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15 Gifts Under $35 (plus a few splurges!)

Support local farmers, food makers and artists with gifts from Mill City Farmers Market this season. We’ve rounded up unique, handmade items from our 44 winter market vendors that will bring a smile to everyone on your gift list. Shop online or join us at the Mill City Farmers Market on December 12 from 10…  Read More

Digital Art Market – August 6

This week’s featured local artists Many of the market’s artists are online only for the season. Each week, we feature a selection of MCFM artists on our blog, Instagram stories @mcfarmersmkt and through our digital art market email newsletter. Find unique gifts, kitchenware and and other handmade items while supporting local, sustainabilty-driven artists. THIS WEEK’S…  Read More

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Employment Northwood Mushrooms MCFM vendor Northwood Mushrooms, located 70 miles northwest of Minneapolis, is hiring seasonal and year-round staff for certified organic mushroom production, packing and value added products. Learn more on their website. (Posted April 11, 2021) Honken Dahlias Urban flower farm and MCFM vendors Honken Dahlias is hiring seasonal staff for markets and…

Charitable Fund

The success of the Mill City Farmers Market’s educational programming, farmer and food maker grants and food access work since the market’s inception in 2006 inspired the creation of a Charitable Fund. While the Market has been funded by sponsorships and individual donations, this new fund will allow the organization to expand the scope, reach…

Your Ultimate Local Gift Guide

Visit our Winter Market on December 1st, 8th and 15th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. inside the Mill City Museum for your holiday grocery AND gift shopping this year! Shopping local is not only a way to find high-quality food and unique presents for your loved ones, but it is also a way to support…  Read More

National Business Women’s Week

October 16 is the start of National Business Week, providing an opportunity to call attention to women entrepreneurs, facilitate discussions on the needs of working women, and raise awareness of the resources available for working women in their communities. We’re highlighting the Market’s women farmers, artists and food makers. Learn more below! Kick off National Business Women’s…  Read More