The Milton Farmers Market features vendors of the freshest local produce, food made from locally-sourced ingredients, and other high-quality products from members of the community. This season our music is supported in part by a grant from the Milton Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. The Milton Farmers’ Market is located in the public park at Wharf Street in Milton Lower Mills (also known as Milton Village). The market first opened on July 25, 1996. We celebrate 26 years of growing. Our organization is in a transitional period where we are registered as a non-profit 503 (c) with a new market manager (Phu Vo) that weathered the storm from Covid-19 as he had managed Needham Farmers Market last year with grace, heart and courage, to make the community a better place that welcomes all folks with good intent, whether to shop, browse or converse in old or new dialogues alike. As a historic city in the South Shore, MFM is a registered SNAP approved organization with farmers such as Ed Silvia Farm as a participating vendor. We will work with various departments to navigate FMNP and WIP, as well as SNAP Matching programs in the future. In particular, our market manager Phu Vo is also a proud member of the Lexington Farmers Market as a SNAP Coordinator where he travels 30 miles or more every week to learn more and more about the SNAP community.
I humbly beseech all readers to sympathize with our cause and seek to nominate MFM as a listed community of the farmers’ market.
Thursday Hours: 1pm-6pm (June 17 - October 28)
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