Meet our Vendors
C and C High Tunnel Farm – Chris and Christy Jansen – wide variety of leafy greens and summer vegetables.
Country Berry Farms – Teresa and Larry Brundridge: wide variety of fruit (especially berries!) and vegetables. Larry and Teresa pride themselves in vine ripened products.
Smoky Buttes Farms – Matt Hemmer: heritage chicken, specialty meats, farm fresh eggs, and heritage vegetables
Svaty Produce – Caleb and Don Svaty: wide variety of fruit and vegetables, eggs, custom meats include chicken, pork and beef.
Wiebe Farms – Chris Wiebe: freshly baked sweet breads, pies and Wiebe cheese
Upcoming Market Dates and Events – We are closed for the 2017 Season. Please join our vendors at the
We’ll double your dollars for buying fruits and vegetables with your EBT card.
SNAP households can double their food dollar at the 9th and Grand Farmers Market. For every dollar of SNAP purchased with a Vision Card, customers will receive an additional dollar to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables. Customers may receive up to $25 in FREE Double Up Food Bucks per market day. The 9th & Grand Farmers Market is every Tuesday from 4:00 – 7:00 P.M. near the Grand Avenue United Methodist Church, 304 West Grand Avenue, Salina.
“We are very excited to offer Double Up Food Bucks at the Downtown Farmers Market. Doubling the food budget and encouraging people to eat locally grown fruits and vegetables is definitely a Win-Win.” Says Phyll Klima, project coordinator.
Double Up Food Bucks in Salina is part of a national movement assisting families to increase consumption of locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables. According to Klima, “This Double Up Food Bucks pilot project is made possible through a grant from the USDA. The Downtown Farmers Market, 9th and Grand Farmers Market, and the Salina Farmers Market are the only farmers markets in Salina participating this market season.” Double Up Food Bucks is a part of a USDA Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive Grant Program. This Kansas/Missouri project is called Double Up Food Bucks Heartland and is administered in Kansas by the Fair Food Network.