Farmers Market


In the TriCounty region we have access to multiple Farmers Markets and resources to healthy foods


Farmers markets preserve America’s farmland, stimulate the local economy, increase access to fresh nutritious food, support healthy communities, and promote sustainability. We are lucky to have access to Farmers Markets in the TriCounty region. Here is some information on when and where you can find Farmers Markets in the area.

 

Ashley Valley Farmers Market

  • July through the end of September 
  • Saturdays, 9 am –  1 pm
  • Right next to Uintah County Library                                                                                                                                                                
  • Vendors, sign up now, 25% discount until May 26
  • Volunteers are welcome
  • For more information, Visit:

 

Roosevelt Farmers Market

  • June 22nd through the end of September
  • Thursdays, 3:30 – 6:30
  • Roosevelt City Park, Just North of the Roosevelt Aquatic Center
  • Vendors can sign up on June 22nd or contact:
    • Suzanne Prevedel, 435-823-3429,
    • Tonya Steffey, 435-724-2468
  • Accepts SNAP benefits and has an EBT machine                                                                                                                                                                     
    • Participates in the Double Up Food Bucks program
    • Spend $10 with SNAP benefits, receive another $10 to spend
  • Food demos
  • Free canning pressure gauge inspections
  • For more information, visit:

 

Small Business and Cottage Foods Workshop

  • Bake Your Way Into A Thriving Home Business
  • Presented by USU Extension and Uintah Basin Association of Governments
  • May 8 – 11
  • 9am – 4pm
  • UBATC Roosevelt Campus
    • 1100 E Lagoon St.
  • For more information, visit

 

USU Extension Food $ense Classes

For more information contact Ferron Young 435-247-1171

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