Sign outside the Farmers Market. Photo credit: Lauren Shea

Eureka Old Town farmers’ market

North Coast Growers' Association holds the Eureka Old Town Farmers' Market every Tuesday until Oct. 31st.
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By | Lauren Shea

Tuesdays from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., you can walk the Old Town Farmers’ Market from bok choy to squash with depending on the season. The market supports the eat local and shop local.

The farmers are all a part of the North Coast Growers’ association local to Humboldt County. The North Coast Growers’ association also hold farmer markets in Arcata, McKinleyville, Henderson Center in Eureka and Willow Creek.

The North Coast Growers’ association supports Cal Fresh, a nutrition assistance program that helps people purchase local food along with EBT (Electronic Benefit Transfer) card and farmers’ market tokens.

There are many vegetables and fruits sold at the market. You can also find Humboldt Honey and Wine, kettle corn and live music.

For more information on the North Coast Growers’ Association visit http://www.humfarm.org/

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