GOLDEN FARMERS’ MARKET

Wednesdays from 11a – 3p
June 15 – September 28
Spirit Square, Downtown Golden

goldenbcfarmersmarket.com

RADIUM MARKET ON MAIN

Fridays from 4p-7p
June 24 – September 2
Main Street | Radium Hot Springs

radiumhotsprings.com

INVERMERE FARMERS’ AND ARTISANS MARKET

Saturdays from 9a – 1p
June 18 – September 10
Downtown Lakeview Parking Lot | Invermere

invermerefarmersmarket.com

FAIRMONT FARMERS’ AND ARTISANS MARKETS

Sundays from 10a – 2p
July 3 – September 4
Fairmont Village Mall Hwy 93/95 | Fairmont Hot Springs

FLYWAY MARKET @ SPILLI STATION CAFE

Friday – Sunday from 8a – 5p
April – October
Flyway Market at the Spilli Station Cafe
Spillimacheen
flywayfarmforest.com

AGRI-PARK FARMERS’ MARKET

Wednesdays from 3p – 6:30p
May 18 – September 28
Opposite Esso on Hwy 93/95 Invermere

Member of
BC Farmers’ Market Association
wdfi.ca

MERCHANT’S CORNER

Thursday – Tuesday from 8a – 6p
Starting May 26
Hopkins Harvest | 1645 Hwy 93/95
Windermere
hopkinsharvest.com

CANAL FLATS FARMERS’ MARKET

2022 Dates TBD

Campground 9110 Hwy 93/95 | Canal Flats

ENJOY FOOD THAT JUST TASTES BETTER

Farmers’ markets support smaller producers who handpick varieties like for their adaptability to your region, for their culinary uses, and for their flavour, aroma, and texture. Artisan makers and bakers prepare products fresh and sell direct from their kitchen to yours. This is why farmers’ markets carry unique types of produce, meat, and dairy that always tastes so fresh and full of flavour.

MAKE AN ECONOMIC IMPACT

Buying directly from local farmers, ranchers, and food producers gives them a better return for their product and keeps dollars in the local economy. One University of California Davis study states direct sales at farmers’ markets can generate as much as twice as much economic activity in the region. That’s a huge impact!

BE ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS

According to the BC Association of Farmers’ Markets, the average North American meal contains ingredients travelling 2400 km from five different countries. However, food grown and made closer to home produces fewer transportation emissions and as the distance food travels decreases, so does the need for processing and refrigeration to reduce spoilage. Shopping at farmers’ markets can directly decrease your carbon footprint.