CLARKSTON – The Clarkston Farmers Market is adjusting the market operating hours on Thursday, July 28, from 6 – 7 p.m. Due to extreme heat warnings by the weather service, the market will be open for one hour with food products only including fresh produce, eggs, and USDA meat from a few vendors.
This will allow consumers who have SNAP/EBT and FMNP benefits to utilizing them to
make food purchases for their households. Regular hours of 5 pm to 8 pm will resume on Thursday, August 4.
The Clarkston Farmers Market will continue to be open each Thursday through September 15. The Market operates with approximately 25-30 vendors each week, offering various homegrown produce, USDA meat, eggs, honey, and homemade artisan products.
The Clarkston Farmers Market is still seeking interested businesses that would like to sponsor entertainment or children’s activities. Those interested in participating as a vendor, performer, or sponsor, please reach out to the market email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Clarkston Farmers Market accepts credit and debit cards and SNAP EBT, as well as the Washington State SNAP Market Match program that matches SNAP dollars one hundred percent up to forty dollars to purchase fresh produce per market day. The market also offers POP club kids cash on certain market days that children can earn by participating in a pre-planned activity. Some vendors also accept the WIC and Senior Nutrition Program checks used to purchase fresh produce, as well as honey for seniors.