Latah Farmers Market starts June 4; vendors can sign up now

click to enlarge Sydney Beeson and Jennifer Wood (left), of Kendrick, pick out some incense cedar trees from Spring Valley Family Tree Farm’s booth last fall at the Latah Farmers Market in Troy. - AUGUST FRANK/INLAND 360
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Sydney Beeson and Jennifer Wood (left), of Kendrick, pick out some incense cedar trees from Spring Valley Family Tree Farm’s booth last fall at the Latah Farmers Market in Troy.


The Latah Farmers Market’s second season gets underway from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 4 at Troy City Park, just off State Highway 8.

The market, independently operated by area growers, producers and artisans, features items produced exclusively in Latah County by Latah County residents, along with local entertainment, every Saturday through Oct. 8.



Also this year, a second “peak of the season” market has been added from 4-7 p.m. Wednesdays from July 6 through Sept. 28 at The Depot, 185 Sixth St., in Potlatch.

More than 50 vendors participated in the Saturday market during the first season, and, with early vendor enrollment up more than 75% over last year, more are expected this go-round, according to a news release.



Returning vendors include Spring Valley Family Tree Farm, Johnson’s Heritage Farmstead, Texas Ridge, Eleven O’s Harvest, The Farm @ Bluebird Lane, The Sticky Kitchen and Cabin Coffee Roastery, with a full list at latahfarmersmarket.com.

Vendor and performer applications from Latah County residents of all ages are accepted throughout the market season.

The Latah Farmers Market was launched to expand access to locally-grown food and resources in an effort to boost the local economy and minimize reliance on foreign supply chains, according to the news release.

The Saturday market is Americans with Disabilities Act accessible and pet- and family-friendly.

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