples, Bell Peppers, Beets, Herbs, Garlic, Potatoes, Watermelon and Winter Squash. All year around you can purchase locally made goodies including freshly baked pies, cookies, breads, honey, jams, goats milk soap, garlic granules, green house produce, fresh farm eggs, locally produced meats, goat cheese and hand crafted jewelry.

Thanks Abbie Brewer-970-417-6313
Montrose Farmers Market- (970) 209-8463
info@montrosefarmersmarket.com