The Liberty Park Market it always looking for volunteers. All skill levels and ages are welcome. As a Liberty Park Market volunteer, you will be in touch with local farmers and growers, artists and businesses. You will meet neighbors who share a passion for the market. Please join us as we grow!
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We made it safely through a global pandemic and a destructive windstorm. Thank you to everyone involved for your patience, flexibility, and support. We can’t wait to see you all again in 2021!
The Liberty Park Market is held on Thursday evenings, June through September, at the beautiful Liberty Park in Salt Lake City.
Urban Food Connections of Utah (UFCU), the nonprofit organization that hosts the Downtown Farmers Market and the Winter Market at The Gateway, is pleased to announce it will be assuming operations of the Liberty Park Farmers Market. The Liberty Market will continue in the same part of the park, (east side by 700 East) but will move to Thursday evenings from 4pm to dusk. The Market will run from June 16th through September 29.
The Market will feature roughly 60 vendors, offering a wide variety of products including produce, meat, eggs, baked goods, packaged foods, and unique specialty items. Like the Downtown Farmers Market and Winter Market, vendors at the Liberty Market will be required to make, raise, or grow the products they sell within 250 miles of Salt Lake City. Applications are now open. Vendors can apply at slcfarmersmarket.org.
Liberty Park Market accepts Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), as well as Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB).
ABOUT: Urban Food Connections of Utah is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the community about local food, regional food producers, and Utah’s proud agricultural heritage.Urban Food Connections of Utah’s Farmers Market support sustainable, regional agriculture; build community gathering places; increase access to nutritious, local foods in urban areas; and educate the consumer about shopping local.