IC Farmer’s Market

I know how to pick ‘em.

Not only is Iowa City, Iowa home to a fantastic local food movement and a Co-op that promotes education and the consumption and production of whole food, but we recently placed #10 on the list of America’s favorite Farmer’s Markets.

I’d be lying if I said that I did a lot of research before I uprooted my life and moved to Iowa 3 years ago, but in some ways I really couldn’t of made a more fruitful choice.

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How does your local Farmer’s Market rate?

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9 responses to “IC Farmer’s Market

  1. I love my farmers’ market! but it’s not super huge. The one on Saturdays around here are so nice but it’s almost 3 miles away and without transportation that’s a loong walk 😦

  2. We have a farmers market that COMES to campus. I always forget to have cash on me 😦

  3. Farmer’s markets are so fabulous. There are bigger and nicer ones farther away (but still driveable) that I need to make it to.

  4. Kate, your pictures are so great. What kind of camera do you use? My farmer’s market is good, but not huge…but they a building a large permanent farmer’s market downtown….it’s a few years away still but I cannot wait!

  5. Looks amazing! Little did I know they had such a great farmer’s market! Will have to check it out next weekend when we’re in town for the game!! 🙂

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  7. wow, what an amazing market! ours is good, but not great. i loved the ones i went to in san fran.

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