Homer, Alaska Farmers Market
Updated: May 17, 2019
It's that time of year again when mountains grow greener and farmers start harvesting! This is one of my favorite Summer events, as you'll see a majority of us "Homerites" take pride in growing and sharing our local harvest at the Homer Farmers Market! Check out the dates, times and our favorite vendor to look out for below.
Opening Day- May 25th thru September 28th
Whether you're visiting Alaska in our pre-season or venturing into the Fall, we have plenty of harvest and artistic trends to share! With opening day starting May 25th, you'll get to experience our early harvest of local fruits, veggies, herbs, and hand made pies!
As we venture into the peak of Summer, harvest is in full bloom, vendors are full of goodies, and the crowds grow increasingly large- so make sure you show up early!
Nothing says Fall is here than visiting the marketing in September! Local berries are ready, blooming flowers, hot ciders, and local crafts perfect for the upcoming holidays swarm the market!
Our Favorite Vendors
Stowaway Coffee & Tea Lynsey Stow: phone: 299-7869; Facebook.com/stowawaycafeAK Instagram: @stowawaycafe As a summertime offshoot of our Cafe (which can be found out East End Road), we offer handcrafted slow-brew Organic Kaladi Coffee using the pour over and French press methods. We also have iced lavender tea, a different flavored lemonade each week, and tasty baked treats.
Jakolof Bay Oyster Co. Margo and Frank Reveil: PO Box 3487, phone: 907-299-3351 email:email@example.com Website: http://jakolofoysters.com/ Our oysters are always in prime condition, plump and firm, a benefit of slow, cold water growth. We are a small farm across Kachemak Bay from Homer, Alaska.
Alaska Stems Rachel Lord & Ben Gibson: phone: 907-435-7209, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: http://www.alaskastems.com We offer fresh, local cut flowers arranged in beautiful bouquets or available by the stem. Beautiful hand-printed cards and wall hangings for sale, and occasionally we'll bring eggs and veggies to the market. A weekly flower subscription is also available for in-town or Spit deliveries. Welcomes special orders for events, birthdays, anniversaries, and small weddings.
Synergy Gardens and the Alaska Garlic Project
Lori, Wayne, and Obadiah Jenkins: 706-273-0077📷; email: email@example.com
We are a 5 acre Biologically Intensive Market Garden, with 1.5 acres under cultivation. We offer tours, Farm-To-Table events, Internships, a gourmet CSA and workshops. We grow delicious varieties of Heirloom and mixed vegetables along with all things Garlic for Farmers Market customers, chefs and restaurants. Early in the season find radishes, Purple Spinaches, Asparagus, Arugula, colorful lettuces, Golden Napa Cabbage, mixed fresh herbs and Artichokes. In Summer we sell early carrots, herbs, Garlic Scapes, edible Blossoms, tomatoes and cucumbers. Then towards Fall, find gourmet varieties of garlic bulbs, Garlic Braids along with carrots, shallots, sugar snap peas, fresh peas and other greens
Alibi Café Megan Palma: phone: 907-235-9199 Halibut Tacos! fresh, local halibut, topped with homemade guacamole, homemade pico de gallo, shredded red cabbage, and homemade "Baja" sauce. Served with fresh lime wedges. Featuring "Hooked" Fish Spike- invented and hand mixed at the Cafe. The mix is used to season the Cafe's halibut tacos, but has a nice bold flavor perfect for all fish.
Whether you're visiting for a week or coming down from up North, you won't want to miss the Homer Farmer's Market this season! Hours are Saturday from 10AM-3PM and Wednesdays from 2PM-5PM
See you guys there!