Get out and Buy Local!
Open Mondays & Thursdays
July 9 – October 4
3:30 – 6:30pm
The Farmers’ Market & Beyond was established in 2007 by the West Fargo Park District. The market provides local growers and food, art and craft artisans an opportunity to display and sell items to the public.
The focus of the market is to provide local growers with the opportunity to bring fresh produce, flowers, bulbs, jams, jellies, dairy products, meats, herbs and berries directly to the public. The Farmer’s Market & Beyond provides an opportunity to sell these unique, local goods.
Rustad Recreation Center Parking Lot
601 26th Ave E, West Fargo
The West Fargo Park District is a proud member of the North Dakota Farmer Markets and Growers Association, Inc.
Farmers Market Survey
Please take the time to complete the Farmers’ Market and Beyond Survey.
We are actively seeking farmers and growers of fresh, local produce to join our farmers market anytime throughout the season.
Breads and home canned pickles and jams are available at this market. Food prepared or processed for resale in the State of North Dakota at the Farmers’ Market must comply with the North Dakota State University Food Safety Booklet.
Arts & Crafts
Homemade soaps, landscape paintings, children’s items, jewelry, mittens and more! Items sold at the market must be made by the vendor. No imports or reselling is allowed at our market.
Thirty-One Bags, Rubbermaid, Herbal Life, Pink Zebra, Clever Container and more! All home-based businesses are welcome. Please contact Matthew Johnson at 433-5360 to reserve your days and times.
Catering businesses, specialty food or any food based business is welcome to sell ready-to-eat food at this market. If you would like to be a market food vendor, please contact us. This is a great fundraising opportunity for service groups in our area.
Vendors are required to pay a booth fee each day they attend the market. These fees help cover the cost of advertising and other expenses. The fee is $15 per days. No power is available, but generators are acceptable.
Groups that focus on health, wellness, fitness and nutrition are always welcome to set up booths at no charge to help educate public on healthy lifestyles and promoting healthy communities.