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2017 Farmers Market Survey

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Celebrate National Farmer’s Day on October 12

National Farmer’s Day is coming up on Thursday, October 12. It is a day to pay tribute to all the farmers throughout American history — which is a lot of farmers—as farming is one of the oldest jobs around!


The profession of farming began around 12,000 years ago with the domestication of livestock  as hunter/gatherers settled down to plan their own food. Out of agriculture, cities and civilizations grew, and because crops and animals could be farmed to meet demand, the global...


Herbs That Thrive Inside During Winter

Fall is nearly here and that means the vendors at the Fort Collins-Loveland Farmers market are busy harvesting the “fruits of their labor” from the spring and summer. That is why now is such a great time to visit the markets. However, it also means that winter is just around the corner and you won’t be able to visit us for fresh produce until next season. With that in mind, we have a list of herbs you can start indoors to add some freshness to your meals this coming winter.



Roasted Peppers Have Hit The Markets

It’s that time of year again!  Vendors at the Fort Collins Farmers Market on Harmony and Lemay will be roasting locally-grown peppers every Sunday until hard frost

Both Miller Farms (west side of market) and Pope Farms (east side of market) will be roasting peppers at the Sunday markets from 11am - 3pm, and shoppers can pick up small bag or a bushel.

There will be peppers for every taste, ranging from sweet to mild to extra hot and market patrons will find a wide variety of peppers:...


Proud To Be a Double Up Food Bucks Colorado Participant

The Fort Collins-Loveland Farmers Market sponsored by CAMC recognizes that food insecurity is a significant issue in Colorado, with 11% of the population living in poverty. Many of these Coloradans rely on food assistance programs like SNAP (formerly food stamps), which serves more than 485,000 CO residents a month! However, because most SNAP recipients receive $1.41 per meal ($4.23/day), it can be challenging to have enough money to buy food for the whole month. That is why we are proud to ...


What The Heck Is a Patty Pan?

Perhaps you’ve seen these yellow, saucer-shaped veggies at the past few markets and wondered what they are. Well, Farmers Market Patron, please meet the patty pan squash!

Patty pans, sometimes called scallop squash, are a warm-season squash but are less moist than other summer squashes like zucchini. Patty pans grow more firm as they ripen, so they are best harvested and eaten when they’re young and tender.


Patty pan squash can be treated like any other summer squash— c...


Dublin Harpers to play at this Sunday’s Market!

Join us at this Sunday’s Fort Collins Market (June 25, 2017) for some serious Celtic fun! In addition to all of our great vendors, we will be hosting the Dublin Harpers, an award-winning family musical show that highlights Celtic music on harps, percussion and also through dance! From youngest to oldest, all the members of the family play harps built by hand in their home shop.


The Dublin Harpers will be performing at the market from open to close (11am - 3pm), so be sure to b...


What The Heck Are Hakurei Turnips?

If you have been to one of our June markets, you will notice we already have an impressive variety of produce available. Many things you are probably very familiar with (hello, carrots), other things you may not be so familiar with... like these beautiful Hakurei Turnips.


Like all turnips, Hakurei, or Tokyo turnips, are a member of the Brassica family. This Japanese variety is also known as a salad turnip because it has a crisp and delicious raw flavor. Unlike other varieties of...


The 2017 Fort Collins-Loveland Farmers Market Season Begins May 7!

Spring is finally here, which means so is Farmers Market season! As always, CAMC is excited to offer fresh produce straight from our farms to your table. Check out the market start dates below and peruse our impressive vendor list!

The Fort Collins Market on Harmony and Lemay will hold its first market of the season on Sunday, May 7 from 11am to 3pm and will be open every Sunday until mid-November, weather permitting. The Wednesday market begins June 14 and will run through September.



Thank You For a Wonderful Season

The vendors at the CAMC  Fort Collins-Loveland Farmers Market want to thank you all for visiting us out at the markets this season. We're passionate about our products and love sharing them with you all. We will be "hibernating" for the winter, but can't wait to see you all again in the spring!...