The East Palo Alto Community Farmers' Market is a community-based and youth-focused Certified Farmers' Market. Founded in June 2008, the Market seeks to provide a source of fresh, healthy and local produce, and a friendly community gathering space, right here in East Palo Alto.
EBT/food stamps, WIC FMNP and senior FMNP checks are always accepted at the Market. Customers using these forms of payment are entitled to be treated with the very same respect and dignity that all shoppers at the East Palo Alto Community Farmers' Market deserve.
We're proud to be more than just a market. Integral to our mission is the goal to provide direct access to healthy, fresh produce. Reflecting the strength and vibrancy of the community in which we operate, our various projects seek to extend this access in an inclusive and friendly way. Our projects include: Backyard Gardener Network, EPA Fresh Checks and the Food Justice Leaders.
See our website at www.epafarmersmarket.org for more information.
January 21 to December 17, 2011 2pm to 5pm 550 Bell Street (YMCA Parking Lot on Euclid) East Palo Alto, CA
Located at 550 Bell Street, East Palo Alto (YMCA Parking lot of Euclid).
Open Saturdays from 2:00pm to 5:00pm, from January 21 to December 17, 2011.
I happen to know that Collective Roots is working hard to make this Farmers' Market great!!
This market bring affordable, fresh produce to a city that has no supermarket. It puts healthy food within reach of community residents.
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The Market began as a hopeful whisper among a small group of EPA residents, civic leaders, health advocates and other professionals. Thanks to the able stewardship of Colllective Roots and the many, many committed and generous hearts and hands of volunteers and supporters, the Market has literally blossomed into a chief attraction; a beloved, vibrant community offering.