There’s nothing quite like home grown produce, made my the local farmer, fresh off the field. Farmer’s markets are becoming more and more popular as people prefer to get locally grown produce.
Here’s a breakdown of the Farmer’s Markets in Northern Indiana that I know about. If you know of a market not on the list, please feel free to lets us know about it in the comments.
Valparaiso Farmer’s Market
Where: Downtown Valparaiso, Park Plaza
When: Tuesday 9-5, Saturday 9-3 (June through October)
More Information: Valparaiso Events
Michigan City Main Street Farmer’s Market
Where: Downtown Michigan City – 8th and Washington Streets
When: Saturdays 8am – Noon (May through October)
More information: Michigan City Main Street
Chesterton European Market
Where: Downtown Chesterton, Indiana
When: Every Saturday May Through October – 8am-2pm
More Information: Chesterton European Market
Farmer’s Market at the Schoolhouse Shop
Where: Schoolhouse Shop in the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
When: Every Friday and Saturday 10am – 4pm
More Information: Schoolhouse Shop Website
Looking for information on even more Farmer’s Markets and other “agritourism” attractions in Indiana? Check out the Indiana State Department of Agriculture’s (ISDA) new 2010 Agritourism & Farmer’s Market Online Directory.
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