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Yakima Valley farmers' markets

The Yakima Valley has the most varieties of fresh produce in the entire Pacific Northwest. And the best way to shop for it is by supporting the local growers and farmers, and visiting their booths at one of the many farmers' markets in the area. Many people think of farmers' markets as just a summer thing - but many of them continue through the fall too! Use this list to find a new one to try out this month.

Farmers markets are a great way to support local growers, while also getting a great deal on fresh produce.
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Yakima Valley farmers' market list:

Selah Wednesday Market: This great market in Selah is open every Wednesday through September, from 5-8pm. You'll find it in the parking lot behind King’s Row on 1st Street and Park Ave. Stop by after work to pick up something fresh for dinner time!

Terrace Heights Saturday Market: This is a great little market that's growing bigger all the time. It happens every Saturday from May through September, from 9-2pm. You'll find the Saturday Market on the corner of Roza Hill and Hillcrest Drive, in the church parking lot. The address is 29 Channel Drive in Yakima.

Prosser Saturday Market: Fresh from the farm to your table! Open every Saturday from 8-12pm, through October, 1329 Sommers Ave, Prosser.

Sunnyside Saturday Market: A great selection of fresh fruits and veggies, plus other great snacks for sale like Kettle Corn! Open Saturdays from 11-6pm, through September, on the corner of Central Park & 4th Street.

Downtown Yakima Sunday Market: This farmers' market is located right in the middle of downtown Yakima, in front of the Capitol Theatre on 3rd Street. It's open every Sunday from 9-2pm, through October. You'll find lots of fun and food in addition to the fresh produce!

Plus a year-round market too!

Local Yokel is a year-round indoor famers' market, located at 32 N. Front Street, Yakima, in the old RR Depot next to North Town Coffee. Learn more about their fresh produce buying clubs today!

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