Twin Towns Gardeners' Market

Wahpeton, ND / Breckenridge, MN

Market Schedule

Starting July 10, our weekly market runs through the fall and is held on Thursday afternoons from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. This year we'll be in the east parking lot of the Family Dollar store, located at the corner of 2nd Avenue and 8th Street North.

We invite you to download our flyer and hang it on your fridge at home or at work as a reminder!


Newsletter

Please take a moment to check out our monthly newsletter. It is our way to share our interests for growing, baking, and farming with you.

If you have some something to add to our next newsletter - articles, photos, comments, or suggestions, send us an email.

2013 issues: September, August, July, June, May, April, February, January

2012 issues: October, September, August, July, June, May, April, March


Like the Market?

Visit the Twin Towns Gardeners' Market page on Facebook to see the latest market news and pictures.

Interested in selling? Become a vendor.

It's never to late to become a vendor! The fee is $15 per week or $50 per season. Interested vendors are invited to download and complete an application. All vendors must comply with the market bylaws.


Your guides to the market

The folks at Richland County Extension put together guides for both the market vendor and the market consumer. Thanks to them for their great work!


New vendor grants available!

Thinking of joining the market this summer as a new vendor? You may be eligible for a grant from the North Dakota Farmers Market and Growers' Association. Visit their website for more information.


A Pound for the Pantry

2204 pounds of produce and other local foods have been donated to the Richland Wilkin Food Pantry as part of our "A Pound for the Pantry" program. Thank you for your support.

2012: 706 lbs.
2011: 897 lbs.
2010: 601 lbs.

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