Jasper Farmers Market
We recently stopped by the Jasper Farmers Market on a Tuesday afternoon to record a "Market Talk". Jasper's main market is on the Courthouse lawn on Friday afternoons from 2-5pm, but the Tuesday market is gaining steam after changing days. Trust us any day is a good day to visit this scenic Newton County destination town.
St. Joseph Farm Stand
We spent some time at St. Joseph Farm Stand for this "Market Talk". It's unlike any of the other markets we've featured this season. It's a non-profit who grows much of it's own produce on site, but's it's also become an agri-tourism destination in North Little Rock. You can order online throughout the week for Friday or Saturday pick up. If you shop on Saturday be sure to bring the whole family.
Argenta Farmers Market
The Argenta Farmers Market is located in the historic district of downtown North Little Rock. It's a relatively new market with a wonderful location. The venue is perfect for families to shop or just hang out. In this "Market Talk" we hear more about the area, the vendors, and their plans for the future.
Springdale Farmers Market at Jones Center
This edition of "Market Talk" from the Springdale Farmers Market at Jones Center focuses on Double Up Food Bucks. They've been a valued partner for several years helping SNAP customers in Northwest Arkansas. WARNING: it was terribly windy the morning we shot this so we apologize for the troublesome audio, but we thought it still worth sharing.
Tontitown Farmers Market
The Tontitown Farmers Market is literally a walk in the park. They've got an ideal location for local shoppers and vendors too. In fact, many Saturdays they have over 70 different sellers. In this edition of "Market Talk" we hear how a little hard work and some free marketing helped them go from virtually unnoticed to a thriving market.
Siloam Springs Farmers Market
This edition of "Market Talk" takes us to Northwest Arkansas and the Siloam Springs Farmers Market. Hear what manager Abby Trinidad has to say about online sales and a Kids Day program. Also meet one of the longtime vendors Oppusum Hollow Farms.
Judd Hill ASU Farmers Market
Big things are happening in Jonesboro! We we there on Opening Day as the newly re-named Judd Hill ASU Farmers Market welcomed back the community after a pandemiic-limited 2020. Not only did the public turn out in huge numbers, the market is now getting ready to make significant upgrades to their already teriffic on-campus facility. In this edition of "Market Talk" Dr. Kim Pittcock explains what's ahead.
Conway Farmers Market
We really enjoyed sharing Opening Day in Conway with the managers, vendors, and shoppers. Yes it was a little soggy, but no one's spirits were dampened. In this edition of "Market Talk" we hear about what's ahead for the season and why vendors keep coming back year after year.
Main Street Searcy Farmers Market
We dropped by for Opening Day of the Main Street Searcy market. Their location makes the venue ideal. It's in the shadow of the historic White County Courthouse. It was still early for lots of produce, but the vendors and the public turned out to get the season started right. In this "Market Talk" we speak with Amy Burton about what makes Searcy a can't miss for market lovers.
Downtown Benton Farmers Market
We spent a recent Saturday morning at the marvelous Downtown Benton Farmers Market. It was Opening Day with a great crowd and a nice variety of vendors. Anyone who has spent any time in Benton knows how much pride the hometown folks take in their community and the market certainly reflects that. In this "Market Talk" we speak with Grant Watts who tells us how the market has evolved, how they've navigated the pandemic and what's ahead in 2021.
Hot Springs Historic Downtown Farmers Market
Here's another AFMA Market Talk... We spent Saturday morning with the super folks at the Hot Springs Historic Downtown Farmers Market. The managers and vendors here are so dedicated. Open year round with a great variety of goods and produce. Operations are nearing pre-COVID conditions. Watch this to get a little history and to see how they've coped with the weather and a pandemic.
This "Market Talk" is with Michael Jones of the Cabot Farmers Market sharing plans for the 2021 season and what they've learned from the challenges of running a Farmers Market during a pandemic.