Farmers Markets of Minneapolis

Minneapolis has many farmers markets throughout the City and most accept SNAP-EBT. Many operate year-round.

Find a farmers market

Minneapolis has many farmers markets for you to explore. Find one near you.

Farmers Markets of MPLS 

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Farmers Markets of MPLS Collaborative

The Farmers Markets of MPLS Collaborative welcomes and encourages all markets to participate. Formed in 2017, the collaborative's activities include:

  • Marketing
  • Technical assistance
  • Metrics collection
  • Other opportunities to build a more connected, accessible and effective market system

The collaborative works with partners:

  • City of Minneapolis
  • University of Minnesota
  • Homegrown Minneapolis
  • Minnesota Department of Agriculture
  • Other market champions

A planning team coordinates the collaborative's work. The planning team is comprised of:

  • Market managers
  • Alison Babb, Health Program Manager - Homegrown Minneapolis
  • University of Minnesota Applied Economics faculty Hikaru Peterson and researcher Joe Nowak

Farmers Market Managers in the leadership team include:

  • Mill City Farmers Market
  • Four Sisters Farmers Market
  • Neighborhood Roots Markets - Fulton, Kingfield & Nokomis
  • Midtown Farmers Market
  • Minneapolis Lyndale and Nicollet Mall Markets
  • West Broadway Farmers Market

Many additional partners support the work and collective impact of the markets.

Visit the Farmers Markets of Minneapolis Collaborative Strategic Plan.

Market Bucks

See how to use your SNAP-EBT dollars with market bucks

Starting a farmers market

Minneapolis has resources for starting and maintaining a farmers market or other market.  

Visit the Farmers Market Vendors page to learn about how to be a vendor at a Minneapolis farmers market. 

Visit the Farmers Market Managers page for information and resources on managing a farmers market. 

Opening or operating a farmers market in Minneapolis requires approval and licensing. There are different types of farmers market licenses/permits depending on the type of market you want to operate. A public market is a defined place regulated by the city for the selling and buying of farm products and other market related products. The three categories of recognized and licensed public markets include:

  • Farmers Markets
  • Mini Markets
  • Produce and Craft Markets

Additional Resources

Minnesota Farmers Market Association

USDA resources about SNAP and farmers markets

Visit the Minnesota Grown Directory for a directory of all Minnesota farms, markets and garden centers.

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