North End Farmers' Market
The NECIC North End Farmers' Market is a part of NECIC's North End Local Foods Initiative (NELFI). Established in 2014, the North End Farmers' Market focuses on providing fresh, healthy food for North End residents, as well as boosting the local economy by helping North End residents launch their own small market business.
Look for us at the Blust Avenue Teaching Garden, 417 Blust Avenue, Mansfield, every Wednesday from 3 to 6 p.m. beginning May 10!
Interested in becoming a vendor?
We would love to have you at the NECIC North End Farmers' Market! We open May 10, 2017. The market will be held Wednesdays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Blust Avenue Teaching Garden, 417 Blust Avenue, Mansfield. There is no fee to vend, and we welcome homemade crafts as well as produce. Print our application or give us a call at 419-525-3101.
No experience? No problem! For North End residents, we will walk you through the vending process, step-by-step.
Try out our Farm to Market Program! North End residents who volunteer at the NECIC Blust Avenue Teaching Garden are registered for a drawing in which they can win that week's harvest! Take it home, or sell it at the NECIC North End Farmers' Market. If you choose to sell, we will provide a canopy, table, containers, and assist with display, signage, pricing and the works! It's a great way to learn about market vending without a huge investment!
For more information about the NECIC North End Farmers' Market, give us a call at 419-525-3101 or click here.