Click here for the Listing of Farmers Markets from the Colorado Department of Agriculture, which includes markets that are not CFMA members.
To mitigate COVID-19, growers and market managers are taking extra precautions and working with local public health agencies to ensure public health and safety. Here are some important considerations for farmers market customers:
- Only come to the market if you are in good health. If you feel sick, stay home.
- Wash hands well before going to the market.
- Allow at least 6 feet between yourself and other people at all times.
- Wear a cloth face covering.
Many farmers markets around Colorado are opening in May! Check out the market map for details.
Winter Markets 20/2021
7 Rivers Farmers Market, Durango – Every Tuesday through end of April, 12-3pm
Montrose Farmers Market – December 5th, 12th ,19th & every other Saturday through May, 10am-1pm
Greeley Winter Farmers Market – December 5th, 19th & every other Saturday through May, 9am-12pm
Fort Collins Winter Market – December 5th, 12th, 19th & every other Saturday through May, 10am-2pm
The Winter Farmers Market at Four Seasons Greenhouse, Dolores – Every Saturday through mid-March, 10am-1pm
Nederland Online Winter Market – Opening 12/4 for pickup 12/14
Boulder, Lafayette, Longmont, Union Station – Year Round, visit website for ordering and pickup/delivery options
Colorado Rootz Online Market (Northern Colorado, Front Range) – Year Round, ordering Fri-Thurs, pickup Saturday, delivery available
NoCo Virtual Farmers Market – Year Round, ordering Sat-Thurs, pickup Saturday, delivery available
SoCo Virtual Farmers Market (Colorado Springs and surrounding areas) – Year Round, ordering open Sat-Thurs for two weeks, pickup Saturday, delivery available
Community Agriculture Alliance, Steamboat Springs – Visit website for details
Ruby’s Market (Denver)– Year Round, Local & Global Specialties, visit website for details
Edible Market (Arvada) – Ordering and pickup once monthly, visit website for details