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Now in it's Eighth Season!

2014 Season

Every Saturday | Rain or Shine!
July 5th through October 11th
9am - 1pm

Richard E Orwig Park on E. Market St.
(formerly referred to as Gazebo Park)

The Howland Farmers Market kicks off its 2014 summer season on Saturday, July 5th at the Richard E. Orwig Park on East Market Street from 9am to 1 pm.  This popular market features local growers and food producers along with artists and hometown musicians. Join the growing community of people who make the Howland Farmers Market part of their Saturday morning routine!SNAP/EBT Accepted Here

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We welcome SNAP/EBT customers!

The Howland Farmers Market is now in its eighth year! It is well-recognized and widely enjoyed by our community.  Howland Township Trustees envision a vibrant marketplace that serves as the hub of community activity every Saturday morning. The market and its vendors are dedicated to providing a bounty of nutritious foods grown by local or regional growers with a selection of prepared food and hand-made non-food items.

We encourage you to join a growing base of Howland Farmers Market friends on Facebook. You will receive timely product updates as the season progresses, special event announcements, and other worthwhile market news.  

Experience Fresh!  Visit the Howland Farmers Market every Saturday from July 5th through October 11th…9am – 1pm.

According to the USDA, the number farmers markets in the United States grew by nearly 68% since 2008.  This growth demonstrates consumers’ commitment to buying local and interest in experiencing freshness at its very best. Increasingly, we hear from consumers that they value the ability to talk directly to those who are growing their food, which is another benefit of shopping at your local farmers market.

NEW FOR 2014: The Market now welcomes SNAP EBT customers!

Market Stand

Farmers Market Value Statements:

  • Bring a variety of fresh locally-grown or locally-produced foods to the community.
  • Support a local food economy.
  • Promote sustainable agriculture.
  • Enhance local food literacy.
  • Celebrate the cultural flavors of the Mahoning Valley.
  • Create an enjoyable community experience

Vendor Information

What's Happening at Howland Fire?

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What's Happening at the Market?

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HowlandFarmMkt Vendor rundown for tomorrow's market: Miller Livestock Co.(meats, eggs, cheese), Yellow Creek Sausage Co.,... http://t.co/HNUoCNLpzk
HowlandFarmMkt It's finally here....the spring equinox! How are you celebrating? How about a special pot luck with friends?... http://t.co/VBRYyjSLbq