Download the Farmers Market 2021 Vendor Packet HERE
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The Dayton Farmers Market brings fresh, local fruits and vegetables to our community on Thursday afternoons from 3-6 pm, June through September. We are pleased to host this space for farmers and residents to connect. The market is located at 60 2nd Avenue in Dayton (next to Pizza Factory).
Dayton Farmers Market accepts cash, major credit cards, SNAP benefits (ask about the Double Up Food Bucks program to double your SNAP dollars!), Senior Farmers Market Coupons, and WIC Farmers Market Coupons.
Meet Our Vendors
We’re excited to welcome Mother Flokkers Furry Patch to the Market this year! Owned by Sharon and Loran Larsen of Stagecoach, Mother Flokkers have three hundred birds. EVERY single bird has a name and Sharon knows them all! Wanna know more about this flock? Like them on Facebook!
We’re excited to be joined by Misbeehaven Farms, run by Stacy and Aaron Grimes of Mark Twain, as they return to the Market this year! Aaron is the beekeeper, and Stacy creates their wide array of jam flavors. Misbeehaven is known for their spicy jams and honeys, but always have a wide variety to choose from for those who prefer less heat too! Test your tolerance for hot and spicy with one of their ghost pepper creations, or enjoy one of their sweet treats.
Bestie Bones, based in Silver Springs, makes their own fresh dog bones, treats, and training snacks with home grown ingredients. They’re new to the market this year! Bestie Bones co-owners Julie and Holly have plenty of taste-testers for their canine confections, because between them, they have 11 dogs! They grow as many of the ingredients as possible, and offer a variety of flavors including basil, mint, carrots, cat nip and more. The bones are cooked fresh weekly.
We might be in the desert, but this jewelry, handmade in Reno by Lahloobay, is giving us serious beach vibes. New to the market this year, we’re happy to have these handcrafted baubels here for the summer!
Rural Health and Nutrition Initiative is Healthy Communities Coalition’s latest effort to expand food access in Western Nevada. Located in the greenhouse that formerly housed Dayton Valley Aquaponics, RHNI is growing a wide variety of produce from peppers and tomatoes to squash, okra, and cucumbers. RHNI is working to bring fresh, locally grown food to Lyon County and beyond, all year round. Find our produce at local farmers markets, HCC’s three food pantries, and restaurants throughout the region.