At our information booth, you will find a news letter with current Market news, calendar of events and recipes!
When you buy food locally you reduce energy consumption. Local food doesn't have to travel far. Food, on average, travels 1500-2500 miles from farm to table. Buying local helps to lower energy consumption by reducing transportation and storage, both of which are very energy-intensive and pollute our air and water.
Whether you're looking for a seasonal grocery store, a place to have lunch, or simply a place to sit and enjoy the outdoors, Butler Farmer's Market is the place to go! Farm-fresh produce, fruits, honey, candy, specialty meat products, and ready-made foods are just some of the things you will find here.
Volunteers at the Market
The Information Booth is located under a blue canopy displaying a "Market Manager" sign. Stop by to pick up information about the market. Throughout the season, we will host "cooking for kids" classes, classes on nutrition, and meetings to address community health issues. There will be new information laid out each week, so make sure to stop by during your visit.
Tired of carrying heavy, bulky bags to your car? Butler Farmer's Market offers a parcel pick-up service to shoppers. Market volunteers staffing the booth are available to help customers load their purchases.
We're sorry, but pets are not allowed in the market at this time.
See you in the spring of 2016!
The Butler Farmers Market has attained its 501(c) 3 not-for-profit status. We receive no city, state, or federal funding. The organization is funded through vendor fees, the generous support of market sponsors, annual fundraising efforts, countless hours of volunteer time, and numerous food donations by our vendors to our educational programs. If interested, please contact the Market Manager.
The Butler Farmer's Market is in need of community-minded people like you to help make the Market a success all season long. Contact the Market Manager if you are interested in helping!
Family farms are part of the American tradition of self-sufficiency and serve as the basis of local communities. With each local food purchase more of your money spent on food goes directly to the farmer. Local farmers spend their money with local merchants and the money stays in your community.
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