Shines Stories: Central MN Farmers’ Markets

by | Jul 26, 2021 | Stories | 0 comments

Minnesota summers are great for many things – lakes, trails, beautiful sunsets and sunrises, festivals… and in Central MN, Farmer’s Markets are on that list! In this area, we have access to TEN area Farmer’s Markets, six days a week. There are plenty of places to pick up locally grown produce and locally made goods.

From pickles to pastries, peonies, plants, corn, cucumbers, radishes, raspberries, and more… there truly is something for everyone at these Farmers Markets – and it’s all FRESH and LOCAL. What’s not to love?

Each of these Central MN Farmers Markets are organized with help from the Minnesota Farmers’ Market Association.

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