Slow Food in the Tetons hosts a Winter Farmers Market

JACKSON, WY— In light of last year’s successful winter farmer’s market, Slow Food in the Tetons is now hosting two markets a month instead of one.

Every other Saturday from 2-6 pm, dozens of local farmers and food producers offer shoppers their products: regional winter produce, beef, pork, poultry  and lamb from local ranches, dairy, eggs, honey, plus fermented, canned and prepared foods. Customers will also be able to find the last of this year’s harvested vegetables from local farms, storage crops like potatoes, garlic and onions, and fresh produce from Vertical Harvest. “This Winter People’s Market is such a fun event and a perfect antidote to wintertime cabin fever, said Scott Steen, executive director of Slow Food of the Tetons. “We hope the community comes out to support local food producers and to stock up on delicious and healthy provisions.”

Slow Food Board Member Shauna Lockhart said Slow Food “wants people to know that you can still eat local healthy food in the winter in Jackson. Huidekoper Ranch in Wilson is still harvesting greens and microgreens from their greenhouse!”

All food vendors at the market welcome SNAP EBT Customers.

There’s also live music at every festival, so come listen, look and support local farmers.

The next Winter Market is this Saturday, February 10. Markets are held in the Teton County Fairground Building at 350 W Snow King Ave.

Remaining Winter Market Dates:
February 10th
February 24th
March 10th
March 24th
April 7th
April 21th

2018 Winter Market Vendors:
Anja Healing Studio
Bear Root Botanicals
Bee Warm
Cake Tent
Chasing Paradise
Classic Country Marketplace
Daily Roots
Dinners Ready
Farmer Fred
Fish Creek Gardens
Glory Bowl Soup Company
Haderlie Farms
Holly Sage Art
I Love Natural
In Seasons Bread
Jackpine Lavendar
Jackson Hole Still Works
Larks Meadow
Lavender and Sage
Lockhart Cattle Company
Maya Organics
Michelle Miller
Mountain Brand Pies
Naturally Wild and Free
News & Guide/ Non-profit
Purely By Chance Farm
Roadhouse/Fine Dining
Robinson Family Farms
Roots Kitchen & CanneryBeartrap Ciderworks
Rosas Tamales
Shumway Farms
Slow Food Farm Stand
Teton Boutique
The Green Caterpillar
The Soup Coup
Vertical Harvest
Wyo Why
Y Hemp

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