Simply...Garnett, Kansas

The Garnett Farmers' Market offers a variety of home grown goods, fresh baked items and farm raised meats and eggs and much, much more. Weekly specials change throughout the season, so make sure to watch for announcements via the City of Garnett's Facebook page each week!

Garnett Farmers' Market Resumes Normal with Guidelines

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Garnett Farmers' Market

THIS WEEK'S FEATURE: Pome on the Range Apples and pumpkins are now available at this week's Garnett Farmers' Market! See you here!

*Products throughout the season:

Cucumbers

Greens/Kale

Onions

Asparagus

Carrots

Zucchini

Banana Peppers

Bell Peppers

Summer Squash

Tomatoes

Sweet Corn

Green Beans

Watermellon

Canalope



Mums

Garden flower arrangments

Herbs

Baskets 

Face masks

Potholders

Wood art

Food trucks - Barbecue and more



*Items vary season to season. Not all of these products are offered at every Market.

The Garnett Farmers' Market will resume somewhat normal activities as of Thursday, May 21, from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. on Main Street adjacent the Prairie Spirit Trail, between 4th and 5th Avenues. The market will be held each Thursday through October 8th.  Due to Phase 3 Covid-19 recommendations, we ask that when visiting the Garnett Farmers' Market please adhere to CDC guidelines. Customers at market should practice the recommended 6 feet of social distancing. Items to be at market will include locally grown fruits and vegetables, freshly baked breads, cookies and pies, homemade jams, salsas and sauces, meat, poultry and eggs, bedding plants, flowers and more.

May 7 - October 8

Every Thursday

4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

On Main Street between 4th Avenue and 5th.

(Along the Prairie Spirit Rail Trail State Park)

LAST DAY of Garnett Farmers' Market in 2020 is October  8th. It's Customer Appreciation Day! Enjoy free chili samples from vendors. Free pumpkin cookies, courtesy of K-State Research & Enstension. Also, free hand sanitizer will be handed out across the street at the Law Enforcement Center by A.C. Emergency Management.

Vendors and Food Trucks Wekcome


Now is the time to launch your agri-tourism business or test the waters of entrepreneurship by joining the Garnett Farmers' Market, where you can showcase your products weekly to area consumers who are looking fresh, nutritious and delicious food, as well as arts and crafts. Applications are being accepted now (complete the form-right).


About Your Space

Cost/Size:

$10 per 10 x 10 booth space, per day.  

Products Accepted:

Produce - You must raise it. Other produce may be permitted upon prior approval in the event it is not available in this area. You will be contacted after completing the application form (located on this page).

Products you make, grow or raise - Jams, jellies, sauces, freshly baked item, poultry, eggs, meat and cheese must be pre-approved. You will be contacted after completing the application form!

Arts and crafts welcome, handmade only. No mass produced items purchased for resale permitted. 

Food Trucks - Food trucks or concessionaires offering made-to-order food are welcome. There is no electric or water hookup accessible at the market location. Self-containment necessary.


Community Table

Do you not have enough products to justify a booth? No problem!

The Community Table gives small growers the opportunity to sell their products for free! Bring any quantity of fruits or vegetables and the market will sell at the price you request. 20% of the profits go to the market and the rest is yours to keep!


Please Note:

Each seller is responsible for collection/remittance of Kansas sales tax, currently at the rate of 8.5%. All produce and products sold through the Garnett Farmers' Market must meet Kansas Health and Safety requirements as described on the Kansas Department of Agriculture Farmers' Market Food Sales webpage and per Kansas Department of Health and Environment guidelines. Also, please visit From the Land of Kansas for tips and information to make the most of your farmers' market participation.


Apples

​Blueberries

Strawberries

Homemade ice cream

Honey and honey products

Pecans

Pumpkins

Salsas, sauces and syrups

Freshly baked breads, rolls, pies, cookies, etc.

Farm raised beef, chicken, elk and pork

Farm fresh eggs