Nutritional Access Programs. Food Stamps/EBT. We gladly accept Food Stamps/EBT. This is a great opportunity to try new vegetables, buy wholesome, locally-grown products or get started on a garden of your own. Simply swipe your EBT card at the Manager's booth and tokens will be issued for ... continue reading...
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Happy Mountain Mushrooms - one of our regular Wednesday vendors!
Free home delivery of fresh mushrooms, grow your own kits, and mushroom extracts.
Weekly porch drops in Spokane on Wednesdays & bi-weekly drops in Cda on Thursdays.
Next delivery scheduled 4/1 in Spokane & 4/2 in Cda. Orders can be placed up until midnight the day before!
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Kootenai County Farmers’ Market updated their cover photo.
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People are getting confused. We plan, as far as allowable under the law, to open the market as usual on May 9. We generally have a jury session before the new season to review and accept or deny new crafts. These are not returning or new farmers, but brand new crafts people who want to sell at our market, which is, by definition, primarily a Farmers' Market. All craft shows have been closed down. We have decided that since crafts are considered non-essential, and we are working hard to keep our market as "essential" as possible (produce and veggie starts, for example), and that we already have crafters who have participated in the market for years, that this is not the time to bring in new people. We sincerely hope that this changes soon. If it's "gone" by June, then maybe we can have a jury session then.
Please understand, we are not being cold hearted. The Board spends hours every day trying to figure this all out. The challenges are great. We hope to be able to offer our customers early season produce, other food products and a great assortment of garden starts as usual starting May 9. ... See MoreSee Less