Sitka Farmers Market

The Sitka Farmers Market is a public market established to provide the community of Sitka access to locally grown and harvested foods. Additional goals of the market are to provide a venue for education, entertainment, and building personal relationships for a healthier community. The first three Sitka Farmers Markets were held in August of 2008. The 2014 season starts on June 28th and five more markets follow every other Saturday, ending on September 6th. Many local gardens have been started or expanded to provide the markets with fresh produce. Locally harvested seafood, locally made art/crafts and other products, live music, and prepared foods are also a big part of the Markets.

Listing last updated on Mar 18, 2014

Schedule and Location:

Markets are held at the ANB Hall, 235 Katlian Street on Saturdays: June 28, July 12, July 26, August 9, August 23, and September 6. Open from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. FREE admission.

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We can buy fish from the folks that caught it...and for a good price. Folks around town are beginning to plant some food in with their flowers and vegeies are even encroching on lawns.... [more]

It's a great new market that has brought our community together and served as an inspiration. Living on an Island in an Alaskan rain forest that doesn't have traditional farms provided a great canvas for showing that Farmers Market can happen in communities of all shapes sizes and locations.... [more]

A great way to catch up with fellow community members, get fresh and delicious food, and enjoy one's Saturday morning.

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