The Market @ Gypsy Hill House
May – September | Staunton, VA | Wednesdays, 11am – 1pm
500 C St, Staunton, VA 24401
The Market at Gypsy Hill House, located in the parking lot of the Gypsy Hill House apartments, supports a thriving local food system by connecting local farmers and producers to families and individuals in our community. From quality products such as artisan crafts to eggs, fruits, vegetables, baked goods, honey, and meats, visitors to this market will encounter friendly and familiar vendors in an inviting atmosphere.
Questions? Contact Director of Food Access, Megan Marshall
The Farmer’s Market @ the Health Department
June – September | Staunton, VA | Fridays, 11am – 2pm
1414 N Augusta St, Staunton, VA 24401
Project GROWS collaborates with community-based partners to get nutritious local produce to the individuals and families that need it most. In 2016, Project GROWS and the Central Shenandoah Health District partnered to improve access to local fresh fruits and vegetables among families participating in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) and low income seniors by hosting a weekly farmer’s market at the Staunton-Augusta Health Department.
Local farms, including Project GROWS, participate in the WIC & Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Programs (FMNP) at The Farmer’s Market @ the Health Department. These programs provide vouchers to qualifying seniors and WIC families for the purchase of fresh fruits and vegetables at approved farmer’s markets. The Farmer’s Market @ the Health Department is held every Friday from July through September and is open to the general public.
*Due to COVID-19 this market is only open to WIC/Seniors participating in the Farmers Market Nutrition Program and customers using SNAP/EBT.
Interested in learning more about this market or becoming a vendor? Contact Director of Food Access, Megan Marshall
Youth-Run Farm Stand | Boys & Girls Club
June – August | Waynesboro, VA | Wednesdays, 4pm – 5:30pm
302 E Main St, Waynesboro, VA 22980
During the summer, you’ll find youth from the Boys & Girls Club selling seasonal produce and answering questions about our programs at the Youth-Run Farm Stand at the Waynesboro Boys & Girls Club site. These young adults are learning the skills they need to become leaders in our community while making fresh local produce accessible. The market accepts cash, check, and SNAP EBT payments.
*Due to COVID-19 this market is currently closed. Please keep checking back for updated information!
For more info contact Director of Food Access, Megan Marshall